The St. Regis Singapore
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... get, and in my case the more brands I recognised, like Verscace and Burberry.
In the evening myself and a mate, Louise, went to check out the Skypark Observation deck. This is at the top of the Marina Bay Hotel. It cost us $23 each but was well worth it. We had some amazing views of Singapore at night. Ive included a load of photos from the top :-) We also got to see the water show the hold twice every evening.
... we boarded, and dark 30minutes later when we got off. The views were fabulous, the company in the pod, not so much. We had this massive group of Chinese women who gabbled away the entire time! Oh well.
We then decided to set up camp on the river bank over the way from the gardens by the bay- a park of giant “trees” which are man made modern interpretations that light up. At certain times in the evening they put on a light show so we positioned ourselves perfectly ...
... to Singapore. As for me, I did the usual hainanese chicken rice run at Far East Plaza :) there was a long queue this time around, must be because it was a Saturday. Far East plaza is also a great place to pick up some electronic gears, I got ourselves 2 more SD card and a mono pod set, I'm sure it will come in handy during our trip. Singapore is a great place for foodie, ...
While it sort of makes geographic sense, it doesn't make packing sense. I will be in the tropics (Singapore and Ecuador), the beach (NZ and maybe Ecuador), the cloud forest (Ecuador), glaciers and lakes (NZ and Chile), the desert (Chile and Bolivia) and cities. Proving to be quite difficult to pack for...
I have an 80l rucksack which is quite small compared to those i have been knocked on the tube with. It has 2 shiny padlocks, one of which was so complex to get out of ...
Strict orders - be up and out for 7am. Didn't try chicken feet again, but had a traditional Malay breakfast in a local market, in preparation for the day. So much food but it is the way forward! Won't feel hungry until at least 3pm today now!! We had a relaxing stroll around the gardens looking at all the beautiful orchids. We signed up for a tour called 'race against time' and I can honestly say, as ...