Hotel 81 - Geylang
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We were here for a one night stopover between flights and we found it to be clean and cheap. It did turn out to be in the red light district and the girls and pimps were noticeable on the other side of the street on arrival, but were creating no problems that we could see. When we went out later to find somewhere to eat they had all gone.
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