Somerset Grand Cairnhill Singapore
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... as I could tell, 100% humidity.
After eating food I grabbed a mango juice to go and explored a three block radius. Lucky for me, I actually bumped in to a couple of cultural sites before heading back to the hotel to get ready for my event. Although our venue, the Fullerton hotel, was only 1.1 km away and I had initially planned to walk there, the heat and humidity meant I would have been drenched by the time I got there. So, I cabbed ...
... stalls but Thai's culinary and many more!! Its interesting to find out how well they are coexisting together. So we went to have lunch at Yum Cha, its at an alley way between Temple street and Smith street on the second level, we tried out their Dim Sum which was pretty decent. After lunch we thought of trying a foot reflexology at Bath Culture Foot Therapy, as we went in you can see the low lit interiors, mini TV's ...
... were truly stunning and we happened to chance upon a group of monks chanting infront of a huge statue whom i am guessing is buddha which was surprisingly calming. The fourth floor was surprisingly air conditioned and it was where the buddha tooth relic was kept and on the other floors there were the other various body parts such as the body, teeth, intestines, etc... At the rooftop there was a garden which was breathtaking with a tropical garden filled with orchids and ...
Staying at The Goodwood Heritage hotel is a must do. While, it is further out from the city, it's great to get that authentic Singapore feel. The rooms are spacious with a mix of modern and rustic (things in need of repair). It really is like stepping back in time, say 1960s hotel feel. There is a little cake stall, champagne high tea, a separate lounge bar and a tailor shop! We caught the MRT in to Marina Bay ...
... another $150 million!) this has become the central attraction of the city with most of the area affording free entry and the enclosed areas described costing $28 for seniors. With a considerable educational component and school groups making up part of the large numbers enjoying it, this looks like a far better prospect than the $800 million (so Jonny informs me) per day!!!!! military spending of the USA.
Our hotel is in a ...