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  • Day55

    Singapur

    October 21 in Singapore

    Nach Kuala Lumpur hatten wir in Singapur unseren letzten Zwischenstopp auf unserer Reise nach Australien. 🇸🇬 Dort verbrachten wir 2 wunderschöne Tage mit viel Sightseeing, Wasser-/Lasershows und schossen viele Bilder dieser wunderschönen Großstadt. 📸 🏙

  • Day63

    A day in Little India

    April 7 in Singapore

    The sights and smells of Little India are like no other. There is so much to see and so much food to try. We had a recommendation from a local of a place just around the corner from where we met him, with the claim of the best biryani in the city. It didn’t disappoint, with omelette style eggs, whole chicken eggs and scoops of vegetables that, in spite of being fantastic, we aren’t totally sure what they were. An extremely interesting walk through a Hindu temple, that we wish someone could explain to us. The ornateness of the building is unreal. It was the day before the Tamil New Year, and preparations were taking place on some of the streets.Read more

  • Day2

    Singapore

    February 2 in Singapore

    Nach 13 Stunden Flug mit kurzem Stop in Zürich ging's mit dem A380 nach Singapore. Bereits morgens bei der Ankunft um 6 Uhr hatte es 20° und gefühlte 110% Luftfeuchtigkeit 😅.
    Zuerst ging's ins Hotel und anschließende zu Fuß kreuz und quer die Stadt erkunden. In Singapore gibt es sehr viele interessante Ecken! Neben der Neustadt mit Wolkenkratzern, ging's durch Chinatown, den Gardens by the Bay, Einkaufszentren und zahlreiche kleine Viertel mit uterschiedlichsten Tempeln und Kirchen.
    Zum Mittag hab ich mir einheimische Hausmannskost gegönnt. Mal schauen ob ich das vertrage. Die milde Variante war schon etwas scharf. 😤
    Heute Abend werd ich nochmals losziehen und Singapore bei Nacht erkunden. Auch die Party Mille Clarke Was steht auf dem Programm 🎉
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  • Day119

    Die kunterbunte Haji Lane

    March 3 in Singapore

    Die vielen bunten Straßen in der Haji Lane haben uns ganz besonders gefallen! 🤗

    Hier findet man viele bunte Wandbemalungen, schöne Häuser, kleine Boutiquen, Bars und Cafès.💗

    Eine schöne Moschee sowie einen Hindu Tempel gibt es hier auch. 🕌

    Ein paar Meter weiter findet man auch "Little India" - mit unzähligen indischen Restaurants, Textilien und Lebensmittel. 😊

  • Day256

    Gardens By The Bay

    September 7 in Singapore

    Arrived at 1am in Singapore and had an easy first day. Up for a disappointing breakfast at 10am back to the room another quick nap and then a lovely lunch and out to GBB. Although it’s not rainy season we have thunder and rain for the 4 days here. The Gardens and light show were a delight.

  • Day259

    Singapore Zoo

    September 10 in Singapore

    Singapore Zoo is really impressive!
    An early start to have breakfast with the orangutans. They were a a delight! Then the sea lion show was so much fun. Then the thunder and heavy downpour and despite umbrellas we were soaked. We sat under shelter till it slowed and then we started again. There were so many highlights so I’ll let some pics tell the story. We were all tired and came back to our room around 3.30 with good intentions of relaxing and Yes watching the replay of the panthers great win against the warriors in the first semi final. However Kaiyen and I both fell asleep after 39 minutes and slept till 7.30!! Up and off to the famous Maxwell Hawker Centre but most of the food stalls were closed by the time we arrived so we went round the corner to the Chinatown Food Street. We had a range of different dishes and were hoping to walk it off but most of the stalls and shooed were closed at that time so back to our room at midnight. This time tomorrow we’ll be on the flight to London.Read more

  • Day27

    Singapore

    June 9, 2017 in Singapore

    With our first country down and 1/12 of our trip complete. We said goodbye to Bali as we flew to Singapore. We were pleasantly surprised by the bustling metropolis. Singapore is extremely modern, well organized, and clean! The extensive subway system makes it very easy and cheap to move all over the city.

    Andreas and I spent three days exploring the city. We ate at a Michelin star dumpling restaurant for cheap. We explored the cloud forest (enjoying the AC), the botanical gardens, and the sky gardens. Singapore is an orchid lover's dream as we saw hundreds of different beautiful species. We spent one morning on a free tour of China town and visited Hindu, Buddhist, and Taoist temples. The Buddhist temple had "Buddah's tooth" and was encased in 370kg of gold. That evening we did a five hour push-scooter tour of the city visiting two spectacular light and water shows. Our group definitely turned a few heads when we scooted through restaurants, malls, as well as up and down escalators. Next stop: MalaysiaRead more

  • Day100

    Singapore

    August 21, 2017 in Singapore

    We flew back to Singapore to visit our friends Jess and Brook from New Zealand. They moved to Singapore last month after Jess was offered a job there. It was so nice being in someone's home; unlimited body wash, face creams, hair masks, and makeup. We spent our first day exploring the huge Singapore aquarium; our favorite part was seeing the giant manta rays and hammerhead sharks. It was fun seeing Andreas and Brook together because it is always a nonstop stream of political and historical debates. That night we all went out for dinner and drinks. We attempted to go to karaoke, but it cost $300 to rent a room!!!

    The next day we went on a 10km hike through a forest and across a swing bridge. Our old travel companions Alli and TJ happened to be in town so they joined us. The highlight was that after an hour of me carrying a banana on the walk, I looked up to see a monkey charging me. I tried to hide my banana in my shirt but the monkey kept coming. I tried to stuff it down Andreas' shirt but he wasn't too happy about that; this monkey was pretty aggressive. In the end we had to sacrifice the banana and run away. The monkey looked pretty pleased with himself as he munched on my banana.

    That night we went swimming at Jess and Brook's pool and headed out to see NZ vs the Aussies in a rugby game. NZ dominated.

    Our final day Andreas and Brook stayed in their underwear playing computer games while Jess and I headed to the mall to shop for jewelry for her wedding. It was so nice having a bit of normality and to hang out with our old friends.
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  • Day282

    Kühe in Little India

    June 20, 2017 in Singapore

    In Indien werden Kühe verehrt. Deshalb sind in dem kleinen Stadtteil Little India in Singapur die vielen schönen Statuen.

  • Day5

    Cavanaugh and Orchard Rd

    April 1, 2017 in Singapore

    I started today with an early morning quest to find street food.

    Setting off at about 5 30 am, I didn't really know what to expect. I was surprised to see so many people wandering the roadways so early on a Saturday.

    After walking for quite some time down Orchard rd, I came across a rather sketchy area where there were a lot of young folks hanging around. To my left, I saw an adult boutique and a few policemen patrolling the area. I soon realized this is probably not somewhere I should be. But alas, when I looked right - I found it! A street vendor serving early morning (or late night for some) Singaporean specialties. So before high tailing it out of there, I got a plate of "Singapore's famous hainanes chicken rice" for $5.

    This dish was interesting. A must try if you're a first timer in Singapore - I think once was enough for me. The chicken is seasoned and poached (or steamed - it's hard to tell) and chilled. Once cold, the meat is served over hot butter rice. The chicken was very tender, but I couldn't quite get over the fact it was cold. The rice was fantastic.
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