Fragrance Hotel - Pearl
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our time spent in Singapore was brief however we did get a feel of the famous city/country on our 13 mile walk from our hotel in the red light district to the downtown city center and back. Since everyone talks about how immaculate Singapore is, we couldn't help but notice cigarette butts and small trash on the streets, men shooting snot-rockets …
... I just Googled those moves in case you needed more proof of how little I understood). Oh and a guy called Daichi - spelling probably wrong - filled his mouth with chickpea snacks which cracked me up, they were so very dry. After this we headed out to Orchard Road - the Oxford street of Singapore - to do some skating. I was so impressed; they were flipping their boards round, going down stairs, jumping over rails and ...
... air-conditioned restaurant, refuelled and cooled off. The afternoon was going quickly and we wanted to change before our pick-up to the Night Safari.
A quick freshen up back at the hotel, and then we were picked up for the Night Safari. That was a tremendous experience, and so well organised. A purpose-built tram took us through a rain forest and different environments, with examples of African, South ...
... except there are a few “local” specialty items, such as the Teriyaki burger. We noticed the prices were virtually the same or a little lower than home. Tonight, Greg peeked in at Burger King and noticed the same, and KFC was a little pricier than at home.
We did consider “Kenny Rogers Roasters” tonight but found it overpriced – now in fairness, we have never eaten at a “Kenny Rogers Roasters” before, but we ...
... around and explained everything from Day 1 of the WWII in Singapore, through the fall of Singapore and along to the surrender of Japan on the 12th of September 1945. It was a fluke that we visited all this on the 70th Anniversary of the end of the Singapore Invasion. Once completed was back to the Pasir Ris MRT and back to the hotel for a rest before heading across to the Funan Mall for a sticky beak at Computer type ...