Treetops Executive Residences Singapore
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... it is impossible. I was killing time until Kisheea was up and ready for the market. She wanted to shop at Bugis market and I wanted to see some more of the city. So we headed there after a light breakfast. The shops don't open until 10 so I killed a couple hours before we headed there. The rest of our party decided to lounge in bed and take their time getting ready. When we got to the market some of the stalls were still in the process of opening but plenty were up and going. I bought ...
... So I took a tentative sip and it was absolutely delicious. Thank you Joey you would have loved it, worth every penny of the sheds loads of money that was handed over. The most expensive drink I have ever had. I look on it as paying an entrance fee to a historical site and them throwing a drink in.
I did the whole thing, used the ladies toilet, had a cigarette on the veranda and bought my self the cheapest thing in the souvenir shop for the printed ...
It has been well over ten years since we last visited Singapore and having had our time here on this trip it will be a much shorter timescale before we come back to the 'Lion City' again. It has been a great visit on all counts and there is still much more for us to see and do! The key reason for being in Singapore this weekend was to see the Formula One Grand Prix which takes place on the floodlit streets of the city. Singapore first hosted the 'night race' in ...
... him. I find it incredible watching these little people develop in front of our eyes. New words today are 'my', 'fish' and 'turtle' ooooh and 'thank you' (though that was only said once!). Yesterday we had 'please' and last night 'taxi' as we got back to the hotel from seeing the Ashmen in Holland Village. We had such a lovely afternoon and evening - a swim and barbi with the kids, Katie and Oscar followed by pudding and vino on the ...
... two juvenile orangutans swinging across the walkway on rope lines. They got to a platform and wrestled a bit, then disappeared into the trees. They could go most anywhere! So cool!
A noteworthy member of the zoo community was Ah Meng, the oldest orangutan in captivity. She lived from 1960-2008 and was a staple of the zoo. Everyone loved her friendly demeanor and she was the first non-human to receive the "Special Tourism Ambassador" award. What won me over as ...