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... it and told us to go right. After walking for 20 minutes we decided that we had gone the wrong way, so we got a taxi to the hotel. A 10 minute walk from train to hotel turned into a 20 minute walk from train to taxi and a 10 minute taxi ride to the hotel. All part of the fun of travelling, so I'm told.
Hotel is nice. Room is not the biggest but it it is clean, comfy, air conditioned ...
... and having been there as recently as January with Helen, we opted for airconditioning and picking up a few items for the grandkids.
However, our local knowledge paid off at lunchtime. We have a favourite restaurant in Orchard Road – the Californian Pizza Kitchen - which we have been to a number of times before here and also in Hong Kong and in Dubai). They do the most delicious Thai Salad Crunch, the large portion of which at about ...
... and small portions for big money. The worst thing was that the seats were incredibly uncomfy and it was extremely noisy.
We left there as soon was we could and changed again, going out for a final walk around the Gardens of the Bay. Maybe this was step too far though as we were exhausted; it had been a long day and it turned into a bot of a trudge. We went back to our room and settled down in our huge bed for our last Singapore night.
... District. Reliable, convenient and affordable transportation is readily available from the city to take visitors to the park. You can hop on a bus or the metro if you prefer public transport but taxis and personal vehicles can access the location conveniently.
The park is open daily from 10am to 7pm.
The park consists of 7 themed zones, Far Far Away, Madagascar, Hollywood, New York, ...
... The music was symbolic of the different cultures found in Singapore and some patriotic tunes were played as the trees became red and white (the national colours).
When it ended, we checked out some side paths then headed over the Dragonfly Bridge toward the mighty Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Shopping Centre. Marina Bay Sands is the new iconic silhouette in Singapore. Finished in 2011, it boasts over 2,500 rooms, a casino, restaurants, theatres, a skating rink, ...