Fragrance Hotel - Sunflower
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... I was only up for one. Okay, as someone who has studied animal welfare and behaviour, I was quite impressed with the design. There are no cages in the zoo, just the design of each enclosure is made to ensure each creature (human and not) stays where they should. Some animals are acclimatized to go free-range. We saw some lion-mane tamarines and birds free ranging it. The best one was as we were walking down a zoo road, some movement overhead caught my attention. I looked up ...
... the hotel itself and the infinity pool. You can only access the pool if you are a hotel guest. The room was very nice.
It is incredibly crowded on the foyer with tourists everywhere, and with 2500 guest rooms there are plenty of guests too. With a casino, mall, 60 restaurants, a theatre, the gardens by the bay etc - you could spend days here without leaving the site. it was perfect for our stay. However, if you are looking for some peace and quiet, and to sit by a pool ...
We each had a hot plate, paul had double burger, I had chicken and scallop; both came with rice and a soup, it was $20 SG, which is £10! Bargain!
Once full, we went into the museum. We paid £15 each, there was a Dreamworks exhibition on as well but we weren't too bothered about seeing it, plus we were tight on time.
The exhibition was brilliant, there were so many different creatures, some I'd seen/heard about before (mainly on ...
... No science to see.
Then to dinner which included Dyna's best friend from design School and two girls from Indonesia. One of them had also booked to come to Dyna's wedding which was to have been today.
Now a long day to fill waiting for our flight at 9 pm - home via Melbourne where we plan to change into warmer clothes for the wintry NZ we are returning to.
... denied she was related to either of us.
Movies, food, booze, food, stretching legs, movies, food, booze - you know how the rest of that drill goes.
Then we landed, in humid Singapore! I forgot how hot this place is. I'm so excited to be here as this is Mum and Dad's first experience of Asian culture - as Westernised as it is. Mum still wants her normal eggs for breakfast instead of something Asian and Dad wants ...