Lollypopcorn Hostel

Address: Blk 248 Ang Mo Kio Ave 2 St 21 #11-10, Singapore, Singapore | Hostel
 
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Location

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 …

Ein qualvolles Festival

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Feb 01, 2015

75 photos

... behind them, with the ropes attached via hooks through their back. If that wasn’t hard enough, a few devotees even had shoes with loads of spikes in them. We followed the route of the parade to the temple at the end, where the devotees were getting the Kavadis taken off and the skewers pulled out. They looked relieved. After lunch, we went to the temple at the start of the parade. There were still a lot of devotees getting prepared to go ...

Singapore - Day 2

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Dec 22, 2014

38 photos

... on top of the hillside after founding the colony of Singapore in 1819 and it's role as an administrative hub gained it the name 'government hill'. As I wandered around the park I discovered the lighthouse which had once been a hugely significant beacon for safe trading in Singapore, which now due to land reclamation simply pales into insignificance as it looks over the cities skyscrapers in the Central Business District.  Next, I headed to the famous Raffles Hotel. Not fully ...

Singapore sling

A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Dec 13, 2014

33 photos

... opened with the most torrential downpour, but only lasted about 15 mins and dried up almost immediately because of the heat. We wondered towards the waterfront passing some very interesting eateries and shops including 7 eleven! By now the skyline was adorned with all fashion of lights and colour, brilliant. We headed for the Singapore Flyer, the largest wheel in Asia, the sights were breathtaking, but guess who's camera suddenly packed up, I was fuming, managed ...

Singapore | day two

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Oct 29, 2014

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We had walked through most of Singapore, literally, yesterday. So today we decided to go to Sentosa Island. Chris and I had mastered the subway in no time and we made our way to the waterfront. The boardwalk took us from the waterfront to the island and soon we were at Universal Studios. We decided to go for it so we bought tickets and went in. The first ride was the new Transformers ride which was ...

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