Rider'S Lodge

Address: 108 Turf Club Road, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 108 Turf Club Road, Singapore, is near Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

I'm not getting up 'til breakfast time !!!!!!!!

A travel blog entry by neil.mitchell on Oct 31, 2014

3 comments, 26 photos

... the city, there's a commentary, using headphones and it's quite interesting and it's free. Among other things the commentary explains why Singapore is relatively free from traffic congestion, it seems that government has put in a number of measures to make it very expensive to buy and run a car. They were the first country in the world to introduce an electronic congestion charge and they have 100% import duty tax on cars!!! You would think that would ...

Singapore and Sentosa Island

A travel blog entry by kcasey1 on Oct 11, 2014

3 photos

Arrived in Singapore late yesterday afternoon. Got up this morning and it is hot and humid. The shops don't open until 10am so we are bored. Our tour to Sentosa Island doesn't start until 1pm. The doorman sent us off in a taxi to the shopping district. Cherry and I went for massages and foot reflexology, first time for Cherry. We then went and got our nails done. First time for me. Cherry ended up walking out with a full set of ...


A travel blog entry by tashdanpaige on Aug 26, 2014

7 photos

It was another early morning for Tash and Paige to get to the airport. We woke up at 4:30 am, packed our cases and made our way downstairs to catch the taxi to the bus station. We got there in good time to buy our tickets and jump on a huge coach. We claimed the back seats as always and made ourselves comfortable for the hours journey to the airport. We basically slept the whole way and was woken up by the sounds of people departing the coach. We grabbed our bags and went to ...

Can it be over

A travel blog entry by iancowden on Aug 21, 2014

13 photos

... escapes me had a really great enclosure. There were a number of family groups with access to still and running water and lots of rocks and trees to climb in.

We had a look at a few other animals and decided wed better make our way to get a taxi. Not only had the mass of taxi's completely disappeared but there was a queue of people to boot. Fortunately it didn't take too long for the taxi's to start arriving.

Well here I ...

Our Forgotten Heroes

A travel blog entry by pbetrabet on Aug 19, 2014

6 photos

... final resting place of 4458 servicemen.The marked graves are neatly laid out in rows on either side of the Memorial. Till date, over 850 graves remain unidentified. The garden is well maintained and neatly manicured. Even though I have been a history buff I had no idea that the Indian Army had the highest number of casualties (over 56000), the largest in any ethnic group. However, no Indian soldiers are buried here as they were supposed to be cremated. Instead, ...