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... Culture in SG. It enabled us to learn about the Baweanese culture in Singapore back then.
The various heritage sites we visited taught us many new things. My partner and I were keen in learning about the different cultures here in Singapore and through the heritage sites, we were able to understand more about Singapore's multi-culture. We also met many people from various ethnic groups and learnt more about their cultural background.
... and $2.00 for children. There was an exhibition going on in the heritage centre, The exhibition is called Laaobe: Baweanese Heritage & Culture in Singapore. the exhibition is from 15 March 2014 till 03 August 2014. The exhibition is about the Laaobe highlights the Baweanese community in Singapore. it shows the history and the development of the Baweanese community in Singapore. As there was grey clouds around the area , we couldn't ...
... br> Number of countries: 7 (Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore)
Longest time in one country: 22 days (Laos)
Shortest time in one country: 2 days (Singapore)
Number of nights: 98
Number of different beds: 35 (plus 5 night trains/buses/boats)
Different forms of transport: 18 (foot, bike, electric bike, motorbike, horse and cart, golf buggy, songthaew, tuktuk, car, minibus, bus, train, kayak, ...
... them naked in a room with a light bulb'. Juxtaposed against Matt was "China's Louis Spence" in the form of 'Tim' who refused to pee in the pool or sea, leading to everyone having to de-kit and get out much to Matt's annoyance. Ko Tao also brought with it some very good down time on the beach, this included visiting a pizza buffet in which we managed to polish off 30 slices of pizza each and have room for a 7/11 toasty for dessert. The Ko Tao fest to raise ...
... Monorail (which is a free journey back).
As Andy's new shoes were broken we decided to take a trip to h&m to find him some new ones. H&M in Asia is very cheap and Singapore is not an exception, we picked up two pairs for SG$16 (£7.50). We then headed back to Clarke Quay via the broken shoe shop. Sadly they have a no refund policy which meant that Andy had to pick out a different design, which seemed harder than it should have been as he is not easily pleased. ...