Penta Hotel

Address: 33 Birch Road, Singapore, 219894 , 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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      A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Jan 25, 2015

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      ... just finishing some renovations, so it was the evening before their big grand opening. Lots of people around and it was all very festive, the smell of jasmine was overpowering.

      After that, I got an oyster omelette and sat down beside a nice couple, who told me I was making the right choice and Singapore is too expensive for teachers like me. Maybe if I worked at a private regular daytime school, it would be alright, but working at a "tuition" is ****.

      Merry Christmas Singapore

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Dec 25, 2014

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      A swim on a rooftop pool is a great way to start off Christmas. After breakfast and a few presents we got all dolled up and walked to a local Catholic Church. As we have been learning about many differ met religions over the past six months we thought taking Caleb to a Catholic Mass on Christmas Day made sense. The Holly Cross Church is one of these modern churches with two levels, screens for the words of songs and prayers. It is not quite like some of the houses of God Caleb has ...

      Bye Bali

      A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Sep 19, 2014

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      Jetstar flight from Denpasar to Singapore...about a 7 hour wait at the Singapore airport, then Emirates flight to Melbourne. Tomas took the kids over to Terminal 3 at Changi to see the 4 story enclosed slide we had heard about - but it was closed! But we did see the fluid rain art installation in Terminal 1. Amazing! An array of hundreds of brass? raindrops on thin wires with motors pulling them up and down to make patterns and pictures all to do with the sky. ...

      The Day Off

      A travel blog entry by greg.catlin.9 on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... away the weather. The street carts have gone, replaced by permanent outdoor kitchens, and the street vendors have been replaced by whited coated chefs. In typical Singapore fashion all charm that existed has been stripped away and replaced by a concession that is making someone who is well connected a lot of money.

      Late in afternoon after watching on TV the Eagles lose yet another game ...

      Spend your day at Kampong Glam

      A travel blog entry by h102team3e44k on Jul 30, 2014

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      Visit one of Singapore's heritage centre, which is known as Kampong Glam. It is rich in malay heritage and culture. There are 3 mosque located here to explore and learn more and have a better understanding by visiting the Malay heritage centre. It showcase relics and galleries that are related to the malay culture. Visit zam zam cafe that is famous for nasi briyani and teh tarik.

      Follow our half-day itinerary to have a tour at Kampong Glam: