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Best place to stay, (Near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT)

by ganapa2000

Please suggest me a good Hotel to stay, which is near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT.

Last time, i stayed in Grand Plaza Park, Coleman street. Not sure is this the best place....

Please suggest

Re: Best place to stay, (Near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT)

by Donna_in_India

Hi - not sure of your budget but I'd recommend the Orchard Road area for shopping and MRT. We stayed at the Elizabeth which was a few minutes walk to Orchard Road. For Indian restaurants go to the Little India area, where you will find plenty of them. Enjoy!

Re: Best place to stay, (Near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT)

by Stepwalk

I think the Parkroyal on Kitchener Road is the location you are looking for.

Re: Best place to stay, (Near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT)

by pangaeatours

Hello

It will depend on your budget. There are many hotels in little india. Take the MRT and alight at Dhoby Ghaut station. You could walk to the hotels if you wanted. Most are in the same area. There are 2 hotel 81 there which are cheap and nice but nothing special. You get the minimum and a small room. Great hotels if you only need a place to sleep. Google little india hotels singapore.

Re: Best place to stay, (Near to shopping, Indian Restaurants and MRT)

by whitegardenia

Hi, welcome to Singapore (again) :)

I would recommend the Rendezvous Hotel. Do check out this link, this hotel is accessible to many a places in Singapore any visitors would appreciate on their trip here. If you were at Grand Plaza Park (a lovely hotel), you must had visited Mustafa like it was next door to the hotel (?)

From Rendezvous Hotel, you can be on Orchard Road like in 10-15 mins walk, and to the MRT (Dhoby Ghaut Station). And Little India is also like 10-15 mins away.

http://www.rendezvoushotels.com/default.asp?action=article&ID=21769

Hope this helps. Cheers.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Modern and colonial eastern look

by solopes

In its absolute organization and cleanliness, Singapore reaches a strange balance between the preserved colonial buildings and the modern look of the skyscrapers. The Orient looks present everywhere, but the way of life is closer to the west.

What a strange but perfect blending...

Coastal Culture

by kiwi

Visit the coast and see the culture of fishermen and boatmen. It's a part of Singapore life. There is plenty of coastline and you are never far from it!
Most of the seaways surrounding Singapore are constantly busy, so being a fisherman wouldn't be the easiest job.

Chinese New Year: Yu Sheng

by Carino

As you probably know, Singapore is also celebrating Chinese New Year and amongst a lot of chinese traditional customs, they introduced the old chinese tradition Yu Sheng (raw fish salad) in recent years.

Yu Sheng is eated during Lunar New Year for prosperity and good luck (what else?). Various ingreadients are set on a plate and around this plate in the middle of the table. Each ingredient is added to this dish, in a specific order and with a specific meaning (nor sure about the order, though):

Oil; Wishing you a happy and prosperours New Year
Plum Sauce; May you have a house full of treasures
Pepper and Five Spice Powders May great fortune smile on you
Raw Fish (usually Salmon); Wishing you surplus wealth
Lime; May you have good luck, success and prosperity
Crackers; wishing you great abundance of gold

When you toss the ingredients to mix the dish, it is believed you should toss as high as possible to ensure your wealth (called Lo Hei). The higher you toss, the greater the wealth. During this tossing you should express your wishes like: "many kids", "good health", and so on. The better you do it, the messier the table looks later on. Maybe that's why the Singaporean like this part of CNY.

This ceremony can be found during Chinese New Year Lunches at Chinese Restaurants all over Singapore or at office gatherings.

Indian temple

by yuet29

The picture was taken in front of a Indian temple on Serangoon Road. The symbol on top of the temple is Tamil Script pronounced as 'Om'. It is one of the common mantra.

'temple' in Tamil is called 'kovil'

Camping Stuff

by justagirlinasia

Camping & having a bbq in Singapore will be a rather uniquely Singaporean experience, i reckon. The national parks board in Singapore have opened up several parks for overnight camping (without having to apply for a permit)

* Changi Beach Park
* East Coast Park
* Pasir Ris Park
* Sembawang Park
* West Coast Park
* Noordin and Mamam Beaches at Pulau Ubin

If you'd like Barbecuing, there are pits by the beach/in the Parks that you can use.
The charges range from sgd$12-sgd$20 for the rental of the pit.

it is an offence to use BBQ pits without a permit.

East Coast Park
Pasir Ris Park
Changi Beach Park
Labrador Park
Punggol Park
Sembawang Park
West Coast Park Bring your own tents if you're camping & your own charcoal if you're barbecuing.

There are several places you can visit if you're acquiring more camping gear.
Ask the locals for the Beach Road, Army Market. Go to the top level where there are stalls selling all sorts of outdoor stuff and camping equipment.

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