Hotel BLP

85 Beach Rd, Singapore, 189694, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 85 Beach Rd, Singapore, is near Lau Pa Sat Festival Pavilion, MacRitchie Nature Trail, Central Business District, and UOB Plaza.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Buddha tooth relic temple & museum

A travel blog entry by htmteam2 on Jul 30, 2014

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... 13 March 2005. It costed S$62 million and 2 years later, a soft launch was held to coincide with the 2007 Vesak Day celebration.

It will be appealing to tourists as its free entry to everyone.

Visitors can spend from maybe a few minutes to a few hours depending on how interested they are in buddhism.

Thus, the Buddha tooh relic temple & museum is a great place to visit and is truly an attraction in Chinatown ! :)))) <3

Our visit to Chinatown!!

A travel blog entry by team1e44j on Jul 28, 2014

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... stop was Pagoda street! We walked around the street for quite sometime and were mesmerised with many interesting things along the street! From traditional seal to wind chimes, it is just a feast to the eyes! Lots of pictures were taken for keepsake (as seen below). Traditional costume which the Chinese used to wear back then were sold in different size suitable for all ages! Handmade fans, traditional lanterns were able to let ...

People at Chinatown Heritage Centre

A travel blog entry by teamchange on Jul 24, 2014

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... us to places of interest by many other tourists that are good places to gain extra knowledge. We saw people from the same country and locals that speak the same language as us, this way it was easy for us when we had problems. As Singapore is a multi-racial country, locals did recognize us as tourist and thought we were one of them. Apart from the workers that had their professional attire, we did not see much of any traditional clothing worn by locals or ...


A travel blog entry by julesinfinland on Jul 06, 2014

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Changi is ENORMOUS. I was blown away. So much shopping, so many gates, so many gardens, SOOO much chocolate!

I settled in to a nice chair and charged my computer on one of the universal plug points right outside the Butterfly garden in T3. I talked to Antti and then called dad with my skype credit and talked to him and mum for a while which was really nice! I went to explore some more and found some more gardens and duplicates ...

Crazy day!!

A travel blog entry by kiri1994 on Jul 01, 2014

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... Malaysians have ever heard of staying in your lame or indicating. In between all the craziness we had Lincoln throwing up, Rowan dad and I were all fingerprint tested at immigration and we almost died on the bus trip. Anyway we have some made it safely to our hotel (which is quite nice), we have eaten a rather nice lunch and are now just relaxing in the hotel :) lesson learnt- never rode in an unmarked taxi :D Legoland tomorrow! ...