Econ Inn

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

24

... above Raffles Place, which is 60 floors up in the sky, making for a good vantage point. Despite the hefty cost for drinks/entry, we had a great time in the company of rich businessmen and people splashing out on their holiday. We finished the evening back in Little India for a curry with the locals, again they were friendly enough to come over and speak to us just because we were from 'out of town'. We had a nice meal with two men, one of which was Sri Lankan and had just come ...

Tiong Bahru Markets

A travel blog entry by wilson.lim

9

Late start today. Sleeping of Wolfgang Puck steaks.

Took a cab to Tiong Bahru Markets. Nestled amongst the housing estates is this wet market which provides everything. Fresh fresh and fresh. Not very smelly but lots of interesting ...

Now is the moment

A travel blog entry by wanderlustive

... aren’t always within your comfort zone. Only once you’ve left the familiar can you begin to challenge yourself. They say that the strongest people are the ones who faced adversity head on and came out the other end. Only once you’ve been in a situation where you had to dig deep down and find a strength you didn’t know you had can you call yourself a stronger person. To be an explorer Why can’t you be the one who sets the trends, the one with ...

A lot of cheap and a bit of creep

A travel blog entry by el_sturge

13

... amazing... And there were other, unexplained, bizarre sights, like a grown man sucking a woman's nipple. What?? All outside, we were roasting by the end of it, and quickly guzzled down some water before re-entering the MRT where food and drink are prohibited. We stopped back at Waterfront to sort out where we caught the bud out the next day, and also scoped out a grocery store, and then carried on to the Marina Bay Sands hotel. It was a bit of a maze and was designed mainly for ...

On the road at last

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne

11
7

... to business in the surgery. Dale and Robyn were kind enough to host me for a couple of nights and get me to yet another airport to finally get on a plane heading towards Africa.I have to say Business Class on Singapore Airlines is pretty good and i got to Singapore for an eight hour stopover before my flight to Johannesburg. As always Singapore is amazing. I took the train into town and avoiding the tourist traps in Bugis Street headed for the ...

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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