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 …
... then crashed.
We had a full schedule when we woke up the next day. Our plan was to walk south, explore the CBD/Colonial area, cross the Singapore River, check out Chinatown, then wrap around Marina Bay Harbour to Gardens by the Bay. It was really cool walking down to the Colonial district. Our route took us through one of the business districts, and we both almost got neck strain from constantly looking up. The Colonial district was ...
... polos (Fred was actually the one who observed that particular detail). Sunday must be a traditional gathering day because it was covered in men sitting around chatting to each other or on their phones. As we left the area, Fred mentioned how he was not quite prepared for the largest 'sausage fest' he had ever seen. I couldn't stop smiling from the ridiculousness of the entire situation compared to the rest of our experience. It only took about an hour to maneuver our ...
... ending job. (He retired 8 years ago and was called back on the job.) We spent about 1 hour with him and learned so much about the development of Singapore that it was just mind boggling! Then we found a large market with food stalls under a roof. Each stall had another Chinese special dish. The smell was mouthwatering and we couldn't resist to try some excellent spring rolls and curry puffs.
In the evening ...
... First stop – Chinatown – where else!
In true holiday fashion, we found a little restaurant for dinner and 2 very large Tiger beers that went down really well.
Next morning we took a Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour that was only $8 each as part of our Deal – another bargain! It is 33 years since we have visited Singapore although we have passed through the airport on several occasions. We spent the day marvelling at ...