The Porcelain Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Porcelain Hotel Singapore
The rooms are really small, reading all the reviews i thought that it wouldn't be too bad but they were. The room didn't smell great either and had a damp feel to it. The hotel itself is nice and the location is perfect but this hotel is very over priced.
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We had decided that due to a lengthy stop over at Changi Airport, that we would have a two day stopover and have a look around Singapore.
On arriving at the airport, we purchased The Singapore Tourist Pass, that gave us unlimited access to the rail and bus system. We only used the rail system, which we were both so impressed with. So off …
... into the centre of 12 man made structures representing trees the talkest of which has a high rise restaurant. At 8:00PM the "trees illuminate in a light show for 15 minutes. Following this we were took a short bus ride to the Sands Marina Bay Skypark which is the tall building with what appears to be a boat balanced on the top of it. We went to the 56th ...
... a pint of Tiger, the local brew, and a couple of great curries. Shortly after 8.00 pm the fireworks display started and we were able watch the display from our table. We left and made it back to the hotel before the hordes caught up with us.
It was quite hot today, plus 30C and humid. Even Paula had a bead of sweat break through on her normally arid brow! Once we left the museum around 5.30 it had clouded over and cooled of to a comfortable ...
After that, we continued our journey around and came across something familiar to us, Sheesha. Sheesha is basically similar to smoking, however there are many different types flavours to taste. (Please be cautious and responsible for your own health though)Here, the shops are required to have licencing in offering Sheesha services to customers. Since it was the “In Thing” here among ...
... still very much home, and we will be happy to be there again.
Petra, Christiane's mother (our German friend) said that traveling makes you appreciate what you have at home, and she is speaking from experience s her family is well-travelled. We really agree with her, and share her contentment with home and all the blessings it entails.
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