Santa Grand Aljunied

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

34 Geylang Lorong 22, Singapore, 398691, Singapore
Santa Grand Hotel Aljunied
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Singapore to Malacca (Melaka)

by nish2027

Hello there,

Can anyone help me with the best way to get to Malacca by bus? The bus terminal in Singapore is at the Golden Mile Complex on Beach road. Some sites mention Lavender Bus terminal. Is the Golden Mile Complex and the Lavender Bus Terminal the same?


Re: Singapore to Malacca (Melaka)

by cgf

there are different places.

Re: Singapore to Malacca (Melaka)

by walterwu

Most tour buses going to Malaysia operates out of Golden Mile Complex at Beach Road. Lavendar Road is in close proximity of Beach Road. I don't know of a Lavendar Bus Terminal. There are many tours company in Beach Road that offers bus services and you should not have a problem buying a ticket from there.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Use the Trains/metro/rail/mrt

by cornerkick

Whatever you call it, you have to take advantage of Singapore's fantastic public transport system. Get an EZlink card and commute to your heart's content.

1. EZ Link:

2. get the official Singapore map at the airport.It's for free and after you study it for about 30minutes, you'd figure out the MRT right away and you can move around the city really fast.

3. Having a map will show you the actual location of the sites.You will also discover that many of these places are actually a walking distance away from each other.

Little India

by Cabana_Boy

Little India is definitely one of my favorite areas in Singapore…the sights, sounds and smells are like nowhere else in Singapore, a true cultural oasis in this vast mega-metropolis. I can spend hours walking around the small neighborhood because the people are absolutely fascinating and the life in the streets is so energetic... The markets are alive with people morning, noon and night and there always seems to be music playing…

Waiting at MRT Station

by SLLiew

MRT stations are popular waiting points to meet up with your friends.

Orchard MRT station is one of the most busiest. There is only 1 common exit and you can continue underground to Borders, CK Tang or Isetan.

For other MRT stations, there could be more than 1 exit and so specific which exit if you are meeting someone there. I found that inside MRT, some areas the mobile does not work.

There are also constant MRT announcement or video visuals of watching out for unattended bags and reporting suspicious behavior to authorities inside the MRT system.

MRT Weirdness

by biggeorge

You see a lot of strange stuff in the MRT underpasses ,but the strangest was an elderly chinese man with a spirit burner boiling a kettle. I had a quick look in his kettle and he was boiling a tennis ball.


by DAO

In this tiny country sports are in the centre of life. Well, at least its right in the middle of town. Padang is the Malay word for ‘big field’. This set of playing fields is a real part of Singapore history as well as an active sports venue. Cricket has been played here since Colonial times. It was a place for the elite to socialise and one corner is known as the Scandal Point where gossip was traded. When the Japanese invaded in 1942 they rounded up all Europeans here before marching them to Changi Prison.

Today you will find the Singapore Recreation Club building and fields where (Field) Hockey and Cricket are played. Sometimes other sports and events are hosted here. It is surrounded by beautiful colonial buildings and should be part of any walking tour of Singapore.


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