Econ Inn

18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, is near Singapore Botanic Gardens, National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, and Haw Par Villa.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcon Inn Singapore

Reviewed by joeljasmine

Among cheapest

Reviewed Jan 11, 2013
by (19 reviews) , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

It's a budget inn, with limited facilities and amenities.

Positives: Right in the center of Chinatown, which is just a short walk to the nearest MRT/bus/taxistands, 10mins walk to Clarke Quay area, Internet available, has one of the cheapest rate for a queen-size bed.

Negatives: Slightly old and dirty.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

TripAdvisor Reviews Econ Inn Singapore

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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Buddha Tooth Temple and window-shopping!

A travel blog entry by joeljasmine on Jan 13, 2013

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Chinatown -> Orchard Road

We spent our final day visiting the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum in Chinatown. The Temple is dedicated to the Maitreya Buddha. There was no entrance fee to go into the temple, but you need to cover shoulders and knees as sign of respect to the deities inside. Scarves were provided at the main entrance. …

Story of a Theme Park and a Chinatown

A travel blog entry by joeljasmine on Jan 12, 2013

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After the hustle and bustle of the city scene yesterday, we spent our entire second day visiting the famous theme park Universal Studios located in Sentosa — an island once a military fort but has since been developed into a resort.

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Kampung Glam

A travel blog entry by kampungparadise on Jul 31, 2014

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... Heritage Centre Is just located next to the sultan Mosque. Its is a museum based on malay singaporeans. It shows our history, culture and heritage. It also raised many events like malay cultural programes, workshop and charity events.

These 3 attractions are very popular in singapore and they have a very strong media coverage as there are always big media events that are located in Sultan mosque or Malay heritage Singapore.

Cultures of Singapore

A travel blog entry by loozhiwei on Jul 29, 2014

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... there was not the best compared to the hotel but the food over there was delicious which makes me like the local food more. After my dinner, head back to Arab street where I can find a bar to chill out with my fellow colleague together with the famous Shisha that they have in Arab Street.

Lastly, the places that I have went to was good, learning at different kinds of culture that Singaporean have which allow me to know more about Singaporeans and I believe that ...

'Little India' day.

A travel blog entry by mcnamaras on Jun 22, 2014

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... driver said it's packed on every Sunday. We followed the guide as per the book but the place was crowded that it made sight seeing almost impossible. Think 'Show bag pavilion at Easter Show' and you're getting close!

We decided to head up to check out the Mustafa Centre which seems to be Little India's 'go to' Mall. We purchased a new card for the camera but it was difficult to take in much else as ...