Lollypopcorn Hostel

Address: Blk 248 Ang Mo Kio Ave 2 St 21 #11-10, Singapore, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Northeast Region area of Singapore, is near Clarke Quay, Katong District, Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, and Telok Ayer Street.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

On our way home!

A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2 on Mar 19, 2010

Singapore was only a stop off point really. Lollypopcorn was ok, a bit strange as it was someone's home as well as a hostel. We only saw a couple of rooms that were let out and it was all a bit cramped, but it was clean which was all that really mattered for a couple of nights.

We'd both been through Singapore a few times and so just …

Saturday Slinging in Singapore

A travel blog entry by sjoslyn on Dec 20, 2014

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... park, ineptly following google maps, Got tickets for the "bum boat" and Rhiannon got to see that ship-building, the Ferris Wheel and then the ride down the Singapore River to Clarke Quay where we wandered all about and watched the people being jetted to the moon in the slingshot ride. We had a meal - Rhiannon was craving oysters. Too expensive, but we'll behave better from now on - plus Singapore is the most expensive place we will visit.


See you Singapore, hello Sydney!

A travel blog entry by lcowdril on Nov 16, 2014

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... or buns if you're a normal person however Noz seemed to mishear buns and so a lot of laughing later) we began to mop up the remnants of the sauce. The pepper crab the arrived, just as we had all cleaned up, and so it was time to start the process all over again! The pepper crab was also yummy, but we all concluded that it was definitely the night of the chilli crab. After ordering a couple more plates of food we decided that there was physically no more room in our bellies ...

Singapore here I am

A travel blog entry by live.the.dream on Oct 31, 2014

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... my first evening, I was met by my friend and former university classmate. Thank god, because my bank cards were blocked on the first meal I tried to pay for and I had no cash.

Food here is amazing. So many options for any kind of events and wallet size. My first meal was at a food court. Those are widespread in the city and in most malls. They offer a cheap but tasty option. Food courts will have food from most Asian countries. So you can ...

Singapore to Home

A travel blog entry by sandyandsteve on Sep 25, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... top but was getting freaked out that he would spill chilli sauce down his front so went into the toilet with our onboard case and changed into a black one. Had a quiet chuckle when we got the bill – not a cheap meal as the crab is charged by weight as it is here but they charge for a moist towelette that is on the table when you arrive – only 50 cents but you think they would throw it in when the meal costs ...

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