Econ Inn

18 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore | Hotel
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Crazy day!!

A travel blog entry by kiri1994

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We left our Little India hotel at 11 and headed for the immigration checkpoint between Singapore and Johor Baru. We got through immigration fine- the fun all started on the other side! We spent ages walking up and down trying to find a taxi to get us to our hotel to no avail- we were told that we had to get on the bus. So we got on a random bus headed to we-had-no-idea-where and ended up in a random shopping centre that thankfully ...

RAVISHING RAFFLES!

A travel blog entry by shazlking

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... to visit the restrooms, I found they were housed in the East India rooms and were very appropriately named. Very much of the East India ...

Jimmy Fallon's Thank You Notes - Singapore Edition

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke

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... pesky taste buds anyway?? You taught me it is really okay for a grown woman to cry her eyes out at the dinner table.

And, a special tribute to rice. Rice, thank you, for always being there. I mean ALWAYS. It seemed like there literally wasn't a single meal in Asia where you weren't supporting me on my plate.

Thank you Eastern hemisphere. For every time I opened a restroom door - I was trained to expect ...

Overwhelming architecture, overeating & orangutans

A travel blog entry by waughs

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... The next night saw us dine with a friend at a rather nice club. Amazing roast beef and great chat from home made for a very civilised evening.

The next night was something entirely different; a night zoo. Singapore Zoo is very highly rated. But we heard that it also had a night time zoo, full of nocturnal animals. After a rather circuitous public transport trip out there, we found ourselves touring all sorts of enclosures for random animals, some of which ...

Singapore

A travel blog entry by alexandmollie

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... big double bed with an amazing duvet and pillows! I decided to have a nap for 45 minutes whilst mollie played around on the computer. We then got ready and decided to go and get some food and go to the botanical gardens. We decoded to get lunch in a hawkers centre which is where there are mass food stalls but they are cheap. We found a curry stand which was cheap and got an amazing curry. I had chicken tikka masala and mollie had butter chicken both with naan. As we were sat eating ...

Location

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