Backpackers Inn Chinatown

30A Mosque St, Chinatown, Singapore, 059508, Singapore
Backpackers Inn Chinatown
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Very Good
35%
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Average
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Poor
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6
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  • Couples40
  • Solo40
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Gum's a "no-no!" in Singapore; How about Breath Mints?

by mydreamquest

Is ok to bring breath mints into Singapore?

Re: Gum's a "no-no!" in Singapore; How about Breath Mints?

by Durfun

Yes, mints are fine.

The reason gum is not allowed is to prevent the littering & accumulation in streets, public areas, etc!

Re: Gum's a "no-no!" in Singapore; How about Breath Mints?

by nzbased

I thought gum was banned because the youth kept sticking it to the MRT doors to prevent them from closing?!

Re: Gum's a "no-no!" in Singapore; How about Breath Mints?

by carteki

People sticking GUM to MRT doors etc is a form of littering. Gum is allowed in Singapore - 2 or 3 packets (as long as its for individual use and not for resale)

Having travelled to a country where gum is ever present I really appreciate the Singapore ban. At least you know that some-one hasn't left a "package" under the table or something like that.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Oh No....;OP

by cokes

Durians is really something I must say. After our VT Meeting I went out with the fellow VT`ers of Singapore to get desert and what do we stop for , Yep Durians. I had Durian cake in KL and that was quiet nice so I was brave enough to try the Durian fruit. Alright I tried it but damm that fruit is nasty ;0P I have to agree with arni_ph705 ad zafilm its surely an aquired tasted...Its either you like or you don`t. Unfortunately for me I think I`ll pass next time I`m given the opportunity to have Durian Fruit.

Skytrain at Changi Airport

by snuggie

Need to travel from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 at the Changi Airport?No worry,just take the Sky Train and travel to and fro both Terminals free of charge.The entire journey took only around 80 seconds and operate from 0600 to 0130 daily (including Sundays & Public Holidays)

Christmas in the Tropics

by arianne_1504

What a sight! Kilometre after kilometre of Christmas lights strung up along Orchard Road, decorations on every corner - it was beautiful. You can take a Hippo Bus Christmas Light Up tour, which was a ride on the open air top deck of a double decker bus, with commentary.

Just fantastic to see how much effort went into this. I thought the Christmas decorations in Perth were pathetic before I saw this, now I just wonder why they bother putting them up at all!

Christmas in the Tropics runs from mid November to the end of December annually and there are all sorts of things happening to celebrate the season.

Thaipusam in Singapore

by imstress

Thaipusam is a dramatic festival. It celebrates the day that the Goddess Parvathi gave her son Murugan the invincible vel (lance) to vanquish the evil asuras (demons) Soorpadman, Singamugam and Tarakasuran as well as their army of soldiers.

Men pierced their bodies with spikes and metal hooks supporting heavy structures called kavadis decorated with peacock feathers and offerings.

In a trance, they processed the four kilometres from the Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple in Serangoon Road to the Sri Thandayuthapani Temple in Tank Road. Women and children carried pots of symbolic milk.

SAFRA

by imstress

SAFRA has 5 clubs. Mt Faber, Toa Payoh, Tampines, Yishun and Town Club.

The SAFRA Mt Faber just opened on 1 Nov. This is the within walking distance from my home and work place. You will probably find me at SAFRA Mt Faber after work!

SAFRA Mt Faber Gym has the usual treadmills, bicylecs, cross trainer, rower, various machines to tone up your body and weights session. They have jazzcuzi and steam bath for relaxation.

The swimming pool is a beauty. They have 3 section. An olympic pool, adult pool and kids pool. The pool is open to public for $3.15. Bring your own towel if you are not a gym member.

They have a bowling alley located at Level 2. The gym provides towels. You need to bring your sports attire and shoes.

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Address: 30A Mosque St, Chinatown, Singapore, 059508, Singapore