Treetops Executive Residences Singapore
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... alter. They were soon joined by many other Monks who entered from the entrance of the Temple who also went to the main alter. Then there was chanting for a while before pretty much all of the monks left except a few who were joining in on the ceremony by playing instruments. It was at this point just as the chanting by the congregation began I took my leave not wanting to disturb anyone anymore, plus it was definitely time to find some lunch! So I headed to the Hawker Centre ...
... to place our things at the hotel where we had planned to stay in called, "Santa Grand Hotel Chinatown". I can simply say that the promotion packages of the rooms were great as we were able to get a suite bedroom, and continental breakfast is provided the next morning, for the price of $350-$400 dollars! It was a one night stay so it was a great offer. The service of the hotel was great as the receptionist greeted us with pleasure and delightfulness and ...
... there are varieties of food in the area. The food places are accessible and located near the Masjid Sultan. We wanted food that is still authentic but still close to our taste buds. At the same time, we wanted to try some of the Malay traditional Kueh and food that were recommended by my friends when they travel in Singapore. (Azura)
In that area, there are various theme Cafes ,Kampong Glam ...
... as is the nearby Malay Heritage Centre, where you’ll learn about Malay history and culture.
The alleyways of this cultural precinct are filled with the smells, sights and sounds of spices, tourists, school kids, rattan furniture shops and oil-based perfumes. Take a walk down to Bussorah Mall to experience the rich delights and charms of the many cafés, eateries and street stalls here.
Foodies will also delight in the offering of ...
So we all hopped on a bus and travelled to the Singapore Zoo for the Night Safari; which includes a short live show, followed by a tram ride through the dark rain forest of Singapore, to see a selection of nocturnal animals (up close and personal). Te tram rode was amazing; in addition to seeing many unusual animals, the sounds of the rain forest at night are spectacular. It was a wonderful end to a busy day.