Singapore: Pierside

Pierside Reflection

By the time I arrived at the hotel there wasn’t much left available for us to do but eat. We heard about the Chin Chin Eating House from The Layover: Singapore and decided to check it out and we definitely weren’t disappointed. I wish I had more photos of the food but by then I was too hungry to be bothered. The hainanese chicken wasn’t amazing so I wouldn’t recommend it but pretty much everything else was. Try the dou miao with the beef with onions for some nom nom goodness.

Chin Chin Eating House
Chin Chin Eating House
19 Purvis St. Singapore
Lemon Iced Tea
Ice cold drinks are a must in Singapore

After dinner we made our way to One Fullerton just in time to see the light show across the way.

Art Science Museum

Art Science Museum

The Art Science Museum looks like some beacon calling the mothership to land. Or maybe that’s just me.

Under the bridge
Long exposure of the boats passing under the bridge
Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer

wall art

Bull and his prey
Bull stalking his prey

And of course, no trip to Singapore would be complete without the obligatory stop to see the Merlion.

Merlion

 

Next up: The Zoo!

 

Jack

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