Hotel Grand Chancellor Singapore
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Solo_rider stayed here on Feb 17, 2013 during their trip titled: World in my view.
More earthquakes last night. Called Singapore airlines lost & found, they said my bag did not go on the flight that arrived at 6:30am and air nz had just put it on a domestic flight so it will be flying Auckland to Singapore and arriving 7:00pm which is too late because well be on our way to delhi... They said when they have the bag they'll …
... they had a few shops that we recognised: Topshop, Warehouse, Clarks and New Look. There were plenty more too. We only went in one shop and then sat in a dessert shop enjoying the air conditioning. We tried some fruit dumplings. One was mango which was pretty tasty. The other was durian fruit, which is a huge, ugly looking fruit popular throughout SE Asia and famous for it's smell, which has been described by some as raw sewage. As we hadn't tried this yet ...
After Pangkor it was south down the peninsular headed for my flight out from Singapore. First up was Kuala Lumpur where I spent some time walking around the sights but concluded this was just a big city, modern and with new buildings but without some of the character of other places in Malaysia. I did however enjoy a trip up the Petronius towers - every bit as impressive looking down as looking up. Continuing south ...
... different terminal to grab a final dig at Macca's prosperity burger- a hint to Macca's: you have enough Asians in Aussieland to warrant rolling out the burger for the Lunar New Year!
Our 2 & a half hour transit was over before we knew it and it was soon time to board that A380 for Charlles-de-Gaulle to Le Paris. 14 hours remaining of international travel is standing in my way of planting my foot on European soil for the first time!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Grand Chancellor Singapore
Take it with a pinch of salt. This place is bustling with tourists from all over the world. Each country having its own taste, culture and regional requirements, it becomes practically impossible for the Hotel staff to please each and every guest. This is where it scores less.
The rooms are decent with basic minimums included. Located at Little India makes it a preferred property for people from India. Indian eateries closeby almost makes you feel at home.
Overall, if the expectations are balanced then the Hotel is a great place to put up while you enjoy the amazing hospitality of Singapore.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.