Hotel 81 - Sakura
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... by our bus driver, Coach Captain Hall, and our hilarious tour guide, Jeremy. After many jokes and a brief background of Singapore's history, we were dropped off at Clarke Key, an old port by the river in Singapore that is now a hub for bars, restaurants, and shops. After walking around and taking pictures, we boarded a boat for a river tour and observed the city from a different perspective while being educated about Singapore. We then drove around the city while stopping at ...
... and he said if we were ever in Singapore to go stay with him. He is from Donegal and teaches Geography and History in an international French school (it's almost my dream job). He is one of the best story tellers but tells the worst jokes! We arrived just after 4am ish and couldn't get hold of Liam. We signed in at the front gate to this very snazzy apartment complex but were told there was no block 7. The woman at the gate suggested it may be block 14 but that she didn't know. We ...
... previous pleased BnB'ers. Two dorm beds were £30 a night. Cheap for the city.
We dumped our bags in the large secure lockers and walked to Little India. Singapore is a mix of Chinese, Arabic and Indian culture. The first language is English and you pick your second, depending on your Heritage - from Madarin, Malay and Tamil. Some of the best and the most affordable food can be found where these cultures concentrate. We sat in the steamy Tekka Centre where I finished a ...
We are supposed to plan for 2 70's couple coming from hong kong so I have.
This are some places they can go when they are around bugis area.
Firstly I would start with the kwan im tong hood cho temple and sri Krishnan temple which is just beside each other which will be located along 178 Waterloo St, 187964 this are some picture of the temple.
This is the kwan im ...
... club for free champagne while watching the sunset. Our evenings entertainment was to be the wonderfull light and sound show at Marina bay, so we walked down to the Bay Area and across the helix bridge, along the Marina promenade past the oddly shaped science museum, and took up our position just after the glassy Louis Viutton shop. The show was amazing, fountains, lights and images projected onto clouds of mist and bubbles seemingly appearing from nowhere with ...