Madras Hotel

No.28-32 Madras Street, Singapore, 208422, Singapore | Hotel
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Just like old times

A travel blog entry by kateburch


... a little stop over.

After spending a couple of weeks with Mum and Dad on the farm, and then a day in Melbourne chilling with Mum, I flew to Singapore to catch up with Lauren. She was there for work, so it was likely that I wasnt going to be able to see her a whole lot, but she offered for me to stay with her, at the Fairmont, which of course I didnt turn down!

I hadnt seen Lauren for about 18 or so months, so we had quite a lot to catch up on, which of ...


A travel blog entry by jaysurtees


... swinging from the trees above you in complete free roam, crocs free roaming the waters below you, and deers running through the forest. It was fascinating. The whole zoo is open plan(obviously with dividers between animals), but with no big fences, and gates. There were regular feeding sessions with most of the animals, where you had the chance to feed some too (including giraffes and rhinos). We queued for 15 minutes to feed the giraffes, ...

Fun Filled Day

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... lunch we rode a Segway for the first time. It felt a bit funny at first because to get it to move you have to lean forward as if you're falling down, but it didn't take long for us to feel comfortable. Then, we rented bikes and rode along the beach for close to an hour. Parts of the beach were busier than others, but even the busy parts weren't that crowded. It was a nice, relaxed atmosphere. Mid-afternoon it began to rain of ...

On the map...

A travel blog entry by goinggong


... one is going to travel today. The bus ride is rather uneventful as is rocks and bounces over the Cixi potholes. The bus driver sings a Chinese opera to himself as he plods along bellowing the hooter ever so often at practically ever car on the road. The other drivers on the road seem oblivious to the hulking bus bearing down on them and then lurching to a crawl, inches behind them. We are in seats number 1 and 2, so the view should be good, right. Not a chance! There is a ...

The best of Southeast Asia

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren


... br> Best view/scenery: Driving through northern Laos was breath-taking as was the cable car trip we did in Langkawi, Malaysia.
Best splurge: Overnight cruise on Ha Long Bay will always be remembered - my tips for anyone wanting to go would be to book in Hanoi and haggle haggle haggle - we paid 50% too much!
Best steal: Paying 1 pound 75 each per night at Liberta Homestay on Lake Toba in Sumatra, ...

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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Bugis Village, Little India Arcade, and Campbell Lane.
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