Somerset Orchard Singapore
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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I think this was one of my best trip ever and the hotel in which I stayed was fabulous. The Motel Where i stayed had an superb Service and Best locations,I can see the Ocean from the Window thorough my laptop.Because wifi signals came at that place...
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... the security barrier. Once through, there was no sign of Judy or Phil and we had no idea where they went. We found the Tourist Information centre and got advice about the MRT train etc so set off to find it.
I have to say that directions from Singapurians are never explicit in my experience … we ended up asking 3 people and were told the same thing - "go straight, then right"…. Well we did that at least 3 times which took us and ...
... satay ever. Singapore has some odd liquor laws, you can get a beer just about anywhere, so T and I had satays washed down with a couple of Tiger Beers.
We wandered around Chinatown and then hopped on the bus and went across to Little India. There are lots of Indians in Singapore and this is their home turf. Really interesting to walk around. Talk about an assault on the senses, you had Indian rock music blasting ...
... parades, parties, and the resulting chaos, traffic, and confusion was endless. Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Chinese New Year (CNY) is a pretty big thing in Penang as there is a large Chinese community on the island, with celebratory fireworks and firecrackers going off late into the night and making it sound a bit like a war-zone. Shops and businesses close for at least five days, sometimes for the entire 14++ days of the celebratory period, sometimes even longer. Thus we had ...
... more accurately, they are simply put in hot water for a very short period of time. After watching Allan crack his eggs into a bowl and then eat them with a spoon like one eats soup was too much for me so I had to sent mine back for some more time in the hot water. Needless to say, I'm not the adventurous eater that Allan is. After the coffee I finally stared to feel back to normal in terms of the whole jet lag thing. We spend the day at the Gardens By ...
... was Haw Par Villa. It's an amazing sculpture garden telling the stories of Chinese deities. I had heard about a lot of them already from when I lived in China, but this place made it really clear. It was originally built in 1937 by the son of the guy who invented Tiger Balm, so the vintagey, kitschy feel was incredible. The 10 courts of hell were amazing, with lots of gory brutal sculptures in a creepy cave. I even saw super monkey! Many of ...