Keong Saik Hotel

69 Keong Saik Road, Singapore, 089165, Singapore | Hotel
Prices starting from $90.00

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Kayaking with Monkeys!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88


... the end, I nearly crushed the poor bugger but still managed to get some photographs I was really quite pleased with. As we meandered back down the riverbank, I heard the leaves rustle in the trees above me and realised they were full of monkeys! There were literally at least thirty monkeys, tearing up and down the footpath. I think a walker had been carrying a bag of food (fatal my friends, fatal) and the monkeys had made a run for him, pulling the bag apart and helping themselves! ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking


What a delight it was to be able to shut the door, and have peace, perfect peace! Do not disturb.
Up at 7 this morning, ...

Day one.

A travel blog entry by pandar

... Fries (same as home), a lemon quencher (suprisingly good), and a spicy burger. The man that served us failed to mention it is the spiciest, hottest burger on the menu. Josh powered through (needless to say I'm glad I didn't have it, the after effects will be awful!) and we sat in silence for a while whilst munching on some type of cinnamon dessert (probably the only good thing in Maccas here). We stared at the food that went uneaten and decided that we were still hungry, and needed to ...

The City from the Future

A travel blog entry by filipmontberg


... part of a ceremony that was going on where they poured flowers of a statue (I took no photos not to disrespect them). We then went to the Buddah Tooth temple a few blocks away and I think it was my first time in a Buddhist temple and it was incredibly beautiful! Lots of colors and statues, very nice indeed. On our way out we passed some form of local dance group that were rehearsing on a square. not one of those young and cool ones you see that put on a show, but some elderly ...

Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Skypark

A travel blog entry by mark_deb


... tall buildings either side with what looks like a ship on the top. Speaking of photos, it's been a bit hard getting free wi fi in Singapore so uploading photos from the camera will come soon - promise. Tonight we had dinner at Bujuis Street at Laksania. Bujuis Street is where the true traditional food, and very cheap food is. This is where all the locals go for their ...

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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Chinatown, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Bath Culture Foot Therapy, and Three Gorges (Sanxia).
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