Everyone in Singapore has a bicycle. But no-one has a new one. They are all rusty and customised. This was the best example:
I decided to visit Changi Museum. It’s a rip. You can’t take photos inside, it’s a pest to get to, the museum is small, there aren’t that many relics and the prison itself has been torn down. All that’s left is a section of the fence that is now within the civilian prison compound:
If you do go Get off at Tana Merah interchange and take the No. 2 bus but make sure you’re going the right way! If you pass a garden centre on the left as you start and then go past the expo centre you’re ok. It’s too far to walk.
I went back to the city centre and visited the Asian Civilisations Museum. It’s in the colonial district so outside is a statue of Sir Stamford Raffles
The museum is full of religious and ceremonial artifacts, but not many everyday objects.
I changed my hostel to the Inn Crowd – $20/night with breakfast (toast and eggs). The bathroom facilities were a bit gross and it was full. It is more like a traditional backpackers if you like that sort of thing. I personally would rather not be woken up by people messing about with their headtorches at 3am.