Far East Plaza Residences By Far East Hospitality

14 Scotts Road, Singapore, Singapore | Condo
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This condo, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Marina Bay Sands Casino, Lucky Plaza, Singapore City Gallery, and Emerald Hill.
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    Travel Blogs from Singapore

    Kampong Glam(orous)

    A travel blog entry by neilmacbangbang on Jul 31, 2014

    25 photos

    ... my team. But it also rained which I guess was a good thing because it was really hot and sunny, but then again the whole place became really slippery after the rain. So other than the weather, I really did think that the heritage sites around Kampong Glam realy did speak to me in such a way that it felt like I was revisiting and reminiscing the old and golden days of Singapore when it was just developing into the metropolitan it is ...

    Heritage Tour

    A travel blog entry by nicolelau on Jul 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... Inside, they sell some unique souvenirs and there are also brochures regarding the map of Chinatown.

    They could visit some other religion heritage places such as the hindu temple (Sri Mariamman Temple) which is known for Singapore's oldest Hindu Temple. Another heritage attraction suitable for the senior citizens in the 70s from Hong Kong would be the Chinatown Heritage Centre. They will be ...

    An unforgettable place

    A travel blog entry by e44rteam5 on Jul 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... Guess what, Jenna suggested taking pictures with others there! Cool idea, isn't it? So, we took pictures with Japanese, Indian and even the locals there. Friendly people they were, I liked them so much! The kids we took picture with were very bubbly and we liked them a lot! Haha! We then went to the Chinatown Heritage Centre and learn about the history and culture of Singapore which both of us found it interesting. Who would have expected us to be interested ...

    End of Asia

    A travel blog entry by gapyear2014 on Jul 04, 2014

    6 photos

    ... repeatedly 'you're baffed!' James was forced to accept his loss. Despite this, multiple 70p baguettes were munched and an easy transfer to Chiang Mai made us not regret the boat. Once in Chiang Mai we went about booking a Jungle Trek. This involved a pretty average visit to an elephant sanctuary, followed by the beginning of our walk. We had been given a guide, 'Bond', who failed to tell us his name for at least 4 hours, but turned out to be Thailand's answer ...

    Tourist day in Singapore

    A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jul 01, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... see the main reason why Singapore has become the massive metropolis it is, the shipping yards. The amount of sea shipping containers and liners being loaded/unloaded was amazing and helped put in perspective the work that goes behind keeping such a great city.
    The monorail stopped at three stations around the island: Resort Island, Look Out and Beach. We decided to get off at Resort Island and work our way to the Beach. But before we began our exploring Andy wanted ...