Although not eaten and it was late, we were concerned because in Geylang many restaurants, shops, and hawker food. Most food is China, but there are also a few restaurants Malay or Indian Muslim. Since it was quite a night, we opted to eat in india Muslim shop that is located next to our hotel. The menu choice that night was rice biryani, Shahe fen fries, and fried rice india. Food prices range from SGD3-5 per serving, and SGD1 milk tea per cup. All of our voracious including milk tea, although we’ve used to make instant milk tea, milk tea here but feels fresh and original.
Impressive, we got acquainted with a group of mothers of batam and cape nut who will buy used goods for resale. In addition to used clothing, they sometimes acquire good quality bedding or toys.
At 23.00 we went back over to the hotel to rest. From the window of the hotel room seemed a number of activities that are taking place in Geylang at night time.
Since we woke up late fatigue. We then rush to get to check-out, which was finally done at 10:00. for lunch, we utilize the existing vending machine anywhere. This machine is available in a variety of beverage cans SGD1 for 0.2 to 2. In the taxi to the terminal you Kallang Bahru Lavender St. Here we leave luggage to the counter to pay SGD2 Transnational bus per bag, enough of our terminal walk to the nearest MRT station is close to Lavender station bus terminal. By using the green line MRTdari Lavender MRT station, we could go to the station City Hall or Raffles Place station.
Arriving at the station, we need to observe a moment to look at ordinances purchase tickets through automated machines that must use a dime SGD. How to ride the MRT MRT is to set goals that will be climbed, this time we chose to City Hall, then input the appropriate number of coins listed rates, and ticket out. Flights from Lavender to City Hall is SGD1, 9 including deposit SGD1.