Pacific Palace Hotel

Address: Jln Duyung Sei Jodoh, Batam, Riau, 29432, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Jln Duyung Sei Jodoh, Batam, is near Sukhbaatar Square, National History Museum, Choijin Lam Temple Museum, and Gobi Desert.
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    Travel Blogs from Batam

    All about Chinatown!

    A travel blog entry by emiliaferyna on Jul 26, 2014

    14 photos

    ... historical and cultural significance in Singapore. Big sections of Chinatown has been declared national heritage sites and are appointed for conservation by the authorities. Although surrounded by other modern developments, Chinatown today still contains pockets of genuinely old shophouses and traditional activities like clog-making and calligraphy continue to be practised.

    Lets start of with the interesting activities that i have done at Chinatown! Firstly ...

    Sowing Happiness and Patience

    A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jul 05, 2014

    53 photos

    ... for a big surprise when I get to India. I wasn't ready to head back to the hotel just yet, so I headed to a nearby mall. My head started wandering again around the conversations I had earlier, and that's when my answer came. Patience. I lost the patience that I was working so hard to get. I was spinning myself out. I was thinking too much about the future, about India, about people, my job and where I would live... all of it. I was completely forgetting about ...

    Sprinting Through Singapore in 16 Hours

    A travel blog entry by g2lumi on Jun 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... ultramodern Suntec City Mall - Walked around and explored some of the waterfront area with the Merlion (statue and mascot of the Singapore tourism industry) - Visited the towering Marina Bay Sands hotel, casino, and mall by 1:00 p.m. - Ate a fantastic variety of foods at the Maxwell hawker stalls (including chicken and rice, bean curd, and more) as our farewell to Singapore - Arrived at the airport by 3:30 p.m. for our 5:30 p.m. flight to Bangkok WILL FILL IN MORE DETAILS LATER ...

    Where east...meets west, meets north, meets south

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... city. We did the MacRitchie Tree Top Walk - nice, but not easy in the Singapore heat and humidity. We checked out some local book stores where I purchased a discounted book on Mallory and Irvine's disputed trek to the top of Everest. Lunch was a smorgasboard of flavours including sugar cane juice, grass jelly drink and roast pork. We explored China Town including a few temples, took some fun touristy pictures and headed to a nearby food court for ...

    Singapore - skyscrapers, cable cars and crabs

    A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller on Mar 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... The benefit to staying in Geylang is the food. Famous for its hawker stalls (street stalls) it has a wide range of local and international dishes, all absolutely delicious. One thing we knew we must try here was the crab, in particular the white pepper crab. This dish was made famous by one of the hawker turned millionaire chains of No Signboard Seafood and the original branch is based right here in Geylang. It is aptly named as when the brand began they couldn't ...