Book Budget Accommodation in Singapore

Book Budget Accommodation in Singapore

Amy Van De Casteele

The island city of Singapore, also known as the Lion City, has garnered a global reputation for cleanliness, friendliness and its rich blend of cultures which include Malay, Indian and Chinese. If you want to explore this Utopian isle but don’t want to strain your purse strings, book budget accommodation in Singapore with and take advantage of our exclusive deals.

Conveniently located near Changi Airport you will find Costa Sands Resort (Downtown East). This 3 star hotel boasts well-appointed suites, a selection of business and leisure facilities and offers its guests excellent value for money. In Serangoon, only 11 kilometres from Changi International Airport, Just Inn Singapore offers simple but cosy 2 star accommodation, while in vibrant Little India the Vintage Inn is a 1 star hotel which gives you a choice of air-conditioned guestrooms.

Whether you are interested in learning more about Singapore’s history, want to treat your palate to the variety of exotic cuisines found in the city or just want to do a whistle-stop tour of the isle’s most well-known attractions, you can do it all without breaking the bank.

If you have a fondness for flowers or just love taking scenic strolls in the sunshine, make the most of the free admission to the city’s beautifully maintained Botanic Gardens that date back to 1860 and sprawl over 52 verdant hectares, and include a swan lake, various themed gardens and the National Orchid Garden (which costs S$5 to enter).

If you are visiting the island with children don’t miss out on a trip to Singapore Zoo; the cost of admission is well worth the experience that awaits you inside as you stroll through the carefully tended park and admire the animals in their open concept enclosures.

Not afraid of heights? Take the picturesque cable car ride up the side of Mt Faber and drink in the spectacular views from the top. Afterwards head to the beach for a refreshing dip; Siloso is a particularly popular beach which offers a range of water sports and sunbeds can be rented for S$15.

After dark enjoy a delicious meal in one of the city’s many budget eateries. In Little India tiny Indian restaurant Usman serves tasty dhal for only a dollar, as well as other delights, including juicy tandoori chicken and freshly baked naan bread.

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