Quality Hotel Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This morning we left the ship at the cruise terminal in Singapore. We got back on board in the late afternoon. In the interim the crew cleaned the ship and got it ready for the new passengers that will be boarding. Our third cruise on this ship is now over. The fourth one is about to begin. We were in Singapore a few years ago. Like New York, London, Paris, etc. this is one of the great cities of the world. It ...
... day. One thing we noticed early today was that the escalators move at a very quick pace here - not for the hesitant or slow that's for sure!!!
When we arrived at our destination subway station, "Novena" we popped out of the underground only to be in the Singapore's medical hub. We were surrounded by a neighbourhood of medical buildings; the medical centre, neuro centre, skin centre, hospital for the aged, ER and that was just at the first glance. Excellent in ...
... barely see the end of it, which just goes to show how busy this place can get. Now to the actually interesting stuff. Once we'd bought our tickets and we were inside, we headed straight to the Transformers ride, because I'd been told that we needed to go on that ride first. Luckily dad and I had bought express tickets, which meant that we got to bypass the queue and go to the front in a separate queue, effectively cutting down our wait time to no more than 5 minutes, which was ...
The people there are a crazy mix. There are Indians and Malays and Chinese and Middle Easterners and a speckling of Westerners. All come together with all their different languages and religions and they co-exist wonderfully in this city. I was constantly impressed with the tolerance both in the present and history of the nation. English is one of the official languages, as is Mandarin, Tamil and Malay. All important signs bear all four.
... once again has to sit practically on my lap, then cough directly into my face". So, at that moment,
we had got that tingling feeling of "this multi-national culture has been absolutely great, but maybe it's getting about that time to go !". I really am trying not to place stereotypes about any country or culture, as not everyone from an entire country has the same manners or behavior as the handful that we ran into. But, it sure ...