Hotel 81 Cosy
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It is located at 3 Muscat Street, at the heart of the Kampong Glam area. The mosque was originally built in the 1820s, but was then later demolished a century later to become the current building, which was completed in 1932.
The mosque is considered ...
... Braised Pork Belly,it is so soft and juicy! The aroma of the pork belly still lingers in the back of my mouth..So delicious!
All in all,I believe after all these walking around Chinatown. my knowledge of the Chinese culture has increase.I also get to take back many beautiful souvenir from the street stores located along Temple street.
... From the harsh living conditions in the migrants' native land to the new life in Chinatown to the golden years of the 1950s.
Sri Mariamman Temple
The second must see place in Chinatown would have to be the Sri Mariamman Temple. It is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Mariamman, known for her power in curing epidemic illnesses and diseases. The Sri Mariamman Temple is ...
... abit tipsy, next stop was Chinatown. Like any other really, lots of markets and plenty of food. So I had diner there and collapsed when I finally got back to the hostel.
Tired? I am.
Now heading into Malaysia via the bus, only takes an hour to cross the border apparently, and will be going straight to Mersing on the east coast where i’ll then catch the ferry to the Tioman islands. Sunshine and beaches ...
... we got closer to the music the men with black eyeliner and black lipstick increased and we became aware that perhaps this was an emo/rock concert. However we still took advantage of the good atmosphere and live music and listened to a couple of songs. Once the band that we were listening to had finished we decided to start moving to the famous Raffles hotel for a Singapore Sling cocktail. Singapore is a bizarre place. Even at 10pm in the pitch black ...