Ambassador Transit Hotel Terminal 2
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmbassador Transit Hotel Terminal 2 Singapore
Its the first time I have had to pay by the hour, but we had a delay of 9 hours between flights, so it was the perfect choice, Its not cheap but still better than walking around the terminal all night. The room was clean and well maintained. I would certainly stay here again. The best thing about it was the fact that we didnt have to clear customs. The Hotel is in the middle of the terminal.
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Everything went smoothly and after a 7 hour flight we arrived at Singapore. When we checked in we were told that there were 2 others booked on our flight in the same tour group. On the flight Geoff went up and introduced himself. Singapore airport is huge, each terminal has a mini garden as a centrepiece. We took an internal train to terminal 2 …
The plan was for me to pick Geoff up at 10pm at work but…… He rang to say that he may not finish until 2am or even later. He rings me at 2am to come and get him, half an hour later we are off to Melbourne. I should point out that all things considered the drive down went well. It was a nice night and no Wallamaloos ( wallabies, wombats …
So not much of a start - just a travel day today. I managed to watch Kingsmen, Tomorrowland, Pitch Perfect 2, Inside Out and another movie I can honestly not remember on our 10 hour flight to Singapore. Arriving into Singapore was a new experience for me - having opted for comfort and ease of mobility on previous flights, before today I had never …
... Flyer for a picture of the 'not so glamorous when not in use' F1 paddock, the bus moved on to Chinatown. I decided to hop off here as I had read earlier online about a great little place for foot baths and reflexology, and having been on mine for the best part of 18 hours yesterday, I felt like a deserved a treat. After locating the parlour down a dingy Chinatown side street, I was pleasantly surprised upon opening the door to ...
... a very kyrgyz picnic at a river. A giant eagle also repeatedly joined our party. On the way to the river we also passed a very interesting site. A nazi hakenkreuz of trees build by german 2WW POW's. The 2WW is all present here anyway with monuments everywhere. As they suffered from really heavy casualties I really understand. The statement "central asia saved Moscow" might really be right. Now I am off to Kazarman and Arslanbop for a last hike before the ...