Ascott Raffles Place Singapore

Address: 2 Finlayson Green, Singapore, 049247, Singapore | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion, MacRitchie Nature Trail, Cavenagh Bridge, and UOB Plaza.
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      Hot in the Lion City

      A travel blog entry by alphadog on Mar 08, 2015

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      ... br>
      T and I went for dinner at a food court in the Raffles Centre which is across the road. A bowl of chilli beef or chicken was probably not the best idea but hey the locals were out in force so why not us.

      After dinner we went back to the Hotel and since it was happy hour we ordered 2 Singapore Slings from the bar. Very sweet and refreshing. After a walk around the block we called it a night.

      More tomorrow!

      Singapore Sling

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Feb 20, 2015

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      ... included an Ayurvedic treatment where I leaned me head back over the edge of the table/bed and warm oil was lightly drizzled on my forehead and entire head, dripping through my hair while someone massaged my scalp. It was a very unusual massage experience, and it took about 3 liters of shampoo to wash the oil out of my hair afterwards.

      On Friday the 20th of February Candace and I took a spontaneous day-trip to Singapore. Why Singapore, you ask? Her ...

      Conquering Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by samanthannec on Feb 08, 2015


      ... parts of China, gambling is illegal so this is where people flock to lose money on machines, card games, and watch the odd show. We saw a very intoxicated middle-aged Asian man stumble through customs holding a beer, so that really set the tone. Macau wasn't quite on the scale of Vegas, nothing really is, but it was interesting to see all the same. Although we didn't bet, it took us three or four rounds to understand one of the games they're ...

      The flight's part of the holiday

      A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Jan 29, 2015

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      ... After only 30 minutes we were in the air and on our way. We had paid an extra £60 each for extra legroom, not that Chris needs it, and were pleasantly surprised to see that we had bulk head seats with a good 5 feet of legroom between us and the emergency exit. So far so good but there were two "life ruiners" on the middle aisle in front of us so it might not be plain sailing after all! The flight entertainment was ok, as were the meals but 12 hours in a flying tin ...

      Enjoying the Western enclave of Singapore

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Jan 17, 2015

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      It was clear from the very beginning that Singapore was unlike any other Asian city we had visited so far. As we drove from the airport to our hotel, we immediately noticed a refreshing absence of scooters and motorcycles, the roads were clean and uncongested, there was beautiful landscaping everywhere, the buildings were modern and elegant, and we could see lovely parks and gardens throughout the city. To top it off, during our four days in Singapore, we didn't see ...