Crowne Plaza Belem Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida Nazare 375, Bela Vista, State of Para, 66035-170, Brazil
Crowne Plaza Hotel Belem
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Excellent
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9
Average
11%
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3
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less and rated 21% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples80
  • Solo81
  • Business89

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How to get to Belem from Singapore.

by airbrush

Hello Lady and Gentleman,
I will be travelling to Belem in July for a week. It my first time to Belem and not sure which air route or airlines is good for this trip. Could you please enlightened me. With Best Regards

Re: How to get to Belem from Singapore.

by ElDesierto

I assume that you are referring to Belem, Brasil. If so, whichever airline you take will probably be changing planes in Sao Paulo. You will have to price the ticket yourself, but it might be considerably less expensive to purchase a round trip ticket Singapore - Sao Paulo, plus a second round trip ticket Sao Paulo - Belem. I say this because the round trip ticket Singapore - Belem is very expensive.

As for recommended airlines, that depends on whether you choose to fly across the Pacific, or across the Atlantic. Go to www.expedia.com or www.orbitz.com and input different flight combinations to determine what works best for you. For most people, the decision comes down to price and number of flights.

Good luck,

ElDesierto

Re: How to get to Belem from Singapore.

by NedHopkins

I took TAM non-stop from Rio de Janeiro.

Belem is a very pleasant city, among the cleanest I've visited in Brazil. It has fine hotels, excellent restaurants, and good shopping. It's worth at least two days just to see and experience the city itself. There are, in addition, interesting excursions -- to Parrot Island and Marajo Island among others.

Though Belem is (barely) south of the Equator, wind and ocean currents give it a Northern Hemisphere climate -- to the extent there is any seasonal variation at all. That means July is summer and January is winter, unlike most of the rest of Brasil.

Re: How to get to Belem from Singapore.

by hmoitta

my suggestion is that you take a air company that you can have a internal flight from São Paulo, Brasilia, Manaus or Rio to Belém:

via Europe
if you fly with KLM or Air France you can take a GOL/VARIG internal flight connection
if you fly TAP or other one of Star Alliance group you can take a TAM internal flight connection

via USA
with a star Alliance company you'll can fly TAM in Brazil or from USA to Brasil

via Santiago de Chile
with a star Alliance company you'll can fly TAM in Brazil or from Chile to Brasil

via New Zealand
Aerolineas Argentinas to Buenos Aires from Auckland and then to Belém

ps: when I was in Asia I flew KLM and made a stop over in Europe, I flew in a internal flight in Thailand with my Star Alliance miles

Travel Tips for Belém

Everything you need in just one place

by hmoitta

Estação das Docas is a place you should go if you are in Belém, the old harbour which was transformed in a leisure complex. It has regional food and ice_cream, regional beer, tours in the river with local dances , permanent and temporary exhibitions, music concerts, regional gift shops and a wonderful view of the bay. It is closed on Mondays.

Castanha do Para (Brazil Nut)

by mircaskirca

One of the most important economic plants of the Amazon is Brazil nut. It's in fact a seed of an enormous Brazil nut tree which is native to Amazon rainforest. It has high caloric and proteinic contents.

You can find Brazil nuts all around Belem, from Ver-o-Peso to other markerts and shops. But the best ones I bought from street vendor. They were the freshest I've tried. The seller had to break the woody seed capsule to get the seeds, then break the seeds and finally peel them. Yummy!! Brazil nuts that we usually buy in Europe can defenitely not be compared with the ones that you find in Belem.

Fruits of the Amazon

by mircaskirca

No stay in Belem would be complete without sampling the remarkable variety of tropical fruit the region has to offer, and which form the basis for top quality juices and ice creams. Most have no English or even Portuguese translations.

Palm fruits are among the most common; you come across acai, taperaba, tucuma, bacuri and buriti. Also good, especially as juices and ice cream, are jenipapu, murici, ajiru, pupunha, graviola, fruta de conde, guava, acerola, mango, passionfruit, cashew, cacau, papaya, umbu and, most exotic of all, cupuacu.

Cotijuba island: a paradise

by sahori

Cotijuba still is not a very touristic destiny so, if you want to visit local fishermen's community surrounded by clear sand beachs, you should go there. One of the best thing to do there is to chat with the natives, they have many stories to tell. To go there you can take a bus or a van to Icoaraci and them take a boat to Cotijuba. It takes about 2 hours to get there

A Jungle Tree Climber

by NedHopkins

The berries of the acai palm tree are used for everything from medicine to condiment to beverage. (Only manioc, the most versatile of plants, has more uses.)

On a 'jungle walk' our Amazon Star Tour guide just happened upon a man who, on cue, folded several palm leaves into a wreath, wrapped it around his ankles, and used the leverage it provided to enable him to climb the tree -- to get to where the precious acai berries were.

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