Orchard Parksuites By Far East Hospitality
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... UK. Drivers even stop at zebra crossings. We then went to the new and high tech Gardens by the Bay at Marine Bay and paid a fair amount to visit the huge air conditioned indoor biomes. Unlike the Eden project, they are trying to keep the heat out. It was quite breathtaking. Then we went to the Maxwell Road Food Centre where they sell hawker food - the local term for street food. It ...
... train through Malaysia to KL which would have taken 7 hours, but after some last minute research we found a flight for £20.50 each that only took 1 hour! A great find and something we would recommend to do as it actually worked out cheaper than taking the train! We will also be getting the train experience later in the week when we go on to Penang and then Bangkok.
So now we are in the city of KL, Malaysia's capital!
Laura and ...
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Once everyone was settled the stewardesses and stewards came around with refreshing hot towels, booklets noting Singapore Airlines meal service and drink options for the Osaka to Singapore flights only, complimentary nylon pouches with a pair of socks as well as a toothbrush and toothpaste for our overnight comfort, complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink service ...
... there, as well as an underwater world, bars and restaurants, tobogganing, ice creameries, a weird place where that simulates skydiving but it's indoors, and, as you can see in the photos, cable cars (which were amazing, but I think it would have been better if the floor of the cable car was made of glass, because... Well just because). It has everything, gardens everywhere and I also saw a peacock. I'm not going to lie, it scared me a lot. So we spent the rest of the day there, soaking ...
... of traditional burials the bones were grouped together by type so there's stacks of leg bones inter dispersed with skulls. It's fairly macabre but also fascinating and it goes on and on with many cemeteries included. Visitors are free to wander through unescorted with the occasional security person to keep an eye on things. It's a bit damp and cold and definitely not for the claustrophobic. Phillip had to keep ducking so he wouldn't hit his head on ...