Moevenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoevenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa Sentosa Island
Very hard to convert a heritage building into a vibrant museum of Singapore history and culture! Still, this was a worthy try but not a highlight.
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... access to five attractions which was still plenty. Next stop was a 4d adventure log ride. A simulated roller coaster. The kids loved it. The adults, not so much. particularly poor Tonya who felt a bit motion sick! Next we decided to go back to Fort Siloso for a game of laser skirmish, which we decided to walk to. We were a bit worried when a man walking the opposite direction said "there are a lot of spiders that way"! We braved the walk through the rainforest anyway and ...
After breakfast of pancakes (gluten free and tasty) with fruit and maple syrup, Jenny and I headed off to get our nails done - lovely Sunday morning! We then came back to the house for playtime which involved a game of Clue (new version of Cluedo), very energetic game of tag and then trampolining with all the balls! We got quite grubby so had to get washed off before our delicious BBQ ...
... the Ring Of Kerry
Favourite castle, historic house or palace
Ashleigh - Buckingham Palace, Edinburgh Castle ; Mikaela - Buckingham Palace; Scott - Palace of Versailles and Carcassonne; Joanne - Carcassonne and Buckingham Palace
Food we are craving most or missed most
Ashleigh - Devon; Mikaela - meat pie and gravy and Smiths salt and vinegar chips; Scott - meat pie; Joanne - caramel latte and a decent coffee.
... area, which feels like more like an amusement, than public park. The reclaimed Gardens by the Bay offer Cloud Forest and the Flower Dome, two huge indoor ecosystems to rival Kew. The Supertree Grove houses Avatar inspired Half steel sculpture, one quarter living tree, and the rest - a tourist enticing light and laser show. Tree tops hide their self powering solar panels and a restaurant. You can enjoy the show from the ground or on a hovering gantry that snakes it's way around the ...
... jest. We had 2 Stella's and a Mocktail which was $60 so as you can gather we didn't out stay our welcome. We moved on to a tourist area called Clarke Quay where there are plenty of eating options and lots of live music. We took a boat ride down the Singapore River and out onto the Marina Reservoir where we were treated to an amazing laser show. After that we went to a bar called the Crazy Elephant and watched a pretty good band before returning home.