Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I'm not fussed. (Literally means I'll eat Malay, Chinese, Indian, Western, Thai, whatever, but no fish!) What about you? Susie: I don't know. So we stop and look at a menu outside a restaurant. I spot at least one thing I'm happy with straight away. Susie spends a few minutes looking at the menu, says she's found nothing she wants. We walk away. Susie: "That place was expensive." Alec: "It was 2/3 quid for a meal but ok, we'll find somewhere cheaper." So we stop at 2 or 3 ...
... I caught the MRT to Orchard to experience Orchard Street. It's no Champs-Elysees though it is a rather wide street. I was reminded of the Champs Elyse as it had started raining when I was in the MRT. Wikitravel (it'd definitely be easier to write guidebook) recommended a visit to Ngee Ann City for Takashimaya (a large department store that it compared to Harrods, in fact it sold Harrods products) and Crystal Jade (sells Hong Kong food). My fried prawn entree and fried ...
Started off the day with what can only be described as a massive fruit platter. Sagars aunt made us try all of them from mangosteen to Chinese pear. Some of the fruits were nice but others I would never have again aha. We then left and drove around and saw different parts of Singapore before heading to a horker market for lunch (pretty sure that's not how you spell it). This place was like a market except ...
... sweet biscuits. My favourite was muah chee, glutinous rice lumps rolled in sugar and crushed peanuts and eaten with a toothpick. So tasty!!
Here is another cultural note I have to write on: cars. Singapore is hugely affluent and their cars show it. Every parking lot looked like a car rental lot. The vehicles were polished to perfection and free of any and all blemishes, rust, and body damage. Then, the "poorest" car I saw was Nissan. The average car was a shiny, ...
... We got back in touch with the planet for an hour and then made our way back to our room to pack - we'd been given a late check out of 3pm, but the time was looming nearer and it was going to be a complicated business being an international flight.
With all of Australia's rules and regulations on anything and everything, I threw my bamboo fan in the bin. We also threw out bits and pieces we knew we weren't going to need any more, like ...