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... the hotel. As we arrive at the heart of Chinatown, We realize that unlike other parts of Singapore, Chinatown still preserve the traditional culture of Singapore past. It is known that in the early 60's this area is where chinese migrants first settled in this island.
As we visited from shop houses to temples one thing We've notice that Chinatown is not exclusively chinese. There is an Hindi temple, Sri Mariamman Temple which can be found at the heart ...
What is so special about this Mosque?
The Sultan Mosque was gazetted as a national monument on 8 March 1975.
The mosque was first built in 1824 for Sultan Hussian Shah, the first sultan of Singapore, and his followers with a grant from the British East India Company. The mosque was reconstructed after its centennial celebration, to the design of Denis Santry, an architect from Swan ...
... and it was good. Other than that, we went around and saw lots of Vegetarian restaurant along the streets of Little India. But the place that stands out the most was Tekka Hawker Centre. It is literally a food haven. There are many Indian food sold there and the Briyani there is very nice. With the sweet smelling fragrance that makes our saliva drip, we dug into the briyani and filled our stomachs with joy. To end the meal, we had lime juice to clear our throat.
... went down to the hardware store to buy fork handles and came back with four candles.
... it was closed by the time we got there.
The major rivers that we explored were the Mississippi (North America), Congo (Africa), Ganges (Asia), Murray (Australia), and Amazon (South America) Rivers.
Below are some of my favourite pictures of the animals that we saw.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsValue Hotel Nice Singapore
Not really cheap, and the smallest room I can recall. Friendly and helpful staff
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