RELC International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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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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... sons at university where they were studying classics and engineering respectively. Later two other ladies joined me so we had a full house.
The two ladies got off in the early hours of the morning and Irina got off about midday, as she left she gave me a big hug and a little teddy bear. The other ladies left me some lovely biccies.
The Provodnitsas were two young women one of whom had a wonderful sense of fun. ...
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... to get on the ride. While waiting to get on the ride, we noticed that everyone around us was wearing ponchos. Which made sense, it was a water ride, but we hadn't seen any on our way to the front of the line. And me being me, i thought that everyone was over-reacting, I had the thought of "it's just water guys come on"... Oh the naivety. We even saw a sign that said for us to be cautious because we could get wet, or possibly soaked. Again I laughed in the face of danger and got on the ...
... an enthusiastic person with a great smile and eager-to-share attitude welcomed us inside. The rain was starting to come down now. Thunder cracked occasionally. We clunked along the main roads until we turned into Holland Close. I quickly remembered people drive on the left there...time for another transition period.
Daphne and her family live in one of hundreds of Housing & Development Board government public housing buildings. Singapore has the highest percentage of ...