Golden Orientus Resort

1021 Mornington Crescent, Singapore, 798659, Singapore
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Forum Posts

Budget accomodation

by misslisa

Hi everyone!

My boyfriend and I just booked a flight to Singapore and we didn't realize how expensive accomodation is there. Does anyone know of a really cheap hotel with a room for 2? I'm talking less than s50. Do they even exist?!

Thanks so much!!

Re: Budget accomodation

by chrisbilal

That will be tough - that's usually around the price per person at a hostel there.

Re: Budget accomodation

by pangaeatours

Look at the Hotel 81 or Fragrance Hotel chains. Basically the cheapest hotels you can find. No frills but usually clean rooms and not always in the best locations but easy to get to the MRT. Many hostels but with 2 people it may be better to get the hotel. I stay at Hotel 81 when i can not get a better hotel. I have stayed in quit a few. So far i like the one in the Bugis area. Many restaurants and malls near by and not far from the MRT.

Re: Budget accomodation

by walterwu

You might want to try this "inn".

Room rate is for superior twin is S$55.

Re: Budget accomodation

by barbie_sunrise

s50 do exist but that will be for a hostel room (dorm type or maybe room for 2). Dont expect much like a tv and own bathroom inside your room tho you still have free breakfast (toasted bread butter and jam and coffee)

Re: Budget accomodation

by Mozumbus

I guess you need to look at hostels as suggested above, which is perfectly fine imo, unless you need hi-end facilities...

Have a look at also...

Re: Budget accomodation

by appleseed81

S50 for a room is unlikely. S50 for a pax, check this out

Re: Budget accomodation

by Mozumbus

to me, alana24 makes a lot of sense..

Re: Budget accomodation

by buffybird

I stayed at the Rucksack Inn, we had a private room but shared bathrooms, the place was very clean and staff wonderful, you get over the shock of the basin being in the lounge/lobby after a few hours and the atmosphere was fantastic. It is excellently located just two blocks from marina/boat quay. There is two flights of stairs to go up and the outside doesn't look to flash but you will be surprised when you get to lobby. It was AUD25 pp/n and i would definately stay there again just for staff, location, cleanliness and atmosphere... (oh and the aircon)

Cheers Heather

Travel Tips for Singapore

On Cigarettes in Singapore

by msdiane_ph

Tobacco products are allowed entry, subject to certain conditions:

Travellers can bring in cigarettes that do not have the “Singapore Duty Not Paid” marking or the prefix ‘E’ printed on the packet. However they must declare the cigarettes and proceed to pay duty and GST accordingly. More information can be found at the Singapore Customs website at

Generally, there are 4 types of dutiable goods in Singapore as follows.
Intoxicating liquors, including spirits, wine, beer, ale and stout;
Tobacco, including cigarettes and cigars;
Motor spirit; and
Motor cars and motorcycles/motor scooters
Please approach ICA officer at the Red Channel for payment of duty and GST if you have dutiable goods which exceed the GST relief or duty-free concession. It is an offence to proceed to the Green Channel for clearance if you have items that are subject to payment of duty/GST.

Cigarettes (1 gm or less)
Customs Duty: Nil
Excise Duty: 35.2 cents for every gram or part thereof of each stick of cigarette 4 months ago

Source(s): Never been there .. I just surf at the net about the general tips that anyone show know.

Revolutionizing air travel

by trisanna

The discount airlines have revolutionized travel in Singapore. If you are here in Singapore -you could affordably add a weekend to Bangkok, Phuket or Hong Kong-especially if you book in advance.

Valuair-fly to Jakarta, Perth, Hong Kong, Bangkok (a high end discount carrier)

Jet Star Asia-owned by Qantas. Flies to Manila, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei

Tiger Airways-owned by Singapore Airlines. They have lots of promotions and cheap deals. They fly to Phuket, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Manila, Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi.

Air Asia-they fly to phuket and bangkok from Singapore. The majority of their flights are from Senai(Johur Baru) and Kuala Lumpur.

Orient Thai-not really a discount, but more affordable flights compared to the big carriers to Bangkok. Plus they are the only semi discount that flies 747s.

Chinese Funeral

by phil_uk_net

A Chinese funeral cortege. When I saw this procession coming towards me I didn't realise what it was until it had almost passed by. The mourners at the front are pulling the decorated carriage along with ropes. Behind this, pall bearers are carrying the coffin. Behind them are more mourners, I suspect close relatives as some were dressed in brown sack material to cover their heads and were more emotional than the other mourners.


by snuggie

Majority of Singaporeans live in flats and hence you are able to see tall blocks of flats in all kinds of colours around Singapore. If you have the extra time to spare,do look carefully at these flats, they are all different.

Light and Comfortable

by rhaps0dies

It's mostly sunny all year round. Ideally pack clothes that are light and comfortable, i.e. shorts, t-shirts, loafers/slippers.
Certain dining outlets and clubs (especially those at hotels) have dress codes, so do bring along something semi-formal, such as long pants and covered shoes for men. Ladies seldom have a hard time getting in to such places. For the men, some of these venues that require a certain dress code may turn you away even though you're tourists, so just be mindful.


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