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Stayed over for a night. The inn was full then, as it was a Friday night but I was lucky enough to get the last vacant bed.
When I first entered, I was shocked to see the space. Dozens of bunk beds filled the entire...More
I stayed here for Aug. 1-3 2016. What I like most is the free use of water dispenser, refrigerator, hair blower, kitchen utensils etc. It's like a college dormitory.
The wifi is very good. The people here are accommodating. There is an adjacent restaurant that...More
Singapore is expensive on a backpackers budget and we were pleasantly surprised by the backpackers inn, just outside the main china town (by one street). Rooms were very basic but just what you would need to sleep, the place had a kitchen with fridge and...More
The private room that is shown online is not private at all! You can hear the people next room talking and the loud bangs of the door can wake you up! It has an AC, the bed is okay but NO WINDOW! and the karaoke...More
It was my first hostel ever and my first visit to Singapore. I paid US$80 for 3D2N+the return tickets!!!! Isn't that wow? N I was surprised to see bunkbeds! Each bed is covered by a simple curtain, no privacy, but you can put your belongings...More
$14 - $72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Chinatown is a classic combination of colorful sights, enticing smells, and sometimes startling sounds. The precinct is unique, however, in its blending of religions and cultures. A Hindu temple, an Islamic mosque, and a Chinese Buddhist temple sit almost side by side. This sense of cultural harmony continues as you venture just outside of Chinatown to the nightlife areas of Club Street and Duxton Hill. There you’ll
mingle with Singapore’s multicultural residents at the modern bars and restaurants dotting the bustling streets. An afternoon in and around Chinatown will leave you culturally enlightened, well fed, and loaded with souvenirs. In the evening, reward yourself with a well-deserved cocktail as the locals come out to play.