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18 Hongkong Street, Singapore, 059661, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 18 Hongkong Street, Singapore, is near Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, and Haw Par Villa.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Life flows better with...

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Sep 02, 2014

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... its "policy" to not give any longer than 30 days to anyone in Singapore applying for this kind of visa. That includes permanent residents too.

Luckily, my application for a 30 days visa was accepted. We now have to all hope that once I get to China, I will be able to get an extension, otherwise my cultural exchange and entire China plans will be over rather quickly and ...

Distinct Landmarks of Kampong Glam (Amirah)

A travel blog entry by team4htm on Jul 30, 2014

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Distinct landmark(s) of the destination:

Kampong Glam

Sultan Mosque



It is located at 3 Muscat Street, at the heart of the Kampong Glam area. The mosque was originally built in the 1820s, but was then later demolished a century later to become the current building, which was completed in 1932.



The mosque is considered ...

Adventure Time with the Oldies

A travel blog entry by germineho on Jul 29, 2014

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... be used in the Temple as an offering to fairy Guan Yin. There is also a few offering fortune-telling and simple and quick leg massage outside the entrance of the temple, which is awesome for me as my legs gets tired easily after so much walking.

Next to the Guan Yin Temple is the Sri Krishnan, Indian Temple. Here, i could see the difference between the Chinese and Indian Temple in terms of colour, way it's structured, and things ...

What do you know about China?

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Jul 24, 2014

13 comments, 1 photo

... and years to come, but now is the time I finally bite the bullet and visit the juggernaut that is China.

China has always been on my mind as somewhere to go ever since I went to study mandarin in Leeds (10 years ago!). Some years ago I looked into an au pair program for China, but the time wasn't right then. But now I'm travelling, and I have no plans to go back home for a year or so, and I want to be forced into adapting to ...

LANDMARKS IN LITTLE INDIA

A travel blog entry by guhhrace on Jul 24, 2014

... beautiful, but
definitely worth a look. It is a lot quieter than many other temples and
you have a chance to enjoy the peace of the space.
Very close to Mustafa - walkable distance.

Tekka Wet Market
Tekka Wet market is located in a well-known, vibrant and colourful
landmark in ...