Waterloo Hostel

Address: 55, Waterloo Street, Singapore, 187954, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near National Museum of Singapore, Pulau Ubin, Singapore Art Museum, and CHIJMES.
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Singapore without the Sling!

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Jan 01, 2015

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... Singaporean delicacy. The kaya is a sweet paste made from coconut and eggs and is served with buttered toast or french toast, which are then dipped into a dish of soft boiled eggs. Always willing to try something new, needless to say we leapt in ... the kaya was delicious, but we weren't sure about serving it with eggs. Chris found finding vegetarian fare a little limited ...

Chinese gardens

A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Nov 28, 2014

... We rode the Incredibly efficient mrt to Chinese gardens station (35 min, $2.20) to see exactly what the station says: Chinese gardens! We sat amount the Chinese soldier stone statues eating our fried chicken and rice lunches, specially choosing the bench under a gorgeous large tree, cute shrubbery and Mulan. We stilled through the gardens exploring the grounds, climbing the spiral staircases of the pagodas, watching the kip fish, and crossing huge bridges ...

Singapore Day 3

A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Nov 17, 2014

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... because if we had we'd have been able to go in what looks to be one of the best water parks there is... Another time perhaps... We went in the aquarium first and it was massive. There's apparently over 10,000 different species in there, brilliantly displayed in enormous tanks with big viewing windows and tunnels and places where you could put your hands in the water and all sorts - the first tank we saw was so big that it had a replica of a shipwreck in it and ...

Day 33+ - The long trek home

A travel blog entry by spydah on Oct 03, 2014

... and get the matter sorted. All told, we'd wasted about half an hour. Sorry Israel, we love your country a lot, but that is one big black mark against you. At least we knew in advance that the next stage of our trip home could be a bit tricky, as there was only 80 minutes between our scheduled arrival time in Istanbul and our departure for Singapore. Even though Turkish Airlines had accepted our booking on this basis, Brian had had lengthy ...

Exploring Singapore

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Sep 25, 2014

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... We had finally had enough and hailed a taxi to take us back to the hotel, where we again enjoyed some beers in the bar. As it was virtually empty, Theresa and Siva chatted with us and told us all about life in Singapore which we found most interesting. We realised that we knew very little about how the city developed so on their recommendation, planned to visit the National Museum tomorrow to do just that.