- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Lastly, from Arab street we made our way to the Malay Heritage Center which is actually located Sultan Gate. At the Malay Heritage Center, we went in to visit some of the exhibitions that were about the older generations of the Malay Kampungs in the past, where there showed us how their beds, kitchens, washing places in the past looked like.
... focal point of the historic area of Kampong Glam. It is considered a national mosque in Singapore and it holds a great significance for the Muslim Community present here in Singapore.
What appeals to me the most was the history behind the mosque, it was requested by Sultan Hussein for a mosque to be built near his palace in Kampong Glam. It appeals to me because it links back to the roots of Singapore to when it was founded. The mosque also ...
... out at sea. It’s a nice little ride – a pleasant jaunt of 10km or so – and we finish just after midday so head over to Davey’s office and meet up with him for lunch. Afterwards we head back on the MRT and finish the afternoon packing and sorting things out ready for our flight tonight. Davey manages to finish on time today, so we have a final barbeque dinner up on the roof terrace as the sun goes down. The food and company are great, and ...
... sleep from last night, lets just say that AirAsia are not in our good books! After a very quick up and down hour long flight we landed into Singapore airport. This has to be the most efficient, clean airport that either of us have ever experienced. Toilet connoisseur you will be glad to hear that the toilets here were also very good! Passport control were waiting for as we arrived, they stamped our passports with us barely slowing down, we then walked ...
Deciding what to bring on my survivor backpack, Osprey 50L
I am relieved that my parent had booked a hotel prior a day before departure in Sentosa and driving me to the airport. It was a easy start for me. Previously before flying, I had my family time; mamak and shisha; meeting her for the last time; had Dim Sum, fast food a day or two ago which also will be the first thing I will do ...