Hotel 88 International

12 Lorong 10 Geylang, Singapore, 399045, Singapore | Lodge
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Location

This lodge, located on 12 Lorong 10 Geylang, Singapore, is near Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, and Haw Par Villa.
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Last stop before home.

A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Aug 02, 2014

Fortunately, being an airport hotel, the Hilton served breakfast from 4.30am.
So we were up early, showered and packed, had breakfast and on the shuttle by 7.00am.

Check in at the Singapore Airlines desk was a piece of cake.
We actually had to get off the plane in Munich, then re-board into the same seats using the ...

RJ for Heritage trails

A travel blog entry by charmainelee on Jul 30, 2014

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... you about Hari raya puasa




















And the magazine that tells you more about the different culture around the world.
























So in conclusion I know that people who are old could ...

Days' Adventure. (20yo group of Germans) (Brandon)

A travel blog entry by brandonsohot on Jul 29, 2014

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... designer artwork and beautiful art pieces and cafes which are present at the area. We shopped at the unique stretch of lane and had a drink at the pub just like how we would in our home country to end off our days' adventure. It was an enriching experience, very different as compared to back in Germany. We enjoyed our adventure and have gained insights from this experience!

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Food

A travel blog entry by htmteam4 on Jul 25, 2014

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Indian cuisine encompasses a wide variety of regional cuisines native to India.. Indian food is heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. For example, most Hindus are not allowed to eat beef and they are vegetarian. This is so because the beef is considered a sacred animal in their religion and they follow the principle of nonviolence towards animals, which explains why most of them are vegetarians. However there are also Indians who ...

Who's looking at who?

A travel blog entry by lamondg on Jul 22, 2014

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... when they tell us that orangs have about 95% of human DNA as we’re have seen lots of humans that are nowhere near as intelligent looking as these guys. “Are they happy?” Nanette asks the keeper sitting on the bench beside us. “Oh yes, they eat well and they breed – they don’t do that if they’re not happy.” Fair enough, sort of says it all really.

At last ...