For our family dinner, we went to the Racines restaurant at the brand new Sofitel Singapore City Centre, a French-Asian fusion restaurant.
The final attraction at Sentosa that we visited was Fort Siloso, built in the late 19th century and stands a historical site today.
We entered the statue of the Sentosa Merlion, which is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and a fish’s body.
Sentosa Island was called "Pulau Belakang Mati", fortified during the British occupation, and is now a holiday resort.
After lunch we took a taxi to Mt Faber to catch the Sentosa Cable Car to Sentosa Island (less busy than the main station).
We waited for Lyn's parents to arrive, then had a family lunch at the Xperience restaurant at the So Sofitel.
We took a taxi to our cousin's home and spent a nice morning exploring the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
After dinner my cousin and her husband drove us back to the heart of Singapore where we walked around at night taking photos of the various buildings.
At night my cousin Qui Yin and her husband Gordon picked us up from our hotel and took us to New Ubin Seafood restaurant for dinner.