Hawaii Hostel

171-B Bencoolen Street, Office 2nd Floor, Singapore, Singapore | Hostel
Prices starting from $34.00

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Solo in Singapore

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky


Indonesia provided me more than I could ever imagine. For the first time in months I felt like I was loved again. I truly missed that feeling. More than I would have ever expected. I spent months reaching out and I felt like I all I was getting was handfuls of sand. Every time I received a bit I would hold onto it so tight, but the tighter I would hold onto the sand it would spill through my clenched fist and I would be left with nothing again. The months in solitude slowly ...

Travel with Singapore Airlines

A travel blog entry by normdi


... As I went to introduce myself Jason said Norm McKenzie.!!! He knew Norm and Marcel from cricket days and Mel knows Jacque from the gym. They were travelling back to England and France to be with Emma's family. We really enjoyed each other's company. They had two little boys with them. We talked sooo much a Mr Grumpy man asked that we quietened down as it was a plane ....not a bar!!!!!! We laughed and ...

Same, Same but Different!!

A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz


... metro looked just like my last home. But then that was nothing compering to my 20 min observation of my passers by. Heading with their head straight, having that hmm empty but yet so focused look
in their eyes, thinking either money, fame, business, maybe sometimes sex. Centering their minds on those thoughts so hard which was clearly visible to me. They were very cold looking. No smiles has been given either to me or between themselves. Atmosphere was ...

Tiong Bahru Markets

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim


Late start today. Sleeping of Wolfgang Puck steaks.

Took a cab to Tiong Bahru Markets. Nestled amongst the housing estates is this wet market which provides everything. Fresh fresh and fresh. Not very smelly but lots of interesting ...

Day 250 - Orchard Road

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... can expand. The first one is in height: The skyscrapers of the Central Business District are truly majestic and have original shapes. There must be 50 or 60 of them that have around 50 to 70 stories. I read they cannot build higher than 280 meters because of an airbase nearby. The most "interesting" one is the Marina Sands, which is actually 3 buildings joined at the top by a horizontal structure in the ...


This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Bugis Village, Singapore Art Museum, Little India Arcade, and Campbell Lane.
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2.00 of 5 stars Fair

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