1. Adler Hostel and Coffee – From SGD62
Image credits: Adler Hostel and Coffee Bar
Nearest MRT Station: Chinatown
Adler Hostel and Coffee Bar boasts of affordable hostel living area equipped with luxurious bathrooms (a rare find in hostels)! This place offers travellers with a comfortable living and communal space with free Wi-Fi! Adler Hostel is centrally located and within minutes of walking, you will find yourself at Chinatown soaking in the bustling streets!
2. The Great Madras – from SGD103
Picture credits: The Great Madras
Nearest MRT Station: Rochor
The Great Madras provides both hotel and hostel experience all in one building! You can even opt for an all-women hostel stay for as low as SGD103 per night! The Great Madras has many photo opportunity spots to fill up your Instagram feed. You can chill at the pool after a long day of shopping!
3. COO Boutique Hostel – from SGD45
Image credits: Stay Coo
Nearest MRT Station: Outram Park
If you’re looking to meet like-minded travelers or to socialise, COO hostel is designed for this! COO is the first ‘sociatel’ in Singapore. You can sit by their bistro bar or have a few rounds of dart games with newly made friends! Bonus: Free bicycle rental! Prices start from SGD45 per night.
4. Hotel Mono – from SGD112
Picture credits: Hotel Mono
Nearest MRT Station: Chinatown
Hotel Mono is an Instagram-worthy boutique hotel located within Chinatown which provides chic and comfortable place. Basic room pricing starts as low as SGD112. Hotel Mono is perfect for travellers who enjoy great convenience and wish to stay in comfort.
5. The Sultan Hotel – from SGD118
Image credits: Agoda
Nearest MRT Station: Bugis
Be awed by the beautiful façade of The Sultan which is conveniently located near Bugis! Every spot within the hotel room is an instagrammable spot! Wake up to a hearty breakfast at their restaurant or seat by their jazz bar and unwind for the day. Prices start from SGD118 per night.
6. Hotel G – from SGD128
Picture credits: Hotel G
Nearest MRT Station: Dhoby Ghaut MRT
Hotel G is located within the vicinities of Bugis area where night life, street food and hipster cafes are all found in one place! After spending a day shopping and sight-seeing, wind down in this comfortable abode starting from SGD128.
How to get around Singapore?
The most convenient and flexible way to get around Singapore is with the Singapore Tourist Pass available in 1-day ($10), 2-day ($16) and 3-day ($20) passes; $10 refundable deposit is required. These passes offer unlimited public transport rides* that gives you a peace of mind as you get around!
Things to note:
- A 1-day coverage of the STP begins from your 1st usage till 11:59pm of the day.
- Usage of 2-day or 3-day card must be on consecutive days.
- Unlimited travel is only applicable for public bus and train services. The pass excludes rides on premium services such as Sentosa Express, RWS8, Fast Forward, Night Rider and Nite Owl buses.
- Prices apply to adult and child above 0.9m in height.
Singapore Tourist Pass is available island-wide at various TransitLink Ticket Offices of the MRT Stations.
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Article by: Jacquelyn Pang
All information are accurate as of 30 Oct 2019