- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and on time... There were absolutely packed today though, which turned out to be a bit of a theme for the day... We went to Chinatown first, looking for some culture and cheap food (mainly the food, haha). Walking out of the station straight into a bustling Chinese market was ace, and a real contrast to the sparkling LED lit modernity of the Marina Bay area we'd seen last night. It reminded me a bit of a larger scale version of walking off the boat and into ...
... is just incredible. We had a good stroll, taking it all in, before we decided that we were going to try and go and drink on the boat on the top of the towers. We made it up, and rather pretentiously decided we were going to treat ourselves so we sipped a bottle of bubbly between us whilst enjoying the amazing views.
Next stop was the Singapore flyer- their version on the London eye. We timed it really well as we got on just as the sun was starting to set, so it was ...
... Raffles you can sample a Singapore Sling and munch on peanuts, and ceremoniously discard the shells on the floor; with a price of about €20 for a premixed cocktail and a queue out the door we decided to give this a skip. At the marina bay sands hotel hotel guests can enjoy views of the city from the infinity pool on the 57th floor sky garden. Unfortunately our days of five star luxury ended in morocco and to get to the sky garden plebs like us could either pay to visit ...
... Sultan Ali, the son of Sultan Hussein Shah. It houses artefacts, murals and multimedia displays across 9 galleries. The museum also traces the history and material culture of the Singaporean Malays and their contributions toward building this nation.
Tourists are able to visit by paying a small price and at times, there will be shows or activities that are ...
... br> People could also go to Mustafa Center to do some shopping as they have some products that you cant buy in any typical supermarket. We also walked along serangoon road, aligned with beautiful shophouses that you do not really see anywhere else in Singapore, these shops also sells things like silk cloth, bangles, gold, bindis, most of these things you cannot get in a typical supermarket. ...