Fragrance Hotel - Balestier
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We joined Tony for breakfast in his room as the view across the garden from his balcony is stunning. It was fun going back over things that have happened, funny experiences and highlights of the day. But a Singapore Sling at Raffles was calling, so we jumped back on the hop-on bus.
Raffles was way bigger than I thought, and absolutely beautiful. The doorman looked magnificent in his ultra-white suit, ...
... also known as the “blood” or “red” moon – the closest full moon will be to earth this year. With all the haze today we thought we might not see it, but lucked out! Though it was hazy and still small in the sky, we did manage to get it into a few of our pictures.
After being at the Gardens by the Bay for about 8 hours – it was time to find supper and home. We walked through the entire Gardens, so we must have ...
Today is Sunday and my third day in Singapore.
There is a haze in the city due to pollution coming from illegal fires in Indonesia so it is not advised to do sport outdoors.
I arrived on Friday afternoon and went cycling with Erwann and his son Illan around their area.
On the second day went swimming in ...
... show which was made especially for the 50 yr celebrations of Independence. We went to Satay By The Bay for a snack and some cold refreshments. After watching the light show,we went to the rooftop bar for the spectacular views over the bay,with all the hotels and buildings lit up in the night sky. Singapore certainly knows how to do it with ...
2nd September 2015.
Our first full day in Singapore and I have to say the humidity makes it tough! However, besides that I have to say that Singapore is a remarkable country. I knew of some of it's achievements but to hear more and to see it first hand is something different.
We had an informative guide on our tour of the city this morning and this is what I've learned:
1) There are no homeless people in Singapore nor is there a pension or minimum ...