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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWangz Hotel Singapore
Lovely hotel, very modern and clean, staff all friendly and helpful. Good quality facilities, very comfortable bed, modern bathroom.
Walking distance to underground.
All round - very nice stay
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We slept in longer than usual and left our hotel at around 10.00. This gave us 5 hours in the city before travelling to the airport to get a flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
It was hot and humid, as Singapore is close to the equator. We walked around Chinatown, the colonial district and CBD. Singapore is strikingly clean and orderly …
- After a crazy nights attempt at sleep we are still zonked. Spent many hours in Orchard Rd looking at shops. As has been the case for many years, Singapore is now an expensive place to shop and we lack enthusiasm. Heat & humidity is oppresive and zaps what little energy we have. Lunched at Din Tai Fung in Paragon centre before returning …
- Check into Wangz hotel in Tiong Baru. The desk is helpful and finds us a ready room. Shower and crash into bed for a quick kip. Lunch at the Tiong Bahru bakery, but we are both badly jetlagged. I have no energy and its back to Wangs for another hours kip. We are to exhausted to do anything and just waste the day away, watching TV, reading …
... really go to for my first meal in Singapore.
The place we went to was famous for their Fish Head Curry, among other things. I left it all up to Amy and her boyfriend to choose the meals, which was probably best as I don't think anyone there spoke English! Soon after ordering the first dish showed up - Pork Ribs in Pepper Soup followed shortly by the Fish Head Curry. Both of the dishes were delicious however the ...
- Today, my team and I explored Chinatown today! We took a break from the modern concrete buildings and immersed ourselves in the old heritage with old shophouses, temples and government buildings back from the settlement's early days. We past by places like TinTin souvenirs and gifts shops, Singapore Coins and Notes Museums, Sri Mariamman Temple etc.
- It was indeed an amazing experience as we managed to learn things beyond ...