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1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
5 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Quiet neighborhood with tranquil garden setting. Only 10 mins bus ride to airport. Walking distance to the SUTD and Changi Business Park. Well connected to MRT and shopping areas.

The space

Tranquil environment, in close proximity to Changi Airport, Changi Business Park, Singapore Expo and SUTD. Simei MRT station is 15 mins walk away, or 5 bus stops away. Tanah Merah MRT station is 6 bus stops away.

Guest access

As the Antiquity Room is part of the house, guests are free to use the garden outside, the living and dining room for their own free relaxation. But please do note that the kitchen as well the planting space beside the lily pond is out of bounds due to safety reasons.

Interaction with guests

Services provided
- Daily Cleaning of Room
- Laundry (Additional Charges)
- Change of towels, toiletries & change of bedding for extended stay.
- Simple breakfast provided daily


Amenities
Free parking on premises
Breakfast
Wireless Internet
Hair dryer

Prices
Extra people $15 SGD / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee $20 SGD
Weekly Discount: 12%
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House Rules
Check in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

1. Wireless access : Singtel A1B2
Pass word: (phone number hidden). Strictly no smoking in the rooms and common areas.

2. Please close doors/gate softly to minimise disturbances to other occupants.

3. Small laundry charge applied, which includes washing and ironing.

4. Breakfast and simple meals available upon request.

5. Please refrain from cooking or inform host before using the kitchen.

6, Host will not be liable for any loss or damage to personal effect or injuries sustained by the quests while staying on the premises.

Others
-No smoking in the rooms and common areas, only outside in the garden
- Do not excessively mess up the room
- Do turn off electrical appliances when not in use
- Keep the common bathroom clean
- No drugs and parties at home
- No unexpected & uninvited guests at home
Note: As we do not scan or photocopy the passports of our guests, we will require guests to sign in the particulars of every guest in the red book labelled 'Guest Book'. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Dog(s) live in the house

Cancellations

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

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Austin User Profile
September 2017
Eddie's place was fantastic, and everything we could've hoped for when staying in another country: safe, close to public transportation, easy access day or night, a lovely host (Eddie was away during our trip, but his housekeeper, Susan, was a joy), and a fantastic representation of local cultures all under one roof. Some tips from an American traveler staying in Singapore: 1) The MRT system is all you'll need to get around this beautiful city-state. Although it's possible to walk to the nearest MRT station from Eddie's place (takes about 15 minutes), we found it most convenient to snag an Uber/Grab. This costs between $6-$12 per trip from the house to the station, depending on the time of day. Once you're at the MRT station, talk to the employees behind the glass booth and snag yourself a preloaded MRT card, as the card will need to be swiped every time you get on and off the MRT at various stations around the city. 2) It can be both cheap and expensive to eat in Singapore. If you want to stay on the cheaper side and experience what Singapore is known for, visit as many of the "hawker centers" scattered around the city as you can. Think of these as massive food courts, some with up to a hundred vendors, selling a variety of delicious genres of food FOR CHEAP (we're talkin', like, $3 per person cheap). Chicken & Rice is Singapore's "national dish," so look out for that at every hawker center. Hit up (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) or YouTube for the best spots to eat. 3) Bring cash! Although quite a few restaurants will accept your out-of-country VISA card, every hawker center we visited was cash-only. There are ATM's scattered around the city, and always at MRT stations. 4) If you're looking for souvenirs, the place you need to visit is CHINATOWN (and again, bring cash). Seriously, don't buy anything from touristy spots like Gardens by the Bay, the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Promenade, etc unless you want your wallet to get hosed. Chinatown is packed to the brim with vendors selling super cheap Singapore souvenirs, clothes, toys/plushies, decorative items, jewelry, and more. We often found the exact same items in Chinatown that we saw at Gardens by the Bay, for example, for a fraction of the cost. 5) It's hot and humid in Singapore, so pack accordingly (including lots of water). Maybe bring one or two nicer outfits for fancier outings, but for our week-and-a-half stay, I was almost always rockin' shorts and a t-shirt. Also, be prepared for the occasional sprinkle. Rain in Singapore is random but quick, and never seems to stick around long. 6) There's quite a bit to do for entirely free, so hit up (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and find a list of sights to see without spending a dime!

Jef User Profile
September 2017
My parents had a pleasant stay.

Annegret User Profile
August 2017
Eddies home looks like a museum and the garden is beautiful. We had a large and clean room with a private WC and shower. Many thanks to Susan for the breakfast. We didn't meet Eddie, but his son, an interesting young man, who gave us a lot of information about the life in Singapore. All the best to you all and maybe see you next time!

Thorsten User Profile
August 2017
Wonderful place to stay. Everything was perfect and we would always come back again. Room was spacious enough for our family (2 adults, 2 children). We received a nice breakfast (coffee, tea, toast, fruits, eggs, cake) every morning. Susann, the housekeeper was always helpful. House and garden are extraordinary beautiful. The atmosphere is great. If the distance into the city is not an obstacle for you, this is the place to stay Singapore.

Cassandra User Profile
August 2017
Stay at Eddies was good. Check in was a breeze and a simple breakfast is appreciated. Did not meet Eddie but Susan is available to answer questions. Travelling is a little more than I expected but not undoable. Overall a good stay.

James User Profile
August 2017
Very good

Bea User Profile
August 2017
Me and my relatives stayed at Mr. Eddie's house for three nights and it was simply the best. The room we had was clean and spacious, enough for a family of about five or six. The interior design of the house is exactly appealing as the photos posted above. The house is near the airport and is in a quiet residential area. It's perfect, whether you're just planning to do a staycation or travel around Singapore. And most of all, the hosts, Mr. Eddie together with his son and Susan the housekeeper, are very nice and accommodating. Will definitely go back in the future!

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Eddie User ProfileEddie is a superhost.

I am semi retired and I love hosting. I wish to let out some rooms and get to know more people from various countries. I am a nature lover and love gardening. I exercise regularly and do meditation. I maintain my place well and cleanliness is my motto. I travel regularly and enjoy learning different culture and making new friends. Currently, my son, Edwin is also co-hosting with me. He loves hosting too and is a free-lance public relations guy :)

Languages: English, 中文
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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