7 Sim Lim Park
6 April 2016
Dear Cousin Ron
I am extremely glad that you, Aunty Maggie and Uncle Tom are planning to make a trip to Singapore! I will sure recommend all of the most iconic and cultural places of Singapore to you!
One of Singapore's famous landmark would be The Singapore Flyer, which is the world's largest observation wheel! You can not only admire the breath-taking view but even take on the role of a pilot using the Real Flight Simulator. I think that you will love to shop at Singapore famous "durian" shaped mall- The Esplanade. The Esplanade is a world-class entertainment establishment, housing a concert hall which seats up to 1600 and a theatre with a capacity of up to 2000 for performing arts. There is also a wide variety of places to dine in and to whet the visitor dining and shopping appetites.
Visiting Chinatown and Little India would certainly be two of the best places to learn more about Singapore's cultural aspects. Chinatown has beautiful shophouse many religious landmarks of different faiths. You can even feel as if you have been in the past as you take trishaw ride around the vicinity, bargain at the lively street market where you can find souvenirs, clothing, and other goods. You can walk around the famous Little India, one of the most colourful districts where there are gaily painted shophouses selling traditional Indian apparel. You also buy souvenirs at Little India's biggest shopping mall- Mustafa Centre.
I suggest you should try out some Singapore's delicious, finger-licking delicacies, such as Fish Head Curry. It may not sound appetising, but Fish Head Curry is actually one of Singapore's specialties. Hainanese chicken rice is also one of Singapore's most iconic and well-known dish.
Well, I really hope that these few places and dishes can help your planning to Singapore. I'm really hoping to see you soon Ron!