I stayed at this hostel for two nights. It is probably one of Singapore’s least expensive accommodations options (i.e., approximately $18 USD/night). The hostel is located in an apartment building in a suburban area of the city, fairly close to a subway stop and various bus lines. A small mall with inexpensive, casual eating establishments (some offered seating; others offered take-out) and convenience stores was located steps away from the hostel. Despite the management’s explicit directions, I had difficulty finding the hostel, and late on the night of my arrival, found myself knocking on a neighbor’s door to ask where the hostel was located. The hostel’s kitchen and baths were shiny and new, and the hostel was spotlessly clean. A washer and dryer were available for guests’ use. Breakfast was adequate (e.g., cereal, fruit, nutrition bars, coffee, tea, and juice), and guests could use the kitchen and access food at any time. The owner/manager was friendly and eager to assist travelers with planning their stays. My dissatisfaction with the hostel was due to the crowded conditions. I stayed in a 6-bed dorm room, which was extremely cramped. There were two to three other dorm rooms in the hostel, each of which appeared to have four to six beds. The other issue was that there were only two single bathrooms to accommodate everyone. The common seating area, which offered computers for guest use, was also quite small. Overall, this hostel has some positive qualities, but in my opinion, warrants a less than average rating due to the overcrowded quarters.
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