BRUNEI, INDONESIA, MALAYSIA & SINGAPORE, your client´s next stop?

Malaysia is known for its dense tropical rainforests, expansive beaches and unique culture influenced by Malay, European, Indian and Chinese people. Kuala Lumpur, the capital, is recognised for the 451-metre tall Petronas Twin Towers, the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, and Golden Triangle entertainment district of Bukit Bintang. Penang Island, Malacca city and Kedah state are other top destinations.
 
Singapore is known for its multicultural population, tropical climate, and as a global financial centre. In the city, Padang, City Hall, the National Gallery, and the National Museum are great for visitors. Chinatown is popular for temples including the Buddha Tooth Relic, Thian Hock Keng, and Sri Mariamman, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore.
 
Thousands of leafy volcanic islands, from the Arafura Sea to the Malacca Strait, make up the wondrous country of Indonesia. On the northwest coast of the island of Java is the busy capital Jakarta, often the point of arrival and departure from the country and where visitors will take an onward journey to popular destinations like Bali, which has its own destination page, Lombok, Komodo Island, and Yogyakarta.
 
Brunei, the tiny nation surrounded by Malaysia on the on the island of Borneo, is loved for its beaches and biodiverse rainforest. While in the capital Bandar Seri Begawan visitors will want to see the stunning Jame' Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque.

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Village Hotel Bugis by Far East Hospitality

390 Victoria Street n.393, floor 19, 188061, SINGAPORE
Property ID: 
74293
Village Hotel Bugis is located next to the Sultan Mosque on Arab Street in Bugis Village. A few minutes away guests will find the culturally-rich Bugis Street, tempting them with promise of sumptuous Chinese tastes and treats. This enchanting city hotel is the preferred choice for business and leisure travellers alike with its convenient location and host of exceptional services. The hotel's guest rooms feature brown and beige tones with decadent dark-wood furniture. For the convenience of discerning business guests, the hotel provides executive floors for exclusive relaxation and extensive conference and meeting facilities. Fine-dining can be relished in the restaurant with a choice of local and North Indian cuisines.