Travelguide - Singapore

So the next Stop was Singapore, we booked a Hostel called "5Foot" in the middel of Chinatown. A simple Hostle which is really spartan refering to the minimum standard . A Toilette at each floor and a bath room. The room was really small but sufficient for the 2 nights hangover...eh I mean stay over.

We landed at 8 o´clock in the morning at the Singapore Airport which is one of the best Airports in the world. A large botanical garden is spreading all-over the airport. The first thing what I´ve observed is, that most of the airport is covered by carpet.

We arrived at our hostel and left our luggages there. Finding the hostel was really easy. Every "5 FootHostel" are not far away located from the metro station. We walked to the next Coffe and had breakfast at first. Spinelli http://www.spinellicoffee.com/ in the China Square. 

When we decide to take the hop on hop off bus. The price is regular round about 24€ but at the beginning we paid almost 35€. 
The bus driver told us a wrong price and though we were too stupid to discover his plan of stealing money from some young girls. We even though about telling his company about this case, but we decided to leave it just the way it was, because nobody can stop this crime. So, dear tourist! watch out in Singapore about your tickets and money, it could be more than you really have to pay.

Beside of this, the Bustrip were nice and handy! We saw the Singapore Flyer the most highest and biggest ferris wheel in the world. From there you got a spectacular view above Singapore. We also saw the impressiv Marina-Bay-Sands Hotel during our bus trip. At this moment I had to grab my Camera ( Nikon D5100 ) and take pictures. I´ve been never so affected by a Hotel than in this moment. Impressive and just a incredibleness of construction. 


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