Dragon Court Hotel
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... the car the doors will open on (all in their official language of English). Thanks, Singapore!
Chewing gum is banned. You can’t buy it in any store, and you get a fine if you’re caught with it. It’s illegal to spit, jaywalk, and smoke in most places, too. It’s lean and clean; and yes, with battalions of dizzying, soaring, modern skyscrapers standing guard, but with a tad of Asian kitsch sprinkled around for ...
... place with a very cool waterpark with dancing waters and moving parts, which was thoroughly being enjoyed today, as well as other special sights and activities for the many children in attendance. There was also various other garden showcases, such as the Chinese Gardens, Indian Garden and World of Plants. There was huge section called the meadow – commonly known as a “field” at home! They use this area for sports and concerts as well as other ...
The whole place was huge and I knew that I wasn't going to
get a chance to see it all but we had been told that the Cloud Forrest dome was
the better of the two so we walked though the Chinese and Indian gardens and
headed towards it.
The Dome was amazing. Stepping through the door you are hit
by the cool breeze coming from the impressive waterfall and it's a refreshing
change from the humidity outside. The dome is filled by a massive plant ...
Woken up at 5.15am by the alarm, got a taxi to the coach which left at 7am. Really luxurious coach! Big reclining chairs, a T.V each, breakfast, drinks and snacks, a blanket! I managed to catch up on some ZZZZ's whilst the others watched films. The journey took 5 hours.
Arrived In Singapore early afternoon, grabbed a bite to eat, then went to the hotel.
This afternoon, after another thunder storm, we took ...
... On a lighter note, High tea at Raffles Hotel was the highlight of the day and highly recommended if you get the chance. We opted for the Sparkling English wine that came from Tenterden in Kent. However, it was interesting that you went to get additional food from a help yourself buffet. We had dim sum, fruit scones, cake and fruit on the same plate along with chilli sauce to go with the savouries ( we didn't realise ...