When you’re traveling on a budget, hostels are an excellent choice of accommodation. Along with being affordable, they’re often more social and experiential than hotels, with common areas, group activities and shared or private living spaces. Not all hostels are created equal.
You need to understand what a hostel is and what to look for before you book.
What is a Hostel?
If you’ve never stayed at a hostel, you probably have some questions about them. Many people are confused by common hostel myths or the horror movie, Hostel.
Picture a college dorm. You’ll have roommates and will share spaces like the bathroom, kitchen and common room. Instead of isolating you from other guests, hostels are a great place to meet people.
Fun fact: Hostels started as student housing, although they are no longer just for students
Adapted from Gomio
1. The Cat Café (241B Victoria Street, Singapore 188030 Singapore)
2. Bugis Junction (200 Victoria St, Singapore 188021 Singapore)
3. Freeing SG Pte Ltd (201 Victoria Street, Singapore 188067 Singapore)
4. Xcape Singapore (Bugis Village, 160A Rochor Road, Singapore 188587 Singapore)
5. Kuan yin Thong Hood Cho Temple (178 Waterloo St., Singapore 187964 Singapore)
6. Parkview Square (600 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188778 Singapore)
7. Henderson Waves (Southern Ridges, Singapore Singapore)
8. Haji Lane (Haji Lane, Singapore 189244)
9. Bar Stories (57A Haji Lane Kampong Glam Shophouse, Singapore 189250 )
10. The Lab SG (1 Jalan Pisang #01-01 Singapore 199069)
11. The Artistry (17 Jalan Pinang, Singapore 199149)
12. Arab Street (Arab Street, Kampong Glam, Singapore Singapore)
13. Sungei Road Thieves Market (Sungei Rd, Singapore 208785 Singapore)
14. Singapore Philatelic Museum (23B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807 Singapore)
15. Bugis Street (3 New Bugis St, Singapore 188867)