Treetops Executive Residences Singapore
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We entered the building and again got directions from a security guard as to the shops we wanted to go to and on the way passed this huge line of people sitting down trying to get into an eatery which was filled with diners - wow … must be good … there was at least 20-30 people waiting for a seat.
We eventually found the shop I wanted and I found a long sleeved shirt for our visit to Abu Dhabi – yes I forgot ...
We arrived in Singapore via sleeper train from Kuala Lumpur. Our first of many sleeper trains in this trip and it's safe to say Lucy isn't really that excited for the ones to follow! We got to the hostel early and dropped our bags so we could go and explore the sights. 1st stop was Marina bay, where we saw the iconic Singapore sights, including the Singapore Flyer, The youth Olympic stadium, ...
... fruit and vegetables, and the grocery store, where we stocked up on household items (e.g. laundry soap) and other provisions for the coming CNY celebrations. By the time we got home it was after 7pm and we were thoroughly exhausted after our full-scale expedition navigating the entire island of Penang.
One evening after dinner Candace, Shane and I headed out for a walk up Pearl Hill, a pretty large hill with a Chinese temple at the top and many beautiful views ...
... bite to eat, we accepted the fact that our time in Singapore was drawing to a close, so we climbed into Venture's Kia one last time for the quick jaunt to the airport. Before we knew it we were on our flight to Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysian Borneo. I hadn't appreciated just how much of a no-frills airline Air Asia was until the flight attendant announced that there was a strict "no outside food" policy. They had a captive cabin full of hungry ...
I take a lot of pictures on my walk to work because it's so fantastic. I walk through the Chinese and Japanese gardens, depending on the time of day (The Japanese gardens closes earlier). So, here are some pictures of that. I hardly see any cars on my 40 minute walk. Yay for that.