Friday, 22 April 2016

Creative Writing 5 by Kinjal Agarwal (02)

218 Depot Road

Singapore 109703

5 April 2016

Dear Tommy

I am extremely excited that you will be visiting Singapore so soon! I can not even believe that you will be coming after so many years. I have so much to tell you about my school and my friends. I can assure you that you will have the best trip of your life in Singapore!

For the first day, you could maybe have a finger-licking breakfast at the hotel you are staying, before taking the bus to Chinatown. I know you love to learn about new cultures and heritages so what better way to introduce you to Singapore that through its ethnic history! You might pass b some of the beautifully restored shophouses, which has a shop below and a house on the top level. Do look out for the trishaw to ride around the vicinity! You might even come across landmarks of various religions on the way. At Chinatown, not only would you see the Chinese but you will also see other races, like the Indians and Malays. This is what brings about the racial harmony in Chinatown. If you were lucky, you might even be able to find some goods, like souvenirs and fashion apparel at low prices at the lively street market. There, you could bargain and bargain with the shop owners for some discounts.

After exploring Chinatown, you could proceed to Little India. You could even have lunch there! I know a little shop there which sells delicious fish head curry (a unique Singaporean dish). After doing some shopping at the 24-hour shopping centre, Mustafa Centre, you could take the opportunity to amble into the gaily painted shophouses selling traditional Indian apparel, gold bangles and other wares. Later in the day, don't forget to spend some time to admire one of the most colourful districts in Singapore.

The next day, after having a leisurely breakfast at the hotel, we could meet up to continue your wonderful trip at the Singapore Flyer. The Singapore Flyer is known to be the world’s largest observation wheel. I heard that you love to learn about new places and inventions. Thus, I would even take you to the Real Life Simulator, which was just recently built! You could literally take the role of a pilot there! It would be very enjoyable and exciting!

I was thinking to bring you to Food Glorious Food for another scrumptious lunch. You would be able to try some new mouth-watering dishes. You could even sample a wide range of local fare, like laksa, mee siam, rojak, satay and the one and only nasi lamak. Nasi Lamak is a very typical Singaporean dish. It mainly comprises of rice which is made fragrant with coconut cream and pandan leaves. It would be the best diash you have ever tasted!

To end your trip, you could head over to take a ride in the Cable Car. You could soar high above, through the sky on the most scenic highway in Singapore for priceless views. Along the way, ou might be fortunate to spot some dolphins down below at Resorts World Sentosa’s Adventure Cove!

Well, I hope the programme sounds good to you. However, during your trip don't forget o meet me. I will be free everyday. I am really looking forward to seeing you!


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