Axis Hostel

96A Lor 27 Geylang , Singapore, 388198, Singapore | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by essejtravels

... light show where they played music and had flashing lights. On the third day we went Kampong Glam, where the Muslims lived amongst colourful fabric shops, Turkish cafés and a Mosque. The Mosque was called Sultan's Mosque. It was like we were back in Turkey. The Mosque was adorned with gold, and there were a few people praying inside. It wasn't as good as any of the Turkish Mosques.We were ambushed by rain on on the way back so ...


A travel blog entry by heather-jak


Had a very busy day in Singapore today. We got the Hotel shuttle into town then after a wander down Orchard Rd from top to bottom decided to catch a bus which did a scenic tour of the inner city -very modern and catering to the tourist.Modern architecture abounds with skyscrapers of all shapes and sizes, shopping plazas with shops from the very ...

Khao Lak to Singapore

A travel blog entry by kathypender


... the hotel to catch our taxi at 1:50. He was waiting there for us.

We arrived at the airport at about 3 and found the check in line. Check in wasn't open yet so we waited for about 30 minutes.

We then went through security and on to passport control and then through to the gates.

I had a look for a pin, didn't have much success but bought a broach ...

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach


... Biennale, entitled Unearthed with a stunning collection of installations, video art and sculpture exploring different facets of this. One artist spoke of corals, having missed out on a long-planned scuba dive experience by creating her own beautiful gold, black and silver coral-shaped forms comprised of nails, screws, bolts, metal buttons, thimbles etc, things metallic, beautifully illuminated and fashioned into coralline shapes of varying ...

SingaPOUR Continues!

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... on scientific analysis of global warming providing a 5 degree increase in temperature by the year 2100. This video is very powerful and scary, but at the end provides a reminder that it only depicts one outcome, which can be changed if humans alter our behaviours. Again, as a teacher, I found that this video would definitely work as a fantastic teaching tool about the importance of looking after the environment. Gardens by the Bay does its part by only ...


This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Clarke Quay, Cookery Magic, Sentosa Orchid Gardens, and Kampong Glam.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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