Somerset Grand Cairnhill Singapore

Address: No. 15 Cairnhill Road, Singapore, 229650, Singapore | Lodge
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This lodge, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Lucky Plaza, Emerald Hill, Singapore City Gallery, and Istana.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Garden of Eden, The Deep and a very close shave

A travel blog entry by marie.channer on Jul 07, 2015

We got up late knowing that we'd have little to no sleep that night, we checked out at 12pm, left our bags in the hotel storage room and headed out for the day.

First we went to Gardens by the Bay, it's very similar to Eden project and was recommended by Cathy the previous evening. We paid to go to both domes. The first (the flower dome) was full of flowers and trees from around the world. It was lovely but as mentioned before, very similar to Eden ...

Living the High Life at Singapore's Finest Hotel

A travel blog entry by kezwill15 on Jul 01, 2015

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... used too but the city skyline at night with all the lights look amazing. More photos taken then we headed to the jacuzzi which over looked the garden, wow that was like stepping into Lava, they must like it hot in Singapore. It was nice to relax here before heading back to our room to get ready for tonight's events. We hadn't got any reservation booked but we thought we would try the marina bay sands sky restaurants seen as we would only be here ...

Singapore Math

A travel blog entry by lifeundefined on Jun 13, 2015

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... seems to be a mix of what we might consider traditional instruction with flipped classrooms. The students told me that though they were supposed to watch videos at home in the style of the flipped classroom few of them and their friends actually did it. The homework on the one student also had the answers. From the three schools represented, it seemed like there was a bit of variation in how teachers assessed grades. Most of the students grades came from examinations, but they also ...

In Transit

A travel blog entry by briennestephen on Apr 26, 2015

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... roads etc. They have been very creative in turning a spralling skyscrapper city centre into green space. The airport is the same. Walls of ferns, gardens and a huge waterfall in development. Butterfly garden was lovely to visit, but again hot.

  • At time of writing we have 3 hours to kill, then just under 10 hours on the flight ...

  • City Slickers

    A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Apr 10, 2015

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    ... variety of food stalls, it looked like all Asian cuisine was embraced. We decided for a takeaway as we were getting glared at like we didn't belong, on our way back we passed a red light district, a line of prozzies were getting their pep talk from the pimp, classy. We then realised our hotel backed onto this street, I hope we get a discount. We read up later that prostitution has been made legal in some areas of Singapore to reduce human trafficking, ...