Dragon Court Hotel

18 Mosque Street, Singapore, 059498, Singapore | Hotel
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Singapore Zoo day

A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14


... including: elephants, giraffes and the rarely seen Malayan Tapir. It had been a very long day so regardless of how entertaining the tram was we were beginning to really struggle to keep our eyes open! Although not necessarily the best of all the zoos the Night Safari is an experience which you would struggle to find anywhere else, so our advise would be that it is a must for Singapore.
At half past we dragged our weary bodies back on to the coach and back to our comfortable ...

Singapore food here we come

A travel blog entry by mickle777


... li>Founding of modern Singapore. Between the 16th and 19th centuries, the Malay Archipelago was gradually taken over by the European colonial powers, beginning with the arrival of the Portuguese at Malacca in 1509. The early dominance of the Portuguese was challenged during the 17th century by the Dutch, who came to control most of the ports in the region. The Dutch established a monopoly over trade within the archipelago, particularly in spices, then the region's ...

Underpasses and wheels

A travel blog entry by ginapeach


... Changi. After going as far as we could on the train we braved the Singapore bus system (which is quite organised). It took us a lot longer than planned to get there, but we got to go on a train and a bus, so it was worth it for the experience.

Audio tour in hand we worked our way around the Museum. What was quite a solemn exhibition was slightly ruined by a school tour group who decided the no photo rule didn’t apply to them and the arrival of ...

Time to leave London

A travel blog entry by pamhislop56

... thrown into hustle and bustle of tube stations and a sea of passengers in all directions. Change at Holborn for Heathrow, but another closer to get to Terminal 5. All goes smoothly with check in and time for a last cider and salad with Mark a bangers and mash meal and mushy peas. Comfy seats in older 747 with aisle this time,but tv dodgy and needs to be reset..playing up. V tired, but tried to watch one movie before dinner and some sleep. Good departure time at ...

Reunions, lights, bananas and super trees

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


So today we bid a fond farewell to Georgetown, but only for a little while as it is our second port of call on the way back, so we have already made our plans for what we will see, eat and visit when we return :). But we thought we would tell you a little more about our hotel in Georgetown. It is 2 old shops which have been converted into 5 rooms, a small art gallery and a small restaurant and coffee shop. The owners have kept as true to the original layout of ...

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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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