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

Just a small taste of Singaopore

A travel blog entry by 13thlayer on Oct 31, 2015

29 photos

... timed ferry trip to Shenzhen. Kisheea, Lin and I had dinner at Element Fresh. I had mac n' cheese! I was home, unpacked and doing laundry by 9 PM.

As a side note, be warned that Singapore is pretty darn expensive and is actually almost comparable to US prices. If you go don't think it will be inexpensive. if you want to travel a country on the cheap go to one of the other Countries in Southeast Asia. I do plan to go back one day and be more of a tourist but I will save my pennies ...

This day was a fantastic experience

A travel blog entry by frankieg on Sep 28, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... bought out the frogs and insects to add to the sound of very gentle rain dripping off the trees. I now know what a rain forest sounds like. The zoo is open from 7 until midnight and it worth coming all this way to go. The only thing is bring a gun to shoot the Japanese tour guide. Noisy sod.

Haze report in the zoo was 294 they shut the place when it hits 300, thank goodness for the rain.

Some times I feel so blessed it frightens me.


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Stunning Singapore!

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Sep 21, 2015

46 photos

... sure you clarify the prices and portion sizes first. That said our meal worked out at around 35 a head including two 'free' drinks each (somehow I do not think they were really free!). On the Friday we had a reservation for Tiffin at Raffles. This really is a 'must do' in Singapore and again even though a little bit expensive it was our only meal of the day - there was so much to eat . . . and they kept filling the plates with more sandwiches if you asked. ...

Shangril la ooooh la la x

A travel blog entry by beabuzz on Sep 03, 2015

33 photos

... choice and a gazillion delectable delights it's insane! And the rains came in - Rafe was loving turning and twirling in it and splish splash sploshing and then we took the 'hop on and off' bus around the city which was fascinating. It's so clean and wide and green. Modern and incredible architecture - a boat on the top of 3 tower blocks....right the monkey is being relentless so I will have to write aurevoir for now and il write more tomorrow. Night night ...

8 Aug, 2015 (Tortoise Hugs and Midnight Durians)

A travel blog entry by elenanardozzi on Aug 08, 2015

118 photos

... closer like a panda or a monkey to get attention. But, to each his or her own!

After several hours at the zoo, we were hungry and went to a shopping centre (one of the seemingly thousands in Singapore). We got a unique snack-meal of goodies of your choice wrapped in rice as a long dumpling and steamed (at 'Rice'). I got shimaji mushrooms, green emperor veggies, braised peanuts, crispy "meat" and tofu floss in purple rice. It was scrumptious. Then I quenched ...