Leonie View Residences by Far East Hospitality
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... the money we could have spent shopping and splurged on a cocktail. After all, a cocktail is what enticed me to visit Singapore. We enjoyed our first and only cocktail at the Raffles Hotel. For a whopping $33 you can enjoy an infamous Singapore Sling in the Long Bar and throw your peanut shells on the floor. $33 are you kidding me? We almost didn't go because Kristen refused to buy into the tourist trap. The Raffles Hotel is on every tour buses destination ...
... she told me was exactly right.
When I got into town, everyone I came across was extremely friendly to help. Even before I got into town - on the bus, I asked another passenger where I needed to get of to transfer to the MRT, and she told me, confirming what my friend at the station said. And when she got off the bus, she made a point to tell me that my stop, the Interchange, would be the next one. The MRT booth ticket agents ...
... and spent it as a group wondering around the city in an attempt to take in as much of the culture- or lack of- that Singapore has to offer. Generalizing, we concluded that Singapore was an amazing city and one that we would have all loved to spend more time at, if money wasn't a concern. The Westernized city was certainly one that we loved visiting and didn't feel far from home (English is the most popular language and Christianity is the second most popular religion).
... s a collection of pretty up market street hawkers assembled together - the food is very decent, and not a bad price either. Highly recommended if you want a quick bite and you're staying at the MBS. Certainly compares favourably with the $35 hamburgers at the hotel restaurant. That was enough for one day. We took a quick peak at a few of the shops around the centre, but basically called it a night and caught up on the sleep backlog. Goodnight ...
Arriving in Singapore is beautiful, we both could instantly see the city looked awesome.
We where dropped at a place called plaza, its on the major highway, its not a bus terminal as such but we had a map of the streets in advance and it was a twenty minute walk to our hotel.
Instantly you spot how clean it is... its totally spotless, beautiful and fresh smelling air. :)
Chewing gum is banned in Singapore, there is a large fine if seen spitting it out and ...