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... young Asian girls collecting their coins and attempting to purchase a ticket. As we wanted to get on the train today, I took off in search of a Ticket Office. Low and behold I found one, with a queue of course. So, I impatiently waited until it was my turn to be served, only to be advised "we don't sell tickets here, just passes"! Advising the young lady in my best Scottish accent that a sign ...
... that it is known for!
Laksa, another local delicacy! It is made up of rich and creamy coconut milk gravy. Singapore laksa relies heavily on coconut milk, evaporated milk, dried shrimp and chilli to create the rich, fragrant concoction it's known for. It can be found in ALL hawker centers ...
... attraction which is located just opposite the Chinatown complex is a Chinese temple. The Hong Kong senior citizens could pay a visit to the temple and do their prayers or else take a look inside the temple as it may be different compared to the temples in Hong Kong. After paying a visit to the Chinese temple, they could take a look at the Chinatown visitor center which particularly caters to ...
We braved ourselves for the heat as we stepped out of Chinatown MRT station, not knowing what to expect. The first thing we noticed? Undeniably, the scorching sun that felt like fire on our bare skins. But nothing was going to stop us from exploring the majestic Chinatown. Geared with our caps and shades, we walked into what was called "Chinatown Street". Rows and rows of vibrant shop houses stood in front of ...
... to represent people in the family. Besides that, we were also able to get our name written in Chinese Calligraphy. Various Chinese costumes were also on displayed by the streets. There was also stuff like Hana and making your initials on a stamp.
The highlight of the day is the visit to the temple and mosque. It was an eye-opener for me to see how the Hindus, Chinese and Muslims pray and how the building looks like on the ...