Singapore Mariners' Club

Address: 120 Cantonment Road , Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Bath Culture Foot Therapy, Three Gorges (Sanxia), Tea Chapter, and Lai Chun Yuen Opera House.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Who needs a Visa for Australia?

A travel blog entry by dalhousie on Aug 11, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... generate power for the entire complex. They are partially covered in plant material that will eventually grow to completely cover the supporting structure. They recycle all plant material in their biomass furnace and collect rainwater to irrigate the domes and the gardens. From an energy and environmental aspect the Gardens are self sustaining. The pictures attached will tell the story ...

People

A travel blog entry by team3htm on Jul 30, 2014

10 photos

While we were exploring Kampong Glam, we saw a lot of tourists from different places such as Korea, Japan, China, and California. They were typically dress in light casual clothes like t-shirts and shorts as we do. Umbrella and hat become necessity for the tourists due to the sunny weather in Singapore.

The tourists walked in a group together with their tour guide. As we were visiting the Sultan Mosque, the mosque was closed for visitors. One of the ...

Heritage Tour

A travel blog entry by nicolelau on Jul 29, 2014

14 photos

... know more about the faces of chinatown.

After visiting all the heritage attractions in Chinatown, they can walk around the shop streets and get some souvenirs for remembrance that they been to Chinatown in Singapore. Souvenirs could include painting, key chains, clothes and others as well. For the food, they can try out different cuisine at Chinatown such as Korean, Indian, Chinese, etc. The ...

Qeacy's Adventure to Chinatown!

A travel blog entry by qeacy on Jul 25, 2014

10 photos

... the merciless sun and came to a stop at the Sri Mariamman temple which was already quite crowded in the morning. We tried to take a picture of the beautiful architecture inside the temple, only to spot the "No photography allowed" signage. Ohwellllllll at least we managed to snap a couple pictures outside the temple. Still worth it though~

Not long later, we could hear our tummies rumbling ...

A day @ Chinatown!

A travel blog entry by cxssndrx on Jul 23, 2014

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... Sichuan Hotplate and many more. We recommend Kung pao chicken as the meat was tender and soft and the authentic Sichuan Hotplate. Even though the dishes were a bit spicy for our liking we finish all. The waiters and waitress was patience and friendly. They did their very best to serve us till we left the place. If you want to be pamper and learn the different Sichuan dishes available do visit the place!


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