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This is clean, budget lodging in an expensive (for the region) city. Despite being in the red-light district, the hotel and the area are safe. The pluses are: 1) walking distance to MRT; 2) everything in neighborhood open 24 hours; 3) when arriving late or...More
I know that a lot of people just like to complain in these reviews but I felt I had to warn people about this hotel. It is fine but don't expect much sleep. To put it bluntly, this place is a brothel. The girls wait...More
The Hotel 81 chain has a dubious reputation and most people know why. I have stayed in this particular Hotel 81 a number of times in transit inbetween flights. Although it always seems I'm one of the few "real" guests there I find the rooms...More
US$ 40 - US$ 71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Only a short journey from Singapore’s sparkling and polished city centre, Geylang is a world away. Here in one of the least touristy areas of Singapore, visitors are privy to an unfiltered glimpse of Singapore life. On Sunday afternoons, migrant workers gather in Geylang to let off steam after a tough week. At the eastern end of Geylang Road, families and friends happily enjoy picnics. By contrast, at the western
end, a more colourful side of Singapore can be seen, as street workers mingle with Sunday revelers in outdoor coffee shops. Take a friend, grab a beer and a local meal (frog porridge, perhaps?), and settle in to enjoy the show.