Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, Singapore

96 Somerset Road, Singapore, 238163, Singapore
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cycling in SIN and more

by dadsen

Hi friends
My daughter and me want to have a private cycling tour from SIN to KL. beside some days in SIN and KL.
Sure we can buy bycycles in SIN. nearly which price ?

Some days in SIN and some days in KL and the other riding the bicycles.
What do you suggest: along the westcoast or the eastcoast ?
we want to ride "nearby country and people" so we can see and discover things, normal tourists will not see.

I hope you can tell me a lot

regards dadsen

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by xdaliv

For malaysia, the east coast is more off the beaten track route. to get there from KL, the expressway pass through the mountain range, can get veerry steep etc. and once you pass the expressway, the countryroad is a heavytraffic 1 lane traffic. Can be quite dangerous especially with Malaysian driving.

Not sure which route cyclists would actually go through. but you have to be very experienced cyclist to cycle in Malaysia.

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by xdaliv

ps: should look for cyclist forums on which route to take. they might have better help like www.bikeforums.net

http://malsingmaps.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=10238
http://www.mrpumpy.net/BSA-Mal.html (Malaysia east coast ride)
http://www.matahati.8k.com/monsoon.html

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by dadsen

thanks a lot.

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by walterwu

Buying bicycle in SIN, try Carrefour at Suntec City. They have a wide range of bicycles and accessories. Fixed price.

In SIN, there are many cyclist on the weekends along the major road early in the morning. They cycle in big group. I see a number of them along Upper Thomson Road towards Sembawang.

Sometimes, I see them going across the causeway into Malaysia in group.

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by dadsen

I wrote the streets downtown are closed for cars. For bicycles too ?
dadsen

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by walterwu

In Singapore, cars are everywhere.

When cycling, exercise care and give way where possible.

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by aussirose

Hi Dadsen. Sounds like a great trip! Hopefully you can visit Malacca along the way. We loved Malacca with the authentic Baba Nonya food....yuuum!

I really haven't got much to add but I would like to suggest a little 'off the beaten track' thing to do in Singapore that I am sure you would enjoy - http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tt/aeb16/#TL

Probably not best to take your bikes there though as they may not fit on the boat going over.

Have a great trip!!
Cheers, Ann.

Re: cycling in SIN and more

by ruffled

Sounds like a lovely plan!
Living in Singapore, I would just advice you to be extremely cautious when cycling on the roads here. The traffic is very fast moving and the road culture is not always welcoming of bicycles (of course there are the necessary road-rules to provide for the safety of cyclists, but just takes one bad egg to spoil you day!)

Also, I am not sure where you're from, but the roads get quite hot, especially around mid-day (the asphalt really cooks!) plus you may have to deal with rains as well (depending on the season)

That said i think cycling is a great way to see Singapore and Malaysia. I hope you will have a fantastic time.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Clean, green and safe

by valenetay

Travel in Singapore Free and Easy! There's no need to sign up for tours. You can get anywhere by the MRT or bus. Almost everyone speaks English, so just ask your way around if you're lost. No need to worry about pickpockets cos Singaporeans can't be bothered and have no need to do so.

Do check out the hawker centres. A good one would be Maxwell Food Centre where you can try all sorts of Singaporean cuisine at an average price of SGD3. Must try's include chicken rice, satay (meat on a stick with peanut sauce), nasi lemak (coconut-flavoured rice with fish/chicken wings/vegetables) and laksa (noodles in spicy coconut gravy). Actually every chicken rice stall in Singapore is decent.

Tip: Don't take the Hippo Tour! It's a bus which takes you on a tour around the city. It's expensive (SGD30+) and not worth it. You'll be better off walking on the streets on your own.

Unexpectedly modern

by Aussie666

Cleaniness and feeling of being safe (no apparent danger of being struck with a bananna peel).. Friendly folks, exceptional service, the women are beautiful being mostly a blend of Malay and Chinese.

Cafe-time on Siloso beach

by yatingchen

Sentosa Siloso is a beautiful artificial beach. It's decent to take a break at a cafe shop. My family and I had cafe-time on Siloso beach. We had tuna fish sandwich and a cup of ice tea. It's nice to view the beach from the cafe...

Peanuts, not for free!

by dcrubio

My husband and I realized... that whenever we go out to eat at restaurants, peanuts, fried crackers, even wet towels will AUTOMATICALLY be served at your table... Naturally, you are hungry awaiting your order... you start munching on the "appetizers", and clean your hands with the towel... on with your meal... you ask for the "check"... upon checking the bill, you WILL see these items added... just to let you know... if you are not willing to pay for them, by all means, send them back! (just make sure at the end of the meal that your bill is correct) ;-)

Be prepared!

by arv1

Even if it does rain, i think that you would survive in shorts and t-shirts! I think you need an umbrella...fair enough it is a hot country, but it does rain quite a lot! SO i think a small umbrella would be sufficient!

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