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 …
Singapore Day 3
We woke around 9am and just wanted to get going out the hostel so we repacked our bags and headed off. We walked for about 20 minutes into Little India and found stalls of spices, incense sticks and all sorts. We walked to a Hindu temple which was interesting and there was a man that kept smiling and acknowledging us which made us feel as ease. After our plan was to walk to a mosque but as we were on our way we came across a Buddhist Temple which a ...
... decided to choose “Masjid Sultan, Malay Heritage Centre, Minang Café, Arab Street & Haji Lane”. As it perfectly fits their preferences or their characteristics that we brainstorm as a team.
As they might want to know about the culture of Kampong Glam or knowing more about Singapore’s History. They would have to visit the Malay Heritage Centre. It’s one-stop centre where they showcase the culture, heritage and history of the ...
I was sad to be leaving. I honestly couldn't work out where the time had gone. I would have stayed for longer but as some of you may or may not know, I have just been offered a senior position at work and had literally been in the post two days before I swanned off to Singapore, much to my colleagues’ annoyance. To be fair, I haven’t had a holiday since I arrived in New Zealand. People keep telling me I’m on a working holiday but really, I have worked ...