Le Meridien Singapore
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... IT version of Bunnings, the ladies managed to snare some goodies from a market called OG. We used the MRT to a place called Bugis where the IT building was located. The train reaches speeds of 100 mph/h and makes the city very accessible. We had a Yum Cha from 1500 - 1730. The food was delicious but way too much. A visit to Gardens on the Bay will conclude the day. Looking forward to catching up soon Our love David & ...
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Then it's out for a stroll, overcast day, breezy, so not too uncomfortable. Ten minutes to Bugis Junction, a large covered market/mall of air-conditioned streets - a bit different, and a shopper's delight (groan...)
Cold beer and Hainanese Chicken Rice with deep fried curd and pak choy for lunch (good value at $22 all up) then back to Raffles for a change, before Singapore Slings (and Dry Martini) at the Long Bar, followed by a taxi ...
Arrived Singapore about half and hour late and we all had to get off the aircraft even though we had the same seats for the next leg to Dubai. but there was not time to dally - off the plane, up the ramp, visit the loos and back in line to re-enter the departure gate - and another late departure.
Awoke and went to bathroom. Flushed toilet and watched in dismay as the toilet filled and continued to fill to become a waterfall that transformed into a tsunami sweeping all before it as it raced across the bathroom floor. Welcome to Raffles!! The outcome was that we were relocated to a new room and provided a complementary meal in the Bar & Billiard room in the evening - a buffet service ...
... visitor center located just outside the temple which gave us some new knowledge on Chinatown, like the different jobs the different dialect groups and races hold. Afterwards, we head to the wet market at Chinatown Complex which was an eye opener. The variety of products sold there ranged from flowers to dried goods to vegetables to fresh meat. It was really interesting.
Lastly, we went to shop around Pagoda Street, Trengganu Street, Smith Street. I bought some souvenirs ...