Singapore: Day Nine

July 2, 2012

Posted by Kanga.

pork rib soup, pork stomach soup, rice, greens, peanuts

The day began late with a late lunch at Songfa Bak Kut Teh, our new favorite restaurant which just happens to be about two blocks from our hotel. DaddyBird opted for the pork stomach soup and I had the pork ribs.

tea kettle, sink, tea pot and tiny cups

… and tea.

view from inside the boat

We took a short Singapore river cruise. It was cooler on the water.

Clarke Quay seen from the river

Clarke Quay

Asian Civilization Museum

Asian Civilization Museum

Cavenagh Bridge

Cavenagh Bridge

Marina Bay, Singapore Flyer

Marina Bay, Singapore Flyer

Marina Bay Sands Towers

Marina Bay Sands Towers, Art and Science Museum

south bay skyscrapers

South bay skyscrapers

large tree on shore of the river


colorful old buildings on the shore of the river

Boat Quay – this used to be the area where cargo used to be loaded/off-loaded. Now it is restaurants.

One comment

  1. the trees-are those roots or trunks going down the cement? those are impressive! Also, the bay skyscrapers. they don’t look safe! I am not sure I could work/live in something that high near water. Is this area known for earthquakes?

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