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The hotel is strategically located in the heart of Singapore just a few steps from Suntec City International Exhibition & Convention Center, Raffles Place and ...
The Village Hotel Changi is located just 10 minutes away from Changi International Airport and a 30-minute car ride from the Orchard shopping district. The Singapore ...
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport is a full-service upscale hotel located within the immediate vicinity of Singapore Changi Airport and is linked to Terminal 3 via ...
This 72-story hotel is connected to the Raffles City Shopping Centre and the Raffles City Convention Centre, 1 km (.5 mi) from Merlion Park and Esplanade venues ...
Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel is just steps from Orchard Blvd, Singapore’s premier shopping and entertainment district. Tanglin Shopping Centre, famous ...
Located in Bencoolen, this hotel is steps from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Sri Krishnan Temple, and Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple. National Design Centre and ...
V Hotel Lavender sits directly above the Lavender MRT Station, making it easy to get anywhere in the city by metro. It's also a 5-minute drive from Marina Bay ...
Clark Quay entertainment district, downtown Singapore, and Orchard Road shopping as well as the Botanical Gardens are within 6 km (3.5 miles) of the hotel. Also ...
Located in Arab Street District, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Haji Lane, Raffles City, and Peranakan Museum. National Museum of Singapore and Singapore ...
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wild Wild Wet Theme Park and Pasir Ris Park. Changi Museum is 2 mi (3.2 km) away.
Neighbouring Singapore has transformed from fishing village to modern metropolis, with an impressive skyline in the CBD, an upscale shopping boulevard along Orchard Road, and lots of makan spots to be uncovered. It is definitely a foodie heaven, drawing from common influences of Chinese, Malay, Indian, Eurasian and Peranakan cultures. Chances are you can find your favourite dishes in Singapore, if with a little bit of a different twist. A trip to Singapore will give you plenty of things to do as the city-state constantly injects new flavour into its tourism industry. Singapore is only a short flight away from any city in Malaysia, and a short drive from Johor Bahru across the Causeway.
TOP THINGS TO DO IN SINGAPORE
Makan, Makan, Makan! Eating is at the top of the list of things to do in Singapore. Much like Malaysians, makan adventures is a favourite hobby across the border and there's plenty to keep your tastebuds happy. Hainanese chicken rice, satay, laksa, roti prata all the way to foreign flavours like tacos, steaks, Brazilian churrasco -- you won't run out of options in this food paradise.
Shopping is also great in Singapore, from bargain hunting to designer brands. Within the compact city, it's not hard to find whatever you want. Orchard Road and Bugis are shopping hotspots, though you can also wander Chinatown, Geylang Serai and Little India for some tourist-friendly favourites. While in Orchard, visit Far East Plaza for some budget finds and more fashion accessories than you'll ever need, watch a movie, shop at H&M and stop for lunch at one of the 5-star hotels in the area for a full hotel buffet spread.
The Singapore Zoo is one of the best zoos in the world. If you're on a family trip to Singapore, be sure to put this on your itinerary. Set in a fairly natural setting, the rainforest zoo will bring you up close with white tigers, orang utans, a polar bear, elephants, snakes, sun bears, giraffes and much more. Get the Park Hopper special to visit the Night Safari, River Safari and Bird Park as well. There are no hotels near the Singapore Mandai Zoo but many major hotels in the city centre offer a shuttle service.
Newer must-see Singapore attractions include Gardens by the Bay, taking pictures of the city up on the 'boat' rooftop of Marina Bay Sands, roll the dice at Resorts World Sentosa and visit the ArtScience Museum. But some old favourites are still worth checking out including Haw Par Villa, Lau Pa Sat and taking a selfie with the Merlion. If you're a fan of history, take the heritage trails and plan visits to the Peranakan museum, Buddhist temples, Hindu temples (a popular one sits in Chinatown!) and Arab street.
WHERE TO STAY IN SINGAPORE
There's tons of hotels in Singapore to choose from, from budget to luxury. For the most convenience, book a hotel in Orchard Road or around the CBD financial district. These are centrally located and well-connected by the MRT so it's easy to get to any tourist attractions. There are many 5 star hotels in the city, but budget options are also available on the fringes such as Clarke Quay, Chinatown or Bugis.
Book a Singapore beach resort in Sentosa to experience more of an island feel. The luxury resorts in Sentosa are great for a romantic trip or a family holiday, thanks to the proximity to Universal Studios Singapore and the SEA Aquarium.
Don't miss out on Singapore's boutique hotels though, as they offer a different flavour. Go for luxury boutique hotels which have artsy or minimalist innovative designs. Or check in to heritage hotels in Singapore which celebrate Singapore's Asian roots and colonial history. Raffles Hotel is the most iconic hotel in Singapore, but there are plenty of interesting new boutique hotels too.
Besides Bugis, there are plenty of budget hotels in Singapore located in Geylang, Chinatown and Little India. All these areas which feature plenty of attractions to check out as well, and blossom with activities around annual festivals such as Chinese New Year, Thaipusam, Chingay and Hari Raya. Get your fill of keropok, Malay food, tau sar piah and roti prata during your stay.