Best Hostels for Solo Travellers in Singapore

Singapore is a popular tourist destination in Southeast Asia. Many backpackers begin or end their tour of the area here, and it is a great modern city with a rich culture and many popular sights and attractions.

Although accommodation is significantly more expensive in Singapore than elsewhere in Southeast Asia, it is still possible to find affordable and modern hostels or hotels. If you're traveling alone, hostels offer a fun environment at a very reasonable price in Singapore.

How much do hostels in Singapore cost?

Average Dorm Price $19 ($11 to $35)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $57 ($23 to $240)
Dorm Bed: $50.00
Overall Rating: 87%
This hostel is owned and run by fellow travelers who have put their heart and soul into the place. They work hard to provide a trendy and high tech environment with a boutique feel. At Wink Hostel, backpackers can enjoy the modern conveniences of a modern hotel, but also enjoy the social atmosphere of a hostel at an affordable price.

The staff are fun and friendly and they'll regularly hang out and chat with you. They know the area well so be sure and hit them up with any travel related questions that you might have. The hostel is efficient and modern, and it uses the latest in technology to ensure that your stay goes smoothly from check in to check out.

The hostel offers a nice balance of personal space and common areas. If you're looking to hang out with other guests there are plenty of opportunities, but if you need some time to yourself, you'll likely find a place to relax as well.

This hostel is a unique place to stay and a great option for solo travelers who want modern and comfortable without breaking the bank.
8A Mosque Street , Singapore, Singapore,
Dorm Bed: $20.78
Private Room: $26.38
Overall Rating: 87%
This hostel is located in the heart of the city just a short walk from Singapore River and public transportation. The hostel is family owned and they focus on ensuring a welcoming and fun environment during your time here. The hostel offers all of the standard amenities including free wi-fi throughout, a decent breakfast, and air conditioning. Make sure you speak to the staff with any travel related questions you may have. They are very knowledgeable on the area and can even offer you discounts and coupons for some attractions.

The hostel offers the perfect setting to relax after a busy day exploring the city. There are often other guests around that are fun to chat with and swap travel stories with.

Four bed private dorms are available as are dorms that sleep six, nine, ten, and fourteen. Both mixed and female only dorms are available.
33C Hong Kong Street , Singapore, Singapore,
Dorm Bed: $21.58
Private Room: $31.17
Overall Rating: 84%
Beary Best! is a great hostel with a lot of character at an affordable price. The hostel is located in an art deco heritage building that has a lot of charm. The environment is relaxed and mellow, and a great setting for solo travelers who are hoping to meet other guests. There's a nice lounge area where guests can relax as well as a designated dining area.

The hostel is conveniently located near public transportation. There's a bus stop right in front of the hostel and the Chinatown MRT station is just across the street. With public transportation, you can access almost all of Singapore's top tourist destinations.

The hostel has both private rooms and dorms available. Twin and three bed private rooms are available as are dorms that sleep four, six, eight, and nine people. Eight and nine bed dorms are available as are both coed and female only rooms.
16 Upper Cross Street Chinatown , Singapore, Singapore,
Dorm Bed: $17.00
Overall Rating: 86%
This hostel is a comfortable option for solo travelers who want a quiet place to unwind after a busy day exploring the city. The hostel has some good common areas where you can relax and the rooms are clean and have comfortable beds. Breakfast is served all day, so you can grab a snack whenever you wish.

It's located about a fifteen minute walk from the metro, which can be challenging, but it's possible to catch a bus to reach many areas.

The hostel staff is wonderful and they can help you with any travel needs you might have. They keep the atmosphere relaxed and fun and it's easy to chat with other guests and make some new friends while you're in the area. It's a great place to stay for just a few days, a week, or longer, during your time in Singapore.
Block 147 Silat Avenue #01-32 , Singapore, Singapore,

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