Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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... not being allowed to go a certain way but having to follow the
arrows even though it was quiet and there was no queue to cut, seemed
to pull the fun out of it a bit but still, would recommend again if
you have more than just a few days in Singapore.
On another day we headed over to the
two nearest islands of Singapore; St. Johns and Kusu. Picture the
perfect scene for a mental asylum breakout movie; spotlights, watch
towers, fences, barbed ...
... of the horse as well as big gold coins all over to represent good fortune so together it all made for a spectacular view! The shops were also awesome but I was a good girl and didn't buy anything aha. For lunch Kate took us to this authentic Chinese place where we got a variety of dumplings and spring rolls that were just unreal! Now that our bellies were very full we went to the Singapore Harbour where we got to see the famous Marina Bay Sands Hotel ...
... were staying, definitely had an air of fanciness and the area's attractiveness to the monied was confirmed the next day when we passed an island owned by Ric************ during a boat trip. I suppose he must get bored of Necker sometimes, poor love. There were guests in residence but we didn't get a glimpse of who was in town. My guess is it was his kids and their mates. Whoever it was also had a private ferry for their sunset parties and ...
... accosted by a transvestite prostitute. It was a perfect start to our trip! The next day we moved in with the Magnificent Masons who shared their 9th floor condo with us for the next week. Singapore can be quite expensive so their kindness really helped us last a bit longer in Singapore and Hannah and Roger’s company was pretty awesome too. Between them and Hadie (an old Curtin Uni friend who I had not seen in a decade) we kept quite a busy social ...
... to open. 2
$8 Heinekens at a backpacker bar later and realized I wasn't in
Thailand anymore. Once the Indian joint opened I went back over only to
discover they were booked for the night and ended up going with a backup
plan which was still better than anything available in Nola.
On our 2nd day we headed downtown and inadvertently got caught up in the
largest mall of all time on our way to the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service