Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... things were likely to be tight. So we set off, almost running, through this vast and crowded terminal. We must have covered well over a kilometre, on the way having to pass through various security and other checks before we reached the departure gate. Several indignant fellow travellers were elbowed aside in our rush, but by then Brian was playing by Israeli driving rules and was taking no prisoners. We reached the departure gate breathless ...
... feel with restaurants along the quay and then we watched the Merilon Lion/Fish water fountain before one last walk along the F1track and more photo opportunities! A special treat was a drink on the top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel with amazing views across Singapore. We have loved loved Singapore, again the people have been so helpful and very friendly but also polite and aware of others around them. Singapore is most definitely our favourite city in the Far ...
... and perfectly set tables. A pretty woman plays 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' on the harp beside the table we were at at. It's the sort of place where you have 4 sets of cutlery and wouldn't dare put your elbows on the table and wouldn't dare ask for Heinz ketchup. Forget Betty's tearoom in Harrogate, the clotted cream is probably created fresh from the prized cow into a white gold bucket and the tea brewed with water untouched by human hands. ...
It was a great visit to Chinatown as my wife and I had a really fascinating peak into one of the places in Singapore where it is rich in Chinese culture and heritage. In Chinatown, there are various mix of museums, shopping and retail outlets as well as different eateries. This was our first visit to Singapore and Chinatown really etched a deep impression of what culture really meant, in our hearts.
The first place that we had visited was the ...
... us to places of interest by many other tourists that are good places to gain extra knowledge. We saw people from the same country and locals that speak the same language as us, this way it was easy for us when we had problems. As Singapore is a multi-racial country, locals did recognize us as tourist and thought we were one of them. Apart from the workers that had their professional attire, we did not see much of any traditional clothing worn by locals or ...