Santa Grand Hotel Little India
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nationality, are very busy with their I-pods.
In Singapore, the subway is called the "Tunnel"! It’s a smaller city then Tokyo. Very easy to get around and walker friendly. Though because of the high humidity, 94%, one would rather go by subway. In the morning it is mostly cloudy and the sun doesn’t get through the haze until 11am. Then by 4pm you better make sure you are in a ...
... watch movies/TV shows for free that way, which was pretty cool. Can’t wait for Ryanair to bring this one in.
Singapore is currently the most expensive city in the world to live in according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Even so, some things are still really cheap – taking the train from the airport to the centre cost just over £1 and journeys within the main areas were about 60p each. Life without a car didn’t start ...
... From here I headed to Little India, where I ate a delicious Indian meal served on a banana leaf for lunch. I then headed around the culturally fascinating Little India area, visiting the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple with it's amazingly elaborate towering decorations both inside and over the entrance.
I decided against revisiting the gardens by the bay light display as I didn't want to miss my flight, so instead I waited a little while at the ...
... people taking selfies. It is really pretty and of course fun to pose. Gardens By The Bay is an amazing place. It is beautiful and lush. We went into the 2 domes, which you pay for . The first was the Flower Dome. There are trees and plants from Australia, Africa, America, Asia and Europe (everywhere really). 1000 year old olive trees! Anyway, it was quite a spectacular display. There was also a Christmas village set up in the middle of the dome. The only ...
... might melt, so we wait for the next hop on hop off bus, it's only about 3 stops and yep, you guessed it's free !!!!
Just as we board our boat for our river cruise there is an almighty clap on thunder and a flash of lightening, we get a bit of rain but fortunately the boat has a covered in area. The cruise lasts about 40 mins, again there is a commentary and again it's very interesting, things like how the Chinese only settled on the south bank of ...