Pan Pacific Orchard
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We have explored the different tourism and hospitality products at Kampong Glam and have come up with an itinerary for a group of seniors in their 70's from Hong Kong. This half day itinerary will help them to understand and know the Malay culture better. We have brainstormed and have come up with some assumptions on seniors in their 70's. We have …
... to the Asian Civilizations museum where they explain all the different civilizations in Asia, because they are all in Singapore. Most of the stuff I knew, but it was nice to get a recap and learn a little bit more about India. I don't know anything about India and I'm not sure I even want to try to tackle that one.
... very ornately decorated and there has been quite a lot of restoration. Singapore seems to be very closely regulated. The same political group has been in power since 1965 when it gained full independence from Malaysia. Singaporeans pride themselves on full employment, and even have to bring about 1 million migrant workers in each year. They also claim that there are no homeless people, although we did see a few people apparently living under a bridge, ...
... I feared. He wasted so much time reiterating the schedule and insisting we all walk together and cross the road together. We had dinner, an Asian buffet comprising of satay, Chinese and Malay dishes and ice cream before setting off on a tram ride around the park. This was to be followed by a guided walk before regrouping at 10.20 precisely to go home. Hazel and I decided enough was enough. At the first tram stop we ran like truanting school kids into ...
... the trip taking only about 20 minutes. There were the bright orange signs, plenty of them and the only ones of that colour, guiding people to the rental car drop-off point. Following the signs for 2-3km within the airport complex, we seemed if anything to be getting further away from the passenger terminals, but we kept going. After all, the signs were clear enough. Eventually we came to an area with offices for all of the rental car companies ...