Regency House by Far East Hospitality
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
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... pictures will show what we saw. After that we walked to the Marina Bay Sands, a spectacular five star hotel. We snuck into the elevator for a ride to the top. Look at the pictures and appreciate the tall mature palm trees on the roof; 57 stories above the ground! From there the views of Singapore were amazing! After a visit to the very high end shopping mall that is attached to the hotel, we walked to ...
... side by side, a little strange we thought.
We took the train 2 stops down the line to Orchard Road, which we read is about 2 kms long and noted as Singapore's shopping and entertainment hub. This time we popped out of the underground and were held in amazement with the awesome trees lining the boulevard (so beautiful) and looking at all the HUGE designer stores - everyone who is remotely anyone, was represented and many more than once (like in Vegas!); to name ...
... both of which hold a special place in my heart. Other sections included Far Far Away (Shrek), Madagascar and Sci-Fi City (Transformers); as well as Hollywood and New York, which didn't really reference a movie, but was mostly used to house the gift shops and food outlets. I think the highlight of my day was the water rapids ride in Jurassic Park. I really enjoy water rides so this was right up my alley. So dad and I used our express passes, waltzed down to the front of the line ...
... For those who do not know, Daphne Ng was my LINK Partner at the University of Guelph for a semester. I showed her around the area and was a local source of information, opinion, and friendship. I invited her to my home to Vermont in April 2014 and we decided to swap roles this time).
Daphne arrived at 7:30am and we walked back to her place. Her father was nice enough to come and pick us up. A little sliding-door van with a company logo sat grumbling for us. Mr. ...
... Middle East, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, and local artists -- and much of it handcrafted. Had some nice conversations with a couple store owners who explained the pride in the handcrafted items and some history associated with it. Bought some nice items to bring home, and had a great Turkish lunch -- ahhhhh, the baba ganoush, hummus, & sultan beyti -- so good. Looking forward to our family trip next year to Turkey, as I do enjoy the ...