M Hotel Singapore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsM Hotel Singapore
Initially just for a quick stop over on the way to Hong Kong. the hotel was excellent for an overnight and we ended up staying for 3.5 weeks when we came back from Hong Kong before finding a place to stay.
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... in Hong Kong, Dubai and now Singapore and almost invariably have their Thai Crunch Salad or the Crunchy Chicken Salad ! A large serve is about $12-$14 and is enough for two of us to share. Good deal !
Jumped on the MRT and headed for Gardens by the Bay, arriving just in time to see the late show that starts at 8:45pm. Great spectacle of lights and lasers that transforms tree like structures into a light show. See the pictures.
Then walked over to ...
... finalise my packing. Just the one drink cos I don't want to forget to pack my medication - do I?
After all the drama, I only had a few hours left in Singapore so decided to nose around Chinatown and soak up the atmosphere. It was only a short journey from Novena and the characters on the train kept me amused and I almost missed my stop on a couple of occasions. I guess it would be run of the mill for the locals but all a ...
Today was our last day in Singapore. We went on an open top bus. I liked the inside better because it was cooler. Our first stop was the Gardens by the Bay. I liked the big metal trees. They didn't have any leaves on them. The cactus place was a bit scary because there were plants that could blind you if you touch their sap. There was another water park there I could ...
... led to the second floor where we saw the oldest bank notes and coins of Singapore, from the 1800s barter gifts, the 1860s Spanish dollars, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp dollars in the 1870s to 1890s for use in Singapore, the Straights Settlements dollars in the 1900s to 1930s, Malaya dollars in the 1940s, the Japanese occupation dollars in the 1940s and then Malaya and British Borneo dollars in the 1950s, in the other room there was the money after Singapore's ...
The choice for entertainment on board is a dream come true for someone who enjoys such a wide range of music as I do. From stage performances by the ship’s company of 17 (4 singers and 13 dancers), to a string quartet, to an Edith Piaf tribute (by ship’s band, Orphea), the ship show band (with Aussie band leader), to joining in karaoke and the pop choir! Too much to do, and so little time!
Trivia challenges were held twice a day, on ...