Asphodel Inn Singapore

Address: 380 Race Course Road, Singapore, 218702, Singapore | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Clarke Quay, Mustafa Centre, Telok Ayer Street, and Petain Road.
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      On my way home

      A travel blog entry by spersephone on Dec 13, 2014

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      ... from the plane to show my girls. I have had snatches of sleep, but I just can't relax enough, although I am so ridiculously tired. At 14:25pm Melbourne time, (11:25 Perth), I saw the first parts of Australia appear, being islands and glimpses of the top half from my window on the left side of the plane. Still 4 hours of flight, but I'm home in my country. 10 minutes later, and I see actual red mainland, and it makes me happy. I have loved Beijing, but it's going away ...

      Sightseeing Time in Singapore

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 06, 2014

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      ... under the control of the Sultan of Johor who was himself loyal to the Dutch. The Brits and the Dutch sorted out their differences with Treaties in 1824 and 1826 and basically carved up the Malay Archipelago between them. The Straits ports of Malaka, Penang and Singapore all fell under British control. Singapore flourished and expanded and by 1869 the population had risen to around 100000. Initially it grew despite ineffective administration by the British East ...

      Uptown, downtown Does anyone know where we are?

      A travel blog entry by kjburton on Aug 28, 2014

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      ... in the early1800's he insisted on three main building conditions. They were that all buildings must have a brick or stone foundation or first storey the second was that the building must have a tiled roof and thirdly that adjoining buildings must have a non flammable dividing section between the foofs. This would prevent the spread of a fire between buildings or a flammable foof from collapsing and setting the whole building on fire. A large section of ...

      Adventuring the famous Chinatown!

      A travel blog entry by paulinetan on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... MRT.

      Love visiting cultural heritages or museums like me? Then, you should definitely visit the beautiful Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple, Jamae Mosque which is along Temple Street, one of the most famous place, the Chinatown Museum where you can enter to learn about the historical past of Chinatown. There is also free performance of Lion Dance at 6.45pm every Saturday! How exciting is that!

      Food? What ...

      4As of collaboration with industry

      A travel blog entry by kepmy on Jul 25, 2014

      ... of the tourists were not aware of the famous temples and food places, they still ask around and would like to find out more about the place and why it is famous. However, a place that everyone knows would be Mustafa and the coloured building as Mustafa sells cheap things and almost everything you need are there while the coloured building is known for the Arts of India and a fantastic place to take nice pictures with friends and families as memories. ...