BUDGET ACCOMMODATION SINGAPORE : CITY VIEW HOTEL SHANGHAI : COASTAL MAINE BED AND BREAKFAST
Budget Accommodation Singapore
- Hotels and accommodations which are cheaper and suitable for travellers who do not want to spend much money on their accommodation
- A country in Southeast Asia that consists of the island of Singapore (linked by a causeway to the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula) and about 54 smaller islands; pop. 4,353,000; capital, Singapore City; official languages, Malay, Chinese, Tamil, and English
- the capital of Singapore; one of the world's biggest ports
- a country in southeastern Asia on the island of Singapore; achieved independence from Malaysia in 1965
- an island to the south of the Malay Peninsula
Yes, I will ...
Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Yeah, been a while inactive in the flickr community, honestly i miss you all. Was extremely tied up with the schedule back to homeland with fiance to survey bridal shops at Petaling Jaya SS2 area. Also, the date of Registrar of Marriage is getting closer. We have the date but still need to work out on budgets, reading and doing homework on bridal + wedding magazines. Also prep-works on dress, gowns, accommodation, transportations. Well, still doing some studying for outdoor wedding, photographer and etc etc ... Our ROM should be hold in Singapore, the reason being that we wont need to fly or travel many times, instead we can simply don't even need to travel, just need to settle down here. Just a slight challenge, where need to invite siblings, friends and both parents to Singapore to attend the ceremony. This photo being edit quite a while back, just didn't find the mood to place it here. And i was listening a song from Back Street Boys, " Yes I will " and decided to put the text on the photos. To express my sincere love to her ... ---- Ps : As usual, posted the original shot. Before and after in Photoshop CS3.
Guidebooks (part III)
As we weren't staying in any single country in South East Asia for very long we decided to buy a multi-country book. The Rough Guide to Southeast Asia on a budget and The Rough Guide to China were both purchased new. The Lonely Planet Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei was bought from a hostel for a dollar, we later found out it was fake. Not a bad fake though, just a photocopy. The text was fine, but the maps were unusable. We've realised over time that we prefer Rough Guides for style, but they really need to put more effort into their maps. The marks they put on for accommodation or restaurants are often one or two streets out and if they're on the right street, they can be up to 1km away from the correct location and are frequently on the wrong side of the street. This is annoying if you're trying to get to a place, or just using them for navigation. The map of central Singapore had no street names whatsoever, which made it largely useless. South East Asia: Rough Guides on a budget Chine: Rough Guides Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei: Lonely Planet Bangkok: Lonely Planet