Dear Cousin May, Aunt Lily and Uncle Ben
I am very excited that you are coming and visiting Singapore.I am writing this email to you to tell you all what places I think you all will very much love to visit and be interested in.
I know that you all are interested in learning about both the modern and cultural aspect of Singapore.So, I start with the cultural aspect of Singapore first.The first cultural place of interest I will introduce is Chinatown.You all can visit the religious landmarks of different faiths there and if you are tried after a while, you can take a trishaw ride around Chinatown.You can also go to the traditional medicine hall and teahouses.Furthermore, you all can bargain at the lively street where there is a large variety of souvenirs, fashion appeal and leather goods there which I know you all will like.
Another cultural place of interest is Little India.It is one of the most colourful districts in Singapore!
There is also gaily painted shop selling traditional Indian apparel, gold bangles and other wares which I think that you all will like, don’t you?You all can also get last minute souvenir at the shopping centre; Mustafa opens 24 hours.
A modern attraction in Singapore is the world’s biggest observation wheel, Singapore flyer.You all can take in the panoramic views of Singapore of Singapore’s iconic landmarks like Marina Bay, Merlion Park and Empress place.You all can also assume a role as a pilot using a real flight simulator.It would be nice, won’t it?
The second modern attraction I will introduce to you is marina bay.It is mostly where the national parade is held nowadays.There is a float where you all can go and play at.You can also take a boat near there.
You all can also sample a broad range of local cuisine: Laksa, Mee Siam, rojak, Hainanese chicken rice, chilli crab, oyster omelette, satay,nasi lemak and more at food glorious.You all may be interested in sample the famous chilli crab and satay as they are famous local foods