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... enter it with modesty and respect, thus the need to cover the body parts. But we also saw other Malay boys entering the mosque with a normal shirt and long pants or 3/4 pants. The Muslim women both young and old on the other hand, wore long sleeve loose-fitting 'Jubah', and a 'tudung' wrapped around their head which also covers their neck. With further research, we realised that both Muslim men and women have different body parts they need to cover due to ...
... to take note of. No revealing clothes such as shorts, miniskirts are allowed. But if you arrive there without knowing about the attire, you can borrow a cloak. There is shops that sells souvenirs near the mosques, so you will be able to buy back some of them as memories of Singapore.
After visiting the mosque, We crossed the road and arrive at the Malay heritage centre. As we weren't Singaporeans, we had to pay an entrance fee of $4.00 ...
... Russia tourists. All of them came to Singapore as a vacation, to have fun and explore our little red dot. The tourists' purpose for coming to Little India was because they found out that Little India is one of the most popular attractions in Singapore. Hence they have came to Singapore and gained their own experience and witness how is Little India is like. One of the tourists we have interviewed said that he came back to Singapore to see how much ...
... Thus, I've created a list of why I love Singapore: 1. The abundance of stores. I don't mean like a few malls (*bangkok*), but stores EVERYWHERE. It feels like a magic trick where everytime you walk into a building or single store, it turns into a mall. Seriously...every time. 2. I passed 6 separate Chanel stores within a 3 block radius. That is all. 3 I passed a woman in a full burka with everything but her ...
... kayak having a good explore before having lunch (more chicken rice for the epic win) and heading back into the city to an explore of my favourite place, Little India. I think it is my favourite shopping district in Singapore, simply for the colour, the smells, the vibrance, the people. Having had very little money the last time I came to Singapore, it was lovely to buy little trinkets to take home, including bags, jewellery and bindis which I have become quite obsessed with since coming ...