Affordable hotels in Singapore

From a budget perspective, planning your travel plan may be a hassle more often than not. You tend to struggle not to make the most of your stay, especially when you are limited by limited money and time.

You may, while a relatively cheap and seemingly decent hotel but fear soon puts you in a position to compromise accessibility and find yourself too far away from the "complete experience" you warn of obtaining from your shoestring stay.

To make the process pain free for you, we have recommended a few cheap hotels in Singapore that come with the most convenient accessibility to "must-visit" places and landmarks.

Singapore's hottest tourist attractions are spread mainly in the central and southern regions of Singapore. Glitzy Marina Bay Sands and Gardens by the Bay are located in the center of Singapore, while Resorts World Sentosa is located in the south of Singapore on the Harborfront. Living in both places would be ideal as it would not take more than 15 minutes to get to both destinations via public transport while experiencing the hustle and bustle of the city.

The first on our list is 5footway Inn Project which has 4 hotels in Chinatown, Arab Street and a flaggeding in Boat Quay. The hotel chain has a strong resemblance to a cozy student house with offers of private and mixed and a chill out terrace. The most convenient outlet is in Chinatown, a minute's walk from the Chinatown (NE4) MRT train station. Winner of Past Recognitions as Best Cleanliness in 2012 by HostelBookers and a recent Expert Certificate from TripAdvisor, 5footway Inn Project looks good to be the hostel since the opening in 2011. After checking in, make sure to check sights and sounds around Chinatown district long the main Eu Tong Sen Street. In Chinatown you can also check in on the Econ Inn @ Chinatown budget on 18 Mosque Street, offering very basic amenities.

Bugis, a district in central Singapore, is also dotted with budget hotels like Ibis Hotel Singapore at Bencoolen under the famous Accor Hotel Group. This economy-tier hotel is just 10 minutes' walk from Bugis Train Station (EW12) MRT. While Bugis is undoubtedly one of Singapore's most fashionable shopping areas for the younger crowd, it is also known for steamship pipelines. Just go down to Liang Seah Street, where rows of cheap steamboat cafes are lined for your pickings.

Little India District, one of the rare few hotels in Singapore, offers surprisingly spacious rooms.

Santa Grand Little India is set in a traditional 3-storey storehouse and offers guests a choice of standard rooms for large family rooms. A famous hanging out spot for locals on weekends, Little India may seem like elsewhere in Singapore, especially with Singapore's only 24-hour shopping mall called Mustafa Center.

More information about Singapore cheap hotels can be found at http://www.budgetotels.sg