Treetops Executive Residences Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we decided to head to the Singapore Art Museum - SAM. We caught the MRT which takes you straight across the road from the Bras Basah stop. The museum had some great exhibits, one was particularly fantastic - a Seuss type construction of beautifully fine metalwork and mechanism by Choe U-Ram. Some of the exhibits were a little gruesome, but it was a nice gallery in a lovely old building.
After refuelling at a coffee brewery we hopped back on the MRT to Marina Bay to the ...
... famous hotel called Raffles. Grandad decided he wanted to experience a place called Little India before lunch via the local bus system. Needless to say they arrived at Raffles by TAXI and then got lost trying to find Little India. 'Oh Uncle Ian where are you when they need you', thought Spike. See the pictures of Spike's adventure ...
... tell me about his amazement when he realised the toilets had their own man in charge of them and he handed you out soft tissue paper towels to dry your hands with after you wash them! Like I said, I would never normally mention a toilet stop but from Matty's sheer excitement overload it was something to be put in the blog. After getting over the excitement we headed outside to figure out which way to head to the gardens. When we got outside we saw that there was some kind of ...
... to pay to release the vehicle for export, we will then deal with hotel management that got us into this fix in the first place.
* After a photo opportunity and a slightly sentimental farewell to the truck, we leave it in the freight compound to await its long journey back to the UK. We purchase underground travel passes so that we can travel back to the hotel by the MTR. It is clean, efficient, cheap (especially considering how expensive everything else is) but oh ...
... was an amazing show, as the screen was 3 huge walls of misty water with the pictures projected onto them – very colourful and impressive, and accompanied by music & dancing fountains.
After the last laser, fountain and flame had died, we walked over the Helix Bridge to look back at the marina from yet another vantage point – the city looked beautiful with all its coloured lights reflected in ...