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*Not so convenient is the parking of the truck. It is too high to navigate standard underground car parks. We remember getting stuck in the Mashhad hotel car park and the hilarious sight of Iranian heavies jumping onto the back bumper in order to lower its height. We are ...
... food centre are known for its local favourite delights like "Lian He Ben Ji" specialties in claypot rice, “Niu Che Shui” famous with its Glutinous Rice and Xiu Ji Bulis specialties with Yong Tau Fu. Sometime brainstorming on what to eat can be a headache and time consuming as there are a wide range of different stall for you to choose. But still it worth to take a look at every single ...
A heritage tourist would go to little india to see the Sri veeramakaliamman Temple at serangoon road. Hindi has a very strong tradition and culture so this would be one of the best places in Singapore that people could come and find out more about the culture and history.
Tourist could also come and see the Tan Teng Niah coloured house, which is a house painted with alot of ...
Today was zoo day so we were up early and ready to go. The zoo is a good half an hour drive from the city centre and for some bizarre reason has no train station! This meant that we had to walk to the Singapore flyer to catch the Safari Gate coach. It was a very nice stroll as Singapore is a beautiful city! It's not much of an early riser though and we noticed that most of the cafés were still not open yet. The Singapore Flyer was around a 20 minute walk away. Surprisingly ...
... came this massive T-Rex. I actually screamed. It was so embarrassing. My six year old niece was holding my hand. Severe fail. Then at the end, not only did we plunge down a massive slide type thing which meant I got pretty much soaked, but it turned out that, like all these rides, they take photos of you, while you’re supposedly 'enjoying’ the ride. The one of me was a complete classic, I had my hand on my chest, looking like I was on the verge of a coronary while my niece ...