Le Grove Apartment

32, Orange Grove Road Orchard, Singapore, 258354,
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Restaurant near Pan Pacific ( Marina Bay )

by Tricky_Dicky69

Hi, can anyone suggest a good place to eat within walking distance of The Pan Pacific. We will be arriving early evening, after a long flight, so will need somewhere that is easy to get to. Our tastes are varied so any type of cuisine would be fine. Budget is fairly flexible, but nothing too over the top.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Tricky Dicky

Re: Restaurant near Pan Pacific ( Marina Bay )

by walterwu

Food is aplenty in Singapore. Across the road from Pan Pacific is Marina Square which has many food outlets from fast food to specialities and even a food court.

Re: Restaurant near Pan Pacific ( Marina Bay )

by tropical459

A good site for eating is www.eatwithalocal.com I travelled to Marrakech and USA eating with the locals it is free to join and free to use. I don't think there is anyone in the area you specify at the moment but it is a good site to remember as the members are growing daily. The insight you get into the local culture is wonderful and it is good fun. Enjoy your trip.

Re: Restaurant near Pan Pacific ( Marina Bay )

by walterwu

For web-based search of what best in Marina Bay, try this website:
www.hungrygowhere.com

Travel Tips for Singapore

Getting about.

by xinyiproductionhouse

i know its a bit difficult to locate some places on the paper maps. even i find it a trouble. i recommend this very nice directory web of singapore's. bascially there's map, travel guides, and even transport information. you can search with an address, landmark or postal code etc. with it, you can even check how to travel to/from this location. what's the facilities nearby this location etc. very useful map to get around singapore!

http://www.streetdirectory.com/ i find it such a hassle overseas when i don't have my streetdirectory.com i love this web!

tip: other than just searching for the location. take a picture of the map in your camera/mobile/or print it as reference.

Fly out of Senai

by trisanna

If you find the fares high at Changi airport for the destination you want to go to-there is one alternative. You can head over to Johur Bahru's airport called Senai International Airport. Johur Bahru (JB) is the border town-in Malaysia. From Singapore there are buses (mostly from Kranji MRT station). I forget the bus number. You can also catch the bus at Queen Street-you will take this to Woodlands checkpoint, go through customs -get back on the bus and head to Malaysia's JB customs. Quite easy.

From SIngapore you can also catch the SIngapore-Johure Express buses. From Malaysia customs-you can either take a bus to the airport or take a taxi. Fix the price before you get into the taxi. The buses don't come too often-so if plan to do this-get there early. There is a lot more traffic in Malaysia-so it can take awhile to get to the airport. The airport is 25km outside the city.

I have found it''s worth it to come here. Air Asia has a bunch more flights out of this airport than Changi. Also, if you want to go to Borneo-it's best to fly them-since they fly straight there. If you fly from Singapore, you need to fly Malaysian airlines and transfer in Kuala Lumpur then head south again.

When coming back to Singapore. You can take a bus back(last one is at midnight). Otherwise, they have taxis you can take into singapore. We were able to find other people, who needed a taxi there and shared the cost. They drop you off near Little India, where there are a bunch of Singaporean cabs waiting to take you where you want to go.

If you don't have much time-it's probably not worth it to fly out of Senai-since it does take a while to get there.

www.airasia.com

On bus info:

http://www.singaporehoteltour.com/travel_essential/main5.html

Smoking Room and Smoking Bar!

by craic

I was so delighted when I found the smoking room in Terminal 2 to see a bar called Harry's Bar which also allowed smoking! Sit at a table and have a coffee or a whisky or something. Most civilised. I didn't actually bother because I didn't have the local money and I was actually up to pussy's bow with coffee and whisky and whatever. You know what it is like on planes - they force feed and force drink you.
But if I had had a longer stopover I would have made good use of it.
I noticed people were bringing beers and coffees out through the swing doors into the smoking room behind it.
Chairs not really comfy and not enough of them in the smoking room. Ventilation not great. If there are more than 10 or 15 people smoking it gets very hazy. No need to light up. But there was someone coming round all the time to clean the ashtrays - which is appreciated.
Rest rooms a few steps away.
Maybe this room isn't hooked up to the general air conditioning plant - they don't want to get cigarette smoke in the system - there are open slats at the top of the windows but they don't cope very well. A fan to push the smoke out would be the answer. Quite simple.
I will be interested to see what the smoking rooms are like in the new Terminal 3.

PS There is Harry's Bar just to the left of the pic.

Get some mehendi done

by trisanna

Mehendi or henna tatoos are very important in Indian ceremony and wedding. Brides will have their feet and hands covered in the mehendi. Anyone can get this done. Usually, people go for a more simpler design. More intricate work is reserved for weddings. Many places in little india offer this work. Just walk down Serangoon road.

Some advice, if you are getting it on your feet-where sandals. It takes 35-45 minutes for the henna to try. It then flakes off. You want to be quite still while it dries-since the littlest movement can smear it. It lasts for a little over a week.

Say what?......Whatever! Yoga

by balisunshine

Holistic Books?
Music for meditation?
Healthy eating?
Yoga classes and wellness seminars?

That’s what Whatever is all about.

The have a large selection of books from
Deepak Chopra to Eating Right for your blood type.

There menu serves breakfast, snacks,
soups, organic salads, fresh juices, teas, etc.

Yoga classes, along with seminars on wellness
are programmed into their weekly schedule.
If you don’t have the yoga cloths, don’t worry,
they have that too!

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Address: 32, Orange Grove Road Orchard, Singapore, 258354,