Evans Lodge

Evans Road, Singapore, 259367, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, and Marina Bay Sands Casino.
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First Full Day in Singapore

A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 01, 2014

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... heading to the MRT station downstairs to head back to Chinatown to have a late dinner (eating at Marina Bay area would be way too expensive).

Once back in Chinatown I headed to an old favourite on Pagoda Street which I have eaten at in the past and know for a fact they would be open still for dinner. After eating a very spicy chicken dish I was approached by these 2 guys sitting behind me asking if I spoke Chinese. Turns out they were both roommate's, ...

Kampong Glam(orous)

A travel blog entry by neilmacbangbang on Jul 31, 2014

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... heritage areas. It was really fun and I really enjoyed myself. We also mingled around with the people and asked for directions on how to get from one place in Kampong Glam to another, when we got lost around the place that is. The day was also very hot and sunny and I think it was the best time to visit the place because it really looks like a really fun place to hang out in under the sun, even though the weather almost killed ...

A Day @ Singapore: Heritage Sites

A travel blog entry by huien_ on Jul 29, 2014

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... where people could drink and have fun,which might be suitable to host guest for business and let them learn about the places there. Well.., too bad most of the shops weren't open so early as they operate mostly in the late afternoons onwards.

The Malay Heritage Centre across the road of the temple, is open for people like tourists, locals and students to learn more about the history of the whole Kampong Glam area, which is a good place to ...

The Balasubramanium's great adventure to chinatown

A travel blog entry by balasubramanium on Jul 24, 2014

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... were selling trinkets of sorts and did some shopping. Arunachaleshwara bought 36 keychains for his friends and they only cost $10 which we thought was a steal. On the keychains were what we learnt were merlions which is a icon of Singapore. Gajalakshmi bought a few scrolls which she thought had paintings which were really beautiful though we can't understand the words written on them as well as some paper fans which coincidentally came in really handy because the sun ...

Half day itinerary at Kampong Glam

A travel blog entry by enylx on Jul 23, 2014

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... old houses and shop that is still available at Kampong Glam.

12pm - We had our lunch at Bussorah Street. It is a food paradise which consist lots of distinctive dishes. Especially the "teh-tarik". It is definitely the nicest milk tea that I've drank!

1.30pm - We visit to the Masjid Sultan. It is the most prominent landmark in Kampong Glam, Muslim gather in the vicinity of the mosque to await prayer called to break their fast. Malay have this ...