Claremont Hotel Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Claremont Hotel Singapore
Travel Blogs from Singapore
... then out towards Changi - would be great way to get to work and around the place (if your bike had aircon!) Actually, its been pretty breezy, which is most welcome. The whole Gardens area, and the flower shaped Art Science Museum, was built as a condition of the permission to build the Marina Bay Sands Hotel/Casino.
So the Gardens and Museum are free (except for the paying bits! - we paid to walk ...
... inventors of said cocktail) and then $1 on a well oiled metro system to get home. As we're on the tail end of our journey abroad, this week has also revolved around preparations for live back in Canada. I just got word that my BC license has been approved and we have found a house on the Sunshine Coast which has taken a huge weight off my shoulders. Now we get to enjoy Borneo and Java before we head back to our new life on the ...
Arriving in Singapore felt more like a journey through time than space. The heat and humidity was the same. So were the yellow sand and palm trees. However, the sleepy streets and concrete bungalows of Kerala had been replaced with sleek high rise buildings in glass and steel. A missed nights sleep in Mumbai, coupled with a hot and claustrophobic flight left me feeling rather disorientated as we smoothly zipped away from the airport in an immaculate metro train. After 15 ...
... long, so it wasn't like it was a huge waste of our lives.
We wanted to go on the Jurassic Park water ride, potentially go to a water show and do the red rollercoaster before we left, so went to Jurassic Park first, as it was the closest and en route to the others.
It was an 80 minute queue, but the other queues we'd been in had been shorter wait times than what was specified, so figured an hour probably. The queue moved relatively quickly and there was ...
... in line with her to ride together and save money. She was here from Taiwan visiting a friend. She offered all kinds of recommendations for things to see and food to eat on our ride. She works for China Air and encouraged us to visit Taiwan on our next trip to Asia.
Back at the hostel, we quickly changed and fell into bed. My step counter had us at over 40,000 steps and Fred's said over 50,000 for our adventure today and despite it only being about 11:30/midnight, it was ...