RELC International Hotel
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... located on the largest free hanging platform in the world. Adding another element to tipsy when at the boat tip bar. We also strolled through one of the many outdoor collective hawker stands and enjoyed a refreshing lime juice before wondering some more. The next day was Singapore National Day so they were busy preparing the area for all the festivities. (I seem to be following all the National holidays haha!). Britt knowing a sneaky way to see the city from the ...
In Kampong Glam, there are basically various activities that visitors can do there. Basically some of the activities that we did earlier today were visiting the Sultan Mosque where we were able to learn more about the Islamic religion practices and the Muslim's culture in Singapore. This is definitely a unique experience for the two of us because it is something which cannot be found in our own country; U.S.
After visiting the Sultan Mosque, we ...
... we enjoyed our fine noon!
Chinatown in many countries are mainly only Chinese, but in Singapore, we have many other races as well! There is a Indian Temple as well as Muslim Mosque here. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is also just metres away. How amazing to feel all these cultures combined together in a small place. Welcome to Singapore!
Lets enjoy the pictures below and let them do the talkin;)
... looking Sarong making them look even more outstanding.
With traditional costume and a smile on their face, It makes them look approachable! What made them more approachable is, they speaks in English, Tamil and Hindu too!
Also, Tourist are seen everywhere at Little India. Dressed in casual ...
... up on some necessities; and Little India, where all the Indian and Bangladeshi construction workers live. We ate a really spicy veg thali in Little India which Sara struggled to eat but Dave loved; for a minute it was like being back in Delhi. As the drink is so expensive we saved our night out for the final night. Sara, Amy and her housemate Nina went for a drink on Ku De Ta, which is the bar on top of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Dave was refused ...