Plaza Parkroyal

Address: 7500A Beach Road , Singapore, 199591 | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 7500A Beach Road , Singapore, is near Arab Street, Sultan Mosque, Sculpture Square, and Benjamin Sheares Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Exploring Singapore

A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Oct 18, 2014

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... fish might be a bit nicer. Next we headed to the Marina Bay Sands hotel and went up to the Skypark on the 56th floor to admire the view. There was some kind of office social event going on at the time and we found ourselves surrounded by business men and women in suits fake laughing at each other's jokes whilst sipping champagne and checking their watches every five minutes, wondering if it was too soon to leave.... or maybe they really were ...

Singapore

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Oct 14, 2014

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... Biryani served from a Marvellous Medicine sized vat, and Emma polished off an Aloo Gobi. Used to North Indian food from home we decided we'd return and try some unheard of Southern dishes.

Lim Rim is a technological free for all shopping centre, where mostly independent retailers rip off tourists and locals alike. We'd read the bad reviews and had a warning from Lee. Seeing as we were walking past we priced up a replacement camera lens. As the floors go up, so does the ...

Still in Singapore

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 09, 2014

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... of other factors such as the 'Speak Mandarin Campaign’ initiated in the late 1970’s in response to the growing importance of mainland China. Chinese families are encouraged to speak Mandarin rather than their local dialects, which are not always mutually intelligible. Simplified written Chinese characters have also been adopted to align the language with that of China. This measure may have encouraged more students to learn to read and write Chinese. Of ...

A little sightseeing time in Singapore

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 06, 2014

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... the establishment of rubber plantations in Malaya. By the early 20 Century Malaya produced half of the world's supply of rubber and much of that was exported through Singapore. In the 1960's Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew started the transformation of Singapore into a'garden'city. The SBG was again instrumental in the planting of trees and shrubs that make Singapore the lush green environment it is today. Entrance is free and for Singapore residents it really is a very ...

A Significant day

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 03, 2014

... SG already suggested that entry into UK ports would be the ideal place to charge a vignette, the cost of which could vary according to usage. SG makes a mental note to find out who is now Minister of Transport and write an email.

*We are allowed ...