Santa Grand Hotel Little India
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On Monday I got up and got a taxi from my hostel to the airport in Miri. The hostel arranged the taxi and I shared it with this other Chinese couple. The guy was speaking Chinese to the driver the whole way to the airport (all ten minutes). I ended up not having enough small change to pay for my half to them but the guy of the Chinese couple just waved me off. So apparently I got a free ride to the airport, which was nice. I'm fairly certain that part of the ...
... close here!) before walking to the marina. We stumbled upon a band playing called the hubbabubbas who were actually really good (I used them in class teaching this week ...) we also tried lots of random food, like langun chinchow - I don't recommend it! ;) This weekend was the formula 1 and I can currently hear the cars warming up from my lounge it's so loud (the tracks about 9k away!!!) ... We were basically in the walk about zone in the middle of the race track ... ...
Apparently we do but more of that later.
Once again a late start as we checked out of the hotel at 11.00 am. We left our luggage there for the day and went off to explore the Gardens By the Bay. We decided to take the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system. It is a model of cleanliness and efficiency except for one thing. At the entrance we took, there was only one ticket machine and a line up ...
... as I could tell, 100% humidity.
After eating food I grabbed a mango juice to go and explored a three block radius. Lucky for me, I actually bumped in to a couple of cultural sites before heading back to the hotel to get ready for my event. Although our venue, the Fullerton hotel, was only 1.1 km away and I had initially planned to walk there, the heat and humidity meant I would have been drenched by the time I got there. So, I cabbed ...
Singapore's Chinatown is the island's customary Chinese quarters and, whilst the whole city of Singapore is generally Chinese, the territory still holds some of its unique appeal. The zone is otherwise called Niu Che Shui (牛车水) in Chinese and Kreta Ayer in Malay, both names signifying "bullock truck water", a reference to the trucks that used to pull in drinking.
Chinatown is very distinct ...