Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived in the early evening local time, checked into the lovely modern Eco hotel Parkroyal on Pickering, equipped with a "roof" deck infinity pool (jutting out of the 5th floor of the 16 storey building), and set about trying to adapt to the time zone with a quick swim before heading out for some food at Lau Pa ...
... model of the linear induction motor. He became professor of heavy electrical engineering at Imperial College in 1964, where he continued his successful development of the linear motor. Hurrah for the British. This is a dream come true as the only one I was aware of is in Japan so I never thought I would ever ride in ...
... So we then joined the queue at the ticket machine. The ticket machines don't take credit cards and won't accept anything but $2 and $5 notes for tickets costing less than $5. We weren't the only tourists caught out by this but at least we didn't have to queue three times because we had change. After checking into our hostel we collected our F1 tickets and had dinner by the side of the road while we watched peak hour traffic go by. I had BBQ stingray. It was nice. Movie watched - X & ...
The past couple of days I've been in search for a soul. Not my own no, but Singapore's. Coming here, I was ready to be swept away by the ever pulsing energy of a true business portal. Ehmm.. no. Don't get me wrong, Singapore has everything. It is extremely clean, organized and modern and it is always exactly clear where you're supposed to be and what you're supposed to do. The buildings are tall and shiny, the people seem to be very wealthy and business definitely is the ...
... to hear local political speakers, people from the community, play games, eat free snacks, get free MRT/cash credit cards, For the first time ever, the country got to hear a recording of the proclamation of the country's independence read by Lee Kwan Yew in 1965. The atmosphere was festive, yet formal with tones of veneration. Singapore has a large amount of pride in themselves and they have great reason! They are an incredibly diverse country with very few political, social ...