Moni Gallery Hostel
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... 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 allusive Raffles Hotel and offers American diner-style food - extra large hot dogs, monster sized cheescakes and root beer ...
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... you need to go through the Maritime Museum to get to it. That was good, took some pictures and learnt some new things about ship cargo from back in the days.. We got asked if we wanted to go into a theatre to experience a 360 degree typhoon. We thought, why not? So we went in. It turned out to be amazing, but such a sad story. The father died on the ship and the son was left to fend for himself on the ocean. As the 4D experience ended, we exited left and ...
... br> After that nightmare we need a beer. We stop at a bar/restaurant and have two local beers. The bill is fifteen pounds but because it is happy hour we get it for £7.50. Whew! This is our first warning that in Singapore food is great quality and cheap but alcohol is expensive.
Our hotel is right across the street from Raffles Hotel. When we were here before we went with Kathleen's sister and brother-in-law to have a Singapore Sling ...