Introduction: Mileage Run to Singapore
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Exploring: Out and about in Singapore
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After hitting the gym, I decided to grab an Uber to Chinatown. Everyone that I came in contact with recommended Smith Street as the go to place for delicious food. On the 15 minute ride, we passed the Singapore Parliament House and Boat Quay.
We eventually arrived in Chinatown.
There so many shops along the street.
They ranged from restaurants, to grocery stores, to tailors. I had a tailor try to sell me a suit made like this for $600.
The restaurants had hostesses outside screaming the menu to people as they passed. I settled on fiery chicken at Yugun Kitchen.
The weather started to turn ugly (rainy season in Singapore), so I hopped a cab to Marina Bay Sands. I walked to the casino to have a look around. Prior to entering, foreigners had to show their passport. If you are local, you have to pay $100 SGD for 24 hours of gambling. The casino was massive.
After a short stay, I walked to Tower 3 for access to the roof. I had to pay $20 SGD to access Ce La Vi.
Note: the $20 is a voucher for the restaurant. This was the only place open because it had started to rain.
The views from the 57th level were still amazing.
The next day was filled with food from shops in Bugis Junction.
The last thing that I did in Singapore was visit Clark Quay.
My trip to Singapore was quick, but I had fun. Diversity is evident and embraced in every part of the city. If you ever get the chance, do not pass up the opportunity to visit the city.