Metropolitan YMCA Singapore
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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There's this three day museum pass you can get for $20 and it lets you into about six museums, so two per day.
The first day I went to Reflections at Bukit Chandu, where they explain the Japanese attack on Singapore and what led to the surrender of the British troops during World War II.
Then I ...
Woke late after a terrible nights sleep. Body clock just refusing to reset! Breakfast, packed and checkout over we tried to find the bus stop to one of the city tours so we could get to the last place we wanted to visit - the garden in the bay. Eventually worked it out and got on aware our ticket, valid for 24h, only had 30min left! Bit cheeky here but since no one seemed to be checking we went along with the remainder of the tour just hoping we would get ...
... after showering and slapping copious amounts of moisturiser on Hazel we went to the lobby for complimentary canapés and alcohol before booking a spot on that evening's tour to the Night Safari. I've always been cynical about tours. Rushed itineraries, doing it their way, it all just didn't appeal. But the Safari was not near a metro station and the tour price includes transport, entry and dinner and was a lot cheaper than doing it ourselves. The Night ...
... We were not happy campers by the time we got on the train.
Found our station with no problem and began our walk to the hotel. It was a hostel with tons and tons of stairs. We carried our bags up and were given our room (I reserved 2 nights, but they only had one listed) 2nd night was going to be $84 for the 2 of us in a dinky 4bed dorm room with the bathroom on another level. Not quite what we expected. But toast, coffee ...
... with room stay - little luxuries that go a long way to remebering any hostel or hotel.
The hotel next door to Hangout @ Mt Emily were hosting a day wedding during our stay and we were serended to sleep each night with faint Van Morrison and Michael Buble tunes. Tranquil and serene, like Singapore city itself. A far cry from the madness and hustle and bustle in Malaysia.
EAT: Seah Street Deli is located just by the ...