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Ask for your luggage to go straight to Adelaide then you are just 'in transit' with hand luggage at Singapore (They have little mini trollies for that too if you plan to walk about!)
- lots to see and do - gardens, shops, massage, swim, large screen TVs, free internet ..........
Done it 7 times now and looking forward to it all again sometime in the next couple of months. Makes that long journey bearable!
Last edited by jtct; 10-09-2011 at 12:02 PM.
Jane and Clive
CPV 143 - Feb 2010 Acknowledged 3rd May 2010, VISA GRANTED 3rd June, 2011, Arrived 5th October Moved to new house 18th November 2011, 2014 Living the dream!
You don't even have to ask. They will check it through to your final destination unless you ask them not to.
A good tip for your carry on luggage is to pack a change of clothes with you, ideally lighter clothes for warmer weather. It's pretty much always warm and a bit muggy in the airport (not horrible but you can feel it). I always change into a sleeveless top, shorts and sandals. Plus you feel a lot fresher after a change of clothes and brushing your teeth. I usually have a shower too before I board the next flight. Once again it helps with freshness and also eases any muscle stiffness from the first flight.
We went into the transit lounge. It cost £15 per adult not sure about children. You could have a shower, there was a gym and free food and drinks ( they charge for alcoholic ones ) . It was well worth it and helped to pass the time. You felt vey refreshed when you had been there. Just follow the signs for the transit hotel go up the escalator and it is on your right.