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.
... different - Karaoke. Lana googled a karoake bar and we set off, only to eventually find that it was in the bottom of a small shopping mall where the ladies of the night liked to hang out. The karoake bar was one of the ones where you hire a room and hang in there with your mates. They gave us a tour and we declined to partake.
Back outside we found a bar in Cuppage Lane. It is a carriage bar. They served the most delicious ice cream cocktails, a perfect dessert to end our ...
... that, we were just gonna wing it. Britt was a hippie type but also very clean always needing to freshen up all the time and very artsy with a big camera and go pro, Bailey is my one good friend i keep talking about she's so chill and hilarious and really smart. the other three were sorority girls but we learned to love em. Allie was a little nugget, sweet and always just going with the flow, Abbie was hilarious kinda weirdo i roomed ...
... People walked around the inside wall dropping coin offerings for good luck into metal bowls. I should mention at this point that our coming to this part of the world during Chinese New Year’s when streets are festooned with banners and lanterns, shrines are especially festive and everyone is on holiday was JUST GREAT! It’s the Year of the Goat, incidentally.
Now, back to the ship for a lunch break – back ...
... rays "fly" through the water chasing each other while schools of other tiny little fishies swam in perfect unison with the rays was a spectacular display. Walking through the tunnel under the shark tank was surreal. That evening we wandered around the narrow streets of an interesting area called Haji Lane with tons of little ethnic restaurants. Allan was craving a cocktail (as usual) so we settled on a cute little Turkish restaurant and took a seat at ...