8 Best Chalets for Parties and Staycations in Singapore
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8 Best Chalets for Parties and Staycations in Singapore

The concept of chalets in Singapore originated from the desire to blend the city’s urban sophistication with the tranquillity of nature. These havens have become go-to for large groups seeking party or staycation spots. 

Whether you’re a family seeking adventure or a group of friends searching for the perfect retreat, you’ll find the best chalet in Singapore with this guide.

The Chevrons

Address: 48 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 609961 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6566688888

Hours: Daily, 9 AM – 9 PM

Price: $$


Budget-friendly chalets in Singapore are offered at The Chevrons with sleek modern rooms facing the pool. Expect to relax in a homely ambience on the second-floor soft beds. 

It’s an ideal place for family staycations with fun activities like swimming and games. You can also upgrade to a double-storey bungalow for a more luxurious experience, accommodating up to five people, with a private BBQ pit and a spacious dining room. 

Pro-tip: The Chevrons is arguably one of the most affordable chalets in Singapore at just around S$155 per night, accommodating up to five people at just S$31 per person!

Civil Service Club at Changi

Address: 2 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508503 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567094709

Hours: Daily, 8.30 AM – 10.30 PM

Price: $


CSC at Changi offers ideal venues for events with beautiful chalets and varied accommodations. You have several options for your family or friends, from one-storey chalets to seafront chalets, and cottage-style bungalows. 

Little ones will love the pirate ship-themed play place and various water features. There’s also a tennis court and BBQ pits if you feel like having group games and a cookout.

Pro-tip: It’s only approximately S$100 per night during off-peak times (weekdays and non-holidays)!

D’Resort at Downtown East

Address: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565823322

Hours: Daily, check-in time: 3 PM; check-out time: 11 AM

Price: $$


D’Resort in Pasir Ris Park offers diverse lodgings near Pasir Ris Beach. Its rooms cater to various demographics, featuring options for seniors and vibrant designs for young guests. 

All rooms boast wooden floors and a clean, classy aesthetic, along with amenities like free Wi-Fi, a mini fridge, and a hair dryer. Larger groups can choose a duplex with two storeys at an additional cost.

Pro-tip: The chalets are a five-minute walk from Pasir Ris Park, offering convenient access to seaside BBQ pits.

National Service Resort & Country Club

Address: 10 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499739 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565428288

Hours: Daily, 8 AM – 9 PM

Price: $$


NSRCC’s chalets offer a perfect getaway beside the 18-hole championship golf course, making it the perfect staycation for families and friends who love golf. Located by the shores of Changi Beach, it provides unrestricted outdoor space.

The spacious chalets also offer a family zone with arcade games, a kids’ play area, and game rooms for hours of entertainment. For more tranquil moments, you can enjoy sea breezes on the verandah with stunning views of Changi Beach.

Pro-tip: Rental includes two free bowling games per person and access to the swimming pool, fitness centre, and various courts.

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok

Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Singapore 659003 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6567059499

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 10 AM – 8 PM; Friday to Sunday, 9 AM – 9 PM

Price: $$$


Here’s a family-friendly chalet that’s all about barbecues and outdoor picnic opportunities—the perfect recipe for a fantastic time. 

Each HomeTeamNS chalet accommodates one family of four, with the option to host daytime parties for up to 30 guests.

Conveniently located beside a clubhouse, the villa includes a living room, dining room, private BBQ pit, and outdoor picnic bench. 

Pro-tip: In addition to villa facilities, you can rent extras like game consoles and sets, tables, and chairs.

Temasek Club

Address: 131 Rifle Range Rd, Singapore 588406 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568014242

Hours: Daily, 8 AM – 11 PM

Price: $$


Temasek Club, exclusive to SAF officers and affiliates, offers staycations with small rooms at S$108 per night and big rooms at S$128 per night. The rooms feature a king-sized bed, pull-out bed, sofa bed, and surprisingly massive bathtubs.  

Its dozen villa rooms boast lush green views and oversized bathtubs for a luxurious retreat. Club members can also enjoy on-site amenities like a karaoke room and bowling alley.

Pro-tip: Your little ones will enjoy the kiddie indoor playground with a 3-meter-long spiral slide.

Gallop Kranji Farm Resort

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Address: 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Singapore 718813 (Google Maps)


Hours: Check-in, 2 PM; check-out, 11 AM

Price: $$



Kranji Farm Resort offers a charming kampung-style chalet amidst lush greenery. The Family Room is perfect for large families, featuring two queen-sized beds, and a balcony for serene moments.

Experience agricultural and animal activities nearby, from animal farms to World of Birdnest Museum tours. Try prawning or bottle-feeding koi fish for a special family adventure.

Pro-tip: For a unique day out, experience Bollywood Farms, Singapore’s largest eco-friendly farm, which is just a kilometre away from the resort. 

Tiny Away Escape at Lazarus Island

Address: 11A Pulau Seringat, Singapore 099556 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6580434103

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 5.30 PM

Price: $$


Don’t be fooled by the word “tiny” in its name because Tiny Away Escape at Lazarus Island is big on nature immersion and thrilling water sports. It’s perfect for unwinding after exploring Lazarus Island; consider a yacht rental for added luxury on the open sea.

The catch is that there are only five eco-friendly, air-conditioned tiny houses so you’ll probably need to rent all of them to accommodate everyone (there’s a maximum of 2 adults and 2 kids each).

Pro-tip: The houses are eco-friendly, relying on solar energy as the primary power source with grid electricity as a backup.