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Good points: Refurbished rooms are quite acceptable with brand new air conditioners (which I'm very happy with), showers are clean, brand new toilet bowl (WC) and basin. The floor tiles installation were not so good, cement screed not properly done to provide gradient, causing slight...More
Stayed on 4th level floor for $130 singapore dollar and got a wretched small cell. There was no hot water, and the walls thin enough to hear noises coming from the corridors. We booked in late around 9pm and were a little desparate and the...More
My friend and I were booked into a twin room hostel down the road, but their aircon was down so they told us they'd put us up for free in a hotel for the night. Had this not been a free, but booked online, I...More
I booked this hotel for one night because of its price and location near bugis. I late check inn and early check out next day. Rooms are basic with many things that need some maintenance. At least aircon and hot water were running, tv with...More
US$ 39 - US$ 93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.