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Samishdalal stayed here on May 24, 2013 during their trip titled: Samish Dalal's International Travel.
Other than the Muslim-Malay locals, we also saw Muslim-Arabs tending to their restaurants. Most of the restaurants and textiles shops are owned by the Muslim-Arabs community. Their outfit was not any different than the Malays. The men wore either a 'baju kurung' top with long pants and the women wear loose-fitting dresses with tudung. The men who were clad in sarong were mostly the elderly.
Continuing with our tour, we also met other travelers ...
If you're feeling a little thirsty or tired, you can always stop for a snack or drink at the Chinatown Food Street. They serve a variety of Chinese food and definitely shady and cooling to catch a breathe.
*Images of Chinatown Food Street*
Round the corner on the right stands the Buddhist Tooth Relic Temple. We decided to go in to see how it was like but had to put on more cloth because we weren't appropriately dressed. We had clothes to wrap ...
... up at certain places and alight at different destinations. The bus goes round many different areas in Singapore hence we managed to catch some interesting views in Singapore. If near the area has shuttle bus, it would be great because this helps reduce the cost of our fare. Besides transportation, overall Singapore has signage and boards around to provide directions and facilities such as toilets, free wife and food outlets. This helped us a lot as ...
... kill the time. As the doors opened the crowds headed to queue for the night tram. As we saw this we decided to sneak round the side and do the anti-clockwise route of the park. This meant that we were completely alone, which was an amazing experience as the treks are in dense rainforest. As it was still dusk the animals were still very active. Particular highlights for us were: ducking from flying fruit bats which were literally millimetres away from our face, the rarely ...