Hotel Selesa, Pasir Gudang

Address: Jalan Bandar, Pasir Gudang, Johor, 81700, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jalan Bandar, Pasir Gudang, is near Singapore Island Country Club, Sembawang Park, Anglers World Family Fun Park, and Seletar Country Club.
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      Jamae Mosque

      A travel blog entry by htmteam2 on Jul 30, 2014

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      Jamae Mosque was built in 1826 and is one of the oldest mosque in Singapore. I was built by tamil muslims from Southern India. The mosque is a neighbour of the Sri Mariamman Temple and it stands out in the Chinese location.

      The mosque has a unique architecture with tiny doors and cross-shaped openings. The entrance gate is in an Indo-Islamic style while the prayer halls has a classic touch to it. It is truly an eye-opener.

      Trip to Chinatown, Singapore

      A travel blog entry by rp_w45a_team4 on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... li>12.00pm: Rest

      • Rested for 15minutes at the nearby McDonald's and after that, we set off to Chinatown Heritage centre.
      12.15pm: Chinatown Heritage Centre
      • We paid $8 each as we are adults. Then we went the museum and look around and take pictures. I have actually learnt a lot from this museum, i have learnt the culture of the past Chinese ...

      Sowing Happiness and Patience

      A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 05, 2014

      53 photos

      ... I would receive more happiness. I completely forgot that. What an amazing line to be brought into my life at this moment. After a short nap back at the hotel, I picked up some pharmacy staples and my laundry, had an uplifting conversation, then headed back out for an early dinner. The street food in Singapore is ridiculously cheap and good, and I thought I would check out a food court for some Laska. I could barely finish it, it was so spicy. I have a feeling ...

      Sprinting Through Singapore in 16 Hours

      A travel blog entry by g2lumi on Jun 07, 2014

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      ... ultramodern Suntec City Mall - Walked around and explored some of the waterfront area with the Merlion (statue and mascot of the Singapore tourism industry) - Visited the towering Marina Bay Sands hotel, casino, and mall by 1:00 p.m. - Ate a fantastic variety of foods at the Maxwell hawker stalls (including chicken and rice, bean curd, and more) as our farewell to Singapore - Arrived at the airport by 3:30 p.m. for our 5:30 p.m. flight to Bangkok WILL FILL IN MORE DETAILS LATER ...

      Where east...meets west, meets north, meets south

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 48 photos

      ... on YouTube) to start, and then headed to the opposite end of the city near the waterfront where we ate another smorgasboard. Dinner consisted of lala, samba stingray, rojak, satay, chicken wings, popiah fried oyster, and fish head otah. I'm sure I'm getting some of those completely wrong but it gives you an idea of the awesome dinner we had. Isaac was very right about the fact that you can find pretty much everything in Singapore. He was also the ...