The Quincy Hotel by Far East Hospitality
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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 …
... of the tourist not forgetting me took pictures of the
architectural outlook and the beauty of the design. Overall we manage to
meet people from 3 different countries and you could see the different based on
how they are dress up. Mostly the people were there to learn and explore more
about the culture and visit the complicated street where they would be able to
dine in at the ...
6 months quickly passed since I became a "resident" of Bali. My visa expired, so I had to take a trip to Singapore to apply for another visa to return to Indonesia. It's a short flight of 2.5 hrs, but I had to wake up at 4am to catch the first flight out and I will be arriving back home at midnight. This is going to be a loooooong day. At the moment, I am sitting in Chinatown in Singapore, waiting for some pan fried noodles and dumplings. ...
... read that correctly), I realised I may just have found one of Singapore's few redeeming features. My last trip here, I was just eighteen years old, travelling without my family for the first time, and visiting a friend whose family had lived in Singapore for years. The Singapore I saw today was far different from the "Expat-Brat" Singapore of ten years ago and a curious reminder that not everything that sparkles is ...