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... thing is going to be moved to the other side of the island. All of what you can
now see as port and dock will be turned into beachfront condominiums and upmarket
When we next pass through Singapore I have no doubt that all
that work will have been completed. We will be in touch from our next stop.... Myanmar.. ;-)
... build an award winning bridge with massive complexities that work to create something amazing. Once across the bridge we walked past the Art Science Museum. This is another unique building on the foreshores of Singapore Bay. We didn't get a chance to go in but the photos show the unusual shape of the building. We then took a short walk through the Marina Sands Hotel and were at the Gardens. As I have mentioned before a lot of Singapore is built on reclaimed land and ...
... hotel and had a quick drink, then walked back to the Singapore Flyer, bought our tickets and waited in line to go into our capsule, similar size to the London Eye capsules. The whole lap of the Flyer took about half an hour with fantastic views on the last half, unrestricted 360 degree views of the Marina Bay Harbour. We later walked to the waterfront , bought a water, the sat to watch the laser show which started at 9.45pm, spectacular views but unless ...
... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We prioritised our finances appropriately and decided that the seclusion of the top deck of the boat was more important than food. While we were there, a person working on the ferry came over and asked us where we were from. We have learnt there is no point saying Wigan and so we say near Manchester. When people hear this, if they are male, they launch into what seems to be the international language - football.
... nowhere as slender as our stewardess ever. We arrived at the Bliss Hotel around midnight, it is a renovated premise in a historic building in the heart of Chinatown.
The next morning, we wandered to one of the hundreds of food courts and had Chinese donuts and congee for breakfast. Then we went to see the Botanical gardens, the highlight was the national orchid garden. We have never seen so many and such diverse ...