Travel Blogs from Singapore
... It was a very strange sensation!
After this we went to the local museum. It was a very, very confusing museum. It was all over the place! We learnt about the Peranakan clothing, culture, weddings, families and way of living. It was interesting but confusing.
After the museum we got dropped back at the hotel, and went and got lunch. We got some local information from Phillip before he left about the best places to eat near ...
... or scuba diving. Breanne almost didn't bring up the concern of her leg as we simply self diagnosed her with calcium buildup on her calf in which we were to continually massage on a day to day basis. The doctor almost concluded the consultation with a "Do you have any more questions"? Breanne proceeded to ask about the leg and boy, did it turn out to be a bigger deal than we thought. The doctor came up with 2 prognosis; that it was a torn calf muscle or that it could ...
... impressive. There's something about city skylines lit up at night that gets me so excited. I love them! I used to walk home along the Southbank in Melb every night and just stare at the skyline. What a loon.
Last but not least on my list of things to do while in Singapore was to have a Singapore Sling where they were created in the Raffles Hotel Longbar. Possibly the most expensive cocktail I've had and will ever have but it was worth it, even ...
With a rather late night, a sleep-in was ordered and did actually arrive - Liam didn't wake up until after 8, whle Eva kept snuffling on beyond that...rather a feat given a boy's excitement! We slowly got ourselved sorted before heading up for breakfast, and shared the other pressies we had slyly packed away from Hamley's, including Lego and a mini gyro-copter plus some fancy-pants textas for Eva (where you can stick on a gazoo type attachment ...
... of flashy malls. One multi-storey shopping extravaganza after another. How on earth does Singapore justify this many retailers, and how does the population keep them all going? Amazing example of capitalistic overload! Feeling tired now. Must have walked 20km+. Decided to catch the MTR system back to Little India Station. $1.20 took me 2 Stations on one line, changed platforms, and 2 stations on another and was home. Nice and easy to use. Very user ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet