The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Free airport shuttle
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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 …
... is involved, that one has to secure tickets online a week in advance to get a seat in the auditorium to see the service live, otherwise, you have to watch it remotely on big screens in auditoriums and movie theatres all around the city.
The service introduction involved a performance reminiscent of the opening for a Hollywood awards show or a top Broadway production, replete with lazer lights, costumes and correography like ...
... we walked to the metro station stopping at a food centre for a few pastries before hopping on the metro to the Singapore Art Museum. This was the starting point of our walking tour. We could have gone in but stop two was the world famous Raffles hotel for a Singapore Sling. The hotel is a grand colonial building, a huge complex incorporating guest suites, restaurants, shops and bars. We headed for the Long Bar, where the Sling ...
... is quite Malay (I'm staying on a Jalan), there are loads of Malay/Indo foodstalls down there. This Hawkers is also directly across the road from one of the Singapore Army's training camps so there are normally quite a few Army cadets down there and many men bring their families back to this Hawkers over the years as they have such great memories of the food!
The rest of the night- not so cultural... watched Downton Abbey with the cat lying on my back :)