Boon Wah Hotel

Address: 41-43 Upper Weld Road, Singapore, 207398, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Bugis Village, and Little India Arcade.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Singapore - last stop for Odyssey

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 09, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... see again... although who/what will take up a lot of our conversation space in future???!!

That evening we went to see the sound and light show at the Marina. Even though Jordan had moved to a different hostel he came with us, which was great. We had a really good evening with him. He is trying his had at living in Oz and we hope to see him in April. The light show itself was free. That was brilliant! it was really very clever (if really corny) as there was a ...

An "Oopsie day".

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Oct 04, 2014

10 photos

... was provided for breakfast! Yippee!

Singapore is a beautiful, but very expensive city. We stayed in the Colonial section (which is now called the Financial section) on Boat Quay, which is right next to Clark Quay. They are both very popular places for dining and entertainment as they sit right on the river. Walked all afternoon and splurged on our first Singapore Sling, (2 for 1) which was $18, at a cafe overlooking the river.

Monday Shutdown

A travel blog entry by zebees on Sep 15, 2014

5 photos

With our trip going so well it was only a matter of time before we hit a snag, which is basically 'Monday'! We started our day as usual, with a big breakfast at the hotel buffet then, as planned, walked to Clarke Quay for a bumboat ride. We got up close to the icon of Singapore, the Merlion, which was a thrill for the kids as I brought them back stuffed toy merlions from my last visit to the island. Next, we took a cab to the science centre. ...

Clad in Sarong! Blogged by Masturah

A travel blog entry by team4htm on Jul 30, 2014

4 photos

... enter it with modesty and respect, thus the need to cover the body parts. But we also saw other Malay boys entering the mosque with a normal shirt and long pants or 3/4 pants. The Muslim women both young and old on the other hand, wore long sleeve loose-fitting 'Jubah', and a 'tudung' wrapped around their head which also covers their neck. With further research, we realised that both Muslim men and women have different body parts they need to cover due to ...

Taste of India

A travel blog entry by htmteam5e44n on Jul 25, 2014

... that a significant population in India are vegetarians. We also noticed that beef was not served in the restaurants that serve meat dishes as cows being a symbol of wealth, strength, abundance, selfless giving and a full Earthly life in Hinduism, is considered sacred.

After exploring the streets of Little India, ...

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