Fragrance Hotel - Selegie
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFragrance Hotel - Selegie Singapore
We its just like Teri and I to leave booking a Hotel to the very last minute found this place online as we left the airport and was amazed at how small the room was. Big enough for a double bed with an additional wet room. Very quite and a small added bonus of a roof terrace Pool.
As a place to lay your head we have had no complaints. Internet was 10 SGD for 24hr access we found a great little food place across the road and had two set meals of Rice, Chicken in an amazing sauce, vegetables, veg soup and a couple cans of coke for 16 SGD
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... bus to JB which took another 40 minutes then bought tickets for a third bus to take us from JB to Singapore.
This latter bus left every ten minutes, so one came pretty quick. There was a lone female traveller from some European country who was making the same journey as us from Mersing to Singapore. She also got on the same Singapore-bound bus, but for some unknown reason she decided to get off and wander around the bus ...
We second flight from Syd to Singapore. What a **** sleep so much turbulence and babies crying I slept nothing of that 8 hours. Ah just need sleep. We arrived in Singapore at midnight of course nothing is open. some duty free stores.
... air tram. The enclosures (no cages thank goodness), were defiantly animal friendly, large, clean, lots of vegetation (no concrete), so you really had to look for the animals, which was great. What was not great, were the people. I sound like I am exaggerating when I say "most" but I swear, most, of the people walking through were so inconsiderate not only of the animals but of us. Kids out of control, running around, banging enclosures and glass, yelling at the top of ...
... the 20 bucks for the lift to go up to the viewing area with the hordes of tourists, which seems a tad steep to be honest, I’ve read that there’s a club up there, Ku Da Te, that you can go up to for free and view Singapore from there which is what I’ve decided to do.
I head up in the lift to the 56th floor and think about the last time I was on the 56th floor of a building I zip lined down it but given that ...