Located right at the heart of the school campus, Hall 2 is a mere five minutes walk away from North Spine as well as the Sports Recreational Centre (SRC).

It consists of 11 double-story blocks which house a total of XX double rooms and XX single rooms. The open, architectural style of the blocks ensure that residents enjoy bright and breezy rooms. Notably, our rooms are one of the most spacious in NTU and they are all furnished with built-in wardrobes, writing desks and shelves.

Hall 2 is one of the two hostels in school to adopt the attached toilets system, where two rooms share a toilet, inclusive of sinks, a shower and a cubicle. This unique feature is highly prized among our residents as it provides additional privacy and convenience.

Laundry rooms, kitchenettes, readings rooms, music and dance rooms, as well as TV lounges are just some of the common facilities hostelites have at their doorstep here at Hall 2.

Food lovers will be delighted to know that the Hall is well served by not one, but two canteens �?Can 1 and Can 2. Students all over the campus flock to these exceedingly popular canteens as they offer a wide variety of affordable and delicious food. For sports fanatics, the SRC, boasting a swimming pool, running track, well-equipped gym and other facilities, sits just round the corner.

Residents will also enjoy close proximity to the following amenities:

  • ATM Machine
  • Nanyang Supermart
  • Grocery store
  • Futsal Court
  • Volleyball Court
  • Hairdresser
With its superb central location, spacious rooms and unparalleled amenities, Hall 2 never fails to be heavily oversubscribed year after year. Hall 2 is not just a hall, it is a home away from home.


Hall of Residence 2 was first established in 1957 on the grounds of Nanyang Technological University, which was previously known as Nantah. It was originally built to host students from NTU as well as NUS. However, as the enrolment increased over the years, the demand for accommodation steadily rose. Hall 2 eventually came to be occupied only by students from Nantah.