Dragon Court Hotel

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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Roller-coasters and sausage

A travel blog entry by lizzie-rascal on Aug 03, 2014

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As soon as I got into the hostel last night I could feel my nose blocking up!! I woke myself up several times from snoring.... Ooooops sorry girls :p My own chauffeur ;) came and picked me up again and took me for a traditional Chinese breakfast. I can't say that eating chicken feet in a Black bean sauce was a highlight of my trip!! Tasted just like chicken fat and you had to suck and spit the bones out :s !! I had many other local ...

Activities Visitors Must Do (Mohd Akbar)

A travel blog entry by team4htm on Jul 30, 2014

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... pulls the rope using his left hand, while his right hand is holding the rod against the gasing body in an upright position, causing the gasing to rotate and make a wailing sound. You can imagine the different sounds caused by two or more players who pull their gasings together and the longest spinning gasing will be the winner. It was quite an interesting experience as back on our country, these games are rare and ...


A travel blog entry by h102-team3 on Jul 24, 2014

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... be walking down the streets and alleys of Chinatown, as though the whole place was a set intended to be used in a film/movie. Although it is called Chinatown, surprisingly, there was a mosque, an Indian temple and also a Buddhist temple. This shows how harmonious the different races are in Singapore and it does live up to Singapore's name of being a multi-racial country and society. We visited a few places of worship in Chinatown ...

The Singapore Sling

A travel blog entry by nicsteiner on Jul 22, 2014

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... Thus, I've created a list of why I love Singapore: 1. The abundance of stores. I don't mean like a few malls (*bangkok*), but stores EVERYWHERE. It feels like a magic trick where everytime you walk into a building or single store, it turns into a mall. Seriously...every time. 2. I passed 6 separate Chanel stores within a 3 block radius. That is all. 3 I passed a woman in a full burka with everything but her ...

Singapore Sling

A travel blog entry by danandzoelord on May 21, 2014

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... Australia, and the heat and humidity of Singapore, Dan had started to develop heat rash and was struggling to sleep. So the next day (Friday) we caught the MRT to air-conditioned Vivo City (Singapore’s largest mall), from where you could catch a cable car to Mt. Faber and Sentosa Island. It was a bit grey, but we still had great views over Singapore. On Saturday we went to Sentosa waterpark, which we’d clocked from the cable car the day before. Just the ...