Singapore was humid like you wouldn't believe if you haven't been there. ( you know the way hot air hits you on opening an oven door and fogs ones glasses up - that's what it did to me every time I stepped from the air conditioned buildings. )The pool on the roof of our hotel was a blessing. We stayed at the same hotel as a stop over both going and coming back.
During our time there we went on the Singapore Flyer ( 165 metres )
We didn't have to queue to get on which was a plus.
We also walked across this new amazing curved Helix Bridge.
On the way back I came across this fellow crossing the path in front of me.
We witnessed an incredible thunder and lightning storm the 2nd night we were there.
I am so glad my friend Ruth told me to visit the butterfly garden which is on the top story inside the aitport. ( a good thing to do while waiting ) Although very humid I spent a happy time there amongst the butterflies.
The place smelt of pineapples. This is why.
Those visitors who were still and quiet had butterflies land on them.