Happy Snail Hostel Singapore
If you want to feel homey and comfy, this is the place to stay. Run by a lovely couple, Mike and Christine. They just come over some time during the day so this is pretty much an independent hostel.
The hostel has a minimum stay of 2 nights and the rates are below through hostelworld.
This is basically a 3-bedroom apartment converted to a hostel of 18 beds. It has 2 bathrooms with hot water. There’s cable TV for movies and a laptop for guests use. The wifi is very good that I get to watch on my Netflix all the time.
The free coffee, tea, bread and spreads are definitely awesome. Who wouldn’t want this specially if you can have it anytime all day and night?! 🙂
There are sodas in the fridge for SGD 1 each. You can do your laundry for SGD 6 which also includes drying.
Since it’s a small place, you can easily mingle with other travelers. Clean and secured. This is definitely like a home and I highly recommend it for people who wants a relaxing place. Apparently this is not for party people. I will definitely stay here again when I return to Singapore.
Tip; Read everything posted on the wall. A lot of information that’ll help you with your stay at the hostel and your Singapore trip so READ!
Info; Food court, grocery store, salon, ATM are just literally few steps away. The hostel is located at Block 147 Silat Avenue #01-32 Singapore 160147. The nearest MRT station is Outram Park which is just a little over 1 kilometer away. I find it easier to take exit F and walk to and from the hostel.
If you decide to walk and take exit F, as you can see on the map below, it’s not too hard to find. Just take exit F and turn right, walk all the way until you see block 149 building on your left then you’ll know you have to cross the road. Block 147 is located behind 149 and the entrance is at the back.
Enjoy your stay! 🙂
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I am a woman consumed by wanderlust. I am outgoing but I also love to spend time alone, live for “being yourself”. I love new situations and to meet new people.
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