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Beginning April 1, 2018, we will implement shorter reception hours (from 7am to 11pm daily), so that our hostel crews could also rest at night and continue to serve you better during the day. Our reception counter will cease operation at 11pm daily, and we will resume operation at 7am the next morning.
Guest can continue to self check-in from 11pm to 7am if you already have a reservation with us.
Guest whom has already booked with us will be notified with a personal PIN number to unlock the key box located at the hostel main entrance. The key box contains a welcome pack with all the essential information for your stay, together with your personal key card to enter the hostel, your booked room and pod, and to access your personal locker.
Guest would need the same keycard to enter the hostel during this closed hours.
Guest can also self check-out by just dropping your key card and towel at the designated drop box in front of the reception counter. Please do settle your outstanding bill (if any) at the reception before 11pm of the day.
Should there be an urgent matter that you require immediate attention, please call the number provided at the reception counter. Our crews are stationed on-site and we will be able to respond to you.
Almost every year without fail, Singaporean kicks off the much-awaited Chinese New Year Celebrations in the ethnic enclave of Chinatown, particularly along Eu Tong Sen Street and New Bridge Road. The Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebrations transform the island-state's traditional Chinese enclave into a riot of lanterns, street stalls, and performing arts, with celebrations extending as far as Marina Bay.
Don't miss out this year light celebration! The festival will kick-start on Jan 27 with the official opening and light up ceremony happen right next to Wink Hostel!
Do look forward to a few key events of the season: a Street Light-Up, a Festive Street Bazaar, Nightly Stage Shows, and the Singapore River Hong Bao.
The street will be lit up with traditional Chinese lanterns and colorful street lights while street performers and acrobats (not to mention the inevitable lion dancers) liven up the lanes.
For the full program detail, please check out chinatownfestivals.sg/