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  • Day3

    Little India

    January 12 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Indian market streets and Indian hawker center. Interesting place, worth a visit. I noticed the level of cleanliness isn't what it's like in chinatown area and everything was a bit more chaotic (including the traffic), but the service in shops and food places was a lot nicer. People greeted you and really took care that you had everything you needed. Also I found a dress. Yes, now I have to get rid of something else in my full backpack! Amateur packer 👌🏻😎Read more

  • Day63

    A day in Little India

    April 7, 2018 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    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

  • Day3

    Raffles

    January 22 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 29 °C

    Dead after botanical gardens eventually got to Raffles at 2130and queued till 2200.Singapore Slings 75dollars for two!!!long walk back through Chinatown ..amazing

  • Day2

    Singapore

    February 2, 2018 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    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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  • Day55

    Singapur

    October 21, 2018 in Singapore ⋅ 🌧 32 °C

    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. 📸 🏙

  • Day3

    Essen?

    February 13 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 32 °C

    Nach dem Frühstücksdilemma mit dem Würgeöl habe ich mich kurz mit seveneleven Chips & Tiger Radler abgefunden. Nach dem Nachmittagsschlaf mache ich mich auf nach Little India und esse STREETFOOD 😅 mit australischen Menschen zur Unterhaltung. Der Rest ist indisch und sehr lecker.
    Verdacht: es ist gar kein Öl. Es ist eine Durian in der Nähe des Essen, im Haus, in derselben Straße! BAH. 😝Read more

  • Day119

    Die kunterbunte Haji Lane

    March 3, 2018 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 30 °C

    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. 😊Read more

  • Day27

    Singapore

    June 9, 2017 in Singapore ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    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: Malaysia
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