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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... which I hadn't brought along with me). The light show was actually pretty boring compared to what I've seen in other cities, maybe it might be better from a different angle but I wasn't too impressed - still nice to photograph though.
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... in the area than I am probably because maybe they already visited the place and go to the place more often than I do. So anyway that is not the point, the point pretty much is that I had a lot of fun going around the heritage sites around Kampong Glam; we visited churches, mosques and temples. But that is not only what we confined ourselves too, we also went to some old looking shophouses and basically just went around the are ...
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10.30am - A trail at Kampong Glam. We're able to see the distinctive architectural legacy of Singapore's past. We're able to ...
... it was closed by the time we got there.
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Below are some of my favourite pictures of the animals that we saw.
... Trees (a crazy metal tree sculpture) was next and obviously we went up to the suspended walkway in the sky connecting the trees for another incredible view. The day finally ended after we walked another 100 miles over the Helix Bridge, to The 'Durian' buildings and Merlion water sculpture. Shattered! I realise these building names mean nothing to you so there's no point naming more of what we saw. It was all pretty cool though. Oh, ...