Lollypopcorn Hostel

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 …

Singapore- a beautiful and vibrant city

A travel blog entry by wine2nite on Oct 07, 2014

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... deck”. Found out they sold tickets and most people only went to the 56th floor. Better view and more visibility a floor higher. After that we wondered over to the gardens- an immense botanical garden with two conservatories of cloud forest and flora. The gardens are beautiful and also include the Sci Fi Trees…These are cylinders (see photo) that stand high above the ground and are lit up ...


A travel blog entry by eileentsh on Jul 30, 2014

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... offerings are consider average price which is not on the pricey side($2 ).People may also make donations to the temple. They also have places for people to have their fortune taken by fortune teller which they will usually have a yellow umbrella that act as a shelter and 2 chairs for their customer to sit down. They would take their fortune from their hand.


A day at Kampong Glam

A travel blog entry by angelina.tay on Jul 24, 2014

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... ride to Kampong Glam would take about 15 minutes. Upon arrival, we would visit the Masjid Sultan which would help them to understand more about the Muslim religion. At 10:00 am, we would visit the Malay Heritage Centre to do Batik Painting and Pottery for an hour.

From 11:00 am to 12:00 pm it would be an hour of free and easy time for them to explore the shop houses in front of ...

Butterflies and Exotic Birds A Plenty!

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 07, 2014

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... have a lot of fuss made over them because they’re cute and this does result in many advantages, including nabbing seats on a packed bus…although in saying that, I may be slightly biased seeing as I’m their Auntie!

So all in all, another crazy day in Singapore with more butterflies and exotic birds than you could shake a stick at!

PS A massive thankyou to Meryck for the amazing DSLR photos, you can probably tell which ones are his and which are mine!

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