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This was the worst stay I have ever experienced. I have not seen hotels in the smallest of places I have visited like this. I would never recommend this place to anybody not even my enemy!! I did not pay in full to our travel...More
It was my second time to Singapore. I was traveling with lovely wife. After searching for a long time, I decide to choose this hotel. It's cheap hostel and has a great location. The bad news is there is a construction in front of hostel....More
We had a family room, one queen and one single bed. It was an old room with a television, small refrigerator ( not really working) and the smallest bathroom ever! You can shower while sitting on the toilet. Small, dirty but cheap. Don't look under...More
Single room is terrible . There is no room to keep the bag even . Rooms are not very clean . I was charged 90 sin dollar per single room . Never book this hotel online . You don't get any confirmation of what you...More
to all travel hunters, i would suggest never ever consider aspinals hotel (formerly claremont hotel), it was so disappointing upon entering the room. my gosh, i was barefoot when i notice that the floor was so dusty, i think they never vacuumed a long time,...More
With a strong local Indian community, this pocket of Singapore can feel like another place and time. Wander past traditional barbershops while local residents in brightly colored saris patronize retailers from decades past. Peruse streets lined with colorful shops as the aroma of curry tempts you to indulge. Listen to the Bollywood music echoing from storefronts and take in the stalls selling bright flowers, fabrics, and
spices. At the 24-hour, four-level Mustafa Shopping Center, you can shop through the night and find everything from pharmacy and grocery items to Bollywood DVDs and diamond necklaces. Singapore’s Little India offers a colorful, lively taste of the subcontinent and is well worth the visit.