Welcome to Escada View, a restful refuge located in the peaceful Kembangan neighborhood. Unlike most places you'll find available in Singapore, this one is remarkably serene, away from all the high-rise noisiness of eastern Singapore. (But if you're into that, you can get it fairly easily - we're 13 minutes from the Kembangan MRT. )
Here, you'll get a cosy private room with a bunch of amenities - but the best part is you'll be staying with the awesome likes of ATAS ('cool' in Singlish) people.
Wifi can be accessed:
User and password will be provided upon arrival.
* Please clean up after yourself promptly after using a common space - we don’t have a maid here to regularly clean up after us.
* You may use the space - watch TV, chill out, read, snack.
* You may use the utensils, pots, pans and basic condiments (e.g. oil, salt, etc.)
* Please also help yourself to the boiled water and tea bags.
* We kindly ask that you please not eat our food that’s either in the fridge or packaged (or at least ask if you want to try)
* We may use the washing machine for your laundry. Please use the drying rack promptly after your load finishes. It should dry within a day.
* Please do not go in or use it.
* Please put recyclables in the plastic and all other disposables in the trash.
* If no one else is here, please ensure that it’s locked.
* Please return all keys, towels, and any other items that we’ve lent you prior to checking out.
Cancela hasta 5 días antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en los 5 días previos a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche, pero sí el 50 % del costo del resto de las noches.
29. Designer. American. Male. Currently based in Singapore. Travel is in my DNA - I'm half Persian and half Latino. When you add those two together, you get someone who loves chilis and wayfaring across South and Southeast Asia.
I grew up moving between Tulsa, Houston, and the UK. My first job was as a shoe salesman. Since then, life, spiritual inquiry, and purpose-driven work has taken me all over the world. Three years of working in Bhutan - the "happiest place" that is complex, beautiful, and all sorts of strange - has cultivated my curiosity for learning more about the world and creating impact.