Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We arrived in Singapore at 7.30 last night, going through customs was easy, the customs guy I had didn't know how to smile, wasn't friendly at all, he just grunted at me, and than waved me thru after checking my passport, I felt like saluting him. YES SIR!! I had to go to the ladies and after getting of the plane, the first think I saw was a notice …
... and I am looking for some one but I do not know who. Questions riddles my pain yet , where are you ? Anyways i"m just blurting out whatever i"m feeling now. Sun is setting now and i am heading off to the mortuary in Singapore
It is the 9th of September 2015. 9.19pm.
I like to think of it coincidence.
To all my Manuhiri, E kona ra.
... and I couldn't eat it all, but we certainly tried. Once in Singapore I did the free City Lights at Night tour. Watched an impressive light show in some trees at the Gardens by the Bay. First stamps in my passport!!! Not at the gardens, obviously. But to leave and re-enter the airport for the tour. (Nobody in Oz stamped my passport when there recently.) Now about to board for the 13hr 35minute flight to London. Which will be totally worth it once I'm there! Fingers crossed I sleep ...
... the towels...AND you don't have to open and nasty door after. You just snake your way out. I always have Atlanta airport a high fivin' A when I've traveled through there. But now we sit at the Singapore Airport and I must give this airport an A++. It was so clean that I had to go back and take photos. Of course, I realize you can't SEE germs but this place really does do its best to give a "good" experience. First of all they have a kid friendly ...
... west and "Bukit Timah Road" to the North. The linear distance between the northern and southern ends is around 2.5km. In December 2012, an application for it to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site was made.
We spent most of our time at the National Orchid Garden, totally inspired by the beautiful tropical exhibits. We were particularly amazed at the colours and diverse varieties of plants and ...