Posted by: maureenc | September 22, 2011

Singapore , day 2 (or was it day 3?)

Unfortunately my photos on the previous post got out of sync.And the photo that leads off the bog should have been in third position!
After too short a time at the Orchid gardens, we returned towards the city.
Along the way, we managed a lightning visit to Little India—-only had time for one street, where people were busy doing their shopping for the weekend. As one gentleman told me, they only have the weekend for “big” shopping and doing chores.
We then went down to the river bank at One Fullerton where we saw the Merlion, the mythical symbol for Singapore
From here, we could see The Marina Bay Sans resort with “The ship ” on top. (Check out my Flickr album) and the Singapore Flyer!
Also included in the tour was a visit to a Gemstone factory and store
and then, back to the base of the Singapore Flyer, where we completed our tour with an half hour ride in the Flyer, followed by a ride in a trishaw in downtown Singapore


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