Singapore Day 4- Singapore River & China Town
Day 4 was a slower day for us with lots of roaming around. I must admit, I got pretty lazy with taking photos on this day as the weather was cloudy and I woke up with a sore throat.
Our last day in Singapore was another rainy and thunderstorm-y day. After sleeping in, we made our way to Clarke Quay, by the Singapore river.
I really wanted to try the G-max extreme swing but it was closed during the time we were there. So we hung around and ate lunch, did a bit of shopping and then made our way to the Merlion Park in the CBD.
We then made our way to Chinatown and checked out the Maxwell food court. We were still full from lunch so we decided to skip eating there and spent the afternoon roaming around Chinatown.
My partner has a sweet tooth and didn’t want to leave Singapore without trying desserts. So we booked a table at Fat Lulu’s just to try their dessert selection. After hemming and hawing over the choices on the menu, we ordered the Kinder Bueno and the Melaka Boleh.
I think it was nice for what it was but you can find plenty of similar dessert styles in Melbourne so I probably wouldn’t go out of my way to visit again unless within the vicinity. Nevertheless, I recommend visiting if you happen to be in the area or plan to be in the area. Their dinner menu looked appetizing as well.
It started to rain really heavily again, so we went home for a final supper in Geylang and prepared ourselves for our next destination- Taiwan!
There were a few things that we missed out on during this trip. And there are definitely a lot more places, food and activities to do in Singapore. So we will be back to check out the rest in the future. But for now, thank you Singapore!