ibis Singapore Novena
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to our Saturday night departure on our Emirates flight.
The colourful past of Chinatown comes alive within the walls of these three beautifully-restored shophouses along Pagoda Street, comfortably nestled in the midst of Singapore's bustling Chinatown district.
Every nook and cranny in the Chinatown Heritage Centre pulsates with the memories of yesteryear, offering an experience like no other, as one is transported to Chinatown in ...
During my trip to Little India, I saw many Indian cuisine restaurants and little shops that sells traditional Indian food and accessories like bangles and gold necklaces. Walking along the streets, the smell of curry and Nasi Bryani filled the air and my mouth watered. The food there is really worth the try.
The MRT is also just a 10 minute walk away from the temples and the food stalls which makes it accessible and convenient for people ...
... we intend to try out the Chinese traditional food such as You Tiao (deep-fried dough) , Tau Huay (Bean Curd), Chicken Rice, Laksa and etc.
After a full and satisfied breakfast. We make our way to the Malay Heritage Centre , although taking ...
It's our first morning on the go. We wake up to that familiar yet undefinable smell of Asia, and look out at the palm trees and rain forest nearby. Let’s go get breakfast. Wham! Oh yeah, we forgot that it’s hot – all the time.
Breakfast is a simple meal of cereal and juice - followed by bacon, eggs, pancakes, muffins and breakfast pizza (I kid you not). It’s sort of cute to see the peacocks wandering between the ...