Le Meridien Singapore

Address: 100 Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore, 238840 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 100 Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore, is near Emerald Hill, Singapore City Gallery, Battle Box, and Istana.
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Singapore Sling!

A travel blog entry by cdveenendaal1 on Aug 12, 2015

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... blurry! And, before you all say anything, no I hadn’t been drinking – well only one at that stage! The city is also celebrating 50 years of independence, as of 9 August, so Happy Birthday Singapore! So, let’s all form a conga line and help celebrate! Sorry, just went out there on party mode, back now!

Anyway, it started spitting with rain, and boy did it cool us down especially as we were very wet with sweat. The rain was quite welcomed! We kept ...

A day in Singapore

A travel blog entry by beco70 on Aug 01, 2015

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... We missed the first part of show due to traffic, and had intended on getting into the rooftop pool with quite possibly a thousand others to see the rest. Granted, we are probably taller than most others who would be in the pool, but knew it would probably not be a pleasant experience really being crammed in that pool like sardines (and not entirely certain that people would be getting out to use the toilet). So, we remembered that there was a glass wall on our floor at the ...

Singapore in style

A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Jul 17, 2015

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... br>
Easily the most famous hotel in Singapore, no other establishment epitomises the island’s colonial history better than Raffles Singapore.Named after Singapore’s founder, Sir Stamford Raffles. The hotel was built by the Sarkies Brothers, responsible for other luxury hotels in the region during the colonial era.Although Raffles Singapore opened in 1887, its layout continued to be changed, with hotel wings, suites and ...

Little Red Dot

A travel blog entry by sara.charles on Jul 12, 2015

... has a job waitressing at Jones the Grocer so we had a juice and snack there to see us through to the flight home and met Libby at the end of her shift. Then it was farewell to the Holland condo and Alex and Libby, and off to the airport and a very long Qantas queue. Thanks to the Tomkins for tour guiding and accommodation and great hospitality. We will look forward to seeing you in Welly in August. I know you are looking forward to breaking out all those winter ...


A travel blog entry by tam_rit1 on Apr 17, 2015

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... in the Hotel part, had a look at the massive bruise on my butt that I got from sitting on the seat divider at Melbourne. Had a look at all the shops but had no room to spare to buy anything :( Saw a life sized Iron Man, sadly was not Robert Downey Jr. Flight took off no problems ...