Rider'S Lodge

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

Sentosa Island: Most Southern point of SE Asia

A travel blog entry by hdoherty on Aug 30, 2014

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... a cable car) takes you to the next step of reaching the Island and our cable car conveniently floated over a very expensive looking cruise ship, a perfect opportunity of spying on how the other half live.

Next mode of transport: Luging! A 'luge' is essentially a go kart minus an engine, very Fred Flintstone-like, and easy to steer, easy to go full pelt as friction is the only ...

Sick in Singapore

A travel blog entry by leahaston on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

While everyone else headed off to visit the orangutans (see my previous post about this here: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/leahaston/1/1311422833/tpod.html ) we flew to Singapore so that Panu could work for a few days and network with the Singapore Symantec office. Then the sickness struck. And that's about ...


A travel blog entry by swathiramesh on Jul 30, 2014

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Kampong Glam
As it's our first time in Singapore, my partner and I were very curious to find out more about the various cultural heritage sites here in Singapore since Singapore is well known as a multi-racial community.

1) Sri Krishnan Temple
Our first destination, Sri Krishnan Temple is a place where Hindu devotees here in Singapore visit. We were amazed by how the prayers were conducted as it isn't something we witness in our ...

A Day @ Singapore: Heritage Sites

A travel blog entry by huien_ on Jul 29, 2014

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... of these heritage sites had not only enhance our knowledge in the cultures present in Singapore, which we could use in the the future when working with companies in Singapore but also the thinking of wanting better wealth, health and the prosperity for our business/careers. Thus, this fruitful one day trip to certain heritage sites in Singapore had widen my view on this tiny red dot.


The Balasubramanium's great adventure to chinatown

A travel blog entry by balasubramanium on Jul 24, 2014

29 photos

... not sweet as the word candied would make you think, it had more of a sour taste and there were a few seeds(?) in it, The watermelon juice however was really sweet and nice. We walked past a stall where a chinese man was showing us some magic tricks, one including a pen which he could somehow stab through a note and upon removing it there was no hole at the note at all and secondly these four rings that he could link together despite it looking like there are no slits or ...