Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Well what a treat flying up towards Singapore I was watching what appeared to be spot lights and so many of them in clusters in the water everywhere I looked. I had decided they were probably fishing vessels out doing their night time catch for the islands. It was approaching midnight but these vessels were so very bright then as we were coming in to land and was getting closer ...
Continue~ We arrived at the Jamae Mosque! Are you surprised that you will find a mosque in the middle of Chinatown? That is because Jamae Mosque is one the 1st of 3 mosques in Singapore~ It was established in 1826, this mosque is also know as Chulia Mosque, Maideen Mosque and ...
... tables situated outside shops which sell henna, which is a a paste that comes in a cone shaped tube that they use to draw designs and patterns on your forehands or palms. Do not hesitate to give them a try as the ink is only temporary and will last for up to two weeks before it completely fades off.
What is a trip to Little India without a few temple visits? Around Little India itself, you will be able to find ...
... protests of Lincoln, who was desperate to go on a cable car...we said maybe next time :-)) and headed for the aquarium. And it was worth every cent we spent to get in! It was absolutely huuuuuge and full of Asian trading history and Torres of fish we had never seen before. Think AQWA times 10. We spent a fair bit of the day in there, and then headed to the Gardens by the Bay. Dad was having ...
... creek without a paddle. Sensing our panic and frustration, the train inspector threw us a lifeline saying that we could take another sleeping cabin (private not in a public carriage), if we could pay using US dollars, he also insisted that he would allow us to pay just half the fine if we took up his offer. With emergency US dollars left in our wallets for such a scenario, we payed in dollars - we're still slightly unsure whether we have been conned into paying a fine, or maybe ...