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... tackled and had a ball gliding around. I finally had someone with me to visit the Clementi Food Fare. Caleb and I had some noodles yum yum. Christine visited a Chinese Garden that included the 10 gates to hell. I will let her explain in more ...
... tanks with seats on the side. One tank was small fish and cold water and the last one was bigger fish and warm water, we didn't do the second one. Firstly the lady washed our feet with cold water, then going to the first tank we sat our feet in the tank and the fish started nibbling on our feet. I couldn't stop laughing but mum and Mikaela were fine. The fish were only the size of your little finger in the first tank, ...
We made it to China town where fire-walking was underway at the local Temple. The road was closed so the lady devotees could queue for a charring. We ate at Maxwell, another cheap food court. We passed on the advertised innards and finished a tasty BBQ chicken and rice. Chinese make up a 75% majority and the area's Chinese shophouses and Victorian terraces now mostly protected as national heritage sites while the rest was torn down in a modernisation of the ...
... and famous people. After this the tour we returned to the Gardens by the Bay which we had seen the night before so that we could see the displays that are housed in two huge domes. These domes are climate controlled but are not hot and humid as would be expected but are cooled by a sophisticated watering system because Singapore's climate is hot and humid already.
The first dome is divided into several sections displaying plants and flowers from around the ...
One of the places that we went was to Masjid Sultan (aka Sultan Mosque),which is also known as a landmark of Kampung Glam. There, we roamed around the mosque, learning how Muslims take their ablution, and reading on the history and background of the place. It is also known as the 2nd oldest mosque in Singapore.
Just beside the mosque there is a Malay Heritage Centre, whereby it displays the ...