Hotel Nostalgia Pte Ltd

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

77 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore, 168727, Singapore
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 29% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families83
  • Couples83
  • Solo82
  • Business74

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Forum Posts

5 day itinerary

by maximom09

Can you please suggest a 5day-4night itinerary for us, 4 adults and 3 kids? We are staying at a hotel near the MRT so we can do public transport. Thanks.

Re: 5 day itinerary

by Donna_in_India

Hi - you don't mention your particular interests but I'd recommend doing the zoo and night safari in one day, Jurong Bird Park in another, and Sentosa Island (Singapore Cable Car, Fort Siloso, Underwater World & Dolphin Show, walk along the beach - lots of activities going on, Sentosa Orchid Garden, show at the Musical Fountain) in another day (probably two if you're going to do Universal Studios). Visit Chinatown (great market there) and and Little India (visit Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple) on another day. And allow another day to visit Clarke Quay (walk along the river and take a boat ride), visit the Asian Civilizations Museum, see the Merlion, do some shopping on Orchard Road or in one of the many, malls. Lots to see and do in Singapore and it's very kid friendly. If you'd like, take a look at my Singapore page for further information on the things I've mentioned. Hope this helps! Have a great time!

Re: 5 day itinerary

by muratkorman

Singapore Zoo, Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park would be great for the whole famly. Also Universal Studios can fill a whole day. There are 3 in 1 tickets for the zoo and bird park. Please chek the previous post of Donna in India in Singapore forum. You can go to Singapore Flyer, take a boat ride in Singapore river. For details on these and more, check my Singapore page.

Re: 5 day itinerary

by Mozumbus

Singmark...

Re: 5 day itinerary

by putri_jogja

Universal Studio.
You can go by MRT to Sentosa. Take MRT to HarbourFront. And see the way to Universal Studio.


Marina Barrage.
It is very informative and fun place. Very good for children.
Take MRT to Marina Bay. and then take bus SBS no 400.
See this link http://www.pub.gov.sg/marina/Pages/default.aspx

Jurong Bird Park.
Take MRT to Boon Lay Station. And then from here you can take bus to Jurong Bird Park.

Merlion park.
Take MRT to Raffles. And then you can walk.
From Merlion, you can walk to Esplanade.


Please see this link. It informs the singapore attraction including how to get the place by MRT or Bus.
http://www.asia-planet.net/singapore/river.htm


Enjoy your holiday.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Get copies of maps, brochures and walking guides!

by litekimchi

Singapore is set up for tourism, it is very tourist friendly. Arriving from the airport, do not forget to get copies of the Singapore City Map and copies of walking guides for Chinatown, Little India, Joo Chiat, Riverside Attractions and War Memorial Trails. They are very indispensible, and saves you tour guide fees. Plus, they also make for great souvenirs and great to give away to family and friends who would love to know more about Singapore or are planning to vacation in the country.

You can also visit http://www.visitsingapore.com for online copies of these brochures and for other tips. I didn't get to use the maps and walking guides I got when I arrived. But since I will be vacationing in Singapore again in August, I will make sure that I get to use them and walk around more!

Bamboo scaffolding

by phil_uk_net

One of the things I like most about Singapore is the mix of old and new. It is a very high tech place but old technology works just fine in the right situation. It is quite common to see construction and maintenance workers perched on bamboo scaffolding.
Bamboo is an incredible material. It grows quite naturally and the fact that it is long, extremely strong and dead straight makes it perfect for use as a building material.

Singapore Sling

by litekimchi

I didn't get to go to the Raffles Hotel and drink a sling at the bar. But I did get to have a glass up in the air at Raffles Class (does that count?).

It's a sweet, light drink. Go have a taste, la!

Flats built by HDB

by imstress

Most of the population of our country live in apartment blocks built by Housing Development Board (HDB).

These high rise building could be as tall as 40 storey high (Toa Payoh Estate).
Most blocks in older estates are 12 storey or 24 storey tall.
We have multi-story car park where a few blocks of flat will share the parking facilities for about $90 per month.

Our postal address normally starts with Blk. This is the block no. we live in followed by the Street Name and Unit No. and postal code.

eg. Blk 123, ABC Road, #40-123 Singapore 123456

Fishing

by imran8852

Fishing Is One Of The Popular Sport Among Singaporeans.If You Encounter A Lake Or Beach,You'll Definitely See Some Locals Fishing. One Of The The Frequent Spot Among Anglers Is At The Jetty At Sembawang Park.

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