Fragrance Hotel - Elegance
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... have a go at that one girls, very nice, but quite sweet, you'd like it Mum. We're in the middle seating, there's a bunch of about 15. 17 - 19yr French (I think) boys and girls next to us most WEARING ONESIES! Where did you work Beaud, up from Perth, a town water supply? Our path went over there, then over Denpasar (Bali). Have just been fed - again! Another 1.5hrs to go. Has passed quickly. Arrived 6.30pm 9.15pm. Showered and in ...
... some local food. Grace recommended I walk around the block to Lau Pa Sat and she suggested a food stall inside that she liked best. I did a quick lap around the "festival market" before going to the place she recommended. They had a set lunch for $8 Singapore dollars. It was good...not great. Nowhere near as spicy as Grace had described it to be. It was also a bowl of hot food and I was sitting outside in what was essentially 100 degrees and, ...
... and also tourist. Chinatown is Singapore’s largest historic district which is close to the bustling business hub. There wide range of authentic souvenirs, gifts and local unique art and crafts products, also the streets are amazingly filled with the oldies atmosphere, aroma, vibrant and lots of interesting historical moments for you to find out with those shop, temple which has a long story to ...
Singapore Little Indian.
We met many people there.
Tourists, Locals. Different races people. Indian, Chinese, Malay, Caucasian.
Indian , wearing different types of Indian costumes.
Especially Indian Woman, wearing different types/ colours of Sari.
Traditional indian clothing for woman are the saris or the Salwar kameez and also Ghaghra . For men, traditional clothing ...
... the traditional Malay costume and selling their products, souvenirs such as key chains with Singapore printed on it and traditional Malay toys like wooden wrestles.
We also took some photographs to keep as memories. Here there are.