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- Marina Bay Sands
Marina Bay Sands5-star
Marina Bay1.7 kilometers to city centreGuest rating9.2.Superb59 Hotels.com guest reviews
- YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road (SG Clean)
YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road (SG Clean)4-star
Orchard2.7 kilometers to city centreGuest rating8.6.Fabulous1,222 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Days Hotel by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park (SG Clean)
Days Hotel by Wyndham Singapore at Zhongshan Park (SG Clean)3.5-starVIP
Thomson Road4.4 kilometers to city centreGuest rating8.4.Very good494 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Value Hotel Thomson (SG Clean)
Value Hotel Thomson (SG Clean)2.5-star
Thomson Road4.4 kilometers to city centreGuest rating6.8.Good166 Hotels.com guest reviews
- Hotel G Singapore (SG Clean)
Hotel G Singapore (SG Clean)4-starVIP
Bencoolen1.6 kilometers to city centreGuest rating8.2.Very good898 Hotels.com guest reviews
Top cities in Singapore
The scenic city of Singapore is full of attractions, such as Raffles City and Merlion, and is loved for its gardens and skyscrapers.See properties
Resorts World Sentosa
Resorts World Sentosa is known for its aquarium and beaches, and entices visitors with popular attractions including Universal Studios Singapore and S.E.A. Aquarium.See properties
Arab Street District
The cultural city of Arab Street District is full of attractions, such as Bugis Street Shopping District and Sultan Mosque, and is loved for its restaurants and cafés.See properties
Colonial District is known for its restaurants and museums, and entices visitors with popular attractions including Raffles City and Orchard Road.See properties
Top landmarks in Singapore
If you want to give your credit card some exercise, head out to Robertson Quay, a popular place for shoppers in Singapore River. Why not take a stroll along the riverfront and watch the sunset while you're here? It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. Splash some more cash at Orchard Road, Raffles City, and Raffles Place.See nearby properties
If you want to give your credit card some exercise, head out to Mustafa Centre, a popular place for shoppers in Little India. Why not take a stroll along the marina and watch the sunset while you're here? Splash some more cash at Bugis Street Shopping District, City Square Mall, and Haji Lane.See nearby properties
Don't visit Singapore without stopping off at Orchard Road, a top spot for shopaholics. It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. Splash some more cash at Takashimaya Shopping Centre, The Paragon, and Lucky Plaza.See nearby properties
Tiger Sky Tower
You might want to get your camera out and head to Tiger Sky Tower— just one of the landmarks located 3.4 mi (5.5 km) from central Singapore. Why not take a stroll along the marina and watch the sunset while you're here? It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. Singapore has other landmarks you might want to visit such as Thian Hock Keng Temple.See nearby properties
Changi Beach Park
Whether you want to collect beach glass or watch the sunset, Changi Beach Park is a spot you might want to check out, located 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from central Changi. Want to stretch your legs some more? Head to Changi Business Park and Pasir Ris Park, both nearby.See nearby properties
Universal Studios Singapore
Kids and adults alike can have a thrilling day at Universal Studios Singapore, one of the top theme parks in central Resorts World Sentosa. Why not take a stroll along the marina and watch the sunset while you're here? It's also full of great shops and restaurants, so you can spend the afternoon having a wander. If you have fun at Universal Studios Singapore, you'll love S.E.A. Aquarium and Adventure Cove Waterpark, both a short walk away.See nearby properties
Find out more about Singapore
For an island no bigger than some lakes in the world, Singapore provides visitors with opportunities for sightseeing, partying, comfortable accommodation and most importantly, eating. Hunting accommodation in Singapore is easy with our site, where plenty of options are available upon a few clicks.
The experiences you may want to enjoy in this Garden City, include having family fun at the beaches and resorts, exploring the culture and history behind old buildings and intensive retail therapy in some of the most concentrated shopping hotspots available.
Things to see
Visitors with an interest in diverse cultures should explore the various religious sites and neighborhoods that cater to various races. The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery near Ang Mo Kio, the colourful Sri Mariamman Hindu temple in Chinatown and the stately Masjid Sultan in Arab street are just some of the religious sites worth visiting. As you explore further, you will find several religions and races can be found in respectable numbers, all co-existing on a tiny island.
Shoppers looking for a challenge will be surprised at the number of retail hotspots in Singapore. The Mecca of shopping is found in Orchard Road, where shopping malls compete with one another by providing wide varieties of clothing brands, not to mention several choices of restaurants serving all sorts of cuisines.
Hotels in Singapore
The hotel scene here is massive, with Singapore hotels available for any preferences that visitors may have. There are budget hotels located just outside central Singapore, mid-range and boutique hotels closer to town and luxurious hotels found right in the heart of Singapore’s busiest districts. The hotels here are usually well-equipped with decadent spas and lavish amenities that keep guests well and truly pampered.
Where to stay
The central region of Singapore a great location if you are looking for the ultimate definition of accessibility. Places like Orchard Road and City Hall provide hotels that are conveniently close to rows of pubs, clubs and eateries that service a staggering array of local cuisines, including Peranakan, Chinese, Malay and Indian, each with their own unique dishes.
Those looking for a more resort feel and adventure atmosphere can look to Sentosa, an island that has been made over completely for visitors. Here you can find theme parks, adventure parks and an integrated resort with a casino and the world’s largest aquarium, boasting a magnificent viewing panel that families and couples can enjoy for hours on end.
How to get to Singapore
Changi International Airport (SIN) is served by several international airlines. Those coming in by car can cross the border between Malaysia and Singapore, though it can get very congested during peak hours. Getting into the city areas can be done via train or MRT, which provides excellent access to all the four corners of the island.
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