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This country-city consists of Chinese, Indians, Pakistanis, Arabs / Muslims and the Westerners (Europeans, Americans etc.), depending of course on their current status (citizen, resident, worker etc). This makes it an interesting mixture and an adventurous place offering diversified attractions as food, architecture, religion or simply lifestyle.

We did some 7km walking into Arab quarter and Little India district. It was Sunday so there were lot of foreign workers gathering in those districts and enjoying a free day.

We visited all-white St. Andrew's Cathedral, Masjid Sultan Mosque, drank Arabic coffee and ate some mega-sweet cakes.

The temperature and the humid air are not leaving you completely unaffected so we "ran" from the heat and got back to our room in order to allow the little one get some relaxed sleep. This was exaclty what she wanted: she enjoyed 2,5h of dreaming.

Evening was again tasty and ended around 22:00.

Posted by Minuano 12:16 Archived in Singapore

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