Hotel 81 - Elegance

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

30 Foch Road, Singapore, 209276, Singapore
Hotel 81 - Elegance
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  • Solo28
  • Business71

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by witsuff

i will be visiing singapore next month, it will be my 1st time, where in singapore can i find cheapest place to eat?

Re: food

by sirtitus123

all around actually. for really cheap food, head down to hawker centers or outdoor food courts. for example, the Maxwell food centre. you could also visit Clarke quay for restaurants. other places like Joo Chiat, Geylang or Ang Mo Kio offer pretty affordable good food too.

Re: food

by iblatt

The hawker centers, Singapore's street food, are safer and cleaner than street foods in most other places in South East Asia. The food is varied, Chinese/ Indian/ Malay, meat /vegetarian, tasty and cheap.

Re: food

by walterwu

For the cheapest food, there are Hawker Food Centre in each public housing area. Lunch or dinner can be bought for about S$3 - $4 per meal. Can drinks about S$1.30. Lots of variety of food and drinks.

Within these public housing area, are also "coffee" shops with lesser number of food stalls but is equally cheap.

There are, also, food malls found in shopping centres, both in town and housing area centres. The food, there are between S$4 to $8 per meal excluding drinks. Types of food ranges from local favourites to international food fares.

If in the city and looking for cheapest food, the food centres at Maxwell Road, Chinatown, People Park are, probably, where you can find the cheapest food.

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Re: food

by volarevolare


All the suggestions about eating in Hawker Centres or Coffeeshops in the Housing Estates in Singapore are right -- they do offer cheap and good food.

One way to find yourself in a Housing Estate is to take the MRT train to any station that is out of the Central part of Singapore -- which is also where the main business and commercial centres are. Take the MRT train to places like Toa Payoh or Ang Mo Kio MRT Station on the North-South line and walk around a bit, ask the locals where the nearest coffee shop or hawker centre is. There's also Food Courts in shopping centres that sell a wide array of foods, though they may be priced slightly higher than a Housing Estate hawker centre or coffeeshop.

Note: I usually survey how crowded a stall is -- is there a queue? Yes,it's probably worth a try. I also look around and see what the people are eating, and if there are more eating from the same stall (as evidenced by the same plates/ bowls used), it's also probably worth a try ;)

Anyway, enjoy your gastronomic adventure!

Travel Tips for Singapore

Driving from Singapore to Malaysia

by tropicrd

Hello,as far as I know,you can drive a car into Malaysia from Singapore but you have to have 3 quarter of a tank full of petrol (not 1/2 tank) to show to Malaysian authorities.
The other thing is make sure you check any medication you may take with you--as they are tough on drugs.
Make sure you have your international licence.
It used to be you could take a foriegn car in for 10 days--but that may have changed.
You can make sure by getting in touch with some of the hire car agencys in Singapore--Hertz is widely used there.
Hope this helps.
Cheers & safe driving I have driven into Singapore from Malaysia,but are certain of rules going back into Malaysia.
Singapore is easy to drive in--the roads are very good.

Little India

by phil_uk_net

I love the diversity of Singapore. Parts of it are just like any big Western city but travel 10 minutes on the MRT and you can imagine you have been transported to the Indian sub-continent or China. Walking around the ethnic areas watching how people live their lives and make a living.

National Anthem

by imstress

Majulah Singapura (sung in Malay)

Mari kita rakyat Singapura
Sama-sama menuju bahagia
Cita-cita kita yang mulia
Berjaya Singapura
Marilah kita bersatu
Dengan semangat yang baru
Semua kita berseru
Majulah Singapura
Majulah Singapura

Onward Singapore (English translation)

We, the people of Singapore
Together march towards happiness
Our noble aspiration
To make Singapore a success
Let us all unite
In a new spirit
Together we proclaim
Onward Singapore
Onward Singapore

Bak Kwa

by snuggie

Bak Kwa which mean bbq pork is a must have for many singaporean during the chinese new year.This particular brand is well loved by all locals and you will see queues forming 2-3 weeks before the chinese new year.

Travel tips - general

by boeing777

If using a safe box in your room place one shoe in the safe with your valuables. This will stop you from leaving without clearing the safety box - a common situation for many people. You can't walk without both shoes so it will prompt you to empty the box.

Here's another thing. Keep shower caps from hotels and use them for packing shoes. Place a shower cap over each shoe and it will not dirty other items in your suitcase.


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