Hotel Supreme

Address: 15 Kramat Road, Singapore, 228750, Singapore | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near National Museum of Singapore, Singapore City Gallery, Emerald Hill, and Istana.
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        Hello singapore

        A travel blog entry by benmsarahn on Oct 29, 2015

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        ... Her English was so good though. 2. The English spoken here also comes in the form of 'Singlish' which is English using slightly different phrasing, Singapore slang and a few Malay words thrown in for good measure. 3. Singapore was, and perhaps still is, one of the world's largest ports which explains the mix of languages and cultures. 4. 70% of the population are Chinese, 13% Malay and 17% Indian. 5. Singapore was voted the once voted the world's ...

        Sea Day

        A travel blog entry by merren on Aug 31, 2015

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        A relaxing day getting to know what's what on the ship. It is going to take a few days to orientate ourselves properly. The weather, while warm, is not oppressive like Singapore although I'm still conscious of keeping up fluids and sun screen. I'm also trying to pace Julia so she can get to see a lot without becoming exhausted. This morning she went to Kids Club but after a homework break opted for an afternoon in the pool. The evening's ...

        Singapore's lions come out to play

        A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jul 21, 2015

        ... as the chewing motion during take-off and landing helps alleviate earaches. This ban may seem tough, but it is designed to keep the country clean. Maybe it’s something which should be looked into elsewhere, as I’m sure those left to clean seats in classrooms across the world would agree with. Singapore is proudly celebrating its 50th birthday this year. Abundant signs highlight the milestone, tour guides include it in every spiel ...

        Singapore July 1st

        A travel blog entry by anneo on Jul 02, 2015

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        A lousy flight from C to S not able to get a sustained period of sleep just 5 to10min catnaps. Timing of the flight didn't help,take - off at 12.30pm, lunch 2.30pm and the shutters went down until about 4.30am at breakfast. Shot the bio rhythms to pieces. Arrived in the dark at 6.30am and caught a taxi to the hotel fulling expecting to hang about for hours. A pleasant surprise, ...

        Kashgar & Pamir

        A travel blog entry by patrickinasia on May 14, 2015

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        ... had. Everything from butchering to cooking is made in public. We then got a ride back to town on a transporter which was fun. The sunday Bazar is huge and offers lots of spices, silk and furs. Soon after leaving the market a sandstorm hit town virtually stopping public life. I luckily stayed at a really nice hostel and made many friends during those sandy 36 hours. I also found some travellers that joined me on my trip up the Korakum Highway. This Highway, popular ...