Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Between the city centre and airport, and with easy MRT connections to both, the East Coast is home to a growing number of hostels.
Escape the crowds at this island resort1000 Pulau Ubin Island
T: 6542 6681; F: 6542 6166
Unless you've packed a tent Celestial Resort is the only place to stay on Pulau Ubin island and, in a surprising twist, is actually better than it looks online. Standard rooms are spacious with ... Read the full review of Celestial Resort.S$80 to 150 1 vote Midrange
Affordable airport accommodationChangi Airport Terminal 1, 2 and 3
T: 6542 5538; F: 6542 5537
Catch some Z's without clearing immigration at this budget hotel within the secure area of Changi Airport. With comfy beds, a hot shower, TV and some instant coffee the rooms have everything a weary ... Read the full review of Ambassador Transit Hotel .S$ 30 to 80 1 vote Flashpacker
Efficient and great tours200 Joo Chiat Rd
T: 6247 7340;
Long-running Betel Box has been an equally long-running Travelfish.org favourite due to its eclectic location on Joo Chiat Road and old-school backpacker vibe. The owner, Tony, is a die-hard fan of ... Read the full review of Betel Box Hostel.
Cheap rooms with an MRT view6A Lor 27 Geylang
T: 9100 9123;
Super-cheap rates and a location almost overlooking the MRT are the selling points of Axis Hostel. Despite the grim exterior the hostel is pretty new with the usual Ikea furniture and a big TV in the ... Read the full review of Axis Hostel .
Easy airport access693A East Coast Rd
T: 6449 9066; F: 6449 9066
This no-frills hostel near East Coast beach is perfect for a short stay. It seems to cater to women as there are two cosy female dorms but just one mixed room. Dorms are reasonably clean and ... Read the full review of Fernloft at East Coast .
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