Fragrance Hotel - Imperial
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... wildlife. They even had a fake igloo for the kiddies to play in.
Another unique thing about the zoo was their koala mania. EVERYTHING had a koala. There were signs with each named koala dressed in a cute accessory hanging from the ceiling, they were on posters and official signs and they could be pet in the large koala exhibit. I did not quite understand the explosive passion for them. Yes, koalas are precious, but they are not native to the area. I would ...
... another 12 resorts. The colours within the atolls are gorgeous.
It was a very close connection for us for our Singapore Airlines flight as we arrived with less than hour to departure and were still waiting on bags to be delivered let alone check in, immigration etc.
I was a bit stressed...but we made it. Thankfully we had a spare seat on the plane so could spread out a ...
... beer in the teak panelled bar of the Strand, amongst the local ex-pats holding meetings, before heading to the airport. As usual we arrived exactly on time, in spite of the traffic chaos. The plane arrived on time and we were off.
As predicted we arrived in Singapore on time and had the correct amount of time to transfer between our terminals for the perfectly on-time flight to London.
Bye Bye Asia
... to even cross a road when travelling. I can't see my parents doing that. But sure. I'm prepared for that. What I wasn't prepared for was the following story....
Dad wakes up early. He likes to go for a walk, see the sights, people watch, talk to any of the said people if he gets a chance. (He was also very popular for leaving the hotel room so Mum and I could still sleep another few hours!!). Our second morning in Singapore - the day we ...
J'ai appris aujourd'hui que la population de Singapour s'élevait au-dessus de 5 millions d'habitants dont 76% sont d'origine chinoise, 14% d'origine malaise et 8% de l'Inde; les autres viennent de partout dont de pays occidentaux. C'est le 2e pays au monde avec la plus grande densité de population: 7,126 habitants par km carré. Il y a 4 langues officielles: l'anglais, le mandarin, le malais et le tamoul. Singapour a obtenu son indépendance de ...