Fragrance Hotel - Sapphire
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFragrance Hotel - Sapphire Singapore
Dirty little rooms far from center and MRT station. Not the best choice.
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Singapore is probably the weardest way to end a trip like ours.
It is the opposite of everything we experienced till now.
. People stare at us, not because we are tourists but because we wear tevas
. We use a tourist map instead of the Lonely Planet
. Life is more expensive than in Belgium
. We travel by hop on hop off …
Before we knew it we were back in Singapore but this time we stayed in a slightly better hotel with our own en suite bathroom:) Like our last visit here everyone still seems to be really well groomed and stylish.
The highlight of Singapore for me was Singapore Zoo.
Singapore zoo is unlike any other zoo I have ever been to and I …
... of bread. I didn't really get it. The heavens opened so we nipped back sharpish and had a group nap in Paddy's bed (the only room with sweet sweet air-con). In the evening Paddy's friends came round and we had some drinks and played a few games of beer pong. All of his mates are skateboarders so often the conversation was boarding related, e.g.: "the guy did a kick flip fakey into a nose slide so easily man". I ...
... of all aspects of the WWII in Singapore and more. We left Pasir Ris and our first stop was Changi Beach and the area where the Japanese gunned down many of the allied POW's. Next stop was the Jahor Cannon implants and the site where one of the Cannons still stand. Lastly was the Changi Museum and Chapel, obvious that it was a solemn and memorable part of the trip as all war memorial type museums are. Shurul ...
... boarding of the ride, I saw that people were giving to the guy at the entrance tickets. But then he asked if there were any single riders to fill in space and he let me pass without noticing. The ride was like a battle, humans against robots. I would've liked to do the Cylons one but it was 160 minutes of queue! so I did the other one. While I was doing those rides, Amelie went to do other attractions. She started by doing the Accelerator. In this ride you sit in yellow looking ...