Metropolitan YMCA Singapore
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... included an interaction with dolphins, snorkeling with
tropical fish, swimming in glass line tubes through tanks of rays, fake wave
machines, tubes – all reached by a slow-moving river (a concrete channel, to be
more accurate) which circled the park enabling us to drift downstream, beaching
ourselves at the ride of our choice.
... considering it is in one of the most expensive and fanciest hotels there is), and we enjoyed throwing peanut shells on the floor, since this was apparently a "thing" there.
2 Singapore Slings, 1 Erdinger Weiss beer, and a Hamburger was 90€. This is more than we spent together on average, including everything, when in Malaysia.
The last night we went to Little India, and had a nice dinner for a reasonable amount compared to other parts of the city.
... floral displays and their conveniences deserve their "rating" stations which you cannot but vote "Excellent."
An interesting aspect of the airport is that people in transit or workers sleep in the most unusual places. Before we grabbed a quick bite of breakfast we checked out the airport bus. The booth was full of airport workers sleeping..... 5 in fact. When we went back just before 7 am all but two had fully ...
... and others do not get a cut - smart cookie. We have been lucky enough to get books free via the Vancouver Library site while we have been away but the waiting list was too long for book 2 so we bought it. We already have book 3 so there will be a lot of Harry in the near future. A little sushi for dinner and discussion of where to go after Thailand. Decisions ...
... The Asian Civilisations Museum does not get the greatest of reviews on Tripadvisor but SG definitely recommends a visit if you have time. It is located in old government buildings known as Empress Place, not far from Cavenagh Bridge and the iconic Merlion Park. It has exhibits that well illustrate the cultures of the various Asian civilisations. It’s just a shame that there is an entry charge for foreigners. Singapore residents are entitled to free entry. Not for ...