SINGAPORE SLING

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4th Dec 2017
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Day 1

With curiosity, I boarded the flight to the Merlion Land. The flight took off from New Delhi at night and reached Singapore at 6 am in the morning. It was a 6 hour flight, not very tiring as I watched a lot of movies.

Day 2

Singapore with drizzle welcomed our arrival. After checking in the hotel, we slept for sometime because of jet lag and later in the evening woke up to explore the new destination. Ramada had a connecting small mall which had few shops and a good store for daily needs (somewhat a better version of Indian Big Ba...). One can have dinner inside the mall as there were few eateries but they usually close down by 9 pm. P.S.- buy chocolates from here as you can get them at good price.

After a lovely breakfast we went to explore Singapore and our first destination was Singapore zoo. It was a whole day affair and very tiring but was worth it. You can book the tickets online. After reaching the zoo, one has to take the printout of the ticket. P.S.-please switch off the flash before clicking the photos as it frightens the wildlife their. Do carry water bottles with you. Once finished you can easily fill them from the purified water tap provided their.

After completing the zoo, we also had to go for night safari but the timing was 5 pm . There was a gap of 1 hour or so. Their were different eateries at the entry of the zoo,after all the walking the food looked more delicious.

P.S.- you can buy souvenirs from various shops their and chocolates as well.

The night safari was another amazing experience. As the tram made twist and turns our heart skipped beats. Everyone in their minds were anticipating to see a Tiger. One of the reason why the night safari was thrilling was because it was all in dark only animals were visible. It gave a real time experience of the Jungle.P.S.- don't be afraid.

It can be booked online and it was a good tour. The whole day went in while visiting various places in Singapore. It may be a 20 km country but It has a lot to offer to tourists. Once you get acquainted to this place it will never leave you. In the evening we visited orchard road the hub for shopping.

P.S.- buy charles and keith bags its worth the price

Uber is available as well as local taxi services.

Day 4

Next day we left for Sentosa Island.

P.S.- their is an entry fee to the island (4 SG$\person) so please make sure you have printouts or your hotel\resort booking details without because most of the places have it added in the accommodation fee.

After checking in they will give you a card may be in purple to use it for entering again if you visit other places outside sentosa. Their is a monorail (it was free when I visited ) which can take you to Universal Studio. The Universal Studio was all together a different world. We tried a few rides, the best one for me was I forgot the name but It was something related with Egyptian Mummy.

P.S.- I personally thought souvenir shops were a little expensive but you can buy Hershey's chocolate.

Day 5

I spent the evening along the beach sitting and sipping Singapore Sling ( native drink).

The next destination was the Henderson Bridge which I wanted to see after watching a movie. The trek to the bridge was little tiring as there were 140 steps but it was beautiful after reaching the top. The whole city was visible. We walked a bit further to reach the cable car service. It was a good walk more like a trek as we chose to walk through the little Jungle their.

The cable car ride was adventurous as it took us all the way from up the hill to down via crossing the native river.

Day 6

P.S.- ticket for cable car ride (30sg$\person)

The last day at Singapore went slowly with beautiful memories. In the evening we went to see the flyer which showed a 360 degree view of the whole city. It was a half an hour ride (30sg$\person). After finishing the ride we went for dinner at Moti Mahal Restaurant.

P.S.-Crowne Plaza has an inter connectivity with the airport and its just a 5 minutes walk from inside the hotel. It was convenient for us as we had early morning flight.

Singapore every time has a new thing to offer. As a place it is worth visiting.

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