No maps of local area.No information on bus or train routes.Especialy buses to and from hotel area to City. No information on how to obtain this info. No timetables at all.
Great Hotel.... will stay next time we visit Singapore
Well maintained hotel
The Hotel Indigo exceeded our expectations in appearance and location. This hotel will definitely be at the top of our list hen traveling back to Singapore and around the world. We especially loved and appreciated the attentiveness of the to hotel staff, in particular Hidayah who single handedly ...
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Very nice location! Love the hotel so much! Staff are all friendly.
The only drawback is the in room coffee, Nescafe does not belong in a 4 star hotel when you have good kopi just around the corner
no free parking
Singapore’s East Coast is among the island’s quieter areas, boasting a predominantly residential landscape. It isn’t the topmost tourist destination in Singapore, although it is often frequented by tourists travelling to and from Changi International Airport. The district still features some fun things to do, especially when it comes to makan!Don’t Miss
The beaches along the East Coast of this busy island make a good setting for a weekend picnic or some family fun cycling around East Coast Park. It is also possible to try wakeboarding, kayaking and a range of other water sports.
Behind the East Coast beaches lays the district’s best parkland. Boasting many kilometres of palm trees, jogging tracks, picnicking areas and playgrounds, this green space is the largest and most visited park in Singapore. There is even rollerblade and bicycle rental, so guests can explore the entire park with ease.
For a more historical experience along the East Coast, tourists should take a stroll through Joo Chiat’s heritage streets. The line upon line of old shophouses still operate as restaurants, cafés and handicraft shops, offering cooking classes, dining, art classes, and shopping for visitors. It is easy to spend a few hours here.Restaurants and Bars
If there is one thing that puts the East Coast above the rest of Singapore, it’s the range of cuisine on offer. Seafood is a very popular fare within the district of East Coast. No Signboard Seafood restaurant is one of the best spots to enjoy Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab and mantou. On your staycation, you’ll definitely want to enjoy some delicious laksa. Several famous restaurants along East Coast Road have been serving this dish for decades.
There is amazing food in Geylang, especially authentic Malay food at a cheap price. There are some bars and spots to enjoy drinks along Geylang, East Coast and Joo Chiat as well..Shopping
Several malls operate within East Coast, thanks to the district’s large residential population. 112 Katong is one of the newest malls in the eastern region of Singapore, boasting plenty of upper-class stores. Kallang Leisure Park is also a great place to shop, as plenty of entertainment facilities are found here too, including a bowling alley and ice-rink. Don’t forget to shop at Geylang Serai Market. This two-story mall offers market-like products at very reasonable prices.