PBG Back Packer Hostel

Address: Blk 149 #01-64 , Singapore, Singapore | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Northeast Region area of Singapore, is near Night Safari, Katong District, Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, and Singapore Island Country Club.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Fireddddd

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Jan 25, 2015

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... payment in lieu of notice, pick up a work visa for China and planned my next adventure to Australia. In the days leading up to my approval of my visa, I went around the city some more looking at stuff.

The first thing I did when I got this notice, was go to East Coast Park and get me some seafood. Initially, the plan was to get chilli crab, but it's so expensive and I'm sure I've had better in Baltimore.

My first stop though, was a hindu temple. ...

Fry-Ng in Singapore

A travel blog entry by meaden on Dec 13, 2014

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... that will do! I will say, the tea was delicious! You have several hundred to choose from - no exaggeration. They even give you a thick book with descriptions of every one. Again, the tea was perfect. No complaints at all. The scones on the other hand, looked like a perfect scone - but had almost exactly the taste and texture you entirely expect to not find in a scone. And the whipped cream was a stroke short of butter, and tasted of nothing. Disappointing ... But again, the tea ...

Last day in Singapore

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Nov 28, 2014

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... aware it's pretty expensive to drink alcohol, that Singapore Sling in Raffles cost about £18! (But it was worth it!) There are huge taxes on sin items - booze, cigarettes and gambling. Got back to hotel with enough time to sort our bags for the flight and even grab a final ice cold beer. Then the driver arrived with a minibus arranged because of our bags, and got delivered to the airport with at least 2 hours to spare. On board for our final 15 hour ...

Day 33+ - The long trek home

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 03, 2014

... we came across every type of shop imaginable, bar a pharmacy. In the end, and to our great relief, we did find one. Then, it was back to the hotel for a few hours before heading off to the airport. What can one say about the trip home to Brisbane? Not a lot. Due to it being a peak travel time - the end of the school holidays or something - all the flights were full so we had to go via Darwin. It was a bit of a pain, but at least we made it in one ...

In Singapore

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 26, 2014

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... in every shade imaginable, plus lots of tropical plants too. We also saw some wildlife: a little squirrel with a tail like a bottle brush, 2 huge lizards about 2.5 feet long sunbathing and digging, plus various birds, then some little turtles swimming and sunbathing at the lake.


The lake had the most huge waterlilies I have ever seen, plus something we didn’t expect: a large wooden arrow. According to ...

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