Hotel Royal at Queens
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Royal at Queens Singapore
Wonderful place to stay, near the national library and the art center of town. A short walk to The Raffles Hotel.
Favorite among the natives of Singapore to have wedding receptions. We had 2 weddings on 2 different floors.
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Nice sleep in Hotel Royal Queen. Breakfast not as personal as our Hanoi hotel. Enjoyable day exploring Singapore City with Jen & Sue. Now with Dave & Krisha for the rest of the week.
ALL PICTURES SINCE SEMARANG HAVE BEEN UPLOADED. Enjoy!
We sailed into familiar waters, the port of Singapore, late Wednesday afternoon. With a beautiful sunset in the background we enjoyed our last "formal dinner" served by our wonderful waiters, Harry and Sep. It's going to be hard and emotional saying our goodbyes when we walk off …
... of live frogs - big ones too - alongside live eels, catfish and various other undentifiable sea creatures. All ready for frog porridge served down the road...! We found out that the strange substance on my dinner last night was 'pork floss' - sounds a bit grim but hey it was tasty :D Not many 'farangs' about so we got a few stares but despite the juice, it was very cool seeing where the locals hang out.
... Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the amazing triple skyscraper with what looks like a boat on top! To get there we had to pass a football pitch and spectator stand. Absolutely nothing unusual you might think except the pitch is a huge raft covered in AstroTurf. There are nets around it to stop the ball going into the river, but I expect they may need to recover one occasionally. Also walked through an amazing helical steel wrapped bridge overlooking a ...
... We will be parting company in Singapore. The truck will be containerised and returned to the UK and we will fly to Perth to continue our drive eastwards from London to Sydney.
* The truck has travelled in excess of 22000 km and apart from ...