Fragrance Hotel - Ruby

Address: 10 Lorong 20 Geylang, Singapore, 398 730, Singapore | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Clarke Quay, Kampong Glam, Telok Ayer Street, and Zhujiao Centre (Tekka Market).
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      Days 128 to 129: One night in Singapore

      A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Dec 06, 2012

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      A stop-over in Singapore allowed us to get a very cheap flight from HK to Perth, and gave Soph a chance to have one night and half a day to see Singapore.

      Since time was short we made plans to do only two things: The Raffles hotel for a Singapore Sling and Singapore Zoo. Our hotel was super cheap and we soon found out why when we realised …


      A travel blog entry by kkoffeeko on Oct 17, 2014

      ... took a cab that brought us to Serangoon Road. It was during the ride that I got to know that Serangoon is famous for being the Little India of Singapore. It was almost getting dark when we arrived and I was amazed at the lights and colors in the streets. But as much as we would like to linger in the streets, we were so tired that we needed really some rest. D&E was apparently located almost at the end of Little India.

      When we arrived, there was nobody in the ...

      Singapore, a 'Fine' City

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... We dress up for dinner- at least by our standards. Singapore is a sophisticated place and our everyday attire is, well, a bit scruffy. It is the first time in 3 months that SG wears her 'posh' clothes,(relatively speaking and only a very limited selection) and it feels really strange. She hardly recognises herself in the mirror. Nor does AG.

      *Coincidences - SG in particular believes in being open to the discovery of coincidences. It is a bit of a family joke. ...

      Backpacking around Chinatown, Singapore, 300714.

      A travel blog entry by suzannamohamed on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... of two toasted breads, a tin of kaya fillings, a tin of strawberry fillings, two half – boiled eggs and preferred choice of drinks of either coffee or tea. Since we were too hungry, breakfasts were done within 30 minutes.

      At 9:35 am, we decided to start our sightseeing of Chinatown. Our sightseeing started with just admiring the architecture and having our morning walk around Chinatown. Chinatown comprises of six streets; Mosque Street, Pagoda Street, ...

      Little India's Food!

      A travel blog entry by fabulousteam3 on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... vegetarian restaurants available to choose from! Also, we would like to suggests that, it would be more better if there are more toilets in Little India. So that it will be more convenience for kids,as they are usually the one going to the toilet frequently. More western restaurants to cater to people who have allergies to spices, herbs or indian food. So by doing this, it can also attracts more tourists to Singapore.