Mayo Inn

Address: 9 Jalan Besar, Singapore, 208786, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Rochor area of Singapore, is near Bugis Village, Arab Street, Little India Arcade, and Campbell Lane.
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    Touched down in South East Asia

    A travel blog entry by rich_and_jessie on Nov 04, 2015

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... awaited us, we will have to compare it to the San Francisco China town. Jessie got to practice her hard buyer routine when the restaurant we went to wanted to put is outside instead of in the front of the shop (where the precious aircon was located). Jessie told them no deal and started to walk on... somehow the table we wanted became available and we enjoyed our ...

    Back to Singapore

    A travel blog entry by edandlaura on Oct 12, 2015

    25 photos

    ... leg through Malaysia and we also went to see Peter perform in a show - excerpts of Swan Lake showing parts of acts 1,2 and 4. Peter was brilliant! It was amazing to see him perform on stage as part of a professional company - well done Pete!

    It was sad to say goodbye as we continued our journey by travelling to Kuala Lumpur but we will be back to stay again for a short weekend later in November as a stopover on the way to Aus. We were going to ...

    First day in Singapore

    A travel blog entry by gmalnyk on Sep 26, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... out. In addition to the captain and the first officer, we counted at least 10 stewards and stewardesses. At each seat, a pillow and blanket were waiting for us, along with complimentary earbuds. Plus each seat was equipped with a tv with a remote, a light under the tv (as well as the one over top) and a USB connection and auto/video jacks (separate from the sound/headset plug ins on our arm rests) in the seat back in front of us. There was a very surprising sooooo ...

    The Big Heat

    A travel blog entry by red_gamer on Sep 04, 2015

    7 photos

    ... here. Aidan was fascinated that there was no graffiti and chewing gum is banned - although he triumphantly found a piece on the footpath. I recountered the two Germans who tagged a train and the cane they got as a result.

    Monday was quiet. We took a walk up and down Orchard Road, but Prada and Versace was wasted on us. We enjoyed the Lucky Plaza a lot more and its food court. It is frequented by Filipinos - and the food ...

    Full Day in Singapore

    A travel blog entry by susan.and.dave on Jul 02, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... the child is Filipino, Thai, American, Australian or whatever! Lol! But the cries are different. The sounds are different. Different phonemes. Lol! One little unhappy kid kept screaming "doh, doh, doh, doh!" Instead of the Americanized "no, no, no"! Ha! He definitely was screaming and crying in a different language.

    We aren't exactly sure what we are doing tomorrow but I am sure it will mostly center around food!