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It is a well recognised and uniquely British trait to talk with great enthusiasm about the weather and today was no exception. As I struck up a conversation with the hotel concierge about the tropical downpour going on outside he claimed that this was the first time it had rained since August...
After a lazy start in which Chloe indulged …
Singapore - Yes we arrived Tuesday morning and thank goodness it was not as hot as India. Pleasant 92 degrees here. Thank goodness Malaysian Airlines flight from Delhi via as stopover in Kuala Lumpur did not lose us but it did lose my luggage. After about an hour at the lost luggage office (I think about half the plane were missing luggage) we got …
After travelling for over 19 hours and being awake for 24, we couldn't go to sleep at 3pm, could we? Well anyway after a ten minute lay down and unpacking a few items, the room was a mess! We decided to have a walk about to check the area out, and ended up in China Town, the opposite of where we wanted to be (Clarke Quay, which you could see from …
After a goodbye to Indonesia and a so long to the dozens of people I met during my stay there, it was just 4 hours to Singapore.
After almost 8 weeks, finally a familiar face, my dad waving at me from behind customs.
First thing I noticed in Singapore. The HUMIDITY! Since I now had traveled north of the equator, I was thrown into the …
- Being wary of scams we googled what to look out for in Singapore. They have strict modesty laws used in a scam where a women in a nightclub that you dance close to and inadvertently touch will scream that you have touched her and the bouncers will threaten to call the police if you don't pay them heaps of $.
- Swee met us in the lobby at 1000. I was running late as I had slept in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Regis Singapore
I with definately recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to stay in Singapore. Right across road from Clarke Quay, about 7 minutes walk to Chinatown (for the food), close to shopping. The amenities are excellent and the staff are courteous and very helpful. Pool area is relaxing and welcome if staying over the summer period.
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