Le Meridien Singapore
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After a late start due to the earlier inconvenience we walked down to Boat Quay on the Singapore River. Boat Quay is one of two places on the River that provide an array of restaurants and cuisines. Having missed breakfast due to the earlier bathroom disaster we were faint with hunger. I ordered Chilli Crab and Gail had tofu and mushrooms. Once replete we caught a bum boat for ...
... India with two adults and two childrens. I think that they can visit this may heritage centre because they could get a chance to know more about the malay cultures and what kind of activities are conducted in the mosque. They could also let their children look at all the display in the museums and gain more knowledge of the malay cultures in Singapore. ...
... again and also to use the free Wi – Fi. It is Wi – Fi, and it is FREE. Who would not want to use it right? A team member took a picture of a building while walking aimlessly and it can be found under the gallery section.
After aimlessly walking around and around Chinatown, our watches almost strike 6 pm which means… time to watch the Lion Dance Performance. The Lion Dance Performance was nice and captivating and it does not look easy as there ...
... us and we were on our way. It was roughly a 30 minute drive to Woodlands. Giving the fact it was called woodlands and was near the zoo we both were excited for a log cabin look a like hostel...that couldn't of been further from the truth! It was a small one bed flat with 9 beds cramped in and a man in the middle who ran the hostel. Our plan was to stay 2 nights but we were in agreement to just stay the one. Not wanting to stay much longer then needed we decided to do the ...
... baju kurung, baju kebaya, jubah, hijab, songkok, tudung etc) of both simple and extravagant designs are sold at many fashion boutiques here.
Ø Non-alcoholic perfumes
o With the Muslim customer in mind, the perfumes stores here stock up on perfumes made of non-alcoholic ingredients. Famous fragrances from Estee Lauder, Christian Dior and Hugo Boss are expertly replicated sans the alcoholic ingredients at reasonable prices.