March 29, 2014
We checked in on our hotel, which I found online. It is located near Chinatown MTR station and it was impressive. The dim lights gave the relaxing effect. I got to say, this hotel is affordable (sorry guys, I can't mention the hotel's name)
We headed to the Merlion, SGs iconic landmark. We had a great time taking photos around the spot. My feet are starting to swell so we rode the taxi going to the SG flyer to give my feet a time to recover.
We arrived at the SG flyer. Heading towards its capsule, it seems like we're riding a spacecraft--so cool. The flyer is a slow turning wheel that showcase the view of the whole SG. I didn't experience any fear of heights when inside the airconditioned capsule.
SG flyer: photo courtesy of my sister Aje
L-R the entrance, view from the capsule, the wheel
Strolling around SG distracted us that we didn't noticed that its already late and we must fuel ourselves. We stopped by at Bugis for some local food. Slurped on a pork braised noodles and gulped down a glass of sugar caramel jelly drink (like our local sago gulaman drink). It was a satisfying meal for the hungry belly. After our meal, we bought some souvenirs to take home.
Went back to the hotel. I can't feel my legs anymore. There's so much to see but we need to recharge for tomorrow's activities. I hit the showers and went to bed, I need a good night sleep really bad.