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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... services; complete with access to an array of professional support services, notably our 24-hour Personal Assistants (PA) service. Indulge in an exceptional experience at our Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore.
There is ample chance to have a look at art and culture with Malay Heritage Centre (Istana Kampong Gelam) and Singapore Art Museum, both of which are close to the hotel.
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... it was the school holidays, my sister and the girls and I were there before it even opened! The place is absolutely huge and there were already heaps of people waiting for the place to open! My nieces were beyond excited and it was good to get there early so that we could avoid the majority of the queues! Our first stop when the gates had opened was the Transformers ride, Sophia had gone into great detail beforehand but even that couldn't quite prepare me for it. It was basically ...
... I concede that this was really rather selfish and probably wouldn't have done so if I’d realised I wouldn’t see her again for another eighteen months. So I wanted to spend as much time with them as possible really!
Sentosa Island is a tiny little resort island just across the causeway from the main land with a number of bars, casinos, restaurants and tourist attractions including the Merlion amongst many others. Before heading up to the butterfly park ...
... dancing in their heads), so I guess they charge what the market will bear.
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Today was our first day in our brand new, exciting city... none other than the sensational Singapore! We woke up nice and early, had breakfast and with map in hand, we took to the streets. The feeling of freedom was quite strange since every day the last few weeks we have been guided by a tour guide at every point of our holiday virtually so it was rather liberating to step out alone and explore this fantastical new world called Singapore! As the morning went on ...