Claremont Hotel Singapore
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... day with a lovely, albeit late, tasty al fresco dinner of seafood, deer and vegetables looking out across the harbour. It was a great day! The next day afforded us a relaxing start to our final day in this thoroughly enjoyable cite state that is Singapore. We packed our bags and loaded them into Venture's red Kia and headed down to Chinatown to check out the crowded narrow streets filled with market stalls selling all kinds of wares, but mostly ...
... looking. We walked through the Ann Sang park into China Town, walking though the shops and stall, all selling much the same thing. We stopped for a drink and I had a beer as rhere wasn't much option! We started heading back to the hotel walking though China Square, when the heavens opened and boy did the open. We were lucky because Micky the map was able to get us a lot ...
... the middle seat empty if not the whole row at the back. Now this means passing up on the extra leg room on the emergency exit seats, plus you have to like sitting at the back. If you have checked in luggage, no rush to leave the plane anyway as you have to wait at the baggage turnstile. Not everyone's cup of tea, but it works for me, especially on long flights where you may want to spread out over the three seats.
On the approach to Indonesia the clouds broke up ...
... our few days in Singapore, a city that I would recommend people to visit even though it is pretty pricey.
The next few days were spent flying back to Bangkok and sorting out visas for our trip to Vietnam in January and sorting hotel and trips for the Scorror family’s arrival the following week. This trip south to Malaysia and Singapore brought us to the half way point of our trip – only 60 days left of our winter away!
Landed in Singapore at 5.45 am and hotel at 8.am. Very tired as had no sleep on flight. So went straight to our room and to bed for a couple of hours. Then had breakfast before heading out for a few hours. Decided to visit the Asian Civilisations Museum where there was an exhibition of history of China as in porcelain, earthen ware and pottery. Very informative. Other displays were also interesting particularly the one on Southern India where we had just been. Then ...