RELC International Hotel
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... head, loved the ginger garden!
After a good dose of green we bussed it back over to Marina bay sands as we decided to go to the Art Science Museum. It was an incredible building but i struggled with the museum a bit- i couldn’t really fathom out where the science bit came it. The main attraction was a photography display of Annie Leibovitz. It was enjoyable to take a walk around and something different, but i just kept waiting to discover the reason they called its the ...
I had been tossing back and forth wether or not to go to the Singapore Zoo whilst I was in Singapore. I had the time but wasn't sure about the money etc. Also in the back of my mind I had been thinking about detouring whilst in Malaysia to Sabah to go see the Orang-utans at the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre but wasn't sure about the cost/safety etc. So I remember a friend of mine a while ago going to the Singapore Zoo and doing a ...
Wen Xuan: Before i step into Kampung Glam, i thought that is was just a place where the Malay/Indian elderly gathers. However, after i step into kampung glam, i realised that i was wrong. It is not just about elderly being there but of every age group. It has an immersed feel of Malay/Indian culture. It starts from the traditional games to traditional clothings that is sold there. ...
... and traditions. At the visitor center area where the ticketing booth is located, there were a mini gallery walk that showcase their past history and culture. It was translated into both Malay and English language which makes it very easy for me to read them. For the exhibition there is an admission fee of $4 for foreigners and for all Singapore is free admission. The exhibition would consists of a gallery walk about Malay heritage and cultures.
I ended my trip ...
... and at around 6.30pm another traveler suggested he run to the lady and ask what was going on. Just as the man who was helping us had left the bus came! We've never moved so fast to get the tickets and leave Jahor. The bus ride was uneventful and we arrive at Mellaka at around 9.30pm.
Mellaka gave us our first experience of a squatting toilet! We got a taxi to a hotel we had booked and was pleased to see a clean fresh bed waiting for us. We made use of the television and went to ...