Resorts World Sentosa - Equarius Hotel
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After arriving to a near empty Singapore airport then to be greeted by a near English speaking driver to be seamless driven to Sentosa Island, all seems wonderful in Singapore. And I can tell you are waiting for the ouch part of the story. Stay tuned. As of yet all seems good. Sentosa Island is basically a condensed mini version of the Gold Coast …
Today was our last day in Singapore. Since our plane was only at 11pm we had the whole day to do some more shopping. We went to Ang mo kio hub and then Nex shopping mall. Not too far from Yishun. Then we went back at around 6 and tried our best to fit everything in our luggages. We ate a big dinner with all the family and left for the airport at 8:30. Bye bye ...
... Giallo Midas". It has all wheel drive, 520 hp, top speed a 380km/hr, and semi automatic with gear shifters on the steering wheel with no clutch. Retail is 1.1 million US. It was relatively quite but had a nice sound. This one was an orange convertible so no wing doors. I drove the streets that will soon host the Formula 1 and got up to 3rd gear but there was traffic in places so couldn't really fly, however took the corners fast and handled like it was on rails. It was ...
... a traffic camera ahead, which is followed shortly with a sign stating how fast your going, so not for revenue raising.
Today we went on a tour of the city, very interesting,we stopped at the Merlion Park and enjoyed the impressive views of the Marina Bay. we also visited the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples. did take some photo's but we were not allowed to take photo's of the alter. After that we went to ...
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We enjoyed our stay as tourists in this city very much. We always felt safe, we were surprised by the discipline of the people and the cleanliness, amazed by the architecture and the greenery and appreciated how easy it was to get around on public transport.
In 2011, the World Justice Project's Rule of Law Index ranked Singapore among the top countries surveyed with regard ...