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The best thing about this place is the location which is close to Bugis. We were able to walk everywhere that we visited while in Singapore. Rooms are very small and because our mattress was on the floor, there is nowhere to put your bags...More
Nothing special. The only reason i booked here because i thought there was TV in each room as described in the photo, but it's not true. The TV is not working, it's just accessories. There is only 1 toilet/shower in each floor. I would have...More
i was staying for 3 nights and it was terrible. my room in the corner, very small, and there was a fire extinguisher and pipe hanging on the window.
the room : very small! don't reserve this hostel if you plan to bring luggage. you...More
I have hesitated long to write this review as I always found Ronnie, the owner, very helpful. However I feel that prospective visitors need to know what to expect. Thinking back to our last stay in June, I still get nightmares. The room, if you...More
Staff (Alan) was very helpful. Had tickets at reduced rates for some attractions (gardens by the bay). Very good on directions & tips.
The hostel is very clean. Wifi is excellent.
Location is good too, close to subway & pretty central. Close to a lot...More
This traditionally Malay enclave of Singapore offers an alluring array of shops, cafes, and bars. A walk down Haji Lane offers quirky shopping, while one block over, Arab Street is a treasure trove of brightly coloured fabrics, clothing, and Turkish rugs. Stop for a leisurely coffee or cocktail and watch local kids play traditional games along the lane. Also home to the Malay Heritage Centre and one of Singapore’s most
prominent mosques (Sultan Mosque), Kampong Glam is a must-visit for a tantalizing taste of Malay life in this city.