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MNL Boutique Hostel

Manila, Philippines

MNL Boutique Hostel combines hotel grade comfort, backpacker hospitality and fun at the best location in the city. Steps away from Makati City's Tourist Center and Central Business District

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USD 19.00
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Kayun Hostel Downtown

Kuta, Indonesia

Kayun Downtown is the little sister of award winning Kayun Hostel. Once again bringing you the highest standards of quality, extraordinary design and ultimate friendliness. Located in downtown Kuta on Legian Street; it is steps away from the famous clubs, bars, and Kuta Beach. Everything is accessible and we provide an easy base point for you to explore the island.

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USD 9.00
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Advisor Hostel

Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi Advisor hostel is a family hostel is located right in the heart of Hanoi's historic Old quarter. Just 5 minutes walking to Hoan Kiem lake. Beside many Vietnamese and Western restaurants, banking and shopping streets. 

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IDR 190000.00
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The Packer Lodge

Jakarta, Indonesia

Convenient wise, we are just off Gajah Mada street, close to Busway stop. There are also close-by cafes, restaurant, and food stalls that offer local and international foods till late at night. Supermarket, convenience shops, money changers, and rich of nightlife are just around the corners.

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USD 6.21
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Nomad Borneo Bed And Breakfast

Kuching, Malaysia

The Nomad is a B & B situated in the heart of Kuching City, At The Green hill Road area, easy excess to all fascinating tourist attraction and suitable place to make as a hub for traveling around Kuching and it\'s surrounding.

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USD 18.33
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Queen's Hostel

Penang, Malaysia

Situated in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Georgetown, we are famous for the little extra luxuries that come as standard in our female only dormitory. Located along the historic Queen Street, surrounded by famous local eateries.

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USD 31.90
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The Plot Hostels

Singapore, Singapore

The Plot Hostels is a new chain of highly rated luxury flashpackers hostels, with its first property in Singapore.

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MYR 15.00
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Borneo Global Backpackers

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

We offer FREE WIFI Wireless Broadband Internet. We are fully equipped with Dinning Area, Bar, Private Internet, DVD Player, Satellite TV, Hot water showers and Convenient Counter for our guests

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USD 20.00
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Mayas Nest

New Delhi, India

A home for those weary of travelling to unknown destinations. A safe haven to begin the most adventurous journey of your life!

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USD 22.00
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Dana Guesthouse Bali

Bali, Indonesia

Located in Kerobokan Kuta Bali, Free Airport pick-up service , free motor bike rental ,WiFi , air conditioner and Fan its offer comfortable guest rooms with Balinese style TV DvD player and toilet is attached on each rooms , touching real Balinese surrounding have a new experience of your stay

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USD 8.00
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Tom & Jerry Hostel

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Tom & Jerry is a brand-new family run hostel which just finished and started business in 2011. Our staffs are always there to make sure that your stay in his hostel will be best to looked after.

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USD 24.00
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Chois House

Seoul, South Korea

We have 5 kind of rooms such as double,twin,triple,4bed,and family room. The room equipment include many kind of comfortable furnitures,cable TV,high-speed Internet line, a refrigerator, a hair-dryer and a aircon.

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