Singapore’s airport is one of the most used in the world but also one of the best. It is very well connected to the city center and we easily arrived in our hotel. Located in Bugis area, our hotel is in a traditional street, just in front of one of the biggest mosques of Singapore.
As we were exhausted from the trip, and because we checked in after 10pm, we only had time for a small walk to discover the area. Luckily, we found a great place to dinner – Zam Zam, where we tried (for the first time) some indian specialities like Chicken Biryani and Martabak, a delicious (and unforgetable) pancake with chicken.
We just noticed how locals are used to spicy food – we were recommended these dishes after asking no spicy food and in the end our mouths were burning ahah however, the food was great and our hearts were warm for the first night and first impressions in Singapore.
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