Dragon Court Hotel

Address: 18 Mosque Street, Singapore, 059498, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Chinatown, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Bath Culture Foot Therapy, and Three Gorges (Sanxia).
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Sentosa, Raffles, dizzy heights and shopping!

A travel blog entry by dianna.lints on Oct 23, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Cos I do not want to spend each arvo when I return to the room on a computer I have added yesterday and today all in one for this blog.....
Wednesday 22 Oct - first full day in Singapore so headed to Sentosa Island which was awesome where Wayne hugged a python and I took pics as it was not for me! Sentosa Island is a man made Island with theme parks, restaurants, gardens, shopping you name it and we got their via ...

Singapore - last stop for Odyssey

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Oct 09, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... easy to get to, and certainly not on any mainstream tourist map, places that I am sure we would not have got to or perhaps even thought of going to ourselves. For this I am grateful for the truck and the organised tour... well until Kolkata. Would we do another overland trip? Probably not or perhaps maybe one that only lasts 3 months maximum. 6 months is too long for us.

Next stop is Myanmar/Burma where we will be going it alone for 23 days, we are then going ...

Day 46: Hong Kong- FAREWELL!!!

A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Oct 01, 2014

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... following Laura got on the transfer coach and headed to Lantau Island to the airport. Looking out of the coach windows I came to the conclusion that China and Hong Kong are countries so full of beauty, culture, diverse people and touch-and-go food that I'm just going to have to come back one day. We pulled up to Terminal 1 and minutes later we were checked in and through to the other side. I saw Laura's flight take off in her Korean Air logo'd plane, safe ...

Backpacking around Chinatown, Singapore, 300714.

A travel blog entry by suzannamohamed on Jul 30, 2014

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... calls Jamae Mosque as Chulia Mosque, Maideen Mosque and also Big Mosque.

The entrance of the mosque is known to be the most eye – catching part of the architecture as it is framed by two octagonal minarets topped by onion domes and a miniature four – story palace fašade. The close – up photo is inside entrance of the Jamae Mosque. The photos can be found under the gallery section.

Temple Street refers to the Sri Mariamman Temple, ...


A travel blog entry by htmteam4 on Jul 25, 2014

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... There are also desserts like the Gulab Jaamun ( Small balls of dried milk, slow cooked and boiled in a sugar syrup ), Jalebi (A wheat flour batter deep fried in coil-shapes and soaked in sugar syrup) and Samosas (A fried or baked triangular snack food made of a potato stuffing). The drinks they serve are mostly milk, butter milk or lassi.
In Little India, we saw a variety of Indian food. Most of which are what was stated above. We tried out the Dosa at ...