It is the best hotel in Singapore. This hotel is best for family, friends and also even for large groups. The service of this hotel is really very awesome. This hotel is also very clean. The location of this hotel is also very good. The rooms were al...
Everything is perfect and we enjoyed our time there. We enjoyed swimming in the pool and the water of pool is neat and clean. Service is excellent. The atmosphere is healthy and the rooms of the hotel is luxurious. There is full arrangement of securi...
This hotel was very good place to stay. Its staff behavior was very friendly and helpful. I am booked this hotel online and its check-in and check-in procedure was very simple. Its restaurant was very big and it's have many types of delicious food. T...
This hotel is situated at a very good location. I stayed in this hotel for two days because I went for a business trip. This hotel room was well decorated, fully furnished and clean. Staff behaviour was very simple and helpful. Room service was on ti...
It was a three star hotel. Swimming pool and spa facilities were not provided there. The hotel was located near by a shopping mall and a temple. City view was seen from my room. The service of the staffs was not very good. Only the cleaning staffs come and clean the room in the morning. The room was not so good. Interior of the hotel was average. The food was also not provided there. We had to go out for the food. Water was also chargeable. The overall appearance of the hotel was very average. Only stay was provided there.
Stay at Mitra Inn was a part of my tour to Singapore with friends, Mitra Inn is a very decent, budget and centrally located hotel in Little India part of Singapore. Staff is extremely good and rooms are of hostel type so if you are a bunch of friends then I strongly recommend this hotel. Rooms are neat and clean, breakfast is also good. As it is a economic budget hotel, you should not expect facilities like swimming pool and gym.Rooms are cleaned twice in a day, mattresses are changed every day. Staff is very polite and helpful and in fact they will also help to plan your tour ahead if you ask for any query. The best part of this place is its location and it is well connected with metro and bus stations.
2 adults and 2 kids (7 yrs , 11 yrs)
Planning to go south east (malaysia, singapore and cruise)
Would like to do tour on my own and not in any group tour...
want to explore all travel options... pls advise whether its feasible or not...
Can I be able to do all hotel bookings, visas on own ??
has anybody done it previously...pls guide...
hav plan the itenarary as folows :
1st Jan : take early morning flight to kuala lumpur and then proceed to genting
night stay at genting
2nd jan : night stay at genting
3rd jan : check out genting and proceed to kuala lumpur... night stay ay kuala lumpur..
4th jan : explore full day at kuala lumpur..no night stay at hotel...instead take transport and proceed to singapore
5th jan : arrive morning in singapore and check into hotel..
6th jan : check out and proceed to cruise...
7th jan : cruise..
8th jan : check out cruise and overnight at singapore
9th jan : overnight at singapore
10th Jan : take evening flight back home to mumbai
pls suggest whether above days are sufficient...or i need to add or less any at any destination.... and also suggest for must do sight seeings and precautions if any to be taken...
thanx a lot in advance
I am travelling to Singapore with my family. I had already made necessary bookings for travel & hotel in Singapore. Now I have to freeze Sightseeing packages within Singapore. Could anybody suggest me good, dependable and economical travel agents who can provide me these packages ? Preferably I am looking for the travel agents from Mumbai, India, who can provide me only Sightseeing Packages within Singapore. My plan is for total 7 days & 6 nights in Singapore and I would like to explore as much as possible in Singapore.
I am planning a Singapore trip with 3-nights on ‘Star Cruise Virgo’ (Singapore-Phuket-Penang) with my wife and 2-year-old son. For anyone who has been on the cruise, could you please guide me on a few queries…
1.) How different is the experience between the ‘balcony room’, ‘porthole window room’ and ‘inside stateroom’ on the cruise? Am I missing too much if I don’t opt for the balcony room? Wanted to be very sure because there’s a huge difference between the room tariff – around Rs 16000 per person (SGD 400)
2.) Are there decent vegetarian food options on cruise? Is Indian cuisine available or am I asking for too much?
3.) Are the land excursions (in Phuket and Penang) organized by Star Cruise worth going for?
4.) What are the non-operational dates of cruise due to monsoon or bad weather? I plan my tour in April or May 2012.
5.) Finally what are the entertainment options aboard cruise? Any thing in particular that I shouldn’t miss…
Would really appreciate genuine feedback. Thanks in advance
Anyone who has been to the 'Jurong Bird Park' in Singapore... can you please guide me on a few queries
- Should I see the bird park on 'panorail' (I've a 2 year old kid) or exploring on foot would be more interesting?
- Do I need to take the 'guided tours' in Bird Park or going by myself is sufficient? (The guided tours are damn expensive at $25 per person)
- If I go for 'Night Safari', would I miss something if I don't go to the 'Zoo'?
- How far is the 'Night Safari' park from the 'Bird Park'? What is the mode of transport and how much would it cost?
- Any other things I shouldn't be missing at the 'Bird Park' or 'Night Safari'... pls do let me know.
Would really appreciate genuine feedback. Thanks in advance
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