The St. Regis Singapore
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... stunning. Chinatown has a display of drumming and lion dancing at the weekends, each lion containing two people who operate a wiggly tail, blinking eyes wagging ears and a mouth that opens and closes giving huge expression to their movement.
Malays, Chinese, Indians and Europeans all arrived in Singapore searching for work and ...
We have landed! We're in Singapore we got our cab to the hotel we put our bags down got every thing we needed out and went for a walk we stopped at a restaurant called bar bar black sheep I'm not making this up! I ate some chicken and my brother ate some chicken wings and we saw lots of dogs,christmas lights and some buskers singing radioactive we gave them a two dollar note and my bed in up in a loft it's ...
... tennis, rugby, football, squash and of course hockey. It was a members club and had a strict dress policy so we had to wait until rozza arrived. Now when it comes to club houses, boy oh boy. This place was like a palace. It was, at three stories high, one of the lowest buildings in the area, which, when surrounded by tall buildings and a town hall makes it even more special. The Singapore F1 circuit runs right by the front and side of the ...
... tickets for both the enclosed areas.
We went into the Flower Dome first and thankfully it was lovely and cool inside, the plants and flower displays were gorgeous, loved the succulent and the birds made from flowers. Took so many photos!
Then across to the Cloud Forest, with the waterfalls and suspended walkways, think this was my favourite. Again it was lovely and cool and ...
*Thank goodness we allowed extra time for this particular border day. Apart from a border crossing into Egypt back in 2010, getting into the City State of Singapore has taken the longest time and most emotional energy. The Immigration staff want to start their long weekend and are equally happy when the authorisation is granted for the car to pass ...