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    Fragrance Hotel is a chain hotel and they've many locations throughout Singapore. There are three in the city area (Bugis, Clarke Quay & Selegie), the one at Clarke Quay should be most accessible. It should be at S$100 per night. If you're not coming with the family, then there are others to choose from. When is your trip? If you're coming during Chinese New Year period, then expect less choices and higher price. Suggest to book ASAP. almost 7 years ago

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    Thank you for answering.:) im going this coming feb 2-6. Im also considering value hotel thomson.. What do you think? almost 7 years ago

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    It's newer and probably S$15-20 more per night. It's not that near to Orchard Road, about 10 minutes by taxi. The area near the hotel has nothing much to see and do. almost 7 years ago

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    Oh. Hmmm.. Do you have any suggestions where to stay thats accessible to everywhere by taxi or walking with $90 on budget. Thanks! almost 7 years ago

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    Fragrance Hotel, Bugis, Clarke Quay & Selegie, they're all accessible by taxi as they're near town. Clarke Quay is near middle of Orchard Road and Selegie is towrds the end part, but both are close enough to walk. Singapore is a very small island, thus it's quite easy to get taxi throughout. Bugis and Selegie, around S$67++ and Clarke Quay is around S$100++, these are promotion rates. You can check out Hotel 81 as well, they've couple locations near town. If you want, you can give your email address, send you few links for your study / consideration. If not, just keep checking these two hotels and hopefully they will have new promotional rates near your travel period. Bear in mind, 2-6 Feb is still within the Chinese New Year period (15 days from 23/1) almost 7 years ago

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    ... (15 days from 23rd Jan). almost 7 years ago

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    Booked value hotel thomson-- and crossing my fingers. Now, im thinking how to spend my 2 days there.. Any suggestions? :) food to try and places to visit? almost 7 years ago

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    Chicken rice, laksa, Bak Kut Teh and etc. Visit Clarke Quay, Sentosa, Singapore Flyer, Night Safari, Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands, Resort World, KPO bar and etc. almost 7 years ago

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    BIG thanks fellow nomad!:) almost 7 years ago

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    Welcome. Hope you will enjoy your trip to Singapore. There are many things to do and see, thus plan well to fully appreciate the city. Cheers! almost 7 years ago

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    So u think i shoud prepare an itinerary?:) almost 7 years ago

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    Not exactly an itinerary, don't restrict yourself by do this or go there at this time or by that time... that wouldn't be fun. At the same time, you shouldn't be thinking where to go or do all the time. I would suggest to come out with a list of things to do and places to go, then just slot them in when appropriate... depends on the time and your location at that given moment. almost 7 years ago

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    You wouldn't want to go to the zoo, then back to Marina Bay Sands, then to Night Safari, then to Clarke Quay... that would be a waste of time due to the distance and the traveling time. If in town, then do all the things in town before heading to another location, obviously that would save you a lot of time. almost 7 years ago

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    Thanks! Last question, u think its necessary for me to get/buy tix online for universal studios? do they have a cutoff time for selling in a day? over 6 years ago

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    Since it's the same price online or buy there, then you should just buy online. Save you the time and it's guaranteed. Suggest you to go before noon the latest, otherwise you won't have enough time to enough fully, thus the cutoff time isn't an issue. over 6 years ago

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