Broadway Hotel Singapore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBroadway Hotel Singapore
I really like how they treat there customers very well and I enjoyed the food and everything.
It was amazing.
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I arrived at the airport in Singapore at about 12:00pm and I was really sleepy from the flight. I looked around the airport for awhile then I went to get a taxi at the front entrance of the airport. I went to my hotel and went into my room and went to sleep in a second. When I woke up it was the late afternoon so I went to look around the area. The …
... celebrated in a couple weeks, and so there were reminders all over the place. The coming year will the Year of Goat. So at the conservatory, there were goats made of yellow flower blossoms. Very cute. From the conservatory, we wondered around the bay area taking in the sights like the "Double Helix" foot bridge which spans the river. There was a regatta taking place on the bay so we enjoyed watching the catamarans tacking back and forth with the gusty ...
... at Changi Airport. I met up with a friend and headed into the city for a bite to eat at Makansutra and then we strolled around Marina Bay, where the final preparations for Chinese New Year were taking place. The balmy weather and sultry sea breeze is a welcome change to the unbearable humidity back home and the lights of the city reflecting on the water of the bay was a magical ...
... costs something. They have built a cable car to get to the 'island' and it only costs $28 bucks - or you can walk 700M and gain entry to the island for a dollar. To get to the aquarium you needed to walk through an exhibition that talked about the silk route that boats used to take as trade started to take off. There were details about Vietnam and India and lots of informative stuff. We then found ourselves in front of an interactive ...
... of the colonial past. (The famous Raffles drink, the Singapore Sling, will set you back $40 per drink—Singapore is not cheap!)
We took a tour of the city, which we had visited seven years prior. A highlight of the day’s tour was a visit to the lush Orchid Gardens with its stunning ...