Society Backpackers' Hotel

259A Jalan Besar, Singapore, 208934, Singapore | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Central Region area of Singapore, is near Clarke Quay, Mustafa Centre, Telok Ayer Street, and Petain Road.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSociety Backpackers' Hotel Singapore

    Reviewed by derrick241

    This place has aspirarations

    Reviewed Sep 23, 2012
    by (15 reviews) West London, , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    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

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Society Backpackers' Hotel Singapore

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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    A day in the depths of Singapore's heritage

    A travel blog entry by jxleee on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... were unable to have our fortune told. However, if given a chance to go back I would definitely try it, for fun or to see at what age will I be able to meet my great-grand children.

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    Days' Adventure. (20yo group of Germans) (Brandon)

    A travel blog entry by brandonsohot on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... to the entrance of the Heritage Centre. We were immediately greeted by a person at the door and saw a sign that asks us to lower our volume. I was amazed at the interior of the heritage centre, it was cooling and gave me a very warm feeling as I toured around the area. I saw many unique objects & maps and only took photos of 2. We explored the area and found a room with video projections. We were excited and decided to stay for a little bit to ...

    Singapore (again)

    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... a fairly leisurely day really, but nice as we’re a little jaded as we slowly come to terms with the fact we’ll be returning to real life very soon! Come early evening we head down to Clarke Quay, a busy touristy part of the city, for some dinner, and on the way we’re reminded once again what a small world it is – we bump into Ben, the guy we befriended in Gili T who runs Manta Dive, who’s in town to meet his sister on his way to the UK ...


    A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... when I was 12) which was very pungent and strange and later had a duck's tongue. I can't get over the fact that I have eaten the tongue of another living thing. Brrrr. Next on the bizzare things to eat list is stomach, but in a few days time. I have also been promised that some of my family will watch Edward Scissorhands with me :D Right now I am in Starbucks waiting for my cousins who are taking me to Spotlight for more embroidery thread. Ps. I have bought a ...

    Kayaking with Monkeys!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... it seemed they’d decided not to make a guest appearance. However, there was plenty other wildlife to keep us entertained, including turtles that swam alongside our kayaks and some amazing electric blue and blood red dragonflies that were bopping around. In the end, I spent about ten minutes trying to get a good photograph of one which is really rather difficult when you’re in a kayak that decides not to sit still, rather moves towards the subject you’re trying to ...