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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      SINGAPORE! and Val breaks her ipad :(

      A travel blog entry by valmlegare on Nov 05, 2014

      7 comments, 41 photos

      ... have lots of cool pictures. I had a great day - Singapore is a lot cleaner and more modern/richer than Vietnam so it was also nice to walk around for an entire day (even though it rained most of the day) and not feel like you smelled weird or are so dirty you need to shower before you climb into bed :) - also I brushed my teeth with tap water today :) something I actually miss ...

      A short sling to Singapore!

      A travel blog entry by sammybest2000 on Oct 08, 2014

      20 photos

      ... on returning to Singapore soon. The shopping looked pretty good so it might be worth a trip pre-Christmas, and we didn’t make it to china town or little India which are meant to be wonderful. I would also like to actually walk around the gardens by the bay.

      It’s been back to work with a bang- a very chaotic week so far and its only been 2 days but that always seems to happen as school creeps towards half term. I am jsut about keeping my head above water. Turns ...

      Breakfast with the Animals

      A travel blog entry by rebeccarosz on Sep 05, 2014

      19 photos

      ... to go and have your photo taken in front of them - wow what an experience! Once breakfast was over and no one else wanted photos the rest of their breakfast is given to them and they take it away with them away from the restaurant.

      Afterwards we were given almost 2 hours of free time before we had to meet again back at the coach to go back to the City. I was there mainly to see Animals which I have never seen or ones which were ...

      Time to explore!

      A travel blog entry by isabeln on Aug 31, 2014

      10 photos

      ... very small and crowded. I was looking for some pork floss but unfortunately none of the Chinese people I asked knew what I was talking about. We went into a big but crowded market underground and all I could smell was stinky fish and bones, raw meat and stinky fruit and it was a disgusting smell! We saw some some stalls that had live eels, fish, turtles and crabs in them for people to take home to eat. That made me feel sad ...

      Culture shock

      A travel blog entry by thebes on Aug 23, 2014

      ... warned about the vigilant policing of this state, I was wary not to walk off the pavement, drop chewing gum (not that I ever do, or really chew gum for that matter, but my paranoia ground in that I might somehow attain gum to chew and let it drop without consciously being aware), cross the road at the wrong time, or at all displease the law at any point. With punishments severe, one felt completely free of fear from crime when walking around the streets. ...