Top 5 Places to Stay in Singapore

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Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire South-East Asia. It is being flocked by tourist from all over the world throughout the year and is one of the fastest growing economies among the Asian countries

Places to Stay

Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire South-East Asia. It is being flocked by tourist from all over the world throughout the year and is one of the fastest growing economies among the Asian countries. This beautiful island country has become a young developed nation. If city scape, wildlife, nature, and tasting exotic foods are your preferences for a vacation, you must visit this country. There are some affordable as well as expensive accommodation tourists can avail depending on their budget.

Singapore offers you a wide range of options when it comes to hotel stay, but be ready to shell out significant amounts because it is labeled as one of the costliest city in the world as per the latest survey. In case you are looking for a budget hotel under $110, then you should be ready to stay in cramp rooms as most of these hotels have been rebuilt by renovating old heritage structure. To visit, you should not worry about the visa issues, as you will get Singapore visa online easily and without much paperwork.

Further, you should note that in addition to the room tariff, there is an extra compulsory government tax of 10% and another 7% are being charged as service tax as per the prevailing tax rules of the nation. We have listed below the names of the top 5 hotels which can make your Singapore visit a memorable experience.

NaumiLiora Hotel on KeongSaik Road :

The hotel is centrally located at 55 KeongSaik Road and is made up of gorgeous pastel shades which literally cover more than fifty percent of the street. It was being built about a year ago on the houses that existed on the 10 Chinatown. You can get rooms starting in the upwards of $116 for two people, plus extra charges for morning breakfast. The narrowly built hotel has about 79 rooms and also has an in-house Gym facility. You can enjoy delicious British cuisine prepared by English origin famous chef Mr. Jason Atherton at the hotel’s restaurant named “The study’. You will find that most of the budget rooms are located at the top-most floor and they are also well decorated. The outer decoration of the hotel is not much done in order to preserve the heritage status of the ancient building.

Wanderlust Hotel on Dickson Road :

The hotel is located on the Dickson Road and is one of the most ancient buildings of Little India. Its history dates back to 1920’s when it was first started as school and later it became the head offices of the Chinese Clan Association. The building then remained vacant for some time, then was slowly turned into a full-fledged hotel. It has a fine restaurant, which offer mouth-watering French food and a modern coffee shop, which is immensely popular among the local citizens.

The hotel is an ideal choice for budget travelers as you can get room starting from $100 per night for two persons including refreshing morning breakfast.

Pod Hotel on Beach Road :

The newly built hotel was started in the second half of 2013 and is located conveniently on 289 Beach Road. The hotel is a three-storey building, but you should be ready to compromise your privacy to some extent as it has only curtains to separate you from other boarders. However, the pods are designed intelligently to make you feel comfortable.You will get a folding style-writing table and a locked underneath the bed in order to keep your costly belongings in a safe custody.

The dorms are divided into a number of categories such as some are reserved for couples while some are reserved for females only. In the night, you can bring down the opaque blinds, which will separate you from others, and each dorm has dedicated corner spaces for facilitating changing of clothes.

Klapsons on Chiang Road :

The hotel is located at 15 Hoe Chiang Road that is the poplar central business district of Singapore. it is one of the hotels, which is highly sought after because of its excellent hospitality and locality. You will be charged in upwards of $120 for a double bed room excluding the breakfast charges. It is better to book the hotel well in advance because it has only 17 magnificently built rooms. You can also enjoy the Fabrica bar located on the terrace as well as delicious Mediterranean dishes at the famous in-house Rhino restaurant.

Moon Hotel on Famous Dickson Road :

Moon hotel is located on 23 Dickson Road, which is exactly in the midway of the temples on the Little India and the famous shopping mall on the Bugis Street. The hotel has undergone massive renovation owing to ownership changes that had taken place recently. When you enter the hotel for the first time, you will have a feeling of moving into the era of 1970’s as the interior decoration and furniture’s are being kept of that period only.

In the lobby, you will find three giant television screens where you can enjoy the latest sports tournament, news and local events simultaneously. The standard rooms are not very large, but spacious enough to make your stay an enjoyable experience. The double occupancy rooms are starting with as low as $95 per night, which include complimentary breakfast. You can reach the hotel authorities on their official website or by dialing from your mobile phones.

It is recommended that you must do proper market research before selecting the hotel as per your comfort and budget. It is recommended that you should book your hotel rooms well in advance because it might be sold out on the desired dates. In case you are paying a first visit to the city, then you can check out for Singapore Tour Packages from Dubai agents for the different packages offered by them as per your stay duration and budgets.


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Sagar is a foodie by heart who also loves to explore places on his own.
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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
3rd Jul 2016 (#)

Would rather live around Sun Tech City and near Marina Bay which is more accessible to the city Centre and Orchard Road. It has the Hotels out there which have the ambience as well as the name. Food is great as well.
Lived in Singapore for two years near the East Coast Parade just off Nicholl Highway.
Raffles Group would be it.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
3rd Jul 2016 (#)

Never would stay near Geylang (Red Light) or Little India (Mustafa). Bugis (great for shopping) okay but not the cleanest. And Little India not a chance. Great food there but not hygiene.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
3rd Jul 2016 (#)

Other side of Bugis is China Town. I used to go to the Ministry of Manpower to meet my child's father out there and bring him lunch. Used to walk down to China Town after that.

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