2 Dickson Road, Singapore, 209494, Singapore | 1 star hotel
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Clad in Sarong! Blogged by Masturah

A travel blog entry by team4htm on Jul 30, 2014

4 photos

... enter it with modesty and respect, thus the need to cover the body parts. But we also saw other Malay boys entering the mosque with a normal shirt and long pants or 3/4 pants. The Muslim women both young and old on the other hand, wore long sleeve loose-fitting 'Jubah', and a 'tudung' wrapped around their head which also covers their neck. With further research, we realised that both Muslim men and women have different body parts they need to cover due to ...

Taking a trip down Chinatown!

A travel blog entry by 4jsmarttravels on Jul 28, 2014

14 photos

... worth your money! (Cheaper than a time machine)

*Images are captioned Chinatown Heritage Centre*

Before reaching our next destination, Sri Mariamman Temple, we came across a new place which had old coins. I guess it is a new attraction in Chinatown! It is called, 'Singapore Coins and Notes museum'. We continued on to our second destination and was pretty curious as to why there was a Hindu Temple in Chinatown. Very popular among the locals and the ...

Accessibility at Chinatown Heritage Centre

A travel blog entry by teamchange on Jul 24, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

When we traveled to Chinatown and other places, it was convenient because buses and trains were easy to access. There were many buses at the bus stop that goes to several places and we could get to our next destinations easily. The trains had many lines too that were easy to read and understand. We had problems like the fares and crowd. There were jams and congestion during peak hours, bus and train fares were costly too. At Chinatown, there were tour bus ...

Singapore Zoo day

A travel blog entry by kayleyandy14 on Jun 30, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... As we had a Chinese that would have been impossible to beat the night before we decided to go for a Indian curry. We got chicken tikka and naan and a vegetarian Biryani with two cokes and a water for SG$47 (22). It was delicious and fairly well priced considering the quality and the fact that we are in a zoo, which is basically a tourist trap.
To keep the crowds happy before the park opened a fire-eater was performing although not amazing, it was entertaining and ...


A travel blog entry by jaysurtees on Jun 02, 2014

15 photos

... fit everything in without it feeling rushed, and kept the bill at a bearable figure.

Apart from being a little chilly, the bus journey on the way down wasnt bad at all. We boarded the bus at 8, which made sure we were still a little sleepy for a snooze to pass the time!

The border breakdown:

- Get off the bus to be stamped out of Malaysia
- Return to the bus on the other side of border ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Little India, Bugis Village, Arab Street, and Little India Arcade.
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