Aqueen Hotel Balestier
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAqueen Hotel Balestier Singapore
Not the greatest area but for $100 Canadian you can't get more in Singapore. 10 minute walk to lavender subway which will get you anywhere
Breakfast buffet was included and I ate alot of it the two days me and mf gf stayed here
If you can find better for the price great It it does the tric though. . Without paying $200 and up a night
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... car back. As it was the weekend the place was chocka & it was busy, I tried to get Phil on the Luge but he it felt it was too tame! We had a lovely evening back here with Rebecca & Kevin at the marina enjoying a late swim and dinner. Today we think there has been a little brown visitor on the boat so going to get some bait just in case and do all our clearance stuff as we want to get away to Puteri early in the morning. Catch you in Malaysia. xoxo
... going on, apparently it was sculptures from artists all over the world and they were on show up and down the whole street for 3 months, straight away we spotted a statue of Kate Moss in a yoga position, it was nice to see a British artist involved in the exhibition. We got out our map and started to walk in the direction of the gardens but after looking at the time we realised we wouldn't have enough time to get there and back and get to Merloin Park so we had to make a ...
... we went for breakfast before going to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel. It is the tall hotel with a Boat shaped structure at the top spanning across 3 towers. We got the lift up to the 57th floor and had a couple of drinks sat at the Sky Bar which is at the front of the Boat. It was so high our ears popped in the lift!
It was then on to Clarke Quay for food and drinks before making our way to the circuit ready for the ...
... IT version of Bunnings, the ladies managed to snare some goodies from a market called OG. We used the MRT to a place called Bugis where the IT building was located. The train reaches speeds of 100 mph/h and makes the city very accessible. We had a Yum Cha from 1500 - 1730. The food was delicious but way too much. A visit to Gardens on the Bay will conclude the day. Looking forward to catching up soon Our love David & ...
... connected with the olden days. Chinatown's street markets (Along Trengganu and Smith Streets) sells quality and decent local products. For the best shopping/eating experience, the elderly can walk along the streets of Smith Street, Mosque Street, Pagoda Street. There are also great hawker food whereby elderly can sample on Smith Street.
It's an amazing experience @ Chinatown, a place which offers both old and modern architectures.