Century Plaza Hotel
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... Once you get to Woodlands you then have to clear Singapore immigration before heading into the city. The journey would need a bus/taxi to the nearest MRT (Metro) station or, in our case, a taxi straight to the hotel. However you look at it this last few miles is a bit messy so I think we will fly next time . . . . . . . it seems the sensible and easy option and maybe this is what the railway authorities really ...
... pizza she loved. After a nice lunch we went shopping at Bugis. One particularity about Bugis is that they included a street in the shopping mall by putting a ceiling over it. We went to buy a lot of cute bags and pencil cases from a shop called smiggle. There are also a few cute japanese shops there. We finished off by a short round by chinatown to buy a few more postcards before heading back to amelie's aunt's place to enjoy her grandmother's wonderful ...
... waiting to go into port presumably. The Marina Expressway travels underneath - 5 km of tunnel, some of which goes under the Reservoir, and they are currently building a new or extended MRT tunnel there too. The Port is visible between here and Sentosa Island - but the govt is planning to move it to free up more commercial/retail/leisure area. There is a cycleway all along the front, across the ...
... departure lounge.
I booked us a hotel in Bergen for later in the trip and Dylan looked at SIM card options.
Ran into Gary Larsen and had a good chat about the Waterboard before we boarded at 8:40, takeoff just before 9.
For a snack I had the cereal bar and water. I read some of my book and watched the view outside my window.
We landed at 10:10 and went to the baggage claim to collect our bags. We caught the tbus to the international terminal and ...
... was so much to see and discover from colorful orchids to exotic ginger blossoms, gigantic leaves and scary animals. We watched a big Malayan Water Monitor coming out of the scrubs but it just ignored us!
At dusk we took the subway to the waterfront were the skyscrapers of the finance district compete with the futuristic architecture of the Art and Science Museum, an American owned casino and the ...