Bite-sized Singapore rakes in over US$40 billion in trade surplus in 2011, an amazing amount for a country without any natural resources and a profound testament to the city-state's amazing ability to grow and develop at an unprecedented rate.
We had breakfast at the hotel and checked out mid-morning, leaving our bags with the concierge. On impulse we caught a train to Orchard Road area and visited several malls. The first one (Singapura) had some model dinosaurs (see images). After lunch we caught a hop on hop off bus and rode ...
Posted in Trip from Australia to UK & Ireland by IanDarleneUK
Art, Weather and Updates
Yesterday we went to the art gallery and the best part of the visit was the history gallery because it was all interactive. You got your own buddy accompaning system that told you all about the exhibits as you walked through them. It told you the past of Singapore (which used to be called Singapura ...
Posted in World Tour 09 by Kandah