Santa Grand Hotel Lai Chun Yuen
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I am writing this in the comfort of my hotel room and I've got to say, Santa Grand Hotel Lai Chun Yuen is different from other hotels. Besides being located strategically in the heart of Chinatown, this hotel was refurbished from the Historical Opera Theatre, Lai Chun Yuen, the most popular Chinese opera theatre in …
On the 23th of July, we visited the Chinatown in Singapore for a half-day tour since that was all the time we will about to squeeze out from our busy stay at Singapore. We stayed at Santa Grand hotel located at Chinatown. The hotel look simple on the outside but the design on the inside simply blew us away.
The Singapore Food Street is a …
After nearly eight hours of flying we have a 2 hour stopover in Singapore. This is such a great airport and it is so good to be able to walk around. Our flight from Melbourne went well. We were on the A3-80 on the upper deck in the first seats of cattle class. Business Class was in front of us, so close and yet ...
... to get the ultrasound done. Both Corey and I were hoping it was not a blood clot because that would mean I would have to be hospitalised. As I laid there while my leg was examined, I was nervous for what the nurse was going to find. The nurse seemed to be examining one area for a long time and ended up calling in two other nurses. This made me more nervous. Soon the partially good news came that there was no blood clot but a muscle tear. The nurse told me to wait to see a ...
... inside. The air was even fragrant with all the flowers inside. To top it off, there was a tulip exhibition inside! I was so excited since I had never seen a real tulip before - and there they were, thousands of them, gloriously colourful and beautiful under the Sun. Needless to say I took a lot of pictures.
Another exciting thing for me is that they had baobabs! Just like in Le Petit Prince! I ran around taking pictures, also the cacti and orchids and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSanta Grand Hotel Lai Chun Yuen Singapore
Lobby's layout is like an opera house. Looks simple on the outside but grand on the inside.
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