Harbour Ville Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... generate power for the entire complex. They are partially covered in plant material that will eventually grow to completely cover the supporting structure. They recycle all plant material in their biomass furnace and collect rainwater to irrigate the domes and the gardens. From an energy and environmental aspect the Gardens are self sustaining. The pictures attached will tell the story ...
With the well-establish train in Singapore, getting there is easy, you can just take the MRT on the North-Line and get off at Chinatown Station (NE4). Proceed to the Exit A and it will brings you right into the vibrant Pagoda Street filled with lots of pre-war shophouses which had a layout of ethnic design and wooden shutters lined both sides of the street. Even though it’s not ...
... as he didn't know what the Singaporean flag looked like but it turns out all is well!) After exploring at the drop off point and watching what we thought was the fireworks, we found a bar that Hayden had read about called level 33 - a brewery bar up on level 33 of one of the financial buildings at the waterfront. We got up the top just as an amazing fireworks display started (better than the Wellington annual ones - ...
... amp; cashew nut chicken.. Yum. Cam had a massive tiger beer too. The most expensive dinner for $60, but well worth it, nice change from eating in food court too lol. It's so cool being so far from home and so easy to find a nice restaurant! Lots variety everywhere. Chinatown full of Chinese decorations and random bits & pieces. We trained back to City Hall, went through ...
... colourful little shops, stocked with goods for sale. And I loved the brightly coloured lanterns everywhere. We, or should I say I, decided to walk to Clarke Quay. We must have walked miles tonight by the time ...