Teh haising hotel is located in little india and is a very good choice if you want a resonably priced single room in singapore (something that is not easy in this city).
My room there was small but very functional and had everything that i want from a hotel room.
The reception staff was always very correct and service minded.
It's not the kinda hotel where you go to socialise with fellow travellers cause there are no common areas, but since it's located in little india where you have very good social life i found that this was no problem at all.
Free of Charge
A permit is required if you're planning to camp on a weekday. Weekday camping is also limited to designated areas at the parks.
Camping permit is not required if you are camping on weekends and public holidays.
Camping can be done at any of these parks:
Changi Beach Park
East Coast Park
Pasir Ris Park
West Coast Park
Only on the designated camping areas. Please refer to the web sites.
Barbecuing | In-Line Skating | Camping | Cycling & Others | Dining | Fitness | Foot Reflexology | Kite Flying | History Trails | Trekking
The Golden Landmark Hotel takes up a whole block.
The taxi pull up and entrance way is in Arab street, which is a very busy street, and you get caught up in traffic getting to your hotel. We ended up getting out of our taxi early, and walking to the Hotel, rather than sit in the traffic jam.
Our room here was o.k. Bed was hard. Being near the Mosque, you could hear the loud speaker, not good if you are a light sleep. Our room overlooked the pool and other high rise, this was quite nice.
Breakfast was buffet, sometimes very full when a tour group came in.
A bus stop for the hippo tour was next to the hotel, and the undergroun mrt, was a short walk, so it was in quite a good position.
what can be viewed from their website is exactly what can be expected.. maybe more coz it looks like more than a hostel to me..clean room and bathroom, unlimited free use of the internet, unlimited coffee and tea making, breakfast buffet included in the room price, and other facilities indoor and outdoor.
location is beautiful with its nice sorrounding.. joggers will surely love it here
Singapore Airport Hotel
We stayed in this hotel for approx 6 hours and really it’s just a crash pad and a place to unwind before a long haul flight.
Our room had no windows....but it did have a comfortable double bed and tea/coffee facilities which was needed. There is an average size bathroom with soap/shampoo and towels supplied.
The best thing about this hotel is it’s directly across the corridor to the swimming pool. We had a swim to relax and a drink at the pool bar which was really civilised.
I don’t think you can really fault this hotel for the purpose it serves. It provides a service to travellers who wish to have a shower or rest for a few hours. It is very cheap and one should not expect a five star hotel. It’s just a crash pad for weary travellers.
PROS: A true crash pad. fantastic for relaxing and free use of the swimming pool for a little exercise. Tea and coffee facilities, plus bathroom.
CONS: No windows..Non smoking hotel. One has to go to the swimming pool if you want a cigarette.
RECOMMENDATION: Yes...to sleep and to refresh.
Very good location, walking distance to the MRT Outram station & 2 other bus stops. A taxi is just a call away. It's near a 7-11 store, several bars, and small eateries, including the temporary chinatown hawker food center near the outram mrt staion (good food!)
Breakfast is ok, pretty basic but sufficient nonetheless, and common toiletries like soap and shampoo are available for guest's in the common bathroom.
They have a great view of the docking area and its quiet and peaceful at the hostel -- its not a party place alright, but its perfect for those who needs the much deserved REST after all those walking tours :)
The owner and staff were very warm and accommodating and they were very generous to allow us leave our stuff/luggage at the hostel after we've already checked out. (You see, check out time is at 12noon but our flight out to Manila is at 12:40am) That way we were able to spend our last day touring the city without lugging our stuff with us or worrying about it's security.
They even allowed us to take a shower when we came back around 10pm to get our stuff and they even provided us with fresh towels! The staff, Mika even called a taxi for us when we were about to leave for the airport.
That kind of service and accessibility beats any hotel or hostel if you'd ask me. Highly recommended!!
** we booked thru hostelbookers.com as the rates posted there was much cheaper :)
I had the impression that there is no shortage of good accommodation in Singapore available.
I would like to take this opportunity to warn you from staying at one of the resorts in Sentosa Island.
Sentosa Island is certainly worth a visit, but you don't need to stay there.
Just for the location you pay about 100 SGD / day.
The one day pass for visiting this island is just 3 SGD.
And there may be some sand beaches on this island - well there are, I was there - but just a stone through behind the beach is the open sea where hundreds of container ships are located.
The views from Sentosa Island to the Sea might not be what you expect.
Most of the Expats are living in Condos and the city doesn't stop building new ones. These condos are all coming with Security, Pool, Tenniscourts, Gym and other nice facilities. But it comes at a price. Rents doubled in the past 2 years and it still didn't reach the peak.... For a decent place you need to spend at least SGD 3000 a month.... or you just move further away from downtown.
A lot of nice facilites
I enjoyed this place. It is located a bit out of the downtown area but is much cheaper and has space. This is a very basic room with ensuite bathroom and shower. They also provided free wireless internet for me to use when I didnt feel like going out in the rain. But it also has covered sidewalks nearly all the way out to the bus station so you won't get too wet if you do.
Rest assured if and when I return to Singapore I will be staying here for part of my trip if it is more than just a weekend.
A lovely clean and friendly hotel.The pool facilities and restaurant are good as is the bar.I would recommend this place to anyone.I have stayed here over a dozen times
Close to center of town.Just off Orchard Road
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When I said match box life style , I really mean it. If you turn over on your bed you`ll fall out of the room. This hotel takes the word budget hotel to new heights. For the price ,its definitely not worth it. Its in a good location though. Its close to little India and Bugis. You don`t have a choice for breakfast , they just give you a tradition American Breakfast and thats it.
In this hotel , you could sit on the toilet , shower and shave all at the same time thats how small it is. There is a bus stop infront of the hotel and the MRT is close by. You got Bugis MRT and Little India MRT close to the hotel.
There is one Backpackers I know which is nice. I did not stay in this one but I had breakfast . It seem to be a relaxing place and the people are very nice.
It calls "Sleeping Sam's" and is in the Arab quarter close to the Sultan mosque in Bussorah. Next chube is Bugis, aprox. 5 min. walking.
Don't try to know anything about the hotel where we stayed at Singapore.
It was good, cheap, but was recently demolished to give place to an apartment complex.
walked by this nice lill hostel while being a traveller in my own backyard.its nicely nestled away from the crowd,but still pretty close to some interesting places to visit,namely,little india(10 mins walk),lavender mrt station(10 mins walk),a bus stop(right outside).
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