- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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The trouble with crossing time zones is you're up with the birds when the city still has 5 hours before it comes alive! So, lots of walking today - all the way to the Singapore Flyer, where we got on the Hop-on Hop-off bus and we hopped all over the city! Such amazing buildings here - a wonderful mix of modern and colonial. Could do with a few more days in Singapore. Next time!!
... lovely catching up with them and their families. Lots of laughs and delicious food. We were dropped back at my uncle's fairly early. We were tired, but decided to stay up till at least 9pm to try and avoid jet lag.
We had a fitful sleep. Jet lag had set upon us for the first time on our trip.
The next day was a food expedition. We had ...
Days 97 & 98
Sun 5 Oct & Mon 6 Oct 2014
*On Sunday we decide to visit the famous Singapore Botanic Gardens(SBG) and within it the equally well known Orchid Garden.The SBG was designed by a British landscaper Lawrence Niven in 1859. Over the years it has played an important role in the development of agriculture in the area. After failed cultivation projects in Kew, rubber seeds were sent to SBG where germination was hugely successful and led ...
... the Metro
(underground) to the Botanical Gardens – more airconditioned comfort! It took half an hour and cost the equivalent of £2.10 so great value.
The gardens were HUGE, free to all apart from the national orchid collection which was £2.50 for adults but only 50p for us as we’re over 60! It was fabulous, all the orchids growing outside and so colourful. There were apparently 227 different ...
... hotels, businesses, even schools are several stories high. Yen Wei (my cousin) was telling us that the government is buying back land wherever they can and reclaiming it from the sea to make more space in this tiny island. The gardens themselves are built on reclaimed land and they contain a grove of 'supertrees' which are actually exhaust flues for a biomass boiler that forms part of an Eco power cycle that produces power from the gardens, recycling biodegradable waste from ...