Econ Inn

18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by natandross


... shopping malls (to take some respite from the heat); interestingly you don't seem to find people on the streets, they are all underground taking advantage of the air-con, simply because you have too. Our walk was concluded by visiting Singapre's main business district, which lead down into the Marina Bay Area; it's very similar to Canary Wharf back home, only on steroids! In the heart of the Marina is the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, a building that has three towers of over 70 ...

A boy's birthday

A travel blog entry by teambargey


... up at the Skydeck (after staff heard a comment about his birthday). But this was worse, as we encouraged the other 50-odd people around us to join in the happy birthday singing, very much to Liam's immense embarassment!!

We tried a few restuarant options for dinner, and decided we couldn't really be bothered ffitting into the pre-show dinner timings. The in-room service looked okay, and it would also mean Liam could eat dinner in ...

Now is the moment

A travel blog entry by wanderlustive

... things from another angle, another way. Only going abroad will give you the distance you need to see your life from a renewed lens. Seeing another way of life is a great way to learn to appreciate your old one. Spending six months trying to communicate in another language will teach you to appreciate your own language and the capacity of those words. Because it’s not until you’ve begun missing home that you truly start appreciating it. For your soul ...

A lot of cheap and a bit of creep

A travel blog entry by el_sturge


... Fort Canning Park and over to the National Museum where we were able to look at the 'Living' Galleries for free. The galleries constituted a look at life in Singapore from various perspectives, including photography, film, fashion, nature and food. I really loved the food section as they described various traditional meals and cooking methods, as well as spices. It mostly looked at the Hawkers tradition in Singapore. Street meat! Exhausted from an early start and a long day, ...

On the road at last

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne


... dust covers in the hanger it was time to go! Just had to stop off at a FABULOUS party for Terry Allen in his new house on the river to celebrate some 70 years of an adventurous life and he committed to a few more adventures in his great speech. I for one am looking forward to some more long distance motorbike rides with him, on and off road.
Took the midnight horror flight to Melbourne, yes i know it is the opposite direction to Africa, and had ...


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