The Forest by Wangz
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... decker bus to get to the Botanical Gardens. Singapore was so hot but the most beautiful, cleanest, and safest city I have ever been in! It is also a country, city, nation, state, and an island all in one...pretty cool right!? The native language is English but most of Singapore people were Chinese or Indian. The laws were extremely extremely strict! You could be fined for not flushing the toilet or chewing gum in public!! It's crazy! Anyway, we walked through the Botanical Gardens and ...
... and is over to help resolve the prolonged website outage and the (shhh...big secret) attack on their systems.
It seems someone (hmmm...Chinese Government???) has been tyring to hack their systems for guest details...mostly the casino guests this guy reckons, the high rollers.
So we're upgraded and given freebies because I mentioned their ****** website on TA, and the management are just a little sensitive about such issues. The IT guy reckons we should have screwed ...
... travel in and out is by bus. So, this morning we are off to the tourist information zone located in the mega shopping mall area of Orchard Road. We also need to get ourselves back to the canon shop as the lens has more problems than we thought. Armed with expert information we now have to try and find our way to a bus station to buy our tickets. After a few false starts and a complete circle we do eventually find our way and buy our tickets. We leave at 8 am, we have to check in at ...
... cost us £106. Worth it? I guess so. But not sure we can do too many evenings like that. After this, we found a great, quirky bar called The Green Door. I loved it here. You can sit outside, listening to some chilled out tunes whilst sipping on cocktails. Perfect. I so wish I had bought some cigarettes and enjoyed a fag here, it would have been delicious to sit and enjoy it after a long day with a cocktail, but alas I had none with me and I've not had one since Sunday, so ...
... was a giant lizard. Further research back at the hostel suggests that it is a Malayan water monitor.
After the gardens we tried to take a bus to Little India for lunch. In the end we thought that the bus was taking us to Serrangoon Road when in fact it was taking us to Serrangoon, an area well out of the centre. Thankfully the bus stop in Serrangoon was at a metro station and we were able to get the tube straight in to little India. We had lunch in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center