Tristar Inn Singapore

970 Geyland Road, Singapore, 423492, Singapore | 3 star inn
Prices starting from $87.00

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So it starts today!

A travel blog entry by thecamino


At this point i would like to make a preemptive apology to two very special friends. Here i sit at chaingi airport with the promise of another 13 hours on a plane after 8 from brisie. Not to mention a 3 hour terminal wait - oh and then the 6 hour train ride tomorrow to get 'closer' to my start point. So, to my two specials friends (as shown in ...


A travel blog entry by natandross


... shopping malls (to take some respite from the heat); interestingly you don't seem to find people on the streets, they are all underground taking advantage of the air-con, simply because you have too. Our walk was concluded by visiting Singapre's main business district, which lead down into the Marina Bay Area; it's very similar to Canary Wharf back home, only on steroids! In the heart of the Marina is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, a building that has three towers of over 70 ...

Day 252/253 - Lego Land

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... asseure’ns i parlar. Mira que som de llocs tan diferents per˛ tenim una manera molt similar d’entendre la vida. GrÓcies Vivek i Aparna per la vostra hospitalitat!

Monday. Rainy day. We continue to be at the same hotel and Elena and Ariana continue to have the same desire to explore this place, which is very little. They have always preferred nature to ...

Russian Occupation (a friendly joke between us)

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke


... in the microwave.

The cheapest kind of chocolate comes shaped as individually wrapped little marbles. So we stuffed each marshmallow with a piece of chocolate inside, and newked it in our microwave - which is maybe the first prototype of a microwave ever created.

I couldn't find graham crackers anywhere, so we used regular crackers instead - NOT AS GOOD! But nonetheless, it was enough to convey the experience of ...


A travel blog entry by mandy.goddard


... In Chinatown, which is one crazy mass of people and places to see. The Chinese history and culture of a place that has a mix of Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Malaysian, and Singaporian, and in various restaurants including Japanese and Chinese Dim Sum (which means 'from the heart') is just, beautiful. You will also see pictures taken from our boat trip along the Singapore river & the Alkaff Bridge, which is Singapore's 'Art Bridge'. We walked ...

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This 3 star inn, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Cookery Magic, Sentosa Orchid Gardens, Malay Village, and Katong Antique House.
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