Thanks for the generous offer to show us around but I'm not sure what our exact dates are yet. I think we might be there either around x-mas or new years depending on our finalization of the Malaysia portion of the trip. I doubt anyone want's to waste time to show tourists around on those times though but if you don't mind maybe I can send you some PM's later?
tanjong pagar railway station?
its built on malaysian soil in singapore
Our garmen takes care of us very well. They know Singaporean men are very stressful and our bodies can get extremely heaty. They never ban redlight districts so all men can relieve stress and cool down our bodies better than drinking liang teh.
Last edited by photobum; 25th October 2008 at 11:01 PM.
Wow cool attitude.. Too bad our U.S. gov't is not so open. Too much outdated western Christian influenced attitudes I guess.
Thanks for your kind offer Tupi I will certainly keep you in mind! For the Malaysia portion we will be going to KL, Penang, and not sure where else.. wherever we can go to on day tours I guess...
KL, Petaling Street, KLCC, Maderka Square and KL Tower are the main tourist spots to go.
And for penang, is the beach but i believe you have seen much more blueish one. Gurney Drive is a place where NICE local food to be found.
Not forgetting the Penang Hill
You have facebook? PMed if you have, i think i have some pics there
Tupi and Lady.. Thanks I'll check out if those snake and turtle temples are there... are those hindu temples? This will be the first time I will be going to a place that has so many Indian stuff. Should make for great pics cuz they're always so colorful and ornate. heheh
Last edited by ahbian; 26th October 2008 at 03:10 PM.
I recommend that you get off at the Raffles Place MRT area.
The Singapore River nearby has many good opportunities for taking photographs.
Here's an example. I'm sure that you can take a much better picture than what I have!
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but i think I know... the one that caters to the locals are all the young fresh pretty girls and the one's that cater to the caucasians are all the old aunties and ugly ones because the Whites don't know any difference right?
Stick to the places for photography, consider venturing to the residential heartlands which might provide different opportunities from the usual touristy kinds.