Telunas Beach Resort

Address: Jalan Anggrek Luar #23, Sugi Island, Riau Archipelago, Riau Islands Province, Sumatra, 29442, Indonesia | Resort
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This resort, located on Jalan Anggrek Luar #23, Sugi Island, is near Sukhbaatar Square, National History Museum, Choijin Lam Temple Museum, and Gobi Desert.
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    Travel Blogs from Sugi Island

    Singapore Day 3

    A travel blog entry by pclevel on Sep 10, 2015

    ... play around behind you and have their breakfast. Breakfast was nice with all sorts of things from the standard eggs and bacon to vegetable curries and dim sum on offer. We lined up and got our photo taken with the orangutans and for SGD $35 we bought a photo, fridge magnet and key ring. Wandering on we saw the Elephants, Seal show, Polar Bears, Warhogs, Giraffes and other assortment of animals ...


    A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Sep 05, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Arrival very uneventful and hotel a little tired so it suited us well. Walked down to Orchard Road for a beer and perhaps a bite to eat. Orchard Road is six kilometres of luxury shopping with every swanky brand in the world. Made Sydney chic Pitt Street look like a slummy backwater. Found a bar on a corner and it was a bit steamy. It was the Marriott Tang Plaza. There was a white Ferrari out the front as the hotel courtesy car. ...

    Shangril la ooooh la la x

    A travel blog entry by beabuzz on Sep 03, 2015

    33 photos

    ... Bali baby! We've had such a lovely time...the hotel itself is truly opulent and beautiful - all marble and chandeliers, love seats and tea. That beautiful colonial style - blue and white China vases, red and gold fabrics - makes me think of my granny's flat and how her and Grandpa's life must have been.....a few hours have passed and I'm reporting back secretly tip tap typing in bed. We were joined by a small person when they came to drop us some ...


    A travel blog entry by fosterfamily on Aug 23, 2015

    46 photos

    ... terraced buildings with a covered area in front on the sidewalk. They are 2 or three storeys high and share a wall so they are built in blocks. They were very popular in the early days of the cities where they could have a shop downstairs and live upstairs. Many are now lovingly restored and gorgeous, some have such pretty colors too. We saw a lot on Emerald Hill, an upscale neighborhood in the city. On our last night in the city ...

    Singapore Math

    A travel blog entry by lifeundefined on Jun 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 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 ...