RELC International Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRELC International Hotel Singapore
Spacious and clean rooms, and a great value for money. Will definitely stay here again the next time I visit Singapore.
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The City of Lions. If you've never been to Singapore and have never heard of it, you'd have thought it was a wildland with scenic natures and wildlife attractions because that's what I first thought but nope, it was the exact opposite. Singapore is a comtemporary city known best for its low crime rate. It's so safe you can wander out at night …
... and went on by myself. The pass I went over was lower and easier but still harder than expected as the path was hard to find and I first climbed the wrong pass. Having a huge thunderstorm building up just behind me I didn't even enjoy the views from the top but rushed down. My campsite in a forest was then awesome again. The freedom to just walk and camp anywhere you like while still having nature pretty much to yourself and civilization ...
... up the pace and had a good look in most of the shops and even managed to buy a few bits and pieces.
We caught a taxi back to the hotel for afternoon tea in the club room, which soon turned into drinks with delicious nibblies. The staff are lovely and happy to keep topping up our drinks and clearing our plates as we tried the different canapés.
After eating at the bar we headed out for the night. Ali was ready to rest up and went back to the room. Dee decided we should ...
... housing set up. However, it was way more expensive and we wanted the freedom to do whatever we wanted. With that decision also came the ability to navigate around a foreign country all on our own.
We decided our group was going to be six girls. Four of the them were from Boulder and one from Massachusetts. We all decided we wanted to explore around singapore, Vietnam and Thailand, all in 12 days. We booked our flights and a couple of ...
... us that the rest of the gardens are just as spectacular as the orchid section – hard to believe.
Next was a stroll through Chinatown and a stop at the Thian Hock Kheng Temple, the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. All around the outside was decorated for New Year’s with red lanterns and colorful hangings of all sorts. The figures inside the temple featured multi-armed Hindu gods, coiled serpents, and lots of ...