Fragrance Hotel Bugis

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

33rd Middle Road, Singapore, 188942, Singapore

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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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    Strategic Hotel Location at Bugis Area, Singapore

    by

    Last week I was stayed at this hotel. The hotel recently opened a few months ago.
    Very strategic hotel location at Bugis area. Walking distance to Bugis MRT station, shopping mall (Bugis Junction, Bugis Street, Iluma etc), food stall and very close to the bus stop, you can use the bus to reach several tourist destinations in Singapore. I could walk from the hotel to the marina.
    This hotel/room is very clean and safe, room cleaned daily.
    This room is not too large, approximately 3x4m with double mattress size 180cm. Provided in-room LCD TV, DVD player, water heater, coffee.
    Ensuite bathroom is very clean.
    I recommend this hotel for travelers who're looking for cheap hotels with good facilities at strategic locations.

    Unique Quality: Strategic location

    Directions: You can get from Bugis MRT Station, not far (just a few step) from National Library Building Singapore.

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Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by MADMA2010

When arriving Singapore , are u restricted to an amount of cash money to have with you ... say about 10,000 US DOLLARS ??

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by Typhoon2000

No there are are no currency restrictions in or out of the country. But be prepared to answer why you cary so much cash if asked.

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by leics

But if you intend to take more than the equivalent of SGD 30 000 out of the country, then make sure you declare what you have brought in on arrival.

http://www.iatatravelcentre.com/SG-Singapore-customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations-details.htm

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

As I am sure you are well aware, the laws are strictly enforced there. It may be advantageous to do some cultural searches of local customs and laws. I have never been to Singapore but from what I have read, you are likely to be searched and should be prepared to account for the reason of carrying so much cash. My guess is you will not be inconspicuous after that.

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by MADMA2010

Good thing is my Visa proposal got rejected ! so i am not coming to Singapore .. i am going to Europe better !!

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by pgthompson

Your 10,000 dollars SHOULD last a bit longer in Europe than Singapore - but only just!!!

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by MADMA2010

Singapore is so expensive !!!!!!!!

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by Han_W

"I have never been to Singapore but from what I have read, you are likely to be searched and should be prepared to account for the reason of carrying so much cash."

I have been to Singapore several times but have never been searched.

Re: Cash limit to enter singapore ??

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Han
I was careful to state I had not been there so as to not misrepresent any implied expertise. But I do appreciate the clarification.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Singapore Sling

by Arjaree

Its like a tradition for people who visit Singapore to order a Singapore Sling at its birth country. Though I didnt go to the Raffles hotel where the cocktail was originated, I managed to try it at another bar. It tasted different from the past times I tried it in Bangkok and once in Hanoi. And of course it tasted the best in Singapore.

Food Markets

by Jmill42

It seems that around every corner in Singapore lies a food market of one type or another. Invariably, these are the places you should eat, if you are after true, typical, local cuisine. I know this, because all the locals eat here, and I had a hard time ordering food. That means its the real deal to me. Everything from seafood and weird soup combinations I had never seen before to noodles and fried cakes, you will find something to your liking. Most places are in Chinese only, but they thankfully come with a picture! Its the only way I survived!

Singlish - Singapore English

by sgcheongster

Even though 90% of Singaporean are english-educated, we tend to speak improper English mixed with some malay, chinese. For example, you will hear a lot of a-ya, wa-lau, don't lah when you come to Singapore.

Sun block lotion & Your swimming suits

by Apang

Just bring your essential item, you can purchase easily in Singapore Make sure you have a good walking shoes & flip flop If you are contact lens users, make sure you have enough storage solutions & eyedrops with you. Singapore may be too dry for some & during October of the year you may encounter haze. It is also hard to find any storage solutions for contact lens after 10pm, as most of the 24/7 stores do not sell them. Make sure you have your charger & universal plug with you. some of the hotel will provide upon request. Make sure you have your swimming gear, Singapore is an island surrounded by sea, make a trip to the sea, most hotels also has a swimming pool. SUN BLOCK/shield/tanning lotions, Singapore is a tropical island & like summer throughout the year, make sure you don't get sburn.un Most of my friends (oversea/local) did not notice this & been enjoying themselves in the Sun, walking around the city & sun-tanning by the beach & got really burn. Do take note that you have to re-apply the lotions estimated after 2 hours or it would be as good as not applying them.

Pulau Ubin

by pepemorris11

Spend a day exploring this island. You can rent a bike or hike round the island. Make sure when you arrive that you head for the police post to inform them that you are visiting the island. Pack a picnic so that you can stop anywhere for a bite. Bring insect repellent and wear light-coloured and loose attire as it can get hot and humid. Bring along your trusty umbrella too just in case the weather changes. check out further info by clicking on the website below.

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