Singgasana Hotel Surabaya
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Singgasana Hotel Surabaya
Travel Blogs from Surabaya
... greeters at the statue as well as police to help our buses with parking nearby. The current mayor of Surabaya is a woman, Madam Risma. She is a long-time advocate of a clean environment and instituted policies to keep Surabaya clean and its citizens clean and healthy. The policies seem to be working -- Surabaya was the cleanest city we have seen in Indonesia.
Our final stop was the Kayoon Flower Market. There was virtually any kind of flower or plant you could think ...
... every day is gross? But to me it just didn't feel like a real shower, and I could just go a couple of days without and shower properly when I was at a hotel again.
And then, I had this sudden paradigm shift. Do you ever have a moment of clarity where you suddenly see yourself from the point of view of the person you're interacting with? As polite as they were being, I could see now that to them we must be the most disgusting people in the ...
... from a "warung" most of you would be afraid to walk by.
Our last hours in Indonesia came that afternoon when we met with our 3 friends from Surabaya. They had waited for over an hour outside the busy terminal until our tour returned just so that we could have this little visit. It made for a perfect afternoon. Our trip was complete.
Next stop ... back in Singapore. Stay ...
... and the Arab Quarter and surrounded by historical buildings from the Dutch era. Decided to take a walk later as it was all so close. Chinatown was a bustling mixture of sights, sounds and smells, cars and people moving boxes and merchandise in narrow streets with shophouses full of all sorts of stuff. Stationary wholesalers, cement mixers, rice cakes, hardware and rope, outboard motors and diesel generators side by side with small food carts occupying the side ...
... our train arrived and we located our seats. The journey itself was unremarkable, relatively comfortable and the only thing to spoil it was the rain which tracked us all the way, pulling into Surabaya in the early evening drizzle.
Jumping into a taxi, we rode out of the town centre and into a kind of gated community, it was obviously a housing estate for the rich and affluent of Surabaya and in the centre was the H.O.M.E Guesthouse, which ...