Fragrance Hotel - Ocean View

432 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore, 118773, Singapore | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near National Orchid Garden, Haw Par Villa, Labrador Park, and Phobjikha Valley.
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    First Full Day in Singapore

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 01, 2014

    26 photos

    Waking up after my first nights sleep in Singapore I felt pretty good however the thin curtains in my room let so much light into my room that I had to use my eye mask (one that makes me look like a fly with large boggle looking bumps) - also the colour of the curtains (green and yellow) cast the colours into the room leaving it quite bright considering. Got dressed and prepared for the day which was starting at Orchard Road.

    My first day in ...

    Kampung Glam

    A travel blog entry by kampungparadise on Jul 31, 2014

    11 photos

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    The mosque that is located at kampung glam is called Sultan mosque. It is the biggest and most popular mosque in singapore. When there are special religious prayers like hari raya puasa and hari raya haji, people could still drive and make a long journey to the Sultan mosque to perform their prayers even though it is packed and they are needed to pray outside the mosque at the alley near the shop houses.

    Lastly, ...

    An Unexpected Journey to Bugis and Kampong Glam

    A travel blog entry by therealdrew on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Mosque and its appearance is so stunning and beautiful in every way. We can also see and hear Muslims removing their shoes before stepping into the mosque for prayer sessions. After covering Arab Street, we head on to the Malay Heritage Centre which is just located a few minutes away from the mosque and the entire place was simply wonderful.

    The centre was a small indoor museum which showcased most of Singapore's rich Malay heritage in the old ...

    Accessibility at Chinatown Heritage Centre

    A travel blog entry by teamchange on Jul 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    When we traveled to Chinatown and other places, it was convenient because buses and trains were easy to access. There were many buses at the bus stop that goes to several places and we could get to our next destinations easily. The trains had many lines too that were easy to read and understand. We had problems like the fares and crowd. There were jams and congestion during peak hours, bus and train fares were costly too. At Chinatown, there were tour bus ...

    The Balasubramanium's great adventure to chinatown

    A travel blog entry by balasubramanium on Jul 24, 2014

    29 photos

    ... were out of the hotel and headed to Chinatown point for breakfast. After walking around for a little, Gadharhar decided he would like to have some KFC. We were shocked when we look at the menu because they had a breakfast menu, which is something that isn't available in India. Gajalakshmi decided to have the a.m. Blueberry Pancakes and Hashbrown, Gadharhar and I had some a.m. Original Recipe Platter and Arunachaleshwara had some a.m. Roasta Platter.

    After a ...