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Bedbunkers Hostel #1

Kuta, Indonesia
74%

Good place to stay and a great price. Not in the best location but a $1 motorbike taxi fixes that. Have good motorbike rentals for $5 a day. Staff is good, dorms can get a little hot but all in all a good place to stay.


Khaosan Road Rainbow Hostel

Bangkok, Thailand
71%

Good place to stay if you're looking to be near the action, great value as well. Dorms definitely aren't anything special but they get the job done.


Budget Saigon Hostel

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
91%

Good hostel, especially for the price you pay. The location is right where you want to be in HCMC, near district 1 and walking distance to most museums and whatnot, staff are very friendly and willing to help out, beds come with personal fan an power outlet, lockers provided in rooms. For the price you won't find anything better.


57%

Good price at $4, however there are many hostels in the area with $5 rooms that are much better. Staff are kind and helpful, location is great, anywhere in the old quarter is a prime spot. Dorm room is below average but again, you're only paying $4, free breakfast is a baguette and eggs, other hostels in the area have eggs with toast and bacon or sausage included. Good option if last resort but there are many hostels nearby that are much better.


Born Free Hostel

Bangkok, Thailand
94%

My favourite hostel when staying in Bangkok. 200b a night gets you a clean room in a nice clean hostel. Close enough to Khao San that you can go there and back at night, far enough that you don't have to put up with all the noise. 24 security is a bonus. Travel Agency onsite as well.


Baan Smile Place

Koh Samui, Thailand
63%

Good hostel, about a 20 minute walk from Chaweang's main road, very clean and motorbikes available for rent, staff very courteous and bed's a good size. However, 300b is far too much for a bed.


Phuket Backpacker

Phuket, Thailand
91%

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Brado's inactive

Sydney, Australia
54%

An average/below average hostel, I understand why they charge $24 per night because it is Kings Cross, that being said the kitchen and common areas are much to small to accommodate so many guests, 2 burners and 100 guests fighting for dinner does not work out. Be first to get to the free breakfast because they toss out 2 loafs of bread, a carton of milk and some cereal and it's anyones game, but hey its free.