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I spent 3 nights at Chang Ziang. I booked here because I read good review about it. In fact, there were some notes had to be taken. Almost all the good reviews about the room is for the deluxe room (not standard room). For standard...More
Me and my girlfriend, we really enjoyed staying at this hotel in Singapore! Really clean and cool hotel for economic price. The rooms are not large and the bathroom is small but everything works fine and it's really clean as I said. For us it...More
This is a small hotel in a quite street. Check in and check out is easy. Rooms are small and bathroom / toilet is very small. I used the hotel for a 1 night stop over so did not matter much. On my way back...More
Quite good for budget hotel. A little bit far from aljuneid station but you can acces by bus. Staffs are helpful & kindly. Near from local restaurants, market & mosque. Overall, not bad just for sleeping.
Room are Small but Budget Friendly. Very good locality. Walkable Distance to Bus Stop and MRT Station. Budget Hotel at Good Location. Plenty of Restaurants and Shops Nearby. The staff are nice and helpful. WiFi is at its best
Only a short journey from Singapore’s sparkling and polished city centre, Geylang is a world away. Here in one of the least touristy areas of Singapore, visitors are privy to an unfiltered glimpse of Singapore life. On Sunday afternoons, migrant workers gather in Geylang to let off steam after a tough week. At the eastern end of Geylang Road, families and friends happily enjoy picnics. By contrast, at the western
end, a more colourful side of Singapore can be seen, as street workers mingle with Sunday revelers in outdoor coffee shops. Take a friend, grab a beer and a local meal (frog porridge, perhaps?), and settle in to enjoy the show.