Hotel Royal at Queens
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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.
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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 the main attractions is a polar bear, yes a polar bear in Singapore, called Inuka. He was absolutely huge and was only 5 years old! He had a huge pool which was outside in the warm but a cooled air-conditioned den. He was born in the tropics so I believe he is more accustomed to the heat. The whole park was incredable, it was such a relief to see all the animals up and about being very active and looking really happy. It was nearly ...
... 30C weather to getting all dressed up was funny. The first room we entered was full of ice sculptures. The room was about -5C - brrrrrrrr. There was enough snow or ice crystals to sort of form a snowball so we all got some shots in. A few families there were obviously not used to the cold or snow making it fun to see their reactions. The main room was a toboggan hill which was really one large slope full ...
... Raffles. This classy hotel is a Singapore icon and the birthplace of the Singapore Sling. We got a table in the very busy Long Bar and were handed a cocktail menu but it was unnecessary: we knew what we were having. We people-watched and munched our way through a pot of monkey nuts as we waited for our order to arrive. Frazzled waiters and waitresses balanced funky cocktails on trays as they crunched their way through the monkey nut shells people had discarded ...