Santa Grand Hotel Chinatown

20 Trengganu Street, Singapore, 058479, Singapore | Hotel
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SIN Shopping and the related tour

A travel blog entry by pudgey

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... see around town - jade, Merlion statues etc. Up to the Botanic Gardens next. The gardens are quite large, but looking a little stressed as they have had no rain for weeks. Luckily the Orchid Garden is a specially designated area in the gardens and receives watering. It also has an admission fee which presumably goes towards the upkeep costs. Sadly we only had 20 minutes to wander around but could easily have spent a couple of hours here. Little India was our ...

Culture shock!

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086

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... amazing to look at but we were feeling absolutely drained after doing so much walking in the humidity, so we decided to go to Raffles Place to meet Catherine's friend Mary for the evening. When we arrived, I finally saw the Singapore I had been imagining: huge skyscrapers everywhere, around a swanky marina. Mary & her boyfriend then said we would go for a few drinks before our meal but I hadn't realised the venue would be so ...

Day 3 and 4!!

A travel blog entry by tarastansfield

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On the 16th we Made it to Singapore the flight was only an hour which was good :) I sat beside a lady who did student exchange in Brisbane. Our taxi driver was very polite and friendly it was only $17 for a 40min taxi ride! Stu and I are staying in a hostel called B88. There are so interesting people here. We have made friends with the house keeping man. Whom is a little old Japanese man. He said he is going to ...

A changed singapore

A travel blog entry by ed.herweynen

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... sea, the Orchid section is quite impressive with the huge array of Orchids. In Kuching the Orchard garden just impressed with the orchids itself, here all the gardens are designed and arranged. They even setup photo spots. While Kuching was pure Orchids, I am guessing here other stuff is included to make a great scene.
The standard of living in Singapore is good and way higher than Borneo, but as a traveler in some respects I find the developing countries more interesting. ...

Universal Studios & Botanic Gardens, Singapore

A travel blog entry by cobrickleys

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... 5 charge for the Orchid Gardens was the only fee. We walked from one end to the other, in a relatively cool day, with a breeze. It was lovely. Impressive! Afterwards we met Mike for some Pearl Tea, probably the last of our trip, and a Bread run in Novena -- for Del's Birthday (tomorrow). He has definitely taken a liking to a specific bread place here on the island, as we all have if ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Outram area of Singapore, is near Chinatown, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Bath Culture Foot Therapy, and Sago Street (Street Of The Dead).
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