Featured Properties

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USD 19.92
per night

Royal Hostel

Singapore, Singapore

Newly launched in 2013 | Prime location in Chinatown | Free breakfast, WiFi & towel | 3-min walk to MRT | Individual privacy curtains | 24-hr security

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SGD 25.00
per night

Moni Gallery Hostel

Singapore, Singapore

Singapore Latest & Most Exciting Hostel is Here! Moni Gallery Backpackers Art Hostel offers more than just accommodation. If you are searching to stay in a unique and artistic environment, surely we are your best choice! Be ready to embrace the tranquil and inspiration provided by us.

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SGD 55.00
per night

Adler Hostel

Singapore, Singapore

Step into Adler Hostel, Singapore's first luxury hostel based in the heart of the Chinatown district. With a design emphasis on fusing colonial charm with modern quirkiness, our hostel brings a fresh, new spin to living history in a vibrant yet sophisticated environment.

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SGD 38.00
per night

Matchbox The Concept Hostel

Singapore, Singapore

Pod-style beds and designer touches throughout the premises, in the bohemian-creative heart of the city!

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MYR 8.50
per night

Borneo Global Sipadan Backpackers

Semporna, Malaysia

Our lodge & Dive Centre superbly located in front of the jetty to all Islands and all parts of the Semporna Town.

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MYR 15.00
per night

Borneo Global Backpackers

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

We offer FREE WIFI Wireless Broadband Internet. We are fully equipped with Dinning Area, Bar, Private Internet, DVD Player, Satellite TV, Hot water showers and Convenient Counter for our guests

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SGD 38.00
per night

Plush Pods

Singapore, Singapore

Plush Pods is the newest premium hostel in downtown Singapore. Set up in spring 2013 with the mission of serving the discerning traveller on a budget, yet still yearning for a premium touch.

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USD 0.00
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Cairns Girls Hostel

Cairns, Australia

Cairns Only All Female Hostel/Backpackers

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