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Hotels for Backpackers in Singapore, Singapore 

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    Betel Box Hostel

    Betel Box Hostel

    5 reviews

    This hostel has an amazingly helpful staff who gave us really good recommendations on what to see and eat. Tony sat down with us and planned our itinerary step by step. It is a bit far from the center but cheap public buses run from this area to the entire city. It is surrounded by really great Chinese restaurants. Also ...

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    Bunc @ Radius

    Bunc @ Radius

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    2 reviews

    A sleek, stylish, and clean hostel located perfectly on the edge of Little India. Big lobby, free Wi-Fi, and free breakfast. Helpful, friendly staff. I stayed here for about 8 days and enjoyed the very central location and good community space for chilling out of working on my laptop. They've got a kitchen and hot/cold water dispenser as well.

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    A Beary Good Hostel

    A Beary Good Hostel

    3 reviews

    The Beary Good Hostel is a nice little hostel with a fantastic location. The Chinatown MRT is right at its doorstep. The hostel has a cute theme with bears littered all around the place. Rates are relatively cheap given its really convenient location. Toilets are shared but kept very clean and look very new. Breakfast is also included in the ...

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    Shophouse The Social Hostel

    Shophouse The Social Hostel

    2 reviews

    A nice restored property on Arab Street in Kampong Glam, the Shophouse is a nice and good-value place to stay. Free Wi-Fi and simple breakfast included. Friendly and helpful staff. Nice view from the rooftop terrace.

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    Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay

    Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay

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    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    While neither the Novotel nor Clarke Quay would have been my first choice for a stay in Singapore, my cousin's corporate rate was just too good to pass up. And we were happily surprised at how wonderfully everything worked out! The hotel itself is pretty nondescript as chains often are, but our room was spacious, quiet, and had entirely modern ...

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    Sleepy Kiwi

    Sleepy Kiwi

    2 reviews

    A typical backpacker hostel with some of the cheapest beds located on a busy toursit street in Kampong Glam. Large dorm rooms without air-con. Private rooms also available. Free breakfast included.

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    Lofi Inn

    Lofi Inn

    2 reviews

    If you want to stay in the Little India area but are worried about grungy hostels then the Lofi Inn is the perfect choice – it’s brand new! The dorms are a bargain too at around $20 a night for a bed in an air-conditioned room with new mattresses, lockers to keep your stuff safe, and even art on the ...

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    The Green Kiwi Backpacker Hostel

    The Green Kiwi Backpacker Hostel

    3 reviews

    Fun and friendly are the words that come to mind to describe the Green Kiwi. The hostel is quite new so everything’s in great condition and really clean – especially the bathrooms. The dorms are air-conditioned so stay nice and cool. Instead of a lounge there’s a rooftop garden which is perfect for chatting with other travelers. Hanging out on ...

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    Wink Hostel

    Wink Hostel

    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    There’s a lot to like about Wink Hostel, which is easily the most modern and high-tech hostel I’ve ever seen. The only thing not to like is maybe the price (which is about double the average Singapore hostel, but a bargain compared to a hotel), but you do get your money’s worth. First off, their pod-style beds are cozy and ...

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    Ideal Backpackers Hostel

    Ideal Backpackers Hostel

    2 reviews

    As recommended by my friend. A Value-for-money hostel. It has website at www.backpackers.com.sg

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    River City Inn

    River City Inn

    3 reviews

    This hostel looks run-down from the outside, but follow the signs to the top of the staircase and one of Singapore’s best hostels is waiting for you! The dorms have a lot of beds, but are spacious enough with lots of windows so they’re bright and airy. The bathrooms are amazingly modern and clean and theyl even provides the shampoo. ...

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    Hangout at Mt. Emily

    Hangout at Mt. Emily

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    3 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    High-end hostel. Very colourful, hip and comfortable. Conveniently located near the city center. It is not as cheap as average hostels, but it is a small boutique hotel.

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  • 13
    Pillows and Toast

    Pillows and Toast

    3 reviews

    There are so many hostels in the Chinatown area that it can be hard to choose one. The boutique ones are expensive for a hostel and the cheap ones are hot and cramped.... but Pillows & Toast is perfectly in the middle. The dorms are clean and have sturdy wood bunk beds with cushy mattresses and white sheets fresh from ...

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    Marina Bay Sands

    Marina Bay Sands

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    151 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Marina Bay Sands is quite new hot destination recently. It has beautiful tropical scenery and white fine sands. May top look-liked trees are really fascinating. When you walked here with your familles, you feel warmth and touching.

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    Matchbox The Concept Hostel

    Matchbox The Concept Hostel

    2 reviews

    I feel a bit old for hostels sometimes, but Matchbox is a boutique hostel so it's a bit different than the stereotype. Instead of the usual dorm bed you get a “pod” which has walls and greater privacy. The bed is comfy and there’s a reading lamp and power outlet so you can read or work on a laptop in ...

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    Sleepy Sam's Bed & Breakfast

    Sleepy Sam's Bed & Breakfast

    3 reviews

    Sleepy Sam’s is a chilled-out hostel in Singapore’s Arab Quarter. You enter through a cafe on the ground floor and there’s a big mixed dorm and a couple private rooms above it. With the air-conditioning running and the windows closed it seems a bit gloomy inside, but I definitely prefer that to being too hot! Everyone shares the same bathrooms ...

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    Hard Rock Hotel Singapore

    Hard Rock Hotel Singapore

    3 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    Loved the hospitality, the environment and everything. My best experience.

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    Raffles Hotel Singapore

    Raffles Hotel Singapore

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    42 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    The beautiful Raffles Hotel is an escape back into colonial Singapore. Don't miss the famed Singapore Sling at Long Bar, where for $18 you get your drink and a bowl of peanuts and are then encouraged to toss the shells on the floor. Possibly the only place in the city where you can litter and won't get fined!

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    The Sentosa Resort And Spa

    The Sentosa Resort And Spa

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    8 reviews

    Nice to spend a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore city life. The swimming pool is gorgeous and Sunday brunches are decadent.

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    The InnCrowd Hostel

    The InnCrowd Hostel

    5 reviews

    Although I stayed a couple years ago, I remember liking the InnCrowd. It's in a good location, is clean, and has mostly everything a hostel needs to have for backpackers. The price is relatively cheap for Singapore accommodation. This hostel attracts a younger crowd and offers a free light breakfast and cozy place to hang out and socialize or work ...

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