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14 Chalets In Singapore For Large Group Staycations From $27.25/Night

Chalets in Singapore

When you have a large family or group of friends, the next best place to host them besides your humble abode would be at one of the chalets in Singapore. Those big bungalows can easily accommodate many for all sorts of events like birthdays and BBQ parties, while still giving you that homely comfort.

Go all out with your celebrations at one of these 14 chalets in Singapore for your next big staycay or party.

What is a chalet accommodation?

Chalets are big, self-contained lodges, typically equipped with amenities such as restrooms, a kitchen, as well as various bedrooms for overnight stays. They’re also more spacious than hotel rooms as you get access to the entire property during your stay, making them great for hosting medium to large get-togethers. 

How expensive is booking a chalet?

Prices can vary depending on membership fees, but for the most part they should be around $180-$460 range. Here’s a quick glance at the prices of chalets listed down below.

Chalet name Location Price Membership Price
St. John’s Island Lodge St. John’s Island From $27.25/night None
Heritage Chalet Pasir Ris Park From $321.10/night None
The Chevrons  Jurong From $270/night  From $155/night 
Civil Service Club  Changi 


From $199.58 

From $282.74/night

From $101.12/night

From $196.35

D’Resort @ Downtown East Pasir Ris  From $178/night Enquire with establishment, includes unlimited access to Wild Wild Wet for NTUC Union member 
National Service Resort & Country Club (NSRCC) Changi  From $252/88/night From $136.25/night for NSRCC members

From $168.95/night for SAFRA members

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok



From $590/night

From $190.50 for SAFRA/JOM/Social/Passion members

From $407.48/night

Kranji Farm Resort Kranji From $200/night None
Aranda Country Club Pasir Ris From $457.80/night From $201.65/night for Aranda Country Club Members

From $267.05/night for NTUC members 

Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island Lazarus Island  From $284.98 None
Temasek Club Bukit Timah  None From $108/night, exclusively for SAF officers

1. St. John’s Island Lodge

Offshore option that can accommodate big groups

St. John's Island Lodge Eagle LodgeImage credit: Singapore Land Authority

If you’re looking to truly let loose for the weekend, consider booking an offshore stay at St. John’s Island Lodge. Like its name suggests, it’s located a mere 30-minute ferry ride from mainland Singapore, nestled in the bucolic retreat that is St. John’s Island.

St. John's Island Eagle Lodge RoomsImage credit: Singapore Land Authority

After placing a few nautical miles between yourselves and your responsibilities, check into the Eagle Lodge (from $27.25/night), which is a bungalow that comfortably hosts up to 10 people. You’ve got everything you need to throw a good ol’ chalet shindig right here; there’s a kitchen stocked with basic cooking equipment, as well as a private BBQ pit for a grill-out.

St. John's Island BBQ PitImage credit: Singapore Land Authority

For those checking in with robust crowds, book the Turtle, Dolphin, and Otter lodges instead. The Turtle Lodge can accommodate up to 132 pax, while the Dolphin and Otter Lodges are great for around 50 to 60 pax. These even come with separate blocks for sleeping and dining, as well as a campfire-like BBQ pit for ghost stories to make their rounds about. 

Address: 14 St John’s Island, Singapore 098599
Contact: St. John’s Island Lodges website

2. Heritage Chalet

Also has romantic glamping domes

Heritage Chalet
Image credit: Heritage Chalet
via Facebook

Heritage Chalet lies on the beachfront at Pasir Ris Park offering bungalows that can sleep up to 10 people from $366.97/night. You can choose between a sea-facing bungalow and one that faces the garden.

In either case, the houses have a spacious communal living area and a kitchen equipped with basic cooking necessities on the ground floor.

Heritage Chalet RoomsImage credit: Heritage Chalet via Facebook

Head to the upper floor and you’ll find 4 bedrooms with 2 shared bathrooms.

Only 1 of the bedrooms has a double bed while the rest have single beds, making this an ideal arrangement for families with tweens or even big groups of friends.

Heritage Chalet Dome TentsImage adapted from: Heritage Chalet via Facebook

If you’re looking for something a little more fancy and memorable, the chalet also has the option of dome tents that can accommodate up to 5 persons from $321.10/night. These aren’t your typical camping tents but air-conditioned ones that give you the proper glamping feels.

Heritage Chalet BBQ Pit And PlaygroundImage adapted from: Heritage Chalet via Facebook

Of course, there are BBQ pits available with each chalet. And for those staying in the tents, you get a portable grill so you don’t have to miss out on the fun of a barbecue party. There is a kid’s playground within the chalet but anyway, you’re close enough to Pasir Ris Park Adventure Playground and the beach should you need some more entertainment options nearby.

Google Reviews
125A Pasir Ris Road, Singapore 519121
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3. The Chevrons

Sleek, modern rooms in Jurong

The Chevrons Chalet Living Room
Chalet living room.

Image credit: The Chevrons

West-siders rejoice – you don’t have to travel all the way to the East to hold a birthday party at a chalet. The Chevrons has chalets going from $270/night and bungalows from $370/night for members of the public, but if you or a friend is a member, you can enjoy discounted rates from $155/night and $255/night.

The Chevrons Rooms
Image credit: The Chevrons

Facing the pool, all the chalets have sleek modern rooms and you’ll feel right at home once you jump onto the soft beds on the second floor. Linked to the back of each accommodation is also a sheltered BBQ pit for convenient rain-or-shine cookouts.

The Chevrons Bungalow Living Room
Bungalow living room.

Image credit: The Chevrons

As for the modern finished bungalows, each unit has ample space for at least 7 adults to sleep comfortably.

The Chevrons BBQ Pit
Image credit: The Chevrons

Each bungalow has an outdoor charcoal BBQ pit, but if you’re not craving grilled food, cook up something in the fully equipped kitchenette. You can also take your meal outdoors at the picnic table and benches provided.

The Chevrons Swimming Pool
Image credit: The Chevrons

One of the more popular chalets in Singapore, The Chevrons is near shopping malls like IMM, Jem and Westgate so you can easily stock up on party supplies like food and cutlery.

The Chevrons
Admission Fee
From $240/Night (Non-Members), $140/Night (Members).
48 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 609961
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4. Civil Service Club @ Changi I– Single suites & villas

Civil Service Club I@Changi Superior Suite RoomSuperior Suite room.
Image credit: Civil Service Club@Changi via Google Maps 

Civil Service Club@Changi I usually is the first that comes to mind when looking for chalets in Changi. They have many different accommodations that range from single suites for 2 to villas that are big enough for a family gathering. 

Civil Service Club I@Changi KitchenImage credit: Civil Service Club@Changi via Google Maps 

Their Superior Suite (from $248.06) is fully air-conditioned and has 2 single beds next to a balcony that faces the sea along with other utilities such as a mini bar fridge, microwave, water dispenser, Nespresso machine, dining table, and an LED TV.  It also comes with complimentary coffee and tea so you can enjoy your morning cuppa as you take in the view. 

Civil Service Club I@Changi Superior VillaSuperior Villa.
Image credit: Civil Service Club Changi via Facebook

For a bigger space, their 2-storey Superior Villa A (from $554.56) can host up to 8 pax and has 3 bedrooms containing a king-sized bed and 4 single beds.

Civil Service Club I@Changi Superior Villa InteriorImage credit: Civil Service Club Changi via Facebook

The wooden interior and brown neutral colour palette give off a clean, Japanese-inspired aesthetic–great for those who prefer a minimalist and neat look.

Civil Service Club @ Changi
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2 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508503
Opening Hours:
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5. Civil Service Club @ Changi II

Rooftop BBQ overlooking the sea

Civil Service Club Changi II Colonial Fairy Point Chalet
Colonial Fairy Point Chalet 7.
Image credit: CSC @ Changi

Tucked in a far corner of the East, Civil Service Club @ Changi II offers a luxurious space for any type of large-scale gathering from ~$100/night during non-peak periods. There are many different accommodations you can choose from, including 1-storey chalets (from $101.12/night), seafront chalets (from $179.76/night), and cottage-style bungalows (from $329.56/night).

Civil Service Club@Changi II Changi Cottage InteriorChangi Cottage.
Image credit: CSC @ Changi

If the beds can’t accommodate all of you, drape a sleeping bag over the clean floors that are well taken care of by the management. If you’re an early riser, you’ll be able to catch the perfect seaside sunrise.

Civil Service Club@Changi II Changi Cottage Interior3-room Yacht Club Bungalow.
Image credit: CSC @ Changi

The area might seem secluded but there’s actually a good range of outdoor activities to enjoy beyond the gates of the chalet, such as cycling and fishing. If you take a short 5-minute walk to the CSC clubhouse, you can also enjoy a game of bowling or a rooftop BBQ overlooking the yachts at sea.

Civil Service Club@Changi II Rooftop BBQ Pit
Rooftop BBQ pit.

Image credit: CSC @ Changi

Civil Service Club @ Changi ll (Former Aloha Changi)
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30 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508522
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6. Civil Service Club @ Loyang

With pool, sea, or garden view

Civil Service Club@Loyang Swimming Pool
Image credit:
CSC Loyang

Choose between a zen terrace (from $284.76/night) or a spacious sea-view bungalow (from $286/night) at Civil Service Club @ Loyang to comfortably host a large group of people both indoors and outdoors. With ample distance between each bungalow, you might even forget that you have neighbours.

Civil Service Club@Loyang Garden Bungalow Living Room
Living room area of the Garden Bungalow.

Image credit: CSC Loyang

If you’re the pantang sort who’s biting your nails over the old ghost stories surrounding the area, stay calm, because this chalet was recently renovated – which means any lingering ghosts would already have been exhumed out of the area.

Civil Service Club@Loyang Garden Bungalow Bedroom
Image credit:
CSC Loyang

Every room is well-maintained and comes with an attached bathroom, and there’s no need to fight for wardrobe space. So really, the only thing you have to worry about is missing the sunrise once you hit those clean sheets.

Civil Service Club@Loyang Garden Terrace BBQ Area
BBQ area of the Garden Terrace.

Image credit: Civil Service Club @ Loyang

Kitchens are fully equipped with cutlery and cooking appliances like an induction cooker and microwave oven. You’ll also get usage of the barbeque pit right outside your room.

Civil Service Club@Loyang Sea View Bungalow
Sea View Bungalow.

Image credit: CSC Loyang

Civil Service Club @ Loyang (Former Aloha Loyang)
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159W Jln. Loyang Besar, Singapore 507020
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7. D’Resort @ Downtown East

Next to a waterpark

D’Resort Beach Cove DuplexBeach Cove Duplex.
Image credit: D’Resort

Located within Downtown East, D’Resort (from $178/night) is not just a chalet in Singapore, but also a great place for an adventure – it’s a stone’s throw from Wild Wild Wet which is full of crazy water slides. 

All rooms come with wooden floors and a clean, classy aesthetic. Amenities provided will include free Wi-Fi, a mini fridge and a hair dryer. For a larger party with more guests, you can pay a little more and opt for a duplex with 2 storeys.

D’Resort Rainforest-Themed RoomRainforest Family.
Image credit: D’resort

Families with young kiddos can book the kid-friendly Amazonian Jungle or Underwater themed rooms (from $298). These rooms have a queen-sized bed and bunk beds so nobody has to squeeze. 

D’Resort BBQ PitsImage credit: D’Resort

BBQ pits are located in a dedicated area away from the chalets, so the smell of all the grilled meat won’t linger in your bedroom and cause midnight cravings. However, if your tummy does start rumbling afterwards, you can always grab some food at the eateries at E!Hub, the food and retail portion of Downtown East.

Plus point, book your stay at least 120 days in advance and you’ll get 30% off of your room.

1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599
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8. National Service Resort & Country Club

Special rates for bowling games

National Service Resort & Country Club Chalets
Image credit: NSRCC

With a classy interior designed with the comforts of home, NSRCC Chalet (from $252.88) is where you’ll feel like moving in permanently. There are plenty of rooms to accommodate the whole gang and even if there aren’t enough beds, everyone will be able to find their own space to roll a sleeping bag out on within the polished bungalow. 

National Service Resort & Country Club Rooms
Image credit: NSRCC

Your outdoor space is unrestricted here, given how the chalet is located by the shores of Changi Beach. Every bungalow stay comes with special rates at the bowling centre – so if it does start raining during your seaside walks, you know where to go.

National Service Resort & Country Club Chalet Dining Area
Image credit: NSRCC

The well-spaced bungalows ensure that you’ll have enough privacy and won’t have to listen to your neighbour singing karaoke in the middle of the night.

National Service Resort & Country Club Swimming Pool
There’s a large pool here too.

Image credit: NSRCC

NSRCC and SAFRA members will be able to enjoy a members’ discount from $136.25/night and $168.95/night respectively.

National Service Resort & Country Club
Admission Fee
From $215/Night.
10 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499739
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9. HomeTeamNS at Bukit Batok

Comes with Xbox console & games like Twister, Uno Stacko

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
Image credit: HomeTeamNS 

Although towards the pricier end of chalets in Singapore, HomeTeamNS @ Bukit Batok (from $299.49/night) is easily accessible by public transport and is conveniently located beside a clubhouse of amenities. There’s NTUC Fairprice, eateries like King of Fried Rice and KFC, and activities such as bowling or Laser Quest all within the premises. 

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok Chalet Rooms
Image credit: HomeTeamNS

Their rustic 2-storey villas offer an extensive living hall that will lead to your own private BBQ outback. The rooms are located on the upper floors, while the toilet is on the ground floor so your guests can easily access them when nature calls in the middle of the party.

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok Chalet Living Room
Image credit: HomeTeamNS 

Those in a Premier Deluxe Villa can have a friendly competition over Xbox games that comes with the room or rent some classic board games such as Twister and UNO stacko from the Villa Concierge.

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok Chalet Games
Image credit: HomeTeamNS 

The villas here can only be booked by HomeTeamNS members and affiliated members like SAFRA, JOM, Social, and PAssion Card holders. If you’re not a member, ask around and maybe a kind friend might be able to lend a hand.

HomeTeamNS at Bukit Batok
Admission Fee
From $294/Night.
2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, Singapore 659003
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10. HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir

Near an all-ages obstacle course

HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir Deluxe Garden 3-Bedroom VillaDeluxe Garden 3-bedroom villa.

Active staycationers will enjoy a getaway at HomeTeamsNS Bedok Reservoir (from $590.84/night). The price tag is worth it, though, as their spacious east villas with hotel vibes have various accommodation options that can house a large group.

HomeTeamNS members can get the Deluxe Garden villas which come with 1 king, 1 queen, and 2 single beds for $407.48/night while affiliate members get a slightly discounted rate of $509.35/night.

Aqua Adventure At HomeTeamNS Bedok ReservoirIt’s also connected to Aqua Adventure, which has crazy water slides and climbing walls. Otherwise, test your ninja skills at Action Motion, an indoor playground with multiple multi-level obstacle courses

There’s also Fitness Workz Gym which is connected to the steam room and a 50m infinity pool at the clubhouse – so you do get your money’s worth. 

Food Options At HomeTeamNS Bedok ReservoirWhen it comes to eateries, you have plenty of options – from a steamboat dinner at Xiao Mu Deng to drinks at George’s Bar. You can even grab supplies for your BBQ at the nearby 7-Eleven.

HomeTeamNS Bedok Reservoir Clubhouse
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900 Bedok North Rd, Singapore 479994
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11. Kranji Sanctuary Resort

Relive the kampung days

Kranji Farm ResortImage credit: Kranji Sanctuary Resort

Go back to the good ol’ kampung days at Kranji Sanctuary Resort (from $200/night). Equipped with 2 queen-size beds, their spacious Family Room ($310/night) can accommodate up to 4 adults and 2 children. The room also comes with a spacious backyard and a personal BBQ grill. 

Hay Dairies Goat Feeding

In case you’d like to venture beyond the premises, turn your staycation into a full-on countryside getaway with visits to nearby attractions like Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve and Bollywood Farms. If you have kids, they’ll have a blast hand-feeding goats at the Hay Dairies Goat Farm. Prawning is also available onsite at Olden Days Prawning, if you can’t bear to stray too far.

If you’re feeling peckish, head on down to SLS Vegetarian Cafe and Putra Delicacies for hearty local delights like fried kway teow ($5) and sambal udang ($2.50).

Kranji Sanctuary Resort
Admission Fee
Reach out to them on their website
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10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, #01-09, Singapore 718813
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12. Aranda Country Club

Child-friendly chalet in Pasir Ris

Aranda Country Club Swimming Pool
Image credit: Aranda Country Club via Facebook

From karaoke to a children’s playroom, parents with young kids may find the diverse range of child-friendly amenities at The Aranda Country Club chalet in Pasir Ris appealing.The Executive Suites kick off at $453.60 per night and come with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a cosy kitchen with a fridge, a dining area, and a living room. 

Aranda Country Club RoomsImage credit: Aranda Country Club 

You can drop off your little ones at Yvonne Swim School for swimming lessons while you unwind at the sauna or catch up on some unfinished books in the reading room for some uninterrupted me-time. 

Aranda Country Club
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60 Pasir Ris Dr 3, Singapore 519497
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13. Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island

Eco-friendly chalets

Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island ChaletsImage credit: Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island via Facebook 

Tiny Away Escape allows you to sustainably plan your retreat away from the city with their tiny eco-friendly houses on Lazarus Island. As there are only 5 chalets available here, it’s best to make your bookings way in advance. 

Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island Chalet InteriorImage credit: Tiny Away Escape@Lazarus Island via Facebook 

Furnished with a queen-sized bed and a sofa bed, each house (from $284.98) can hold a maximum of 4 guests–2 adults and 2 kids. Pet owners can bring along their fur kids, but keep in mind that only their 1900 house is pet-friendly with an extra charge of $30 per pet. 

Tiny Away Escape @ Lazarus Island
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11A Pulau Seringat, Singapore 099556
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Bonus: Temasek Club

Exclusively for SAF officers

Temasek Club Chalet Rooms
Image credit: Temasek Club

Majulah to Temasek Club, a club exclusively catering to active and retired SAF officers, senior military experts, and NS Key/R(NS) appointment holders. The club has both small rooms (from $108/night) and big rooms (from $128/night) that come with a king-sized bed, a pull-out bed, and a sofa bed. Heck, there are even massive bathtubs – something you wouldn’t expect from a typical “chalet”. 

Temasek Club FacebookImage credit: Temasek Club via Facebook

Members of the club will get to enjoy on-site recreational amenities like their karaoke room, bowling alley, and kiddie indoor playground with a 3m-long spiral slide. There are also amenities – like their futsal court, gym, tennis court, and pool – if you’d like to get active. 

Temasek Club
Admission Fee
From $168/night
Google Reviews
131 Rifle Range Rd, Singapore 588406
Opening Hours:
Monday 08:00 AM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
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What’s the difference between a hotel & a chalet?

Chalets are better for larger groups and offer more privacy as most are situated away from the city centre. On the other hand, hotels can typically offer a wider range of services such as spas, restaurants and bars, or breakfast buffets.

That said, some chalets are located within clubhouse complexes with amenities just a short walk away from your accommodations, so you’ll have a way of keeping your group entertained.  

Cheap chalets in Singapore for large groups

It’s not easy to plan your birthday celebration when you are that popular kid in class or find a space that can fit your large family for gatherings over the March holidays. Hopefully, with this list of chalets in Singapore, your concerns about space, activities, and amenities available will be straightened out. All that you’ll have to worry about is how to become the host of the year.

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Originally published on 30th July 2019. Last updated by Khoo Yong Hao and Mae-Z Fam on 24th February 2024.