Village Residence Clarke Quay By Far East Hospitality

Address: 20 Havelock Road, Singapore, 059765, Singapore | Condo
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This condo, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Chinatown, Singapore History Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre, and Bath Culture Foot Therapy.
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    Travel Blogs from Singapore

    Singapore Grand Prix

    A travel blog entry by mattandbecky on Sep 21, 2014

    22 photos

    ... of massive headphones to listen to the commentary on. After qualifying Robbie Williams was on the main stage until midnight. Just as he got on stage the heavens opened and it poured down the whole way through his set. Everyone got drenched but there was still a great atmosphere and Robbie put on a fantastic show.
    After the concert we went for a few more drinks at Boat Quay before heading back to the hotel.

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    Tired in Singapore

    A travel blog entry by inesoca on Sep 03, 2014

    14 photos

    We are knackered. Tired as hell. Exhausted. And feeling officially old! After 6 weeks on the road, boy, we are feeling it. Our 4 year old too. Grumpy four year old+old grumpy people=mmmhhh trouble. Grumpy 4 year old that does not want to walk= defcon 1alert. We are going home tomorrow and we are ready. Ready for no more roaches. Ready for burgers. Ready for Belgian beer. Ready for clean toilets. Ready for Belgian weather... ...

    Kampung Glam

    A travel blog entry by kampungparadise on Jul 31, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Heritage Centre Is just located next to the sultan Mosque. Its is a museum based on malay singaporeans. It shows our history, culture and heritage. It also raised many events like malay cultural programes, workshop and charity events.

    These 3 attractions are very popular in singapore and they have a very strong media coverage as there are always big media events that are located in Sultan mosque or Malay heritage Singapore.
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    Backpacking around Chinatown, Singapore, 300714.

    A travel blog entry by suzannamohamed on Jul 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... not forgetting the permanent residents. Oh well, permanent residents here are already looked upon as a local Singapore resident. Singapore is already a multi – national country despite being the small and labelled as the tiny red dot on the Asia’s map. Now back to the topic, yes, the dinner was scrumptious. The picture of the local Chinatown seafood located at Temple Street can be found under the gallery section.


    After having our dinner which ended ...

    Indian family's perspective Chinatown, Singapore.

    A travel blog entry by johnsonlim on Jul 29, 2014

    ... taste way better as it was also very fresh.

    The second activity was to visit the Chinatown heritage centre. It is an attraction which shows Singapore's past and how the people then lived. Inside the attraction, we were not allowed to take photos :( but we were allowed to touch some of the relics and artefacts. It was very interesting.

    The next activity was the visit to the Sri Mariamman Temple, along Temple Street. It was a ...