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Singapore has everything for everyone. The Little Red Dot will never run out of places and experiences to explore, supported with systematic transportation that integrates MRT, bus, and vast sidewalks that allow you to roam easily.
As travel becomes one of the modern life necessities, Singapore, which has been a melting pot in Asia, becomes a top traveling destination.
Even though Singapore is ranked as one of the world's most expensive cities to live in, that doesn’t mean you have to break your bank to be able to enjoy traveling in this country. You can cut your accommodation expenses by staying in
There are plenty of accommodation options and you can even choose which style that suits your preferences for your
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For those of you who are not familiar, it might be quite confusing to see which area has many
First, let’s hop on the MRT and stop by Chinatown. Not only does it have many affordable places to sleep, but also perfect for hawker food hunting, from Hainanese Chicken Rice to Ba Chor Mee.
The second option is Little India. This area has many low-cost lodgings, surrounded by affordable vegan dining options as it is a Hindu-majority area. You can also find Mustafa Center, a 24 hour shopping center that sells anything from chocolates, souvenirs, toiletries, to gadgets with a small price tag.
Not far from Little India, there's a Kampong Glam neighborhood in Arab Street. The area is popular among youngsters. It can be easily identified by its insta-worthy murals and hipster joints, surrounded by some of the best cheap hotels in Singapore.
Now that you know some of the areas to look at, here are cheap hotels in Singapore that cost S$60 and under per night:
Location: 27 Mosque Street, Chinatown, Singapore, 059505
As the hostel is aptly named, it is indeed the perfect place for backpackers. Just a 5-minute walk from Chinatown MRT Station, the hostel is clean and relatively quiet compared to the hustle and bustle in the area. The minimalist rooms are comfortable, making you feel just like at home. Some of the available breakfast menus are boiled egg, cereal, bread, and fresh orange. For beverages, it offers coffee, juice, and milk. Food lovers will love this hotel because the area is surrounded by many Chinese food stalls. For you who’s planning to stay long in Singapore, Backpackers' Inn Chinatown is the right choice for you. The price for staying in a deluxe double room with 1 queen bed and shared bathroom costs S$42 per night.
Location: 77A & No.79A Geylang Road, Kallang, Singapore, 389197
Talking about cheap hotel recommendations, one cannot miss Coziee Lodge. Situated in the friendly Kallang neighborhood, it is famed as the cheap hotel in Singapore near concert venue. Yes, Coziee Lodge is just a stone-throw away from Singapore Indoor Stadium that held many concerts in the past such as Foo Fighters, Metallica, The XX, and K-pop groups like Girls’ Generation. The lodge has rooms with comfortable bunk beds as well as capsule pod, shared bathrooms, and kitchen where you can make your simple breakfast. With a strategic location and decent facilities, this CleanAccommodation-badged hotel only costs S$22 for a single bed in its co-ed dorm.
Location: 289 Beach Road, Kampong Glam, Bugis, Singapore, 199552
Starting from S$51 per night, this simple yet comfortable hotel is just 7-minute away from an MRT Station and it has a bus stop in front of the hotel. The POD has a CleanAccommodation badge with two types of pod: single pod and queen pod. For female travelers who are not comfortable sleeping in a mixed dorm, this hotel offers a women-only dorm. Start your day by sipping hot coffee and breakfast in a hotel, then you’re ready to explore Singapore.
Location: 12A Lorong 1 Geylang, Kallang, Singapore, 389120
Rated 9.0 out of 10 on Traveloka based on previous guest reviews, Spacepod@SG isn’t like any other. This spaceship-themed hostel is situated near MRT Kallang with easy access, near Singapore National Stadium. You can rest comfortably or enjoy surfing the web with 5G Wi-Fi inside a spacious air-conditioned pod. The shared bathroom is clean, provided with towels and slippers. For breakfast, you’ll get Asian-style breakfast to fill your stomach before you roam the city. As interesting as it sounds, it only costs around S$24.04 per night for a superior single pod in a mixed dorm.
Location: 64 Arab Street, Kampong Glam, Bugis, Singapore, 199761
Beary Best! is a well known hostel chain with affordable prices and we recommend you to stay at their Kampong Glam branch. Located strategically 0.6 miles from the famous Bugis Street, you can easily shop around or go for a 1.1 miles walk to the Singapore Art Museum to indulge in the arts. Feel safe to sleep here as the hostel has taken extra health and hygiene measures, hence it has the CleanAccommodation badge. Another plus point for Beary Best! is the terrace facility, where you can chill while overseeing the city from above.
One lower single capsule in a mixed dorm costs as low as S$29.11 per night.
The Clan Hotel is one of the more recent entries to this list. It is a contemporary luxury hotel that took its design cues from the clan organizations that are located in the Chinatown neighborhood. The hotel's front entrance is very hard to spot due to the commercial appearance of the building's facade.
Visit the sky pool and their sky gym just before sunset to take advantage of the breathtaking scenery as you get your workout in. In your rooms, you'll find both contemporary pleasures like smart TVs with Airplay and Chromecast capabilities, as well as traditional touches like teapot sets from China.
Since it is one of the most well-liked boutique hotels in Singapore, the Lloyd's Inn does not require any additional praise because its name is well-known among the locals. This 34-room boutique hotel is nestled just off Somerset and is picture-perfect thanks to its crisp monochromatic architecture and abundant landscaping.
It is also only a short walk away from the center of Orchard Road, where you will find a wide variety of options for dining, entertainment, and shopping. You can choose to spend your time on the garden deck, or the rooftop patio, or you can go for a swim in the pool if you are searching for a calmer place to stay.
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