Fraser Place Fusionopolis, Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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A nice hotel in a good location
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Today we headed down to the bay and we went to lots of shopping malls. We walked on the F1 racetrack and crossed a bridge which looked like DNA (a double helix) to get to the lotus flower shaped science museum. We also visited the gardens by the bay. There we explored exotic plants of weird and crazy designs. There were different sections to the …
... way to a subway station. Its very difficult when there are no streets and only malls linked together underground with poor signage... we somehow ended up in the Pan Pacific Hotel. We casually made our way in one of the back doors and into a lift, and before we knew it we were once again feeling extremely under dressed. The view from this glass lift was flipping mental! There was an air hostess in the lift already when we got in, who ended up laughing at us while Nikki ...
... to call a taxi. All busy. So she set off in the car with Stevie and his luggage and managed to hail an empty taxi at some traffic lights and he was on his way! We were relieved to get a message from the airport to say he'd arrived in time. He's got to be in work tomorrow morning, but there's only a two hour time difference luckily. Back to winter in Tokyo!
I did some final shopping ( two dresses from Holland village and some Indonesian batik aprons ...
... did some shopping and bought a nifty zoom lens for the Ipad camera from the InSky shop. Touched down at 4pm local time. Easy to get through customs and into a taxi..great welcome at hotel. We are on 39th floor and a lovely view of river and city. Ventured to swimming pool on 57th floor-hard to photograph looking into the sun, then joined the hordes in the huge shopping mall under the hotel for singapore noodle dinner. Enough excitement for ...
... Malays, Indians (mostly from south India), Vietnamese, Thais, Indonesians and a smattering of Caucasians mostly from Australia. This diversity is reflected in their food which is both unique to Singapore but also retains the character of its origins. The people are very friendly and pleasant.
I could spend a lot more time here but tomorrow I'm moving on to Bali, and I'm ...