M Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 160;We are right off Orchard Street, which is full of the hustle and bustle of Singapore - not to mention lots of shops and restaurants. Our first evening, we wanted to see the view so we headed to the top of the Marina Bay Sands tower. Beautiful views and a warm, balmy evening made our welcome to Singapore an enjoyable one. From there we walked over to Lao Pa Sat - a hawker center near Marina Bay for some delicious authentic Singaporean ...
... tour company, TOTO tours. I was referred to him by the guys I met on the trip to Cambodia. I sent you the link to his blog which he usually updates daily (subject to technology). The visit to Chinatown restored my faith in Singapore; the vibe was so much like the old days with food stalls, families enjoying time together. Dan and I shared a table with an older Chinese couple about my age and their daughter who looked like she ...
... of any ilk, we will find a fair price and accept the delay in shipping. We simply can't afford to be ripped off anymore. I truly believe there's an opportunity for a 'worldwide mobile chandler' to source parts for boaters at fair prices. There are enough people cruising that are on a budget that's for sure. A future project maybe...
With a bitter taste in our mouth we set off on our first leg of the rally. As we were moving further south in the Malacca Strait, we installed a ...
... to Clarke Quay for some dinner. We went to the same hot pot place that went went to two years ago and the food was just as incredible as we remembered. Liz was a little skeptical but she ate it anyway. Went then went for a walk to see Marina Bay Sands and the light show. After that we headed up to a nice rooftop for a drink and that's when I remember how expensive Singapore is. Cynthia order a drink and I ordered a beer and it came ...
... of hours, continuing to soak up as many American TV shows and movies as we could. That night we decided to be a bit more adventurous and Jim suggested that we should head into KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Center) to a popular bar and restaurant street called Changkat where locals, expats and tourists all mixed together at any one of the dozens of hot spots.
The street was exactly as Jim described and we spent a good hour just walking up and down, enjoying the ...