Fragrance Hotel Joo Chiat
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... just one night.
My first impression is how clean the city is. The roads sides are like manicured gardens were fallen leaves are quickly swept up to keep things tidy. In the early morning I had seen the under street passage way floors being moped, and glass hand railings being polished. Singapore is beautifully maintained, it's like the continually polished jewel of Asia.
We found it a little difficult ...
... but expensive buffet dinner in the hotel we went for an evening stroll along the river to Merlion Park. The Merlion is the national symbol of Singapore and is a lions head joined to a mermaids tail. Last time we were in Singapore the Merlion was being restored and was completely shrouded in scaffolding so it was nice to see it resplendent in all its glory. I managed to persuade Chris to have a second drink this evening, which is no ...
Up at 4.15am today, our flight to Singapore was at 7.40am. An 8hr flight getting us there at 12.40 as they are 3 hours behind. Our hotel Pan Pacific is lovely and near the Marina. Feeling very tired, we washed changed after unpacking again! And headed to Raffles Hotel famous for the Singapore Gin Sling, in the Long Bar we ordered our drinks and started to pick at the money nut ...
Today Terri's friend Katie took us on a beautiful hike for several hours. We climbed the equivalent of 15 stories over 2.91 miles. (Photo of FitBit to prove it) We crossed Henderson Waves, the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. We saw many plant species and beautiful views ...
... and engineering.
Marina Bay Sands: We celebrated my 1 year in Singapore here at the Sky park and Cheese & Chocolate Bar at the Marina Bay Sands. Infinity pool and the views are fabulous! We had a blast into the early hours of the next day. The icing on the cake: US swim team was there that night passing through from a swim-meet in Oz. We saw ‘em from afar.