Village Hotel Changi By Far East Hospitality
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
Photos of Village Hotel Changi By Far East Hospitality
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Village Hotel Changi By Far East Hospitality Singapore
Travel Blogs from Singapore
... time to catch up while I was in town. Funny enough, he was actually just flying back from Manila. Turns out, we overlapped there and could have met up in both cities! He had just gotten in the night before and generously offered to meet for breakfast at 8:30 am near my hotel. We only had an hour, but it was so nice to see a familiar face, and share a meal. I last saw Azhar in Shanghai circa 2010 when I was out there recruiting for UCI. ...
After another breatfast in Edge shared with an Australian couple on a stopover on their way bay from an European cruise, we headed over to Suntec to catch the hippo bus again. This time we wer to get on the original route and then get off the bus at the Merlion park. Off we set but the bus only got as far as the Singapore flyer and then was to stop for half an hour. So we jumped on another bus to the Merlion. We walked around the Merlion park which was ...
... in the morning. We decided as it was such a beautiful morning & was already very warm, the girls were desperate to re visit the pool. We agreed to go to the pool in the morning for am hour or so to cool & them head into Singapore. And this is where going off plan is not a good idea. Grace was stood on the edge of the pool ready to jump in. As she did the very large & very heavy edging stone of the pool side came loose and followed her into the ...
... the pavement; I bet we walked a good couple of miles that day in the blistering heat! Overall though, a fantastic day, and well worth a visit if you ever end up with a free day in Singapore! Our day was by no means over though; we headed back to our rooms for a shower and change and straight back out.
When in Singapore, there is only one drink to drink; the mighty Sinapore Sling, and there is only one place to drink it; Raffles Long ...
... sides: one for the tourists and the other with the world famous Infinite pool, which unfortunately is only accessible for hotel guests (we considered booking a 400$ room for the pleasure of that dip and then thought...well...probably not. It was a close call). That view! No words can quite describe but lucky for us, Iuri's camera (and his skills) can, so since a picture is worth a thousand words, I'll just refrain from speaking further and let you see for yourself.