Park Avenue Rochester Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Avenue Rochester Hotel Singapore
Very nice and clean, nice pool and fitness area, close to metro station. No room service unfortunately but nice restaurants and cafe's around the corner.
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... br> At the end of the day we returned to the hotel and were offered a shower room in the spa to freshen up and change for our flight to Oz. This was most welcome but somewhat pointless because the shower area was not air conditioned and we came out wetter than we went in!
So we get to the "check in" and the young lady says "do you have your Australian Visas". Again in my best ...
... from Korea was so nice that she actually approached us and spoke to us in English. She explained to us that it was second day of Hari Raya (a religious festival celebrated by Muslims that marks the end of the fasting month) and thus people were praying inside the mosque and the mosque is closed for visitors.
Besides the tourist, there were also locals who are mostly Malays around the area. The women who visited the place were wearing ...
... at Chinatown would be long with lots of walking. At the end of the day the senior citizens may like to get massage for their feet.
Travelling around Chinatown would be a great choice and memorable experience for the senior citizens from Hong Kong as they are able to get a experience of what is the difference between here and Hong Kong. The great variety of food would appeal to them as well.
... and so we decided to stop by Chinatown Food Street for some local delights. Fried Kway Teow, Hokkien Mee, Frog leg porridge, Laksa and Chicken rice- I'm in heaven. After endless burping from our satisfying lunch, we noticed a Chinatown Heritage Centre camouflaged with all the other shop houses and then a Sinagpore Coin and Notes museum. TOO COOLLLLLL
After buying many herbal teas to cool ...
... we did during the visit. You can take this as a reference for your visit to Chinatown..
12pm- Lunch at Chinatown Street Market
1.15pm- Visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre
2pm- Free and easy walkabout
3pm- Visit the 3 mosque,temple,museum and try out some local desserts
6pm- Dinner at Xi Chuan Restaurant
Overall for us, the visit to Chinatown was a great experiences. We got to try out many different and unique ...