Saturday, October 26, 2013

Singapore river cruise.

If you want to sit, relax, AND take in many of Singapore's beautiful skylines and landmarks, then take a ride on the Singapore River Cruise. For S$20 (adults) and S$10 (kids), you can hop on a bumboat and cruise the Singapore River through Marina Bay, Robertson Quay, Boat Quay, and Clarke Quay. Linna and I went this week, and made it a fun, full afternoon in Clarke Quay. We visited the Singapore Philatelic Museum, took a River Cruise, and then met up with Papa Saigh for dinner at Sque (they have good happy-hour beer specials, and french fries with a delicious truffle dipping sauce). We need to do nights out like this as a family in Singapore more often! Here's some photos from our Singapore River Cruise...

Mama Saigh and bug with Marina Bay Sands in the background.


Clarke Quay at sunset.

Linna with Marina Bay Sands in the background
(and some random lady's elbow).

Frightening attempt at a "cheese" face:)

Elgin Bridge... built in 1929.

Can't get enough of Singapore's beautiful landmarks!

Checking things out. "Tall buildings Mama!"

Excited to meet Papa Saigh after she got off the boat,
because he told her that he ordered french fries for dinner:)

Esplanade in the background... AKA "the durian".

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