Village Residence Robertson Quay By Far East Hospitality
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we had a few errands to run, finish N's Brazil visa application and change some US dollars. The visa officer at the embassy was exceedingly nice and helpful but we encountered a problem with the new computerisation of their visa application system. They needed us to provide ...
... and pampered like Kings and Queens!
Following the spa treatment and massage, my wife and I took a stroll at Pagoda street in Chinatown, and had our dinner at the famous "Chinatown Seafood" restaurant. It has various mouth-watering local delicacies like pork belly, pepper beef and fried rice. The meal would not be complete with the finger-linking good, chilli and black pepper crab as well as the garlic prawns. At the end of our dinner, we ...
... with iconic food from local cultures all represented on one street. It is located on Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown which seeks to create the most authentic Singapore dining experience for locals and tourists. It have already been reconstructed with newly constructed high-ceiling glass canopy shelter and internal spot cooling system allow diners to indulge in culinary pleasures regardless of rain or shine. Now fully pedestrianized, visitors can dine in ...
... beds, I FaceTime-d Cady to show her the house.
The first night of showers were the worst. Immediately after turning off the water, I started to shiver uncontrollably as I dried off. The winter cold was especially prominent in the bathroom of Aunt Grace's house.
We soon went to sleep as there was nothing much to do at night.
... s Ball. Unlike the name suggests, the Scholar's Ball is really just a crazy club party for the Scholar's. From our hotel, we walked over to Zouk Nightclub. This event was more aimed at the older Scholar's (i.e., Senior Division high-schoolers) who were really having the time of their lives (brought back memories of my high school days). For the younger kids, the scene wore off quickly, but they enjoyed the loud music and crazy dancing for a ...