Village Residence Robertson Quay By Far East Hospitality

Address: 30 Robertson Quay, Singapore, 238251, Singapore | Condo
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This condo, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Chinatown, Singapore History Museum, Fort Canning Park, and G-MAX Reverse Bungy.
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      A travel blog entry by siobhandenniff on Nov 03, 2014

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      Day 1- We arrived at in the evening, all we did was check in at the hostel and go out for dinner. They have loads of open air food courts where you can get dinner for about £2. we had chicken and rice and decided to avoid the frog porridge. Day 2 - We had breakfast at the hostel, it's very fancy, there is a proper coffee machine. Then we went to China Town, as you'd expect it's where all ...

      Our last Singapore day

      A travel blog entry by tiki888 on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... was a chair lift that takes you to the start of the luge. Megazip was like a big flying fox that took you 450 m in less than 60 sec. It was the second best. The best was IFly ,which was like skydiving inside a tunnel. We had to get into a suit, which had knee pads, and put ear plugs in our ears under our goggles and helmet. Then we went on the Segway. It was sort of short and a bit disappointing but that was ...

      Raffles Hotel, Singapore

      A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... the Presbyterian Church where we were invited into the church hall by a delightful 88 year old lady, Esther, whose family were originally from China. She gave us coffee and told us about some of the history of the church, before we met some more of her friends, young and old, who were attending Bible classes. Finally we were introduced to the Minister, a very elegant Singaporean gentleman who had studied at St ...

      Time to explore!

      A travel blog entry by isabeln on Aug 31, 2014

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      ... clothes and fire around him. After we were leaving to go back to the MRT (the train system), we saw one shop that sold two types of pork floss! Crunchy pork floss and soft pork floss, I chose the crunchy one because the man said it was the best. Pork is awesome, it tasted very crunchy, crumbly and was delicious and I loved it because it tasted just like pork. After the MRT we walked along the river and waited for a boat to come. ...

      Culture shock

      A travel blog entry by thebes on Aug 23, 2014

      ... to the golf range. I imagine that this process of getting shepherded from activity to activity was commonplace for all children and a great way as a parent to have a working life in the city whilst your offspring enjoy the comfort of a fully serviced childhood. I used the term of 'almost perfect' in reference to bringing up a child here. It is an incredibly sheltered lifestyle. Whilst great when very young, I can imagine that teenagers who stay here to long ...