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Royal Hostel Singapore

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1km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

** Special Promo Rates Available for Weekdays!! **
Opened in 2013 | Prime location in Chinatown | Free breakfast, WiFi| 3-min walk to MRT... More...

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Ark Hostel

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3.5km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free WiFi

At Ark Hostel, we are passionate to bring you the comforts of an affordable fuss-free stay.... More...

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Pillow.Talk Backpackers Hostel

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2.7km from city centre - Show on Map
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A hostel by avid backpackers, we seek to touch and inspire fellow backpackers, in our own ways, when our paths crossed.... More...

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We have 63 hostels in Singapore with an average rating of 7.6 based on 33,519 reviews

About Singapore

The island city-state of Singapore is the perfect jumping-off point for backpackers looking to explore Southeast Asia, not to mention a stunning destination in its own right.
We’ve got cheap hostels with private rooms within easy reach of the best attractions and just a stone’s throw from the city centre.

If Singapore is the starting point of a longer trip around Asia, then hostels are the perfect place to meet some potential travel buddies. Get involved with movie nights,
bar crawls and other hostel organised events, or just hang out in the common room and start a conversation with someone.

One of the best places to find budget accommodation in the city is Little India, including nearby Lavender and Arab Street.
If you’re looking for slightly more chic and boutique hostels, then you’ll want to search for properties in Chinatown and Boat Quay,
areas packed with bars and restaurants.

When it comes to entertainment in Singapore, there is one thing that unites people from all over the world, food! The city is well-known for its food courts,
also referred to as Hawker centres, which offer up cheap and delicious food from all over Asia. Go along with a few friends from your hostel
and sit down to eat with the locals at one of the shared plastic tables for the full experience.

Eating is one of the best things to do in Singapore, but don’t forget that many hostels offer a free breakfast. In Singapore, that could mean kaya toast,
boiled eggs and strong coffee, or a more straightforward selection of cereals and fresh fruit. Either way, it’s one less meal to pay for.

Another unique aspect of Singapore is that there is so much greenery woven into the fabric of the city. It’s well worth a visit to the Botanic Gardens,
Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Zoo. Despite how clean and efficient everything is, Singapore has a very clear connection to nature.

For any shopaholics, head down to Orchard Road, home to 22 shopping malls and six large department stores with more than 5,000 brands to choose from.
Hostels are not only an amazing social experience, they’re the perfect way to cut back on accommodation costs throughout your trip.

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