Dragon Court Hotel

Address: 18 Mosque Street, Singapore, 059498, Singapore | Hotel
 
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Location

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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    Travel Blogs from Singapore

    Another hot day

    A travel blog entry by sara.charles on Jul 08, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... Condos have balconies (and pools) Washing out on poles Singapore flags hung from balconies in advance of National Day (7 August) 9on the public housing blocks) Schools, and lots of apartments, are up on columns to create shaded void space underneath for play - and to encourage breeze I think. Also - some had open sided but covered roof terraces - again for shade Elderly people (Pioneers) can swipe their id card at traffic light signals and ...

    Arslanbob

    A travel blog entry by patrickinasia on Jul 01, 2015

    1 photo

    ... to Jalal Abad, which in fact is barely a road but the only east-west connection south of Bishkek, was nevertheless spectacular. The road leads over a high mountain pass, at least as long as the chinese don't finish their oversized Jalal Abad - Kazarman highway in return for mining licenses. Jalal Abad is Uzbek dominated which does not come without troubles. It is in this Area (Osh/ Jalal Abad) that the 2010 riots took place. The ...

    More Money Troubles

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on May 04, 2015

    3 photos

    ... some drivers don't like leaving the lucrative City area and will find any excuse not to go there. She was a very nice lady, but not a very good driver, spend the whole 30 min journey correcting her steering direction. The Zoo is set in a huge lake, and the grounds are split up into continents and animal types. Nearly all of the enclosures are naturally planted with the habitat of the occupants. At all stages there are educational posters showing the habitat of the animals and ...

    Sleep like Angels

    A travel blog entry by bwendorff on May 04, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... spending money there were free tram and buses to take you anywhere you desired (despite how small and close everything was). In this heat, of course we had to stop and get ice cream. Then Fred and I headed to the Southern East Asia (S.E.A) aquarium. The aquarium started with a cultural look at the different areas the fish came from. Then it lead into the normal aquarium part with tanks full of colorful fish. There was one room with a huge tank ...

    One last look

    A travel blog entry by alphadog on Mar 13, 2015

    24 photos

    Today was our last day in Singapore but the plane didn't leave until 8pm and there were still things we had to tick off our list so we were out and about early. We caught the MRT to the Bayfront station and headed towards the Gardens.  We had to cross the river and I had been wanting to cross the Helix Bridge which was on the way.  This is a really cleverly designed footbridge based on the structure of DNA molecules.  Typical of Singapore, you don't just build a ...