Ambassador Transit Hotel Terminal 2
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... cakes, fruit, mini burgers, pizza and baby bells all for FREE!!! Wish we'd known about that earlier! Bored of waiting and we eager to benefit from our free 2 hour free pass to spend in the vip lounge we took a taxi to the airport 5 hours early. The airport is huge. It is very long with a butterfly garden, koi pond, lots of shops, a free movie theatre, a couple of lounges. It wasn't quite what I expected inside but it was very quiet and tranquil, like the rest of ...
The morning doesn't look promising as it is drizzling outside. Our plane doesn't leave until midnight and we don't have to checkout until six so we have a day to fill. Hope this is not going to be the shape of things to come! It's many years since we went to the Jurong Bird Park so we take a taxi there. We get there just in time for the end of the bird display but caught a singing parrot, the macaw fly past and the ...
It was Luca's 4th birthday today so we celebrated with a Birthday breakfast at 7.45am (very early for us!) we received some odd looks with us all wearing Spider-Man birthday hats!. So, goodbye Thailand, as well as the Rehli's and the Taylor's, seems weird being just us again. Hello Singapore. Whoop whoop, Singapore baby!!! Airport is funny, plants everywhere (orchids no less) even on the carousels! Got a cab fairly easily and headed to our hotel that we could see in ...
... be Barbie here, and not me! We started off in the Flower Dome, which had gardens from various countries, even an Australian one, but not a NZ one. It wasn't as flower filled as I had expected, but I guess different "times of year" there are different flowers. They had patches of new tulips, with one patch just starting to show colour, so it is an ongoing project, and logic tells me they change the "climate" for growing seasons. I wasn't ...
Next to the gardens there are three towers that hold a ship like structure which is the observation deck. It looks spectacular and you have apparently a great view over the city from it.
A park built around the old fort giving you a good glimpse of Singapore’s history
Bars, Clubs, Restaurants along the water.
Breath taking ...