Budget Room Hotel
Travel Blogs from Singapore
We arrived in Singapore at 5:00pm, grabbed our packs and worked out the metro and found out the location of where we were staying.
It turns out the cheap room we booked was a block off Orchard Road and only 300m from the Metro. Brilliant location.
For dinner we went to Clarke Quay in the hopes of having Chilli Crab.
... two amazing months traveling in Indonesia with a flight to Manila in the Philippines.
Kuta – Kumala Inda, $8 room;
Uluwatu, Kenargi in, $15 room;
Ubud – Rice Paddy Bungalows, $10
room; Gilli Trawangan – Gilli
Backpackers, dormitory $10 per bed; Labuanbajo – Gardena, $ 22 big room, Kanawa
island – tent $12.5
Gilli Trawangan: About $30 per dive ...
... tube [the MRT] one stop to the Botanic Gdns stop and joined a big crowd eating---seemed mostly malay/indonesian food, because chinese booths were shut as it's the last week end of the chinese new year celebrations. A hawker centre is a ring where there are lots of tables within the circle or ring and different small boothes around outside of ring all cooking a limited menu for the "clients"---noisy, fun and tasty.
Then a few minutes at the entrance to the Royal ...
I had always wanted to visit Singapore and in particular the Marina Bay Sands Hotel which is three towers with a ‘ship’ built on top which links them all, and the whole bay area with the Singapore Flyer, ...
The first impression of Singapore is a sincere commitment to change.
Cities tend to revitalize neighborhoods or smaller, certain sections.
Here, Singapore appears on the cutting edge of larger concerns. There are reminders of global warming and related consequence. Signs in rapid train stations repeat the city/nation's concern for staying "green," and citizens and visitors alike are asked to help.
No where is this message conveyed more ...