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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Well here we are. Arrived in Singapore safe, well but very sore. Went window shopping through the streets and alleys. Noelene's arm ached (she'd only had the plaster taken off last week) so David had to sling her handbag over his shoulder and my back ached so Ian had to sling my bag over his. However, in the interim Ian thought it prudent to …
... surrounded by people wearing ponchos and staring at us weirdly because we weren't wearing any. So the ride starts and it's a pretty chill ride, a couple bumps here and there and it speeds up a little bit down some rapids, but there hadn't been any giant splashes of water, which just made me feel invincible because here I was with no poncho, and I was fine... Again, the naivety. It should be noted that while on this ride, along the sides there was thick foliage and animatronic ...
... thanks to the 50 year celebration, and yep, you guessed it, multinational culture complete with my friends from India.
During our last full day of Singapore sightseeing, we were a little more selective on our tourist activities, and went for the 2nd largest aquarium in the world -- the SEA Singapore Aquarium
on Sentosa island. Took a nice sky tram over the water, and spent a couple hours seeing all the aquarium ...
... we were ready we went to check out Cest La Vie, luckily they had a table, it's a good job it's not the weekend. This restaurant was mainly Japanese food, one of Wills favourite at the minute. It had a minimum spend per person so we couldn't be a little right on the money. Oh well, 57 floors up it's going to be pricey. The food was well worth the money it was the best Japanese food we've ever tasting and a good contender of the best restaurant too. ...
Singapore, the futuristic city of soaring buildings, ultra clean streets, and giant metal trees. This was the impression we had arriving in the city state, and it did not disappoint.
The airport is a huge glass structure, full of light, with loads of handy signs telling you how to get around. We decided to take the train into town, instead of a taxi. A good decision! It's only $2.40 per person from the airport to the city centre, and we spent ...