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TravelPod Member ReviewsStrand Hotel Singapore
Only drawback to this accommodation was the major building works going on on Bencoolen Street, right outside the hotel. Other than this, it was fine and central for our two day stay.
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Hooray for finally getting this travel business on the road, with a successful first foray into overseas tripping with our kids (aside from one very civilised vommy experience for the youngest Webster on our first plane leg). Kids were so excited in the build up, with "Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh!" moments in the last few days before we left …
... see. I saw the following animals:
- Malayan Flying Fox
- White Lion
- Polar Bear
- Ringtail Lemur
- Two-toed Sloth
- Pygmy Hippo
- Proboscis Monkey
- Varieties of Birds
I pretty much saw all I wanted to see although was a little rushed plus is was hot as hell it was a good way to spend half a day ...
... connect the past to the present through interpretations of Malay identity and cultural heritage.
MHC also houses two temporary exhibition galleries which play host to temporary and travelling exhibitions and enable MHC to curate and/or showcase other exhibitions that will complement the content of its permanent galleries.
Don’t worry if you are a kids or an elderly, although it’s a two storey high museum, they not only have stairs to ...
This hotel is fantastic. It has been refurbished and certainly reflects the unique Singapore flare for architecture and theatre. The rooms have all you need... Even a rain shower!! The Edge breakfast bar offers food from all over Asia and Europe. Tim tried his first 'congee' style Asian breakfast. I experienced this in China and Cambodia; it's certainly a must do. The private Oriental Zen garden boasted ...
... is a series of attractions and theme parks. Street luge, chair lifts, under water world and having the skin eaten off our feet by little fish were some of the highlights. We went to a night safari that was a tour around a zoo at about 10 at night. The tram had no sides and as we drove around in some parts we were mere meters from wild buffalo, rhinos, lions, flamingos, hyenas and more. Day 2 was a bit more relaxed with breakfast at a funky cafe near china town called ...