Econ Inn

18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Singapore

Day 3 - Sentosa Island

A travel blog entry by gab4ever


... too. I decided that I wanted to do the Zip Line... That went really fast and took like forever, really money well spend. After that I walked around even more, ate and waiting for the Sands of the Sea show to start. I thought it would be something like Aquanura (eventhough I haven't seen that one yet), but it was much different. There was this boy singing, he woke up the fire master, then there was a lot of fire being ...

The Grass is Greener on the Inside

A travel blog entry by lanef11


Singapore so far is a success! I would also like to consider this as the beginning of Lane becoming a red head again. I got a little sun and forgot how wonderful vitamin D feels!! I feel like today should be dedicated to my parents. Everything we did were things you would have loved. We started off going to this delicious local rice roll restaurant where we ate breakfast and had one of the best cups of coffee I have ever had. ...

Raffles ruffles and lights

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin


... sticky soy type sauce. It was delicious, and surprisingly inexpensive five pounds each for a very splendid lunch at the back of a very salubrious establishment indeed.

Now we are ready to tackle anything so we head toward Bugis Street. We get there through a few nice modern malls and then we find the real deal. It is very hard to describe Bugis street. It is a massive indoor market where the aisles have street names. It has at ...

Magical Wonderland, heat rash and swollen feet!

A travel blog entry by hazel123


Day 2: After not getting much sleep on Monday night, I wondered how I would cope with today. The day started with bacon baguettes in the condo. Not very authentic for asian cuisine i realise! Before we headed out to explore the city by MRT (Singapore's clean and very efficient version of the underground). First stop, the Botanic Gardens. A beautiful and well maintained open park, with lots of lovely areas, plants, shrubs, trees, orchids, lakes with lily pads, terrapins and ...

Yes, we have arrived!

A travel blog entry by david-victoria


... China Town to see the preparations for the festivities to celebrate the Year of the Horse; we discovered that both of us were born in the year of the Horse and as such have qualities of being cheerful and careful with money - something we will certainly need to remember for the next 3 months!

We had a walk around the Botanic Gardens and were surprised/scared* to see two Monitor lizards the largest of which was about ...


This hotel, located on 18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, is near National Orchid Garden, Orchard Road, Haw Par Villa, and Singapore Turf Club.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair