Tai Hoe

Address: 163 Kitchener Road, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Campbell Lane, and Petain Road.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by msenior1990 on Oct 23, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... of it it comes with a huge fine. $500 fine for eating and drinking on the trains No drinking on the pavements (alcohol) so young locals drink on the bridges. Theft=hands chopped off. Possession of drugs is soon followed by the death penalty. The religion is mixed much like it's culture, Buddhists. Islamic, Hindus and Christianity. There are no seasons in Singapore. Of the total population (now about 5 million 1 million aren't locals) the majority (75%) are ...

      Our day in Singapore

      A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Oct 08, 2014

      77 photos

      ... departure gate and it was packed, the queue was huge so we just sat down for a while before we began queuing. No wonder the queue was so long we had to get out hand luggage scanned here, have the body scans and then go through another passport control. To me it was a very drawn out process. We boarded 15 minutes late, but we are on and ready to go! Good bye Singapore,you've been an absolute pleasure, now on to Australia. If any one still reads this, I will write again from the land of Oz! Excited ...

      Can it be over

      A travel blog entry by iancowden on Aug 21, 2014

      13 photos

      ... we checked out our options to return and we thought a taxi would be best as there were heaps of them lined up and they were pretty cheap compared to Australia. We took a tram ride around the zoo to get our bearings and then hopped off and went in the opposite direction to what we thought we were going.

      The lone Polar Bear looked a little dishevelled and made the same circuit in his pool. The monkeys with the huge red bum ...

      Our Forgotten Heroes

      A travel blog entry by pbetrabet on Aug 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... br> The Memorial is a tribute to all the Allied troops from United Kingdom, India, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Canada and the Netherlands who died while fighting the Japanese during WW2. The Memorial pays homage to all the three branches- Army, Navy & Air Force. The column represents the Army, the cover over them in the shape of a wing represents the Air Force and the top in the shape of a submarine represents the Navy.

      Kranji ...

      Flying solo in Singapore.

      A travel blog entry by mrsfd on Aug 14, 2014

      11 photos

      ... lights by night are quite amazing, it seems that either people work late here or else offices keep the lights on until past midnight. I also had my first glimpse of the Singaporian merlion - the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Dan had seen it earlier in the day but I was clearly in my own little world and hadn't noticed! To contrast nicely with the home cooking of earlier in the evening we enjoyed a midnight McDonalds feast on the east side of the island on the way to ...