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... it was closed by the time we got there.
The major rivers that we explored were the Mississippi (North America), Congo (Africa), Ganges (Asia), Murray (Australia), and Amazon (South America) Rivers.
Below are some of my favourite pictures of the animals that we saw.
... match with armchairs with speakers in for people to hear the commentary (Gia's chosen spot whilst I did some window shopping!) and a few internal gardens including a koi pond! Apparently terminal 3 also has a butterfly centre?!! Slightly more elaborate than Kota Kinabalu airport, which was nothing more than a large room with 2 gates and a cafe! Our current flight from Singapore to Hong Kong is with Tiger Air. ...
... roofed market filled with food stalls of many types of exotic Asian cuisine with communal benches in between the rows of stalls. The food was excellent and we had a feast at only ú4 each! Fed and watered, we went to the shopping mall at Marina Bay Sands, where you can even have a gondola ride along the indoor waterways! That evening we soaked up the views of Marina Bay before heading back for curry number two – yummy!
Sadly, following some glorious ...
... taxis to Lau Pa Sat. Although the Victorian pavilion was closed for renovations, the street satays were still happening. Very tasty satay indeed. The Fried Kuay Teow was average though. Washed it all down with a lychee tea.
Short walk back to the Fullerton to a very very very welcome shower.
A great day in all!
... i en les llengŘes oficials que sˇn quatre: l’anglŔs, el xinŔs mandarÝ, el bahasa i el tÓmil.
Singapore va ser fundada per Thomas Raffles com a lloc de trÓnsit de les col˛nies de la British East India Company i va ser col˛nia britÓnica fins que va ser enva´da pels japonesos durant la Segona Guerra Mundial. DesprÚs, va tornar a passar a mans britÓniques fins que es va independitzar. El ...
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