Kerbau Hotel

Address: 54 Kerbau Road, Singapore, 219178, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Little India Arcade, and Campbell Lane.
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      Woo hoo we're here!

      A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Jan 08, 2015

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      ... brown loft insulation material?! on top - any ideas what it was?) and pork ribs in sauce. We got some chuckles from the locals as we obviously had no idea what was going on. The food was good though and for under 5 pounds per person we cant complain.

      So we're off to bed now (CAN'T WAIT - in fact Mike seems to have just fallen asleep) and hopefully exploring Chinatown, Little India and having maybe another Singapore Sling at a bar overlooking the city tomorrow.

      D Day

      A travel blog entry by songwen on Dec 22, 2014

      In a flash, I am flying to San Francisco in a few hours time. I wouldn't imagine I would really be going to the Land of the Free. This would be the first long overseas trip which is a month long away from Singapore.

      I guess it's time for me to get out of my comfort zone, trying out new things and meet new people from other countries. I'll be sticking with Gordon and staying at his house for the whole month until I return back to Singapore. Ironically, I ...

      Day 11 - Southern Ridges

      A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Nov 03, 2014

      ... i'd hoped it'd be. I thought I was going to be lost in the wilderness of the parks, away from traffic and roads, walking on narrow paths amongst the rainforest. I was in the rainforest but still fairly nearly traffic and with small roads running through some parts of the parks. Still it was incredible that such a landscape and habitat still survived and existed this close to a major city, or actually in amongst the city. The walk ...

      Singapore shopping stopover!

      A travel blog entry by sagatatravels on Nov 03, 2014

      2 comments, 40 photos

      ... through without any hassles. A little surprised to see local small fishing boats fishing in the transition lane which isn't that wide!! Headed for the Three Sisters to clear customs expecting a wharf or something to tie up against but no you just idle there and a customs boat comes out & at the bow sends a fishing net over for the paperwork and passports etc. A real unique way of doing it & the drivers were experts just close enough. All cleared within ...

      Birthdaying in Singapore

      A travel blog entry by edweston on Sep 26, 2014

      33 photos

      ... in tears and a questionable amount of tablet actually being swallowed, we had resorted to brute force, I.e. I force a tablet through a convenient gap in his back teeth, he gags a little and then swallows. Whilst horrific, it's over in seconds and he immediately gets over it and generally also gets a treat from mummy (the good cop). After breakfast we went to the amazing Singapore zoo. It was by far the greatest zoo we have visited. Everything pristine and organised (of course) ...