Saturday, 30 April 2016

Email writing draft 2 by Keith Tan (24)

6 Sim Lim Park
Singapore 234234

5 April 2016

Hello Percy

I am delighted to hear that you, Uncle Ron and Aunt Maggie are interested in making a trip to Singapore! So, I will be introducing you to some local places you can visit and dishes you can try here.

Chinatown and Little India are both areas which show Singapore's vast array of cultures. We can go to Chinatown after breakfast and take a relaxing trishaw ride and visit beautifully restored shophouses, colonial buildings and modern buildings. Little India will be our next stop, there, we can walk around and enjoy one of the most colourful districts in Singapore, then get souvenirs from Mustafa Centre to remember this fantastic time in Singapore. Afterwards, we can have one of Little India's specialities, the fish head curry for lunch.

Subsequently,  we will proceed to Sentosa for a thrilling experience; it is filled with many fun rides, guaranteed to make your stay in Singapore more enjoyable. Admittedly, it is a bit pricey, however, it is a once in a lifetime experience. After all the fun activities, we will have dinner there too, Sentosa offers a wide array of local dishes such as laksa, hainanese chicken rice, oyster omelette and more!

Finally, what better way to wind down than to admire the world's largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. From there, we will be able to take in the panoramic views of Singapore's iconic landmarks, Marina Bay, Merlion Park, Empress Place and many others. Then we can assume the role of a pilot using the Real Flight Simulator.

I hope you find these activities enjoyable and visit soon. I look forward to when you arrive

Take care

1 comment:

  1. Maybe you could exaggerate more on certain points such as exaggerating how good the food is.