8 Unique Airbnbs to make your Singapore trip unforgettable

You don’t have to have a lot of experience traveling to enjoy staying in an Airbnb. You may pay less than you would at a hotel or hostel, and most hosts won’t try to raise the price by adding things like airport transfers that aren’t necessary. In fact, Singapore may have some of the best ones.

Increasingly popular in recent years, Airbnb provides reasonably priced alternatives for those planning trips throughout the city-state. Not only does Airbnb offer great rates, you can also enjoy the comfort and convenience of your own private apartment or house, particularly ideal if travelling with family or friends.

Airbnb in Singapore has something for everyone, whatever your budget or daily cost in Singapore, you’re bound to find something suitable! Whether you’re looking for a lavish penthouse or a modest studio, Airbnb houses have it all.

Don’t miss out on a few of Airbnb’s most interesting and unusual listings if you’re in Singapore for work or play. Staying at one of these Airbnbs will be the best part of your trip because of how friendly and beautiful the area is.

Here are some of the best Airbnbs in the Singapore area that you can check out right now.

Capsule Atlantis Pods

In the middle of the Lavender neighborhood, Atlantis Pods has futuristic, simple, and cheap capsule-style pods and a beautiful café with neon lights that serves snacks and a breakfast buffet. Travelers will feel at home in one of their gender-separate capsules, which are good for Instagram and have nice things like luxurious sheets, personal lockers, and UVC lighting that can be changed. If you stay here, your trip will get off to a great start because all of the rooms come with free Wi-Fi. Before you leave, don’t forget to stop by the world-famous Gardens By The Bay East. There is also a restaurant where you can eat.

Cost per Night: USD $24

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Glamping in a Luxury Bell Tent by the Sea

You’re in luck if you’re reading this and need a vacation but don’t want to leave the country. Since it’s not a private home, renting this glamping tent at ECP is fine. As you drift off to sleep, you can listen to the soothing sounds of the ocean. Your tent has a double bed, which is a nice boho touch. The Marine Cove Playground, Shenton Way, Mee Goreng Muslim Food, and Cycle Max are all close to the hotel. Spend quality time with your loved one as you relax under the moon and stars and finally wake up to the sound of the water as well as a glimpse of the blue sky.

Cost per Night: USD $96

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Studio Chic

This Chic3 studio is in the eastern part of Singapore, not far from the city’s central business district. Going to popular places like Orchard Road and Clarke Quay doesn’t take long. This apartment is in a safe neighborhood and has a king-sized bed and an outdoor jacuzzi, which is a unique feature. This Airbnb in Singapore is great for every kind of traveler because it is stylish, clean, and easy to understand.

Cost per Night: USD $136

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Boat Stay (Floating Chalet)

You can always use a cabin cruiser boat that is moored. The room was built in 1982 and has air conditioning that runs throughout. Large seaside deck where you can relax and take in the view. It has a kitchen, a dining area, a living room with its own bathroom, and a kitchenette. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner can be ordered for an extra charge (upon request). If you want to go on a boat trip, please let us know at least three days before you arrive. The restaurants at Marina Country Club are a three- to five-minute walk from where you are moored.

Cost per Night: USD $369

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Designer Loft in Oasia Hotel

The Oasia Hotel Downtown Singapore by Oasia Hotels & Residences by Far East Hospitality has one of the most interesting and unique fronts in the Tanjong Pagar business district. The 27-story hotel is in the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District and has an amazing vertical garden in the middle of a city. This “living tower” in the tropics shows a different side of the high-tech style than the sleek skyscrapers that grew up in the temperate west.

Cost per Night: USD $180

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Penthouse With a Private Jacuzzi

This luxurious penthouse apartment is in the Central Business District and is perfect for people who want to be close to the action but still have some privacy. The rental comes with a lot of high-end, modern amenities, such as a rooftop pool and a private Jacuzzi with a stunning view. On the second floor of the apartment, there is a bedroom with a queen-size bed and direct access to the pool and Jacuzzi. This apartment is bright and airy because it has a lot of windows and is mostly white. This Singapore Airbnb is near the main shopping area of Orchard Road, which makes it great for couples and business travelers.

Cost per Night: USD $193

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Heritage Collection on Clarke Quay Studio

This studio apartment is preferred by business travelers as well as couples going on short trips together because they are small. This place has everything you could possibly need, so you’ll feel right at home. Clarke Quay is a busy place with a lively nightlife, historical sites, and new businesses. The nearby restaurants and grocery stores are just as convenient. Two people can sleep in a studio apartment that has all the modern conveniences and is fully equipped. There is a small kitchen that works for making simple meals. The deluxe European rain shower in the bathroom will make you feel like you’re at a spa. But there are no windows in this flat.

Cost per Night: USD $105

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Safari Colonial-Themed Loft In A Shophouse In Jalan Besar

Petain Road is known for its walls that look good on Instagram. This is a big reason why people go there. Given the area’s mix of architectural styles, it’s not surprising that many Singaporeans visit in hopes of getting a good Instagram shot (including Spanish tiles, Chinese animal patterns, Malay eaves, and European sculptures). This is where you can find one of the most interesting Airbnb shophouses. It’s the kind of home that makes you want to see more because it has so much character.

Cost per Night: USD $95

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Conclusion

Now you know about the 8 unique Airbnbs in Singapore that will make your trip there unforgettable. You can be sure that each one is luxurious, easy to use, and well-equipped. If you want to visit this interesting Asian country, you should book a stay at one of the best Airbnb rentals in Singapore. This will give you the chance to stay somewhere really unique and memorable. You never know how many of these cute, modern apartments and Airbnbs you’ll find, but you can be sure there will be enough.

You may read also: Best Budget-friendly Hotels in Singapore

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MJ Afsary

MJ Afsary

I have a knack for finding the heart of a story and bringing it to life with my words. When I'm not glued to my laptop, you can find me exploring new cities, trying new foods, or curled up with a good book.
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