Things To Do In Singapore: River Boat Tour & Marina Bay Sands Hotel

So now we’re checking out a fun little area called Clarke Quay. It appears to be boats, restaurants. Just your typical inner harbor, bay, harbor type place.

Except in Singapore. I might have to have a Singapore sling with dinner. Look at it. Lychee ice cream sesame.

Ooo, I like lychee. Ned your cone matches your shirt! It really does doesn’t it. All right so this is the Hokkaido ice cream and this is how it is served.

And this is black sesame which is not the prettiest one, but it’s a really cool flavor. Oh yes yes. Love it. Better than American ice cream. So I guess they do this love lock thing everywhere, I thought it was just Paris. Ok so we’re gonna try jelly fish.

Growing up I was taught to fear jelly fish like crazy because they’re in the ocean and they sting you. I didn’t even know if was food. Oh my gosh I’m scared. Ok here we go.

It tastes like seaweed salad! It’s the rice vinegar. It’s good! All right here we have it, the signature dish of Singapore- Chili Crab! We’re not in Maryland anymore.

And I’ve had so much seafood, I’m going all gourmet vegetarian with my, uh spinach tofu. So I’ve got to keep you informed on what I’m drinking. This country has a lot of lagers, Tiger beer is a big one. But I’ve been craving something strong and robust, you know I like my IPAs and stuff so I’ve got Baron’s Strong Brew, it’s super good, 8.9%. I like it.

Her and I could definitely be friends. Here’s a wild ride, this thing slings you up into the air. I would do it, I would do it, but you know, what.. I’m on a boat.

Here’s the famous Merlion, which is a classic symbol of Singapore. Besides of course the other classic symbol of Singapore, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel which is the world’s most expensive building. Probably because of that surfboard casually resting on top of it. We’ve got some new AMaeTV fans! All right guys, well if that wasn’t a taste of Singapore, I don’t know what would be.