The Japanese have become incredibly notorious for some outrageous and weird things, but that doesn’t mean their people can’t offer something sane at all! Among all the naked people sliding, cockroach traps and under armpit fans, there is the concept of a capsule hotel. Since their inception in 1979, they have been far and wide, spreading not only in Japan but across the globe.
Japanese love them since they are cheap, functional places to sleep, provide all the necessities to survive and have a good night’s sleep. They are a darling for businessmen who are traveling within cities and need to find a place to crash while staying in the budget limits. But the concept is equally loved by foreign visitors who are looking for a unique slumber experience after a tired day.
As we mentioned before, the concept has been taken by many other countries as well for the same purpose, and boy do they look wonderful! So if you ever happen to visit any of the countries listed below, be sure to test out these capsule hotels.
Capsule by Container Hotel in Sepang, Malaysia
The Capsule Hotel in Sydney, Australia
CapsulePod in Singapore, Singapore
Chic Capsule Otel in Singapore, Singapore
CityHub in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Galaxy Pod Hostel in Reykjavík, Iceland
Juicy Snooze in Christchurch, New Zealand
Met A Space Pod in Singapore, Singapore
Pengheng Space Capsules Hotel in Shenzhen, China
Urbanpod in Mumbai, India
Have you ever been to any capsule hotel around the world? Share your views and experiences in the comment section below.