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... again as its not a area with many other touristy things around it being mainly for office workers. After spending some time at the Temple I made my way back to the MRT Station heading towards Bugis. So arriving into Bugis you are downstairs with all of the malls nearby linked either underground so you don't really see the sky for a while. After wondering around for a while thought it best to get going to the actual area nearby I was planning on seeing. When I headed ...
So after journey from hell #1 one we come to landing #1. When we reached solid ground (Singapore Changi Airport) we began to wander again, bringing back feeling to our legs. Here they have moving floor walks which me and Zac walked up and down at super speed, before entering duty free again. This was basically the same as Hearhrow - perfume, chocolate and gadgets. We stopped at a giant lit up sculpture in the shape of a tree, with screens ...
Our three days in Singapore brought us to the end of our holiday & we spent our time doing some of our favorite things. Shopping took up some of our visit with a trip to Bugis Junction & the great BHG store where Geoff bought socks!!!!!!! We moved on to lunch in Haji Lane in the Arab Quarter where we'd been before for some Singaporean Mexican guacamole which was made in front of us with a mortar & pestle - very cool. Went to visit ...
Well, a late start today...we slept past breakfast and were only woken at 10am after the cleaner rang the room door bell! Had 12 hours sleep...we needed it! We think we have finally slowed down after almost 6 hectic weeks, not wanting to miss anything! Off to Universal Studios on Sentosa Island. We had a fantastic day visiting all the areas. Best was Madagascar, Transformers and the Mummy. The Lost World raft ride was also good, we got saturated! Water world was entertaining. The ...
... important mosques in Singapore. The prayer hall and domes highlight the mosque's star features. And for the Malay Heritage Center, it was once the Istana (Castle) Kampong Glam and was part of a larger original compound that lead to Beach Road frontage.
I guess that's enough talking for our first blog! Before we end off this blog post here are some pictures & videos we took while we were there.
Till next time!