Fragrance Hotel - Rose
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The room was dirty the hotel had school children screaming down the hallways and the reception staff were very rude. Would not recommend and will never stay at another Fragrance Hotel.
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... brand new Singapore sports hub. It's amazing and has a full aquatics centre, rugby pitches, athletics track etc.. It really is like a mini Olympic park. We were lucky enough to see Sharapova and Radwanska play each other... The play was really exciting but Sharapova finally won. We also went up the marina sands bay sky park which had beautiful views; to Sentosa, where I met the family after work for some delicious banana and walnut ...
... prices and found just what we were looking for in the Chinatown Complex as there was a huge canteen filled with various stalls selling mouth-watering dishes for rock bottom prices! Chinatown itself was probably one of the nicest we have been to although to be honest it didn’t remind me of China itself due to the sheer amount of tacky nonsense being flouted, that was more like Thailand’s standards!
After our food we made our way to the Marina Bay Sands ...
... not 'cheap' much less than the Chilli Crab restaurants along the river at Clarke Quay) - if you are going to Singapore and want Singapore Chilli Crab without having to mortgage the house, I recommend this place. Only problem is that only a few of the staff speak any English as it is frequented by a dominantly Chinese clientèle - the Manager however is fluent in English. The attached photos were taken post feast as ...
I'm sure all the players awoke with a degree of excitement for the day ahead, we were to play on The Padang, a ground that the Australian team played on in 1959 and which had hosted One Day Internationals.
Unfortunately the rain was belting down during breakfast and while we were waiting for taxis. However, we had been informed a bit of rain would not be a problem.
We duly queued for the taxis, a 12 man line in royal blue. As the first ...
Using the 4As of collaboration with industry, the first A will be amenities and what we have found there are basically a visitor service centre in the heart of the Malay heritage centre museum a few F&B outlet, toilets in the restaurant and mosque.
And from our point of view there are a few recommendation for improvement, for example instead of just having toilets inside the restaurant and mosque ...