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Our day started at 9am Singapore time. Departed The Sultan and made our way to the Malay Heritage Centre. It took quite awhile to look for this place as it the route towards here was secluded and there was not many signboards. This heritage museum aims to preserve and showcase a diorama display of the olden times. It …
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 ...
... as I could tell, 100% humidity.
After eating food I grabbed a mango juice to go and explored a three block radius. Lucky for me, I actually bumped in to a couple of cultural sites before heading back to the hotel to get ready for my event. Although our venue, the Fullerton hotel, was only 1.1 km away and I had initially planned to walk there, the heat and humidity meant I would have been drenched by the time I got there. So, I cabbed ...
With the well-establish train in Singapore, getting there is easy, you can just take the MRT on the North-Line and get off at Chinatown Station (NE4). Proceed to the Exit A and it will brings you right into the vibrant Pagoda Street filled with lots of pre-war shophouses which had a layout of ethnic design and wooden shutters lined both sides of the street. Even though it’s not ...
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