Hotel 81 - Opera
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... ok we put our passports etc. in to find that it wouldn't open. On our way to breakfast we called in at the reception desk to report the hot water and safe issues. The Manager replaced the battery in the safe but the water was a bigger issue.
After finishing our breakfast we were informed that we were being upgraded as the water issue involved the entire wing.
We were given complimentary tickets for the Singapore Flyer, tickets which excited me no end given my fear ...
... what to eat.
Menus are displayed in pictures. I saw a funny riddle in a vegetarian
restaurant which went as followed: What did the vegetables say to get the party
started? “Lettuce turnip the beet.”
The hotel we stayed in,
“the Orchid”, has spacious rooms and ours was on the 10th. Floor.
There were so many light switches in the entrance of the room, to figure them
out was like playing the ...
... place. I just loved it.
There is also a boardwalk around the mangrove, and I love mangroves too. I tired myself right out walking between both ends of this park. I went home exhausted by extremely happy I had gone there. Definitely worth a visit.
... in Chinatown was a big Buddhist temple. There were about 5 monks constantly reciting chants whilst we were there - it looked like they were going to keep going all day and just swapped in and out for breaks. The temple was beautiful with huge intricate and colourful statues and a tapestry, a peaceful roof garden with orchids and some really interesting displays.
Lunch was calling so back to ...
... Singapore adventure. Singapore: The main highlight for me was, the Gardens By The Bay, a truly incredible green space with two massive dome glasshouses, one with a huge indoor waterfall and rain forest plants and trees and the other full of plants and trees from all over the world arranged into "gardens." The weirdest and most incredible part about the gardens were the giant flower shaped pillars that held up the sky walk about the rest of the gardens, they were totally bizarre ...