Thursday, 29 November 2012

My stop-over in Singapore

On my way to New Zealand I stoped in Singapore and had a look around. It is a city and the city is the country. We stayed in a tall hotel with more than 70 floors. We started the stay with a Singapore Sling on the top floor.

Bonnie and Frank really enjoyed the view form our room and the temperature was really nice and warm too.

We found Singapore to be avarage bear frieendly and that is because it is all about shopping. We are not into shopping so it wasn't really for us. Singapore is a place that want things to be bigger and better all the time. The Marina Bay building was nice to look at and it has a park on top and a huge swimming pool too.

We had some very good and tasty food. I was glad they had pictures of the food so I knew what I got.

We all really liked the botanical garden. We spent nearly a day there looing at the plants and the flowers and the birds. It is a very bear friendly place and we could have spent more time there. There was a lake with fish and turtles in too.

The Orchid garden had so many beautiful flowers that I didn't know what was the prettiest. There were all sorts of tropical plants and I got my bum pintched sitting on a pineapple....

We ended the day Raffles Hotel's Long Bar. Many famous humans have been there and it is where the Singapore Sling drink first was mixed. Since I had allready tasted the drink I was happy with the peanuts and you just throw the shell on the floor...

Next time I will write more form New Zealand.


  1. Wow...its busy !!! loved the gardens,much more Berkeley friendly xx

  2. I am glad you had a nice visit to Singapore my pal.....i fink you will NZ a bit more tho cos it is more bear-friendly

  3. So cool that you went to the bar where the first Singapore Sling was mixed!

  4. that dus be grayt barkly but i fink yoo av to be careful wiv them pynappuls .. they dus be sharp

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