New Cape Inn Hotel

No. 3 Seng Poh Road, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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SIN Shopping and the related tour

A travel blog entry by pudgey

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... onto large buses. We were given our sticker to denote to which group we belonged and clambered our bus. "Maggie" our guide was good at her job with plenty of information and clear directions about timings and where to go. First stop was the Merlion on the Singapore river. Attractive large statue complete with spouting mouth, but probably just as much interest I watching the tourists posing for their happy snaps. Off to a Chinese temple next. The Thian Hock ...

Culture shock!

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086

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... named and I didn't want to end up eating something really disgusting for our first attempt! We then stumbled across a beautiful temple. The people inside were praying to lots of tiny Buddha statues, there were hundreds of donation boxes too & some old women were putting change in every single one, it must have taken them hours. It was so interesting to just stand and observe everything that was going on there, it was just stunning ...

Day 5!

A travel blog entry by tarastansfield

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... to the bus stop we saw another light show which was on the water. The bus only cost us 2:20 each. Public transport is soo cheap :) Tomorrow we're just exploring again, not to sure where yet. We fly back to KL tomorrow and then we are off to Vietnam!! Yay!! :) Love Tara and Stuart! :) ...

Island of fun and Chinatown

A travel blog entry by andynemz

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... and munching on dim sum – we were then told that we were eating in a semi-famous dim sum restaurant! Annoying that we got the usual style stuff, but can only assume that someone complained that they wanted what they recognise as Chinese food – sweet'n'sour battered pork balls, chicken and sweetcorn soup, special fried-rice, chicken in black-bean sauce and garlic fried broccoli!Following dinner we had time to kill walking through the markets ...

Museum land

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... mild, like a cross between watermelon and blackberry. Full now, I picked up a couple of cans of expensive beer-that's all they do here-and headed back to the hostel. "The upshot was that the German language, and the game's lexicon, were both enriched with an assortment of cricket-specific compound words. So the game stops for a teepause, batsmen can be out feldbehinderung, and if your foot crosses the schlaglinie, that's a wurfschwung." The Spin, from the ...

Location

This hotel, located on No. 3 Seng Poh Road, Singapore, is near National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, Haw Par Villa, and Singapore Turf Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews New Cape Inn Hotel Singapore

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent