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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        Bye Bye Malaysia

        A travel blog entry by alec_soper on Oct 26, 2015

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        ... in that area so it was a good place to start! I went past a few interesting things such as a statue of some body builder, a few bits and bobs of street art, and the tomb of Hang Jebat. Hang Jebat was a crony of Hang Tuah, a legendary Malay warrior, who you can't escape mention of in Malaysia. Every town we went seemed to have a street or something named after him. Hang Jebat rebelled and went on a bit of a killing spree against the Melaka Sultan after Hang Tuah was unjustly sentenced ...

        Singapore Day 2

        A travel blog entry by ellie.t on Oct 02, 2015

        ... for the flower some first which was full of flowers and also statues and wood carved objects. It was really good. They had an exhibition celebrating chrysanthemums so there were huge displays of all different types, an array of colours and so pretty. After the flower dome I headed for Cloud Forest which hosted a 35metre waterfall and a terrifying cloud walk, elevated walk way which made me feel quite sick as I don't like heights! ...

        Only some of Singapore's shopping centres

        A travel blog entry by lb12 on Sep 21, 2015

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        ... being dropped on it. It was dented in that test, but still suitcase shaped. The GST application counter was right next to the luggage area (there might be something in that). That process was painless and I was quickly on my way. Now backpack less, as I put that and the umbrella I bought when it was rainy into my new purchase. On the way out I bought some Royce's caramel potato chips. Yes, a potato chip covered in caramel. I discovered these in Japan last year. They're ...


        A travel blog entry by mandeep.mohan on Aug 27, 2015

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        ... it was built to show how the world could be preserved and we could be eco friendly. Singapore basically has too much money on their hands. We eventually went back to Sagars after such a sick evening and had another great meal cooked at home. Again i are too much but it was worth it. I had only been in Singapore for a day but I was already in love with it. If it wasn't for the heat I would definitely work out ...

        9 Aug, 2015 (SG50)

        A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 09, 2015

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        ... increases and ends up totaling about $3,000.
        Oh, and petrol is not any better. In Canada it hovers around 1.100 per litre in Ontario, but in Singapore it is 2.110 per litre. Ouch.

        My second cultural note is on Singlish (Singaporean English). If you listen, "lah" or "mah" will be thrown casually on the end of phrases, sometimes to add emphasis, sometimes to punctuate a question. Some locals would use them three times in one sentence! I liked the swing it gave ...