Oasia Hotel Singapore by Far East Hospitality
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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So here it is... The last chapter of my Southeast Asia adventure... After four months of cheap beer and noodle/rice overloading (well three weeks for Josh), we have arrived in Singapore! The four and a half-hour bus drive from Melaka was fairly smooth with two immigration stops... The first being a quick and uncomplicated passport check, then …
When we arrived in Singapore we didn't really know what to expect but we were surprised by this unique, modern city-state. Singapore is an island, a city and a country; it was a British colony until the 1960's. The young age of the country is reflected in its modern buildings and well designed city layout, public transportation, etc. It is also a …
... in the evening. As soon as I arrived, I showered and was picked up in a taxi by Sam. It was so nice to be shown around the city by someone that lived there. It meant I could taste all the local delicacies and get away from the tourist traps!! She took me to 'Satay on the Bay' which was situated by Gardens by the bay and the famous super grove trees! It reminded me a little of Brixton food market, with the added bonus of it being on ...
... and it was not easily accessible.It was far away form the Indian and Chinese temple that we visited earlier in the day. However, having to walk a long way under the hot scorching sun, it is worth it because the church was beautifully built even though it was a little old, It gives us a kind of ' peace' feeling. At first, my husband and I wanted to bring our kids into the church but we did not. Just by looking from the outside, it ...
... Furthermore, it’s the Catholic Church that was located near the Victoria Street. It is one of the famous church in Singapore where the church is most noted for its annual Good Friday Procession. The church was in white colour, a cross that was placed at the most highest spot of the building right in the center. The view of the church during the night with the church light on is what you wish to see the most.
In addition I had my dinner at the hawker centre, although ...