3rd and final time staying here. Service seems to deteriorate each time we come. Upon check out, they didn't bother to check in on your stay.
On the bright side, the service served by the staffs at Beast & Butterflies were great! Be sure to head down early to avoid the crowd and get some serenity!
• Room was huge and spacious, def can fit a whole family!!
• Service was top notch!
• Breakfast spread was good, be sure to try the laksa!!
• Toilet bowl was quite cool cos it's automated! (Forgot to snap a pic of that)
It's sooo good that we have already booked our next stay! ♡♡
The Garden by the Bay is the largest garden and nature park i'v travel with, which i knew it was 101 hectares, found in Singapore, and for me the most luxerious landscaping too. It is just beside or connecting to the hotel which we stayed, the Marina Bay Sands hotel & resort. Trivia; its Flower Dome is the largest glass greenhouse in the world. This was opened June 29, 2012 and it is now 9 yrs existing. How to get there? The nearest is tru Mtr and stop at Bayfront mtr station. Singapore is an expensive trip too, but worth the stay if you manage where to go, and this nature park trip will be the most unforgettable to your travel list.
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Address- 136 Tg Rhu Rd, Singapore 436921
Getting There - Few minutes walk from Stadium MRT Station (Circle Line) or take bus no 11 or 158 and alight at Opp Costa Rhu Condo bus stop.
Attractions - Tanjong Rhu Lookout Tower, Tanjong Rhu Suspension Bridge, River View . Place to cycle , jogging and enjoy the scenetic view.
Nearby attractions- Garden By The Bay, Singapore Indoor Stadium , Kallang Ice World, Singapore Sport Hub.
Nearby Shopping - Kallang Wave Shopping Mall and Leisure Park Kallang
Nearby Hotel- Pan Pacific Serviced Suites , PARKROYAL on Beach Road , Hotel Clover 33, Marina Bay Sands.
Garden's by the Bay is a nature park located in central Singapore adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The sprawling garden is an integral part of a strategy by the Singapore government to transform Singapore from a "Garden City" to a "City in a Garden". It is one of Singapore's premiere attractions and a place I highly recommend that you visit. The Bay South Garden is the one that receives the maximum number of visitors because of what it has to offer. Inspired by an orchid, the design resembles Singapore’s national flower, Vanda ‘Miss Joaquim’. Take note that all the photos in this post were taken at the Bay South Garden. When night falls, the vertical gardens come alive with a mesmerising choreographed light and sound show - also known as the Garden Rhapsody amidst the Supertrees. It is a visual extravaganza that will leave you captivated. Be sure you are there between 7:45 to 8:45pm to get in on the excitement.
It's our first visit to the National Gallery Singapore after its official opening late last year. The visual arts institution is housed in two national monuments - former Supreme Court and City Hall - that have been beautifully restored and transformed. The Gallery now oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
Some artwork seems easier to relate while others look rather profound to me. Art have many facets and perspective depending on how you look at it.
There's definitely so much more at National Gallery Singapore that we were not able to cover within the short span of few hours. Hope to be back again soon.
There are three beaches in Sentosa island, which are Siloso Beach, Palawan Beach and Tanjong Beach. Siloso Beach had vibrant atmosphere with lots of restaurants and bars.
We just strolled on this manmade beach resort to breathe its stress-relieving breeze. If you are looking for an eco activity, make time for it on your itinerary!
You can also try your hand at skim-boarding or kayaking, as well as cycling, rollerblading and other exciting beach activities. After dark, Siloso really comes alive, with parties, music, lively bars and restaurants celebrating the beach lifestyle long into the night – every night.
When all is said and done, and when you have finished your excursion to Siloso Beach, make sure you take advantage of the free shuttles that drive along the beachfront roads, rather than walking yourself.
Even after standing in long queues at Universal Studios Singapore, I don’t complain that I didn’t enjoy my time there. May be, it was not a place suitable for a solo traveller but then there was a lot to do that I would have missed if I had not planned this trip. While a majority of rides at Universal Studios Singapore are designed to entertain kids. From King Julian’s beach party to Madagascar Crate adventure, everything has children written all over. Even a fast roller coaster like Enchanted Express is easy to be handled by the children.
Despite this, there are plenty of attractions where the adults can entertain themselves. These rides are strictly for those who have a high adrenaline rush.
Universal Studios is an insane experience. Among the many things to do in Singapore, I think a visit here will do no harm.
This is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore at 36m and is just 274m long spanning across the busy Henderson Road below. There is no step on the bridge, making it easier for the elderly and the handicapped to enjoy the facility and the accompanying views. Made of yellow balau wood, an all-weather timber material found in Southeast Asia, it can be quite unnerving for visitors who are afraid of height to notice the gap in between the slabs. These steel 'ribs' sculpts the bridge and gives it the artistic feel of a dancing wave that bounces from one park to the other. The ribs also act as shelters for park goers.
The reason why it is called wave because its architecture is in the form of a wave which makes it appealing from the outside.