M Suites Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and luggage was all there - a result! Now just got to find that driver to get us to the hotel. Glad it was a big car because we do have 4 cases and one had to go in the passenger seat. Chatty driver told us a bit about Singapore, while also trying to sell us tours. Oh well everybody deserves to make a living. We leant we were visiting an island about the size of the Isle of Wight with over 5m people, and that tourists regularly double this ...
... building and main mosque which both had not been opened or had people move into yet. Really beautiful architecture, but in the middle of nowhere for a main government building. We had a fantastic evening having a couple beers, finger food, and catching up. The weather was perfect to sit by the waterfront. We even met some English folk who managed legoland! We tried to swindle some park deals from them but no dice ...
... on the menu at every family event and then we are left with soon much leftovers. Surprisingly we ate everything. ..I guess our clothes don't fit for a reason haha! Afterwards we headed into China Town. ..with a little detour to a shopping mall where I bought the cutest shoes! I wanted them in both colours but Toby said I could only have 1 pair. Fair enough...I will buy more tomorrow ha ha. We explored ...
... to go and have your photo taken in front of them - wow what an experience! Once breakfast was over and no one else wanted photos the rest of their breakfast is given to them and they take it away with them away from the restaurant.
Afterwards we were given almost 2 hours of free time before we had to meet again back at the coach to go back to the City. I was there mainly to see Animals which I have never seen or ones which were ...
Singapore Day 1
After an average nights sleep due to jet lag we woke up around 9am, we found some breakfast in the form of peanut butter on toast. After repacking our bags that took a lot longer than it should of, we headed down to Chinatown. We visited a temple where Monks and locals where praying, it was incredible to see. The passion they have for their religion is amazing, and so friendly to let tourists walk around whilst they are praying. We visited a ...