Econ Inn

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

A travel blog entry by kiri1994


... Malaysians have ever heard of staying in your lame or indicating. In between all the craziness we had Lincoln throwing up, Rowan dad and I were all fingerprint tested at immigration and we almost died on the bus trip. Anyway we have some made it safely to our hotel (which is quite nice), we have eaten a rather nice lunch and are now just relaxing in the hotel :) lesson learnt- never rode in an unmarked taxi :D Legoland tomorrow! ...


A travel blog entry by shazlking


... some more fruit.

On thing that is becoming very popular over here for young men is the Korean Kim Jong Un hairstyle. It will be ...

Jimmy Fallon's Thank You Notes - Singapore Edition

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke


... intensive cuisine while being here: the PBJ Panini.

Thank you Singlish. Because although you are just a language, you are quite the riddle master. Jia means fake, jia means eat. Loh, la, le, hor; I can't win.

Thank you Dreary Apartment. Because your prison-like walls let me continue my full-time hobby of pretending to be Katniss Everdeen.

Thank you Roads of Singapore - For the impressive array ...

Overwhelming architecture, overeating & orangutans

A travel blog entry by waughs


... s boss at BT had been a resident here as an infant (or in his words – “You know that film where a young Christian Bale jumps about and waves at planes, that was me” and so we were curious to learn more. The civilians were moved to a different camp and Changi was reserved for military prisoners. It was a brutal place and served mainly as a holding pen for people sent to work on the “Death Railways” in Thailand and Burma. But troops ...


A travel blog entry by alexandmollie


... a month before home, didn't know Singapore released films first. So we killed a bit of time in the hostel then went to the mall where the cinema was. We wandered around the mall for a bit and went and got our tickets. Then had a while to wait so looked around a bit more then went and got ourselves popcorn. It was so much cheaper than home! So cinema and popcorn cost £6.50 in total. Madness! After the film which was amazing and I want to see it as soon as I get home as I ...

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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