L Residence

19 Lewis Rd, Singapore, 258616, Singapore
L Residence
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Family Accomodation

by branx

Hi, I am trying to find accomodation for 2 Adults and 2 child. under 12, however when i search all the various websites I am unable to find any that can accomodate 4. Marina Mandarin or similiar is what I am looking at. We would need a room with 2 doubles in it or a hotel that has inter connecting rooms.

Re: Family Accomodation

by xymmot

They have them there, you just have to request it when checking in. If not get a junior suite where the children will sleep on sofa beds. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Family Accomodation

by Typhoon2000

Novotel Clarck Quay or Holiday Inn Orchard City have rooms with 2 doubles that take 4 people. They both show on the Hotel reservation engine (Executive Room - Novotel, Premier Double Holiday Inn) but not always on other booking engines.

Re: Family Accomodation

by carteki

There are a number of serviced apartments in Singapore. Do a search and see if they fit the bill. Bonus would be having your own kitchen!

Re: Family Accomodation

by branx

I have tried all the apartments but they have min 7 days..we are only staying 3.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Locals listen... do not eat this...

by robertgaz

This a warning in reverse to all you Singapore guys and gals.

Licorice is very a popular western confectionery made from a sweet root and is best known around the world as the English style Licorice Allsorts.

The Dutch are famous for their salted licorice and make it anything from mildly salted to extreme triple salted.

It is also added as flavouring for drinks such as sambuca and even some beers like Guinness.

When I first mentioned licorice to a curious imstress, it took me a few attempts to explain exactly what this liquorice is. I guess that "liquor" and "rice" in the same breath conjure up all sorts of strange possibilities.

To give imstress a new taste experience I brought some Darrell Lea Soft Eating Liquorice with me to Singapore for her to try.

I need to add that Darrell Lea liquorice is beautifully soft and contains such ingredients as prime Australian wheat flour, semi refined raw sugar, molasses, treacle, natural liquorice extract, glucose and a touch of triple refined pure aniseed oil.

From the look on imstress's face on trying this excellent quality licorice I deduced that it did not appeal to the Singapore palate.

For me, it was well worth the effort of attempting to educate a friendly local and to see that mystified look of wonder on her face.

Tiger Beer

by yuet29

Tiger beer is singapore made beer.. such as Carlsberg in Denmark, Singha in Thailand, Angkor in Cambodia, SaigonBeer in Vietnam and BeerLao in Laos.

Many people dont know, but last semester we visited the tiger beer brewery and the guide told us that beer actually expired ( can drink but not taste nice) after 3 months of the manufatured date.

Last time I thought there was no expired date for beer.. yea it is true, but is just not fresh after 3 months.. those in pub can be less than 3 months, but imagine those arranged orderly on the supermarket rack.. surely some are over 3 months old..

At the end of the industrial visit, the tour guide treat us tiger beer.. directly from the factory.. just brew.. wow.. BEST

Dress code for Hot weather

by daryll

Weather in Singapore hot and humid, nonetheless, generally dress code is casual, wear light clothing but TOPLESS is inappropriate.

Thank god, Singapore has full blast air conditioned in most of the hotels and shopping mall.

Our Pledge

by imstress

Have u heard of the Singapore Pledge?
Student will have to recite the pledge daily at the assembly.

We even have a song with for our national pledge. Grab hold of a Singaporean and get them to sing for u.

"We the citizens of Singapore
Pledge ourselves as one united people,
Regardless of race, language or religion,
To build a democratic society
Based on justice and equality
So as to achieve happiness, prosperity and
progress for our nation."

Singapore Flag - red on top with 5 white star and a crescent with white on the bottom.

Biking or Nature walk at Palau Ubin

by Hecter

Palau Ubin is a small island that has the memories of Singapore in the early 60s and 70s. The small island is great for nature walk and biking. To get there, U have to take a bus to Changi village bus terminal. There is no direct MRT service to there at the moment. Less then 100meter away from the bus terminal at the corner is the jetty. Take the bum boat , cost $2 per head. Upon reaching the jetty of the island, there are many shop houses that rent bicycles ranging from $3 to $10 for a whole day. If u are adventures enough, go for the nature walk around the island. u can ask for a map at the reception/ information counter or get a map from the bicycle shop. weekends is especially crowded with families and young people getting some fresh air out from the city life. the boat operates until Nite time and do try to get out of the island by evening time. U may want to camp there if u want as some beaches has toilets facilites. A few grocery shop is located at the jetty area too. Bring along water, mosquito repellants,


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Address: 19 Lewis Rd, Singapore, 258616, Singapore