Ambassador Hotel

Address: 75 Desker Road, Singapore, 209598, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Campbell Lane, and Petain Road.
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Day 33+ - The long trek home

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 03, 2014

... they were putting out final boarding calls, but at least we'd made it. Whether our luggage had done likewise, we wouldn't know for another ten hours. Then, hey presto! We arrived in an almost deserted Singapore airport at around 5am, and found, miracle of miracles, that our luggage had arrived also. With some 18 hours to kill before our next flight, we grabbed a taxi to a nearby hotel where Helen had very kindly organised us with a room where we ...

Singapore day 2

A travel blog entry by natalierose on Jul 30, 2014

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... to take bags into the line with you, so the parents looked after my stuff while me and Jess (the 19 year old girl) went on most of the rides! We only missed 2 rides, that was because the line was so incredibly long - over an hour wait for the water rafter ride & over 2 hour wait for a hanging rollercoster! It poured down again with thunder and lighting at about 11.30am - didn't stop for a few hours so most of the rides got closed. We managed to hop on a ...

Chinatown : Heritage Site in Singapore

A travel blog entry by siewhuishan on Jul 24, 2014

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Our trip to Chinatown, learning and exploring about the heritage sites.

My team and I had explored only a few part of Chinatown. As you walked along the strict of Chinatown, you will see a lot of shops selling souvenirs, clothes and more that represents Singapore and our culture. For example, traditional clothes like nyonya.

We visited the ...

First day

A travel blog entry by wendyandjohn on Jul 06, 2014

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Left on time from Melbourne and the flight was uneventful. Food was lovely and plentiful, entertainment system was good.
Now we are waiting, waiting, waiting at Singapore airport for our connecting flight. There's a four hour wait till 2am which is really 4am. Looking forward to sleeping on the next leg of the ...

Singapore food here we come

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 16, 2014

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... Malaya and other parts of Asia, Singapore's population had reached 100,000. Many Chinese and Indian immigrants came to Singapore to work in the rubber plantations and tin mines, and their descendents later formed the bulk of Singapore's population.[16]


  • Masjid Sultan Mosque. When Singapore was ceded to the British in 1819, Temenggong Abdul Rahman, the island's chief, and Sultan Hussain Shah of Johore, under whose jurisdiction Singapore fell, ...