6 free things you must take from hotel because you very the S’porean mah


Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 2:57 pm

Yes, we Singaporeans are known to be a kiasu group of people, and wherever we go, we’re always on the lookout for freebies we can take home. Let’s be honest, it’s practically a way of life for us.

Well, if you, like those of us in the office, are a true-blue Singaporean, you’ll want to know the six items you cannot miss taking from the hotel, or you’ll regret for life. Or at least, until the next time you stay at a hotel again.

Toothpaste and toothbrush
Keep these sets of toothbrush and toothpaste so you can use them for your next trip for stays at places that do not provide such stuff such as AirBnB, or for your camping trips. That’s your excuse. The truth: you just want to take them home.

Some hotels provide combs for their guests. Similar to the toothbrush, you can use it for your next trip or simply use it at home when your comb breaks. Or give it to your sibling as a souvenir so you can save more for shopping!

Shampoo, soap, conditioner
There’s always something different about using hotel toiletries. It makes you feel happy and smell great, and you’ll feel like you’re on holiday whenever you use the hotel soap, even when using it at home.

Mineral water
The bottles of mineral water are often free, unless stated otherwise. You can take these with you so you don’t have to go around searching for water after you’ve checked out.

Bathroom Slippers
Bring them home; you can use them and continue pretending you’re still on holiday or just keep them for guests’ use when they visit your house. I prefer the latter.

Coffee and tea
The coffee and tea sachets can be taken home if you’ve never consumed any during your stay. These are complimentary for guests and you can drink them at home to reminisce on your stay there or bring home to rave to your family about how overseas coffee taste different from Singapore’s and how awesome you are to bring them back for your family to try.

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