Fraser Suites Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... we told him we had no money, snatched back the gifts and raced off. We saw him at it again about an hour later near MRT station, where a local warned another tourist, who had actually parted with money. The river walk is wonderful.....joggers, cyclists and walkers populate both sides of the river, which is an attractive brown, which might be because of the engineering works going on underneath and ...
... Temple. I had to take my shoes off before entering and leave them outside. I did wonder if someone would take off with my shoes, they are only Havaiana flip flops, but still....... !! Anyway flip flops off, I entered the temple. It wasn't big but a lot was happening. People were just randomly kneeling and praying and other ceremonies were happening with monks/leaders (I am unsure of the correct terminology) I didn't understand what was happening but ...
... shipping tonnage, Singapore is the second busiest port in the world (after Shanghai ) and in terms of containerised cargo, it overtook its great rival, Hong Kong, several years ago. In 2010 more than 180000 ships called into the Port of Singapore. It has indeed come a very long way since Raffles identified it as a suitable place to establish a British trading post.
*Jumbo Fish Restaurant is hugely disappointing and expensive. The service was great, location ...
I arrived in Singapore feeling pretty shabby but I was met by the lovely Rodney who whisked me to my new flat where I was able to unpack, shower, shave and sh**, and generally get ready for the day ahead. The day presented no issues, Ferrin fetched me noodles for lunch and with a diet coke a habit/ritual began. At the end of the day Rodney picked me up and we faced our first issue what to do for dinner, I had no food, no tea, no ...