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  • £134

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    AMOY by Far East Hospitality

    AMOY by Far East Hospitality 4-star hotel

    Shenton Way, Singapore (0.3 miles from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

    9.2 Superb 547 reviews

    3 people are looking at this moment

    Description AMOY by Far East Hospitality is a beautiful boutique hotel located in Singapore, just 400 metres from Chinatown MRT Station.
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    "Fantastic experience - location is amazing, staff incredibly helpful, welcoming and World class professionals. Rooms have style yet are very functional. Wifi super fast, lots of amenities, all in all an ideal experience"

    frederic. Spain
  • £167

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    Parkroyal on Pickering
    9.1 Superb 4,474 reviews

    11 people are looking at this moment

    Description Located beside Chinatown MRT Station, PARKROYAL on Pickering boasts a dedicated wellness floor that features an outdoor pool, gym and 300-metre garden walk high above the street level.
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    "This hotel was awesome!! perfect location (near chinatown, sentosa, etc.)"

    Jang. USA
  • £35

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    Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel @ Chinatown

    Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel @ Chinatown 2 stars

    Singapore City Centre, Singapore (0.1 miles from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

    8.9 Fabulous 815 reviews

    17 people are looking at this moment

    Description Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel @ Chinatown is located on Smith Street in Chinatown, home to Singapore's popular outdoor food street.
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    "Incrediable capsul hotel, really new, modern facilities and really clean, staff always super helpful and nice. Will return even with my wife."

    Daniel. Spain
  • £31

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    Chic Capsule Otel

    Chic Capsule Otel 2 stars

    Singapore City Centre, Singapore (0.2 miles from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

    8.8 Fabulous 1,140 reviews
    Description Located in the heritage district of Chinatown, Chic Capsule Otel features dormitory rooms with a personal smart TV for each guest. The hostel is just 200 metres from Chinatown MRT Station.
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    "Perfect Location. Room is very clean. Staff is extremely nice."

    MrNengNoppadol. Thailand
  • £16

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    Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel

    Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel 2 stars

    Singapore City Centre, Singapore (0.2 miles from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

    8.8 Fabulous 2,667 reviews

    3 people are looking at this moment

    Description Located within the culturally-rich district of Chinatown, Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel offers accommodations in Singapore. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
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    "Very good hostel. Clean and quiet. Standard capsule design. Towels changed every two nights for us. Lots of bathrooms and showers. Social terrace area outside which is a bonus. Free coffee machine, juice..."

    Amy. Guernsey
  • Heritage @ Chinatown 3 stars

    Singapore City Centre, Singapore (0.1 miles from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum)

    9.1 Superb 64 reviews
    Description Nestled amongst the bustling street area of Chinatown and South Bridge Road, Heritage @ Chinatown offers guests a respite from the buzz in their apartment.
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    "The apartment was very value for money. At first I was a little apprehensive about the no windows part but it did not turn out to be a problem at all. The room was very cosy and had everything I needed..."

    Mary. USA
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
It looks like a Tang Dynasty-era temple but Chinatown’s Buddhist house of worship was only consecrated in 2008. Part working temple, part museum, it’s named after the relic that resides within its sacred chambers – the left-canine tooth of Buddha. Head to the fourth-floor viewing area to see monks gather and chant around the large, lavish gold shrine that houses the enamelled antiquity.