South East Asia Hotel

Address: 190 Waterloo St, Singapore, 187965, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Bugis Village, Singapore Art Museum, Little India Arcade, and Campbell Lane.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Singapore

A Significant day

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 03, 2014

... and in any case were constantly on the move. If you wish to organise Singapore paperwork in advance, you must be prepared to spend much longer in Malaysia. Also avoid public holidays which will further delay issues. We discover that Singapore has a National holiday on Monday (a Muslim festival but applicable to all Singaporeans) and that all government offices will be closed.

Squatting in Singapore

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 10, 2014

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... quays leading to Marina Bay. It was a perfect night and so nice to see some of the city. The three quays are very different from one another, but one thing that is the same is the continual awesome outdoor vibe that spills from one restaurant to another. Our tour ended in Marina Bay with the Sands hotel lite up in front of us. It is pretty neat how they designed the boat on top of the three hotel buildings and that it has an infinite pool as well as a bar on the ...


A travel blog entry by team3htm on Jul 30, 2014

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... from Korea was so nice that she actually approached us and spoke to us in English. She explained to us that it was second day of Hari Raya (a religious festival celebrated by Muslims that marks the end of the fasting month) and thus people were praying inside the mosque and the mosque is closed for visitors.

Besides the tourist, there were also locals who are mostly Malays around the area. The women who visited the place were wearing ...

A day in Malay Heritage Centre

A travel blog entry by ximin on Jul 24, 2014

... and traditional.

After a strolled around the exterior of the heritage centre we proceeded to the ticketing counter to purchase our tickets to enter the cultural building located at the heart of the heritage centre. We were covered ...