Vita Hostel

50 Carlisle Road , Singapore, 219650 , Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Mustafa Centre, Little India Arcade, and Istana.
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    Mooncakes, Temples, Giant Trees and a Storm

    A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 04, 2014

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    ... the trees after (how wrong I was with that one). The spot was great, no one else around, everyone else was on the ground but the view I had was great as I could see all the Trees plus the Marina Bay Sands behind. The light show was not bad, nothing flash but the Trees did look pretty lit up with all different colours. After the show I headed down back to the ground and after taking some more photos I went to go get my ticket to go up on the platform to be told the tickets ...

    Landing #1

    A travel blog entry by maisiemai on Aug 18, 2014

    So after journey from hell #1 one we come to landing #1. When we reached solid ground (Singapore Changi Airport) we began to wander again, bringing back feeling to our legs. Here they have moving floor walks which me and Zac walked up and down at super speed, before entering duty free again. This was basically the same as Hearhrow - perfume, chocolate and gadgets. We stopped at a giant lit up sculpture in the shape of a tree, with screens ...

    A visit to Chinatown (40 year old married couple)

    A travel blog entry by samueltangk on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... and pampered like Kings and Queens!

    Following the spa treatment and massage, my wife and I took a stroll at Pagoda street in Chinatown, and had our dinner at the famous "Chinatown Seafood" restaurant. It has various mouth-watering local delicacies like pork belly, pepper beef and fried rice. The meal would not be complete with the finger-linking good, chilli and black pepper crab as well as the garlic prawns. At the end of our dinner, we ...

    Aura of a Kampung Heritage

    A travel blog entry by 13043675 on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... Café to taste some of the Malay kuih such as Ondeh-ondeh, Kuih Dadah, Putri Salat and Kuih Lapis. (Azura)

    Afterwards, while strolling around the
    street we observed that there are also different tourists visiting the
    historical place. We saw a group of teenagers wearing red tee shirt with a
    tour guide and they seemed to be interested in the talk given ...


    A travel blog entry by h102-team3 on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... be walking down the streets and alleys of Chinatown, as though the whole place was a set intended to be used in a film/movie. Although it is called Chinatown, surprisingly, there was a mosque, an Indian temple and also a Buddhist temple. This shows how harmonious the different races are in Singapore and it does live up to Singapore's name of being a multi-racial country and society. We visited a few places of worship in Chinatown ...

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