The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We're off to Singapore. Sun, sweat and heat !
Check in for our Tiger flight and for some reason our fare was 75 percent more than what the website advertised on their 'Super Thursday Special' when we booked it. With that and the conversion rate to AUD a flight went from under $200 to $355. We go to whinge at the counter and of course we're …
Up for our free Singapore tour, courtesy of Quincys all inclusive package.
We're transferred to the double decker bus down by the Singapore Flyer (ferris wheel) and we chuck a lap of the city...ho hum, this is nothing but a hotel and city shopping mall tour. So around we go past all the hotels, some tourist dropoffs and back around past more …
... really simple the best so far. and we headed to the Republic of Singapore Yacht Club. The oldest club in Asia and although the club pool & surrounds are pretty good, where the marina is sited is right beside a pier that has continual ferries coming & going which is causing heaps of damage top the marina & makes it a little uncomfortable lots of surging which makes the boat really snap back at time. For us because we are so heavy not so bad, although ...
... buildings at Marina Sands are incredible, the hotel is the one thst looks like a boat floating on top. From there we headed to the Gardens By The Bay which are spectacular. The Flower Dome had everything from all climates in the one building. An orchid display was being featured but the queue was ridiculous so we gave that a miss. Lots of sculptures were scsttered throughout which added to the displays. Next was the Cloud Walk where you could go to the top of ...
Chinatown is make up into 4 key categories and they are namely, Telok Ayer , Tanjong Pajar , Kreta Ayer and Bukit Pasoh. All deemed as conversation areas by the Urban redevelopment board. In 1989 , these district have survived to breathe their historical charms with mix ...