Sea View Hotel Singapore

26 Amber Close, Singapore, 439984, Singapore

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bus from CVhangi to Danga Bay>

by auztrav

Hi,

I am looking at flying into singapore late on Feb 4th, Friday night and wish to go to Danga Bay over the border to stay and then see Universal Studios cheap. Is this able to be done? Also, what is the sachedule foir going back and approx cost? I dont want to change buses etc if possible.

Re: bus from CVhangi to Danga Bay>

by walterwu

http://www.limsimi.com/leisure-entertainment-johor-bahru/johor-bahru-shopping/bus-from-singapore-woodlands-to-danga-city-mall/

The above provide some information of bus service between danga city mall to Singapore and vice versa. You can catch a subway train from the Airport direct to either of the 2 stations in the link above and catch the bus to Danga.

Re: bus from CVhangi to Danga Bay>

by auztrav

I am arriving in Singapore at 1230 am on a Saturday morning, so I need a cheap hassle free so not much lugging to reach the tune hotel in danga bay, the tune has shuttle but they seem expensive.

I was trying to book a package in Singapore but the web site goes all gne way to paying and nothing else.....

Travel Tips for Singapore

Safe, Clean and Marvellous Singapore

by stanlelj

I was lucky enough to be posted to work in Singapore for three and a half months in 2005. I loved everything about it. The people are warm and welcoming. The history is fascinating. The airport is actually a place you love to be. The Zoo is the best I have seen. The food is a wonderful selection of foods from many cultures. Shopping in Singapore is the best! Christmas season in Singapore is not to be missed. Singapore celebrates all of the special days of all of the major religions, and also the many tribal groups in South East Asia. It is the place to start your explorations of the region.

Singapore at Night

by Jmill42

One of my best memories of Singapore was captured in this picture. You must walk along the waterfront at night. Taking in the Merlion, and then continuing along and over the bridge towards the "theaters along the bay" gives you a great view over the fairly new structures. It really is magnificent.

But, then again, I love city lights at night.

Taking photos in the temple

by ibisit

Chinese believes that statues in the temple are allergic to camera flashes and their images are not supposed to be captured via any instrument.

So taking photographs in certain temples is a no-no. Do check if there is a "No photography" sign before taking pictures of the statues

Weird Laws

by biggeorge

Most people know that you can get caned for vandalism , and aren't allowed chewing gum and fined heavily for dropping fag butts.
The strangest one i heard was that you aren't allowed to give or receive oral sex , but that if you report someone ( why ?) you get arrested for being a peeping tom.

GOLF

by Eurasian68

You can play golf at almost anytime of the day, since some clubs are also open in the evenings. With an extensive selection of clubs, all landscape in lush greenery, you'll be spoiled for choice. And don't worry about your handicap, as most courses offer multiple tee-off positions. This means you can enjoy the run of the fairways, regardless of your skill level.

If you're up to it, you can also take a day trip to regional golf courses in neighouring Bintan, Batam and Johor. For instance, two signature championship courses in Bintan, Indonesia, designed by Jack Nicklaus and Ian Baker-Finch, are a short 45-minutes ferry ride from SIngapore. A couple of things to keep in mind when golfing in Singapore. Most golf clubs and courses have a dress code. This includes a collard T-Shirt, trousers or short pants and proper golf shoes.

A caddie or a golf buggy can be hired at resonable rates. Try to confirm a tee-off time first before going to the club as a competition or routine maintenance may be in progress.

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