Budget Hotels in Chinatown


Chinatown as the name means is an ethnic neighbourhood featuring distinctly Chinese cultural elements and a historically concentrated ethnic Chinese population. Chinatown is located within the larger district of Outram and 75% of its population is Chinese. Most of the town has been marked for conservation by the Urban Redevelopment Authority by declaring them as national heritage sites. The the original Thian Hock Keng Temple was first built by the Chinese when they set up base in 1821.

China town is an interesting town to visit as it has the Chinatown Heritage Centre, Chinatown Food Street, and Chinatown Night Market especially for heritage and tourism purposes. Chinatown would thus prove to be a frutifying experience with a wide array of shops and tourist spots, traditional markets to be visited.

The Hotels in Chinatown mainly provide bed and breakfast to their guest. The tradtional shop houses have been converted into boutique hotels. Budget Hotels in Chinatown are located at convenient locations, and provide easy access by using the MRT to reach out to other areas of Singapore. The Royal Peaccok Hotel, the Keong Saik Hotel, Tropical Hotel Singapore and Hotel 81 Chinatown are some of the frequented Budget Hotels in Chinatown The Royal Peacock Hotel Chinatown offers facililities such as airconditioned room, bathroom with shower, color television, in-room safe, IDD telephone, broadband internet access (with an additional nominal fee), coffee/tea making facilities, hairdryer and wardrobes. The rates of this Budget Hotel are above SGD 100 which are quite reasonable and easily affordable. The Hotel also has an
restaurant for the guests.

The Royal Peacock Hotel, the Inn at the Temple Street, The Keong Saik Hotel and the Tropical Hotel are considered as value for money business hotels as they offer affordable accommodation. These hotels comprise of around 45- 50 rooms only. The ambience is homely, comfortable, and the service is satisfactory. The Budget Hotels of Singapore are ideal for travelers who want to stay centrally in Singapore as well as explore Singapore from within.

Staying in Chinatown gives a traveller the opportunity to learn interesting facts of Chinese culture, try out the local fare and bargain on all commodities.

Browse through following Singapore Airport Hotels link for more hotels near Singapore Airport.

Royal Peacock Hotel
The Inn at Temple Street
The Keong Saik Hotel
Tropical Hotel


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