Le Hotel Carpenter Street
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Le Hotel Carpenter Street
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Hotel Carpenter Street Singapore
Travel Blogs from Singapore
As soon as I got into the hostel last night I could feel my nose blocking up!! I woke myself up several times from snoring.... Ooooops sorry girls :p My own chauffeur ;) came and picked me up again and took me for a traditional Chinese breakfast. I can't say that eating chicken feet in a Black bean sauce was a highlight of my trip!! Tasted just like chicken fat and you had to suck and spit the bones out :s !! I had many other local ...
... is the Malay Heritage Centre Museum which is also located at Kampong Glam in Singapore.
Malay Heritage Centre Museum was built in 1824. It was formerly the royal seat of the Malay sultans in Singapore. However, it is restored to its former glory and is established in 2004 to showcase the Singapore's Malays' heritage, culture and history through historic artifacts, multimedia and diorama displays and exhibits.
It is open to the ...
... maybe I was too early but I also knew that there were restaurants that sells Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. You can also enjoy famous Shisha in some of the restaurants or bar where you can chill out with your friends which determine where I will be having dinner at.
Secondly, I went to the Malay Heritage Centre where it's a place for the tourist like me where we can learn different kinds of culture that they have in the past. Entering the Malay Heritage ...
... and long walking distances. Many of them might also not be able to understand English, as they speak mostly Cantonese.
We would start off the day with breakfast at the hotel at 8:00 am until 9:00 am. After breakfast we would take a small coach to Kampong Glam. Even though the hotel is close to Kampong Glam, a coach is still needed as the seniors might not be able to walk much. ...
... li>Founding of modern Singapore. Between the 16th and 19th centuries, the Malay Archipelago was gradually taken over by the European colonial powers, beginning with the arrival of the Portuguese at Malacca in 1509. The early dominance of the Portuguese was challenged during the 17th century by the Dutch, who came to control most of the ports in the region. The Dutch established a monopoly over trade within the archipelago, particularly in spices, then the region's ...