Quality Hotel Singapore
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... worth the expensive tickets.
*We still need to upload more photos from the River and Night Safari.
We didnt feel like we were back in Asia in Singapore. It is so organized and clean but in a friendly way. It was a big city but you didn't feel like you were in a crowded, hectic and polluted place like most of the other giant cities that we have visited recently. I could easily live there. There was a lot of green spaces as well.
Next stop the Phillipines.
... to Orchard Road.
Orchard Road is well known for its multitude of shopping malls. We wandered down the street hopping in one and then another mall. With more than 23 of them, there was no way we could hit them all, but we tried a couple in search of tennis shoes for Fred to work out on our vacation (I sure don't have that plan!). I had read in a travel guide that one of them had a skate park within it, so I set us out on a mission to find it. When we got there ...
... a 10 year certificate to get it on the road. It costs him or her 150% of the present value of the car! As with most Commonwealth countries, vehicles on the road and people walking on the streets keep to the left.
Our last day took us to 'Little India' and Chinatown. The developers wanted to keep the ethnic living quarters but also needed far more space for housing. Therefore some of the historic ...
After 10 hours from JHB we stopped in Singapore....4 zombies making our way through the terminal buildings.....what an experience. One massive airport...we walked for 25 minutes to our next boarding gate...with the help of the travellators...not realizing the sky train was available... On approach to the Airport...Simon mentioned that he cannot see the Eiffel Tower.....a bit of Geography lesson required by Dad. Did I mention how big the Airport was.......6am...36 degrees ...
... Sands Bay mall, indulged in some more food their (Chicken cutlet, fried dumplings, steamed dumplings, and fried wontons). So bad for you but oh, so good.
We headed out towards the Arts & Science museum where you're greeted by an astonishing lotus garden at the base of the kickass museum building. We walked all the way around the Esplanade Waterfront. Seeing the crazy architecture from all angles. We made our way to the famous Merlion! Half mermaid, half lion. Sat and ...