Raffles Town Club
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... again as its not a area with many other touristy things around it being mainly for office workers. After spending some time at the Temple I made my way back to the MRT Station heading towards Bugis.
So arriving into Bugis you are downstairs with all of the malls nearby linked either underground so you don't really see the sky for a while. After wondering around for a while thought it best to get going to the actual area nearby I was planning on seeing. When I ...
... After the technical issue was resolved we got on our way and dinner was served pretty quickly, chicken and rice which was pretty good. The drinks trolley was wheeled up beside me and the hostie asked what we wanted. Helen plumbed for tea and I asked for coffee, and the next thing I knew I was being scolded. I think the hostie was stretching across the trolley to reach for the coffee or tea pot, when it obviously slipped and poured over me. The hostie was ...
Today is Team 1's visit to Chinatown for our H102 module. In Chinatown we visited a few places such as the peoples park, the Chinatown street market, the Chinatown Heritage in the street market as well as one of the Chinatown's temple.
... of the tourist not forgetting me took pictures of the
architectural outlook and the beauty of the design. Overall we manage to
meet people from 3 different countries and you could see the different based on
how they are dress up. Mostly the people were there to learn and explore more
about the culture and visit the complicated street where they would be able to
dine in at the ...
... and also gold-plated coins which were sold at a hefty prices. We moved on to the Chinatown Visitor Centre before proceeding through the rest of our expedition because we needed directions and also to plan our route in detail beforehand. The friendly service staff answered our questions and welcomed us warmly. Did we also mention that there was free Wi-Fi around Chinatown? That was great news but I personally think the form we ...