Le Imperial Hotel

Address: 65 Desker Road Marrison @ Desker, Singapore, 209588, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 65 Desker Road Marrison @ Desker, Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Campbell Lane, and Petain Road.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast

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          What? Heritage Tourism?

          A travel blog entry by syarmmimie on Jul 30, 2014

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          ... Buddhist temples in Singapore.

          After so much walking and touring around, we then decided to head back to grab a bite. Hence, we slowly made our way back to Green Kiwi Backpacker’s Hostel. Along the way, we saw an Indian Coffee shop called the ZamZam. We settled down there to have our meal and fill our stomach! That’s when my friends and I came to know about the 'Rojak’ dish! The people who attended to us was very ...

          Adventure Time with the Oldies

          A travel blog entry by germineho on Jul 29, 2014

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          ... up at 6 in the morning as we crashed way too early last night (YES WE ARE FILLED WITH ENERGY!). Today, the tour guide took us on a heritage tour at Bugis/Kampong Glam.

          Firstly, we walked to Bencoolen Street from Bugis MRT Station, cutting through Bugis Street. The place we were visiting was the Guan Yin Temple further in the street. While walking to the temple, we saw a lot of Trishaw parked beside the hawker centre after crossing ...

          Distinct Landmark

          A travel blog entry by htmteam5e44n on Jul 25, 2014

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          ... visit place is the spices market! Its a must place to visit especially if youre not a tourist visitor from the southeast region! People who lived in this region love their spices, they are a must thing to marinated their meat and food! The spices market have all types of spices from the common cinammon powder to the least common turmeric all freshly grinded! dont forget to visit it and buy some home, they can lasts up to years if properly stored !,
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          Chinatown : Heritage Site in Singapore

          A travel blog entry by siewhuishan on Jul 24, 2014

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          Our trip to Chinatown, learning and exploring about the heritage sites.

          My team and I had explored only a few part of Chinatown. As you walked along the strict of Chinatown, you will see a lot of shops selling souvenirs, clothes and more that represents Singapore and our culture. For example, traditional clothes like nyonya.

          We visited the ...


          A travel blog entry by katewild on Jul 21, 2014

          11 photos

          Whistle stop tour of Singapore on the way to Cambodia. Malaysian Airways was delightful (and very empty). Connor also arrived safe and sound on Qatar Airways. We only had one full day to explore the city, so naturally started the day off with breakfast at Raffles. After this we had a walk around the Gardens by the ...