Tucked away in the east of Singapore, a cozy collection of beach side restaurants, idyllic lounges and open air food centers ... More
Tucked away in the east of Singapore, a cozy collection of beach side restaurants, idyllic lounges and open air food centers reside. Arrive at about six in the evening, ready to do battle with the fresh affordable seafood at the open air food centers for authentic Asian fare. Chinese, Malay, Indian and European cuisine are all on display at great prices. While tucking into your dinner, enjoy the view across the straits to see the kelongs (wooden houses built on stilts in water with fish traps attached below) of Malaysia and the lights along the coastline. After dinner, lie back in your low chair with a cool coconut among the palm trees at the beach lounges.
South east Asia's first philatelic museum was opened in 1995 and holds an extensive collection of local and international stamps
dating back to the 19th century. Anything related to stamps can be found here like first day covers, artwork, ...
The eight story boutique Village Hotel Albert Court incorporates Asian touches and is located within walking distance from Little India
and Bugis Village. The hotel is approximately 25 minutes from the Changi International Airport, less than ten minutes from ...
The newly remodeled museum provides a multi sensory experience designed to guide you through Singapore's evolution from a fishing village
to a cosmopolitan city. The journey begins at Four Winds of Singapore, a multimedia exhibit honoring Singapore's diversity and ...