Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep in a spaceship? 🚀 Join us in Chinatown, Singapore at the Met A Space Pod – a space capsule hostel that recreates the experience of spending the night in a spaceship! You can also watch and share this video on Facebook and YouTube.

Deep in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown, there’s a secret portal to the future, although you wouldn’t know it from the doorway. Tucked between a souvenir shop and a Chinese restaurant, there’s an elevator to the 3rd floor that transforms into a shuttle to outer space!

MET A Space Pod Entrance in Chinatown Singapore

Welcome to Met-A-Space Pod – a capsule hostel in Singapore that recreates what it would be like to live on an actual spaceship. Being the space lover that I am, I had to check this place out!

MET A Space Pods in Singapore

Each pod offers exactly what you’d expect on a spaceship, minus the zero gravity of course, with a futuristic dashboard containing knobs, buttons, and dials to adjust your ventilation, the lighting, and temperature.

MET A Space Pod Delux Room

MET A Space Pod Lights in Room

The hostel offers basic single pods, double pods, and deluxe pods, all controlled by a keycard so that you can feel like the caption of your own ship.

MET A Space Pod Exterior

Each pod is everything you’ve always dreamed it would be on an actual spaceship – except the antigravity of course.

Ximena inside a space pod

Are you ready to geek out with a bunch of space enthusiasts from all around the world? You can find us at here at the MET A Space Pod. You can stay at a MET A Space POD in Chinatown or Boat Quay, Singapore.

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Ximena Restrepo

Ximena Restrepo, a traveler, journalist, and Editor In Chief at Catalyst Weekly. You can discover more of her work at Catalyst Weekly. Be sure to join our Friends List for new videos every Tuesday, and if you're a travel blogger, join our Travel is Life Tribe. Happy travels!