I am Dr Sing Kong Yuen, veterinary surgeon from Singapore, Toa Payoh Vets, www.toapayohvets.com.
I enjoyed my stay in the Governor's House-the biggest room sometime in 2006-2008. I was probably the only foreigner. I stayed in the Governor's room. The ambience was excellent and the service was excellent. The managing director was a nice man in his late 70s. He gave me some history of this place. He was a retiree helping out the founder of this resort. It is 2020 now and a decade has passed. Now you have beautiful surroundings.
FOR IMPROVEMENT TO YOUR SALES
I notice that your presentation is more of the same "luxury" resort facilities. While they are important, they are also present in other luxury resorts. Your unique selling proposition is the HISTORY of the British colonial era - the various governors. You have a plaque inside your hotel with the names of the British Governors. Is there really a museum?
I am making a video about the Governor's House. Will it be possible for you to allow me to use the images in this webpage and provide me more information of your museum and the horse and carriage tours? This video will help to inform guests who may have high expectations of this resort understand better. The high expectations from a Singaporean guest and others are recorded in the google reviews.
Thank you very much.
Dr Sing Kong Yuen.
My tel is +65 9668-6468, email@example.com, Singapore Toa Payoh Vets.
The Aureum Resort is comprised of 34 spacious, en suite bungalows scattered through the beautifully manicured gardens surrounding the Governor’s House.
The style is as you expect; traditional with classic furnishings, but with all the modern in-room comforts and amenities. There is also a presidential suite available.
Marvelous find in Pyin oo Lwin - a building which transports you directly into the Downton Abbey era... I did not stay at this place, just paid 2 USD to explore the old heritage building... Whilst the "exhibition" certainly could need a sprucing up, the building in itself more than merits a visit...