South East Asia Hotel
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After many visits, Singapore still holds our interest and anticipation of revisiting familiar haunts and finding new experiences and places. Wednesday afternoon we each had a foot reflexology massage - a first for both of us - it takes an hour and we had it done in the Fortune Centre near our hotel. We had walked a lot - over 18 kilometres so it …
... start then it went so fast I screamed! The photo was so funny we bought it. We did lots of rides.
- Transformers - The Ride
- Transformers - The Accelerator
- Tried to do the big roller coaster but it was an hour wait in the heat so didn't wait
- Egypt - Revenge Mummy Roller Coaster - So freaky
- Jurassic Park The Lost World - Rapid Adventure
- Far Far Away - Had Ice-cream - this was for girls and little ...
... Drat! Instead we spent 40 minutes wandering around the other paths and mountain bike trails. Apparently this whole area used to be granite quarries, in the 1970’s and 80’s. There is a lake that was formed by rainwater filling one of the old pits. The sign said that the pit was 18 meters below sea level at its deepest (the pit was 34 metres deep) but with all the rainfall it had topped out in 2008, and now there are a few ...
... First stop – Chinatown – where else!
In true holiday fashion, we found a little restaurant for dinner and 2 very large Tiger beers that went down really well.
Next morning we took a Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour that was only $8 each as part of our Deal – another bargain! It is 33 years since we have visited Singapore although we have passed through the airport on several occasions. We spent the day marvelling at ...