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I booked this hotel with Booking.com for October 1 to October 4, 2007 after reading their reviews of this hotel. I moved to another hotel an hour after check-in because I cannot withstand the pungent waxy smell of the room that is irritating to the...More
I happened to book a room for 4 nights while i planned to spend my xmas in singapore. however, i faced some urgent matter and have to leave on xmas day. i told the receptionist or owner about the cancellation of the rest of the...More
i swore, back in 1988, when i was in hong kong that i would never again stay in a room so small you could not open the door all the way without it hitting the bed.
it took 17 years for history to repeat itself...More
This place was a real mess. Though Singapore is said to be a very clean city, this hotel is located in the (rather dirty) suburb of "Little India" and the surroundings are filthy.
The door lock in the hotel room didn't look too safe, so...More
I booked double room but came alone. The hotel gave me a single room (but I have to pay double room rate!). The mineral water available with two color broken seal bottle. The towels are thin because old, the blanket is also very old.
With a strong local Indian community, this pocket of Singapore can feel like another place and time. Wander past traditional barbershops while local residents in brightly coloured saris patronize retailers from decades past. Peruse streets lined with colourful shops as the aroma of curry tempts you to indulge. Listen to the Bollywood music echoing from storefronts and take in the stalls selling bright flowers,
fabrics, and spices. At the 24-hour, four-level Mustafa Shopping Centre, you can shop through the night and find everything from pharmacy and grocery items to Bollywood DVDs and diamond necklaces. Singapore’s Little India offers a colourful, lively taste of the subcontinent and is well worth the visit.