Village Residence Clarke Quay By Far East Hospitality
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... the extent of Susie's sightseeing of Melaka. On the way back to the hotel we went to a little burger restaurant called the Baboon House, which was a bit poncy. It was very arty and quite cool, but you weren't allowed to take photos inside, which was a shame as I liked the look of it. In the evening we went for a drink in a cafe near us, and had a little chat with the owner, trying to decide where we were going to go next. The plan was to spend a couple of nights in Johor Bahru, which ...
... is covered in a smoke haze from the Indonesian/Malaysian fires, so visibility is not good, just a haze but no smell of smoke. Lots of Singaporeans wearing face masks.
Singapore is celebrating 50 years of independence and this is very evident in some of the places we have been. 30% of Singapore is now made of reclaimed land.
Saturday 3rd October: Today is the AFL grand final between ...
... was the only day we had there without too much haze to not be able to see the skyline. Grand Prix mania everywhere, went into the local mall and had a beer in an outdoor shack bar (2 NZ pints to prepare us for flight) and then headed to have food at the Rasapura chain. So yummy and only $20 dollars for delicious dim sum! Back to the apartment to finish ...
... vitamin related so bad but nothing with no meat..) and life was a bit brighter again! Then I got on the flight, and ended up in Singapore! I decided to leave my luggage and go all adventurous by taking public transportation to the hostel. To be honest that was a lot more straight forward than expected! I seem to have booked a hostel in Arab street, but it is tourist oriented here and actually the street is very cute! (Thanks for the advice ...
... to see, not a place to stay. But with over 2641 room, 100% booked solid for the next 6 weeks and 9000 members of staff this hotel is buzzing and with the pool being a HUGE attraction chilling is not an option.
So back to our room for a quick change for breakfast in the club room. 20 minutes later we were sitting at a two seated table on the 55th floor looking out over Singapore bay and the Garden of the Bay below us which we ...