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Its a nice hotel but the location is not suitable for family with young children. Its famous with a red district area so its kinda not comfortable to walk around specially at night. But overall is a good hotel
We are very disappointed. The room looked old and the smell of cigarette is everywhere. I can't even bear to brush my teeth in the bathroom with the way it looks. I was not able to sleep the whole night thinking of how dirty the...More
I am actually writing this review from said room, unable to sleep through mortal fear of catching botulism from the bed linen.
This place is truly a cess pit. The lobby/reception is pleasant enough but each and every room feels like an economy room at...More
We are so so disaapointed, the room is dirty, smells bad, the bedsheet, blackets, and pillow cover are not good... there are BED BUGS so you cannot sleep well... Please dont stay in this hotel its very disaapointing!!
I would ask you for the sake of 30-50 USD/40-60 EUR/35-65AUD/20-30GBP to stay somewhere else.
I was asked to email the establishment to confirm at least 24 hours before arrival in Singapore that I was still taking a room. I got a reply from the...More
Only a short journey from Singapore’s sparkling and polished city centre, Geylang is a world away. Here in one of the least touristy areas of Singapore, visitors are privy to an unfiltered glimpse of Singapore life. On Sunday afternoons, migrant workers gather in Geylang to let off steam after a tough week. At the eastern end of Geylang Road, families and friends happily enjoy picnics. By contrast, at the western
end, a more colourful side of Singapore can be seen, as street workers mingle with Sunday revelers in outdoor coffee shops. Take a friend, grab a beer and a local meal (frog porridge, perhaps?), and settle in to enjoy the show.