Resorts World Sentosa - Equarius Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The truck will have to be parked on the street and very expensively. SG has to buy 30 min coupons and scratch appropriate times on each coupon. We will be there for at least 18 hours so avoiding the wheel clamp is costly in time and money. SG has a bit of a rant at the poor 7/11 staff about how expensive Singapore is and how she hopes their wages are high enough to compensate for the very high cost of living. We have already had to pay an extraordinary 100£ in insurance for our ...
... you decide. However the food stated is still the must-try.
Just right outside the Chinatown Complex, it is the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, as you were eating you can actually have a great view of it. It is founded by Venerable shi fazhao in 2002, the temple and museum is filled with intricate woodwork and beautiful stonework. Best things is that Admission is free and there is no other extra ...
... br> People could also go to Mustafa Center to do some shopping as they have some products that you cant buy in any typical supermarket. We also walked along serangoon road, aligned with beautiful shophouses that you do not really see anywhere else in Singapore, these shops also sells things like silk cloth, bangles, gold, bindis, most of these things you cannot get in a typical supermarket. ...
... the only two people getting on to the coach from the flyer, there was only one other family aside from us who were already onboard, so not quite as popular as we first thought.
There are three different zoos in Singapore but they are all in the same location and are run by the same company. There is the regular Singapore zoo, the River safari (outdoor aquarium with a few pandas and a boat ride safari) and the Night Safari (self-explanatory really... opens at 7:30 ...
... huge grin on her face. Not exactly my finest moment…!
Once we’d retreated back into daylight, I took my youngest niece on another ride which was thankfully not quite as terrifying but I did still scream and she told me off for it, which was fair enough, given the circumstances. She absolutely loved it, considering she’s only four, she’s a serious trooper. I was most impressed. Afterwards, we bumped into a guy carrying a baby dinosaur, she was ...