Village Residence Clarke Quay By Far East Hospitality
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... for a drink, the hotel with the boat on top and the infinity pool. We did think about spending our remaining money on a night there but opted for 2 drinks for $55 instead... After not having wine in so long, it was definitely worth it... Oh and the view was amazing topped with an electrical storm in the distance! Next flight was our 11th flight of the trip and time to be reunited with the Reggies ...
... stands. There are loads of seats but all of them are full constantly. The food was great and worth going to if you want a local food market in a nicer part of the city. It is called Glutton's market I think, but it is easy to find. It is only 200m along the harbour from the bridge that leads over to Marina Sands. Back to the hotel using our new found confidence in public transport and off to bed. 15th April - Get onto the coach for Mersing in Malaysia and head for the ...
T and I went for dinner at a food court in the Raffles Centre which is across the road. A bowl of chilli beef or chicken was probably not the best idea but hey the locals were out in force so why not us.
After dinner we went back to the Hotel and since it was happy hour we ordered 2 Singapore Slings from the bar. Very sweet and refreshing. After a walk around the block we called it a night.
... agreed if he would agree to go to the 7/11 near us to grab one of his beloved pot noodles to eat later on. He argued his point of not being hungry but gave in to the compromise realising I was going to be right in the end. We thought we would get our laundry done as well, trying to be organised. This is the first place in Asia where we have had to do our own laundry. It was a shock to the system to say the least! We had to go over to a partnering hotel, one street ...
... at Happy Valley Racetrack. Basically a racetrack in the middle of the city where westerners flock to drink beer, watch semi-terrible yet entertaining magic shows, and bet on the races. I lost two races. Damn them. Imitation NYC wouldn't be complete without their own Time Square. I have never seen so many designer stores, street vendors, and people harassing you to go into their shops. Constant, "No, I don't want a fake watch, or my nails ...