Broadway Hotel Singapore

195 Serangoon Road, Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore
Broadway Hotel Singapore
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  • Solo33
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Forum Posts

From changi Airport

by ronruth

Route from changi airport by Metro to Bras Basah or dhoby Gault. do I have to change trains

Re: From changi Airport

by pangaeatours

Hello
Yes.
I believe you will have to change 2 times.
Brian

Re: From changi Airport

by appleseed81

This will help you...
www.smrt.com.sg/

Re: From changi Airport

by carteki

check out www.gothere.sg - very informative map. you will need to change at Tanah Merah (Changi train ends here and you cross the platform to get on the train to Joo Koon) and either onto the circle line (yellow) at Paya Labar to Bras Basah / Dhoby Ghaut or you can change onto the red line at City Hall or Raffles Place (one of these you just cross the platform) to Dhoby Ghaut - and then you can change onto the Circle line again to get to Bras Basah or just walk.

Re: From changi Airport

by Lost-Painting

Easy. If you are heading to Dhoby Gaut, you need to change twice.

Take the train from Changi Airport, alight at Tanah Merah.

At Tanah Merah, there will be 2 sides. Take the train thats heading to Joo Koon. (Joo Koon is the last station if you sit all the way from Tanah Merah.)

Alight at Cityhall, and switch to the Red line and alight at Dhoby Gaut.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Singapore Travel

by mizzmaterialgirl

The Great Singapore Sale is my favorite in Singapore. It happens every May-July, every year. Shopping in Orchard rd is my favorite activity in Singapore. Another thing not to be miss in Singapore is the Songs of the Sea at Sentosa Island.

http://vitzy.net/forum/Singapore-f59.html The Great Singapore Sale and the Songs of theSea at Sentosa Island are truly the most memorable experiences of my vacation in Singapore.

Cheap Internet access

by SWFC_Fan

Cheap Internet access is available at Internet cafes throughout Singapore.

Some hotels and hostels offer free (or cheap) Internet access to guests.

Most places charge a per hour fee for Internet access and then additional for other services (eg printing, burning to CDs, hiring headphones or a webcam).

My preferred Internet cafe for keeping in touch with home (and VT) was this one, located at 16A Bali Lane. Internet access is available on about 20 computer terminals at a charge of just S$2 (approx 0.70 GBP / 1 Euro) per hour.

Who rules Singapore?

by phil_uk_net

Temasek Tower. A pretty insignificant building and yes, I admit, a boring photo but with every visit to Singapore I learn a little more about what's going on here. I admire Lee Kuan Yew for engineering the remarkable changes that have taken place in Singapore over the past 40 years and the island's transformation from a swampy third-world backwater to a technologically advanced nation that is more first-world than many developed countries. However, he has also created quite a dynasty. Since stepping down as Prime Minister in 1990 after 30 or so years at the helm he has remained in office for the PAP as 'Senior Minister'. His first son was finance minister at one time, I believe, is now the Deputy Prime Minister and is widely tipped to become the next Prime Minister. His second son runs SingTel, the Singapore Telecommunications company. It doesn't stop there though. Temasek Holdings, a holding company for several major companies in Singapore including Singapore Airlines, is run by the wife of his eldest son. It has been suggested that she relinquish the post if (when?) his son becomes Prime Minister. Whether she will or not remains to be seen.

'Bertunang' Malay's Engagement Day

by imran8852

Before any wedding take place there are other customs involved such 'Merisik' (Query to find out more about the bride)'Bertunang' (proposal & engagement) followed by solemnization of the marriage (This is the most important to make the marriage considered valid) and ofcourse the 'Kenduri' (Wedding Feast)
The engagement ceremony normally involved in the exchange of gifts (Hantaran) between both the bride to be, the exchange of gifts can also be performed on the wedding day it self. The gifts normally comprised of baju kurung (Malay’s Attire) Kain songket, wristwatch, handbag, gems etc.

$6 on rainy days; $10 on sunny days

by Enzymed

Umbrellas-an essential gear
In a tropical country like Singapore, an umbrella serves to provide shade on a sunny day and keeps you dry on a rainy day. And mind you, it can be bright and suuny and the next moment, it is rainning cats and dogs

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Address: 195 Serangoon Road, Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore