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Typically, we walk for 15 minutes, stop for a fruit juice, and repeat, until we decide it’s time to go back to the hotel. The staff ooze charm, there’s a good pool and stunning views of the river and Marina Bay from our room.
We later relocate to the Shangri-La, to the west of the city centre.
He will barely sleep that night, his head spinning with so much to take in. Travel essentials Getting there Western & Oriental (020 7666 1234; westernoriental.com) offers a 10-day twin centre trip to Singapore and Bali, staying at the Shangri-La in Singapore.
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These, perhaps epitomising Singapore, manage to be impressive rather than vulgar.
As dusk falls, a laser show beams out from the remarkable three-pronged Marina Bay Sands complex (“It looks like a surfboard,” observes our oldest, Hannah).
How this applies to young families is that Singaporean children don’t appear to have meltdowns, at least not in public.
For months we planned our family trip to Singapore, sketching out what we would do, and how we would mark the euphoric moment of arriving in the Far East.The key to a successful family holiday is the same, whether you’re in Cornwall or have travelled more than 6,000 miles to end up in Liang Court shopping centre: do what keeps your children happy. Liang Court is adjacent to Clarke Quay, a strip of riverside bars and open-air restaurants and, the children fed, we settle there with cold beers and juices, gawking at the eye-catching cityscape of the high-rise financial district.It’s a euphoric way to round off our first day in Singapore, the first of nine we spend there. Surprise is the reaction of most tourists we encounter in Singapore.Staying there Mark Rowe and family stayed at the Novotel Clarke Quay (novotel.com) which has bay view rooms from £180, including breakfast, for two adults and two children, and the Shangri-La Singapore (shangri-la.com), which has garden wing rooms from £250 for a family of four, including breakfast.In the first week of February, 1894, I returned to Shanghai from Japan.