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Known for its beautiful waterfront views and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Marina Bay. Check out top attractions like Marina Bay Sands Casino and Gardens by the Bay, and jump on the metro at Bayfront Station or Marina Bay Station to see more of the city.
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Downtown Singapore is highly notable for its stunning river views, and you might want to visit top sights like Raffles Place and Merlion. See more of Singapore by jumping on the metro at Clarke Quay Station or Chinatown Station.
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Travellers choose Geylang for its ample dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Dakota Station or Paya Lebar Station and check out top sights like Singapore National Stadium.
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Orchard Road and Singapore Botanic Gardens are a few top attractions in Orchard. Hop around the city on the metro at Orchard Station or Newton Station and check out the area's fantastic nightlife, beautiful gardens and popular shops.
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Sample traditional food and visit important historical sites in on of the oldest Chinatowns in the world.
Singapore is unlike any other destination on Earth. This city-state is a truly cosmopolitan bastion of amazing skyscrapers, glamorous shopping malls and gorgeous hotels. Nevertheless, there is also plenty of colonial charm found within this magnificent city. British influences are even evident in many of the hotels around Singapore, especially in the historic CBD area.Don’t Miss
There are plenty of treasures for tourists to discover while holidaying in Singapore. Many attractions boast dozens of nearby hotels, making travel time to visit them short.
Boat tours along the Singapore River and adjacent harbour are a great way to see Singapore’s impressive historical sites and modern marvels. During the ride, tourists will get a chance to witness the Marina Bay Sands up close, and absorb the colonial core along the banks of the river. Walking tours are recommended too.
Singapore is not just about shopping and sightseeing. Tourists can find several hotels in and around the Jurong area, where several magnificent parks await. The Bird Park is a phenomenal site for bird-watching, and the Singapore Zoo is home to thousands of species from all over the globe. Not to be outdone, the adjacent Night Safari boasts animals from many continents, and is a unique experience for the whole family.
For a fun-filled holiday retreat, tourists should head to Sentosa Island, where Resorts World dominates the landscape. Spending a few days at Universal Studios, or perhaps lazing on the Tanjong Beach will suffice. There is even a casino to help adults stay entertained.Restaurants and Bars
Most hotels in the city of Singapore boast their own brilliant restaurant and bar facility. However there are plenty of dining and drinking options just a short walk away, especially in the CBD area. The cuisine in Singapore is a stunning blend of Chinese, Malay, Indian and international flavours. However, local Peranakan cuisine is highly sought after. Laksa lemak, mee siam, satay bee hoon and popiah are regular dishes found throughout Singapore. Hawker centres are cheap options in comparison to well-established restaurants, and provide delicious meals. When it comes to night-time entertainment, the Riverside and its three quays is the place to be.Shopping
The major shopping districts of Orchard Road and the CBD are, not surprisingly, home to a large range of accommodation. Singapore is a shopper’s haven, with many scores of walking streets, markets, shopping malls and department stores dotted across the city. Most hotels in the central districts have an onsite tailor too, so guests can pick up a well-made suit at the right price.