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TravelPod Member ReviewsFernloft Little India Singapore
For the rate, you free and reliable wifi in the dorm rooms, secure lockers, comfortable beds, and the best part - free breakfast! And that's unlimited coffee and sandwiches and fresh fruits. Remember to CLAYGO when you're done eating.
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An early start for our final day in Singapore. We have lunch booked at Raffles Hotel. After a very long hot walk we were ready for the tranquility of Raffles and a sumptuous lunch followed by the obligatory Singapore Sling (only one though at $28 a pop!!) Lunch was followed by a tour of Little India, but of a dump but quite an ...
We checked into our hotel room and promptly fell asleep, making sure we set the alarm for 4pm. After a shower and cup of tea we both felt quite good and spent the last few hours wandering around the airport facilities, we liked the butterfly house.
We worked out that we'd had breakfast at Heathrow airport on Friday morning, lunch on the plane then a light breakfast on Saturday morning as we came into Singapore. So we missed lunch entirely on Saturday and ...
... saw two cars coming together and damaging a front wing. It was also great to see the English driver win, Lewis Hamilton.
Following the race Jennifer Lopez was on the main stage and we stayed to watch with Steph and Dave before returning to our hotel. As everyone was leaving, the track was opened and everyone could walk down the track on their way out.
It was then back to Thailand in the morning.
... Food Centre which is well- known for its traditional food old there. After tea, we walk through Maxwell Road and came across the Red Dot Museum and took pictures in there. We saw a lot of interesting designs there that really took my breath away.