Tak Po

Address: 42 Smith Street, Singapore, Singapore | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 42 Smith Street, Singapore, is near Gardens By The Bay, Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, and Orchard Road.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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Singapore Day 3

A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Aug 27, 2014

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Had rain first thing then cloudy, great day for walking a nature trail from MacRitchie Park. Saw monkeys squirrels lizards and a snake. Beautiful tree top walk. Enjoyed late afternoon with Debbie (Grant's cousin) and Ian before heading back to the city on the fast train. Nice evening out with Dave and ...

Happy Birthday Singapore!

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 09, 2014

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... We elected to turn back and started swimming upstream in order not to get caught in the crush of humanity at the conclusion of the day's events.

As we walked, we came across St. Andrew's Anglican Cathedral. Brilliant white against the blue skies and an equally stunning, yet simple interior. Rattan seated pews, how civilized!

We lucked out. We went to visit the Asian Civilizations Museum for the afternoon which turned out to ...

Activities Visitors Must Do (Mohd Akbar)

A travel blog entry by team4htm on Jul 30, 2014

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... Cultures and Rituals back during the olden days. Even though there is an admission of SGD$4, it was worth the money, as it was full of info and activities. One such activity would be the Traditional Malay Games that we experienced. One of it is called 'Gasing', also known as "Top", whereby it is made out of carved wood. Another piece of equipment is a small rod with a small hole and rope. How its played was that ...


A travel blog entry by jimmyteyziwen on Jul 29, 2014

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Today was a fruitful day as I had covered almost the entire Chinatown.I really like Chinatown as it offers great food and also rich in it's Chinese culture.What really attracted me was the Sri Mariamman Temple and the yummy Chinese food.Although, I'm a Indian and see temple back in my country however, I was really impressed by the Sri ...


A travel blog entry by htmteam4 on Jul 25, 2014

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... and it was good. Other than that, we went around and saw lots of Vegetarian restaurant along the streets of Little India. But the place that stands out the most was Tekka Hawker Centre. It is literally a food haven. There are many Indian food sold there and the Briyani there is very nice. With the sweet smelling fragrance that makes our saliva drip, we dug into the briyani and filled our stomachs with joy. To end the meal, we had lime juice to clear our throat.