At only 88 Yuan (SGD$17.50) a night, you can stay in Shanghai's first-ever 'capsule hotel' -- don't worry, each 'capsule' is fully equipped with an LCD television and access to internet connection.
According to online news sources, every room's width is approximately 110 centimetres with a height of about 220 centimetres. Each 'room' comes with a pillow and blanket, a ventilation fan, adjustable lamps, alarm clocks, electrical sockets, LCD televisions, and internet access.
The hotel consists of 68 stacked 'rooms' split into three areas. Guests share a common bathroom, toilet, smoking area, shop, and storage area.
STOMPer Marx wrote:
"This hotel's layout actually reminds me of the layout of cages in a pet store!
"I would feel like a puppy in a cage if I were to stay in there.
"But jokes aside, the whole concept is pretty interesting and since it only costs $17.50 to spend a night there, I might actually go for the experience the next time I'm in Shanghai!"
Photos 1-10 in the gallery below are of Shanghai's capsule hotel. Click on the other photos to see more unique hostels and hotels.