Regency House by Far East Hospitality
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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So we slept terribly - I woke up at 2am and was convinced it was time to get up and Mike tossed and turned all night. Gotta love a bit of jet lag. Urgh.
Still, after showering (me with cold water because I forgot to flick the all important switch) and applying our many layers of sun lotion and insect repellant, we set off to Chinatown. We wandered the streets, looking at the stalls with hundreds of ...
... side and and Campus of the National University of Singapore. The high rises downtown were a whose who of the financial giants. The boats and ports littered the sea and went on forever. I can only imagine how many containers are offloaded here each day. We found our apartment with relative ease and met the parents in law of the owner who was en route to Dallas Texas with his fiancée. ...
... people taking selfies. It is really pretty and of course fun to pose. Gardens By The Bay is an amazing place. It is beautiful and lush. We went into the 2 domes, which you pay for . The first was the Flower Dome. There are trees and plants from Australia, Africa, America, Asia and Europe (everywhere really). 1000 year old olive trees! Anyway, it was quite a spectacular display. There was also a Christmas village set up in the middle of the dome. The only ...
... has the busiest harbour in the world and having over 200 ships, both cargo and passenger, in it at any one time is not unusual. To cope they build high tower blocks and tunnel the roads underneath. They are very proud of how clean the island is. Tipping is generally frowned upon. The taxis are all owed by the government, are cheap and will always be driven by a local. Our driver seemed very positive that this was a good policy. Anyway 30 min later ...
... to that, I do 'misplace' a lot of things but they do usually turn up, not the Camelbak though. Unfortunately couldn't afford the replacement as it was about 40 quid so I had to settle for a picture of it instead. I went back to the hotel for a siesta as I was meeting Chaddy in the evening, really looking forward to seeing him, I haven't really hung round with him for a few years but when we ...