Pavilion Century Tower
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We spent most of the day traveling and arrived at the Hong Kong Mariott around 7:30 pm. The kids were amazed at how cool the hotel was. We made it in time to enjoy a full dinner in the executive lounge and the kids and Scott enjoyed the pool before bed. Highlight of the day (do highlights have to be positive?)... Audrey left her iPod on the plane... ...
... rightfully. I was surprised, though, that there is not more made of this - it's like the reputation is self-fulfilling, people know Singapore is clean so make a conscious effort to keep it this way. Another thing I noticed was a change in people's attitude from Thailand and Malaysia. People here seem much more European, not unfriendly but less subservient.
Well, with the exception of taxi drivers, anyway. My hotel was in an area which ...
... have spectacular waterfalls when it rains.
Below the cable car there is an interesting walking track up the mountain which would be great to walk/hike, one day!
The cable car took us to Ngong Ping 360, a very touristy little village where you can walk to a big Buddha. David and Hayden took the walk, but us girls stayed back and waited in ...
... expecting. We shower, unpack and change and are back out on the streets by 15:30. We take a tram west and get off when I think that we may have gone a little bit past the stop I was looking for. I check a map to find that we still hadnt got there. Whilst stopped I note that Jai is strugling to keep her eyes open and I am pretty sleepy myself so we get on another tram and head back to the hotel and our room.
Just after 18:00 we get a knock at the door and someone ...
... we couldn't thank him enough for his very kind gesture. I gave him a few dollars to hopefully cover his outlay before trying on our pink ponchos, taking a quick snap before jumping back on our scooters and braving the rain back to Hoi An, we had completely given up hope of trying to get to Marble Mountains. The whole way back the rain didn't let up and our ponchos worked like a treat keeping the majority of ourselves dry throughout the journey. After having a hot shower and putting ...