Society Backpackers' Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSociety Backpackers' Hotel Singapore
Just to state, I hate dormitories, they arent safe, everything has to be locked away, this place is the same, no privacy, security of any thing non existant, if you have anything you would like to keep, take it out with you
Make sure your bag is zipped, buttoned up as much as possible, and chain it to something
This places likes to think its better than it actually is
A couple of slices of bread dont make a breakfast
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