Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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... hotel pool. The boys were then given a Sentosa Pass to experience and explore some of the attractions on the island.
The evening activities involved a trip on the Singapore MRT (Underground) to the Korean BBQ in Chinatown. The BBQ involved boys picking their food from a wide range of dishes and cooking it on a hot plate in the middle of their tables. It was an all you can eat dinner, so a lot of food was eaten!
... really good food.... I'm getting to like this BA premium economy! Oh well, will do the Zzzzzzzz's later! Bugger, still another 5 hours to go - think I'll watch a movie. And just discovered screaming kids..... Should't be allowed in premium economy..... Another bottle of anaesthetic required ... Now where is that **** red wine trolley....... 4 1/2 hours to Singapore..... Better watch a movie...... "Labor Day" with Kate Winslett..... Bugger, bugger....... Great movie but still 3 hours to ...
... centres which have heaps of little stalls selling different types of food. We walked around the one in Little India and the food looked amazing. We caught the subway to Chinatown next and got out of the subway and didn’t have a clue where we were on the map so we just wondered around the outside of the subway into another hawker centre but this one was Chinese themed, which of course meant that most dishes were made with the innards of some type of animal. ...
Returning here after 3 years, new gardens with half a million plants of more than 2000 species from around the world have been created in 100 hectares, part of which consists of two giant cooled conservatories, contemporary glass and steel structures, the entirety being a model of eco- efficiency. A bio-mass created from green waste of the 3 million trees in Singapore is converted to heat which fuels the cooling systems necessary for the ...
... places to stay. Singapore is most definitely the most expensive place on my trip. What I paid for my hotel and what I got was pretty sickening. Be prepared to spend some money here. I've been used to buying a bottle of water for 15p, here £1.
Time to see the real Singapore. Bought a prepaid top up train card thing and off I went to explore the city. Again, transport system is fantastic, and surprisingly cheap, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking