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Visiting Singapore – A City Guide

Modern, prosperous and dynamic, Singapore is a global hub for finance, high-tech industry and international trade. If you’re visiting on holiday, it’s a shopper’s haven and a foodie’s dream, with gleaming malls and a legendary food scene that takes in everything from Chinese, Malay and Indian street food to sophisticated fine-dining restaurants.

If you’ve an urge to explore, you can discover the island’s multicultural heritage in Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam and the grand colonial buildings of the Civic District. You’ll also find plenty of beachside activities, rainforest parks, a thriving arts scene and 21st-century attractions like Gardens By The Bay.


Singapore: city layout

Shaped like a diamond, Singapore combines towering skyscrapers, traditional communities and modern waterfront developments.

Restored 19th-century colonial buildings are clustered in the city and Civic District near the Singapore River, with Chinatown close by. Little India and Kampong Glam are found to the north of the city and head east for the popular local suburbs of Geylang and Joo Chiat.

There’s an extensive network of nature reserves and parks throughout the island. Holidaymakers are drawn to islands such as Pulau Ubin for nature trails and bike tracks as well as Sentosa island, connected to central Singapore via a bridge, for seaside entertainment and theme parks.


Top attractions in Singapore

The beautifully landscaped Gardens By The Bay is home to the Cloud Forest and Flower Dome greenhouses, filled with blooms from across the world. Don’t miss the OCBC Skyway, a walkway set among 18 ‘supertree’ sculptures, which comes alive after dark with a magical light display.

For a relaxing day out, head to Sentosa island to soak up the sun on the beach, enjoy a leisurely round of golf or brave the thrilling rides at the Universal Studios Singapore theme park.

Singapore Zoo is home to white tigers, honey-loving sun bears and African lions. You can spot the giant pandas, Kai Kai and Jia Jia, at the River Safari, or nocturnal leopards on the Night Safari.

For a bird’s eye view of Singapore head to the Singapore Flyer, a 165-metre observation wheel with 360-degree views of the island.


The concierge recommends…

  • A walk around Marina Bay to enjoy the city’s night lights.
  • A stroll through the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site housing lush themed gardens with more than 1,000 species of orchid.
  • A food tour through the well-loved haunts in Chinatown, Geylang Serai, Joo Chiat or Kampong Glam.
  • A visit to Pulau Ubin, a kampong (traditional) village off the coast near Changi Airport.
  • Booking tickets for a traditional dance performance, a play or a concert at the iconic Esplanade arts centre.


Hotels in Singapore

For your stay in Singapore there are hotels that will suit every budget and travel need. The city’s efficient transport system makes travelling around a breeze, and it’s easy to find hotels within walking distance of a train station.

If you want to be in the thick of the action, pick a central location like Orchard Road, Singapore’s most famous shopping street, or close to the energetic nightlife hubs around Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay or Club Street. For a budget hotel in Singapore you’ll find good choices in Little India and Kampong Glam.

Singapore hotels in the central business district (CBD) or at Bugis, Outram Road and North Bridge Road are good for business travellers, with plenty of entertainment nearby.

Families might appreciate the quieter residential areas with easy access to the centre, like Tiong Bahru and River Valley, or a beachside retreat on Sentosa.


Eating Out in Singapore

Singapore’s culinary scene lies at the heart of local life. Choices range from Chinese, Indian and Asian street food at budget-friendly hawker centres in Maxwell Road, Lau Pa Sat and Tiong Bahru Market to award winning fine-dining restaurants like Restaurant Andre or Tippling Club.

For a special night out, try a rooftop restaurant such as Stellar at 1-Altitude to enjoy panoramic city views while you feast on modern European or Asian fare.

If you’re looking for an authentic Singaporean experience, BonAppetour organises trips to local families’ homes for a traditional meal, as well as gourmet cooking classes.


The chef recommends...

  • Chilli Crab: Sweet, savoury and spicy, this dish is prepared by stir-frying crabs in tomato and chilli sauce. Best eaten with fried mantous (Chinese buns).
  • Hainanese Chicken Rice: Steamed chicken, rice cooked in rich chicken broth and cucumber slices make up this beloved national dish. Spicy chilli and ginger paste is the perfect accompaniment.
  • Laksa: This delicious Peranakan soup consists of rice noodles, spices and seafood cooked in creamy coconut milk.
  • Bah Kut Teh or “meat bone tea”, prepared by simmering pork ribs in broth filled with herbs and spices.


Shopping in Singapore

Singapore’s vibrant local shopping streets and glitzy international malls should satisfy even the most demanding of shoppers.

Around Orchard Road you’ll find glamorous malls like Takashimaya, Paragon and Ngee Ann City, filled with high-end boutiques, luxury labels and gourmet food products. For popular local brands try exploring central malls like Marina Square, Millenia Walk or Raffles City Complex.

If you’re on the lookout for souvenirs, you can pick up Asian antiques, artworks and colourful fabrics along the quirky streets of Little India, Chinatown and Kampong Glam.


Local shopping in Singapore:

  • Ann Siang Hill: The historic streets around Ann Siang Hill and Telok Ayer are lined with independent boutiques selling unique clothing, fashion accessories and home ornaments.
  • Haji Lane: Designer boutiques selling modern and vintage fashion and lifestyle accessories have transformed this narrow alley in Kampong Glam.
  • Bugis Village: Its crowded lanes are home to a labyrinth of stores in restored shophouses, selling everything from fashion to food and electronics. Ideal for shoppers on a budget.


Culture & Nightlife in Singapore

Singapore’s cultural scene reflects its unique racial mix. The streets of Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India are filled with traditional shophouses and temples. A trip to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple or Sultan Mosque provides a glimpse into the religious traditions of the local Buddhist, Hindu and Muslim communities. You’ll find throngs of devotees in traditional garments playing musical instruments at Sri Mariamman’s frequent temple processions.

You can trace Singapore’s history through the art, artefacts and multimedia displays at the National Museum of Singapore. Traditional Chinese beadwork, porcelain and sarong kebaya dresses are on display at the Peranakan Museum.

Singapore nightlife takes in everything from sleek rooftop bars to chic beachside hangouts and stylish nightclubs. For an evening of feasting and late-night revelry head to Clarke Quay or Club Street. The vibe is quieter at Robertson Quay, or at Dempsey Hill, where a relaxed evening can be enjoyed.


Live music venues in Singapore

  • Blu Jaz Cafe: Jazz lovers flock to this funky bar for its live music, as well as R&B, hip-hop and Latin dance parties.
  • Timbre: There are three Timbre venues in Singapore, with regular performances by local and international bands.
  • Catch a free concert from the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, held at venues such as the Botanic Gardens.


Leisure in Singapore

Lovers of the outdoors can find plenty to please in Singapore’s parks. You can rent a bike and follow the island-wide park connector network. You’ll enjoy coastal views, tropical greenery and cooling breezes on a ride from East Coast Park to the popular Changi Village Food Centre, which dishes up some of the best nasi lemak (coconut rice) on the island.

Nature lovers can take a treetop walk on the suspension bridge at MacRitchie Reservoir, a leisurely stroll around the hilltop at Fort Canning Park or enjoy panoramic views of the city from the Southern Ridges.

For families, the landscaped roof of the Marina Barrage, looking out over the city and Marina Bay, is a popular spot for picnics and kite flying. Ride the Singapore Cable Car over to Sentosa resort for beach watersports, golf, theme parks and views of the harbour from the Imbiah lookout.

Thrill seekers can try indoor skydiving at iFly Singapore on Sentosa or hurtle through the air in a reverse bungy or GX-5 extreme swing at Clarke Quay. Get closer to nature in the Bedok Reservoir and tackle the family friendly treetop ziplines at the Forest Adventure.

To eat as the Singaporeans do, head to a local cafe for a breakfast of kaya toast and soft boiled eggs. For a Sunday treat, try one of Singapore’s famous Champagne brunches at Garibaldi or Catalunya.


Best eats in Singapore

  • Tong Ah Eating House: This cafe serves up slices of crispy kaya toast and cups of smooth, fragrant kopi (traditional coffee).
  • Chinatown Food Street: Great for street-side dining on local delicacies like hokkien mee and roti prata.
  • Kok Sen Restaurant: This old-school dining establishment turns out some of the tastiest Cantonese wok-fried dishes on the island.
  • Din Tai Fung: This Taiwanese dumpling house has taken Singapore by storm with branches throughout the island.
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Latest Singapore Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Singapore Hotel
(4.4 / 5) of 7058 reviews
Great hotel
By Dewi Suli
only the room bit small, overall are good. i like stay in here, the access to chinatown is easy. [Less]
comfortable bed but inadequate bed cover
By jimmyskunk
The bed cover was not wide enough to cover two people completely,the bathroom sink had a small leak but apart from this everything was fine. [Less]
Excellent Service
By Parker44
Staff were couteous and obliging in all areas of the hotel. Really enjoyed the top floor area for swimming and relaxation. Five minute walk to Clarke Quay for night time entertainment, great [More] location. Breakfast facilities buffet style with good choice, no checkin required. [Less]
Comfortable and nice
By absolutlee
Wonderful staff. Friendly and attentive. Always smiling and greeting guest. Feel relax and comfortable. Sleep so well. [Less]
Great service and enjoyable trip!
By Cherleen
I would like to thanks Maya and her team from the reservation on assisted for my guests Mothers day surprise upon check in. Thanks Maya for her swift response toward the planning and the [More] complimentary cake by the hotel. My guests enjoyed alot. Oh ya, got to realised resort has been expanded after I came 3 years ago. very nice! Oh and also would like to thanks Iqbar for his patience servicing my enquiry on the booking and given me a great offer. I would love to come back again in the soon future. Cheers! [Less]
Great place for a short getaway
By afterburne
Holiday Inn Batam provides complimentary pickup and dropoff from Sekupang and Waterfront Ferry Terminal. Check in was a breeze, and while making my way to my room, I was captivated with the [More] greetings that all the staffs gives whenever I passby. Room was a little aged but very clean. Bathroom amenities were good. Pool was beautiful and well maintained, it was the highlight of the resort apart from the award winning Tea Tree Spa. Holiday Inn Batam has a Panda kids club in its resort to keep your children occupied while the parents go for a relaxing massage. There will be staffs babysitting them while your enjoy. There are 4 restaurants located in the resort, but at most time 3 are only open for dinner. Food is good, but not the best. Had 4 meals there, all was not bad. The Thai restaurant I thought the price was a little expensive. It was all a great trip until the last day. The night before, I called to ask for a late checkout at 1pm because my ferry was 2:30pm out of Sekupang. At 11:30am we went down to the main restaurant to have lunch until around 12:40pm. It was raining that time, so we had to go around the resort instead of cutting through the poolside. Once we reached our room, we realized that our room card was deactivated. I then came back down to locate a phone and called the call center to put me through to front desk. Front desk didnt answer and call center took over again. Told the lady I was locked out of my room, she mentioned she will ask someoone to come over and open. Went back up to 4th floor to wait for someone to come. Nobody came for 5 mins, wife's turn to go down to call (the phone at our level wasnt working). Came up again and waited 10 more mins. Told wife to go with son to checkout first since its already 1pm and we need to catch the shuttle to ferry terminal quick. After 3 mins a staff came by to unlock the room. Grabbed the luggages and ran to lobby. Wife wasn't there. Waited for 5 mins and she came back to lobby with son drenched even though we used the long way (rain was very heavy). Ask wife where she went. Front desk said nobody called them so passed wife new keys to open door, so she rushed back again. It was a frustrating moment but we did checkout and get to the terminal in time after that, thank goodness. Would have been good if the keys were not deactivated if guests are granted late checkout. I hope IHG can improve on that. Other than that, I really liked how the staffs are so courteous. Keep that up, it's really important! [Less]
Nice Classy Hotel at a Great Location
By ks7giggs
The hotel has a very classy look and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. The bed is simply wonderful and so comfortable to sleep on. The breakfast was pretty decent with a good variety. The best [More] part of this hotel has to be its location. It is connected to a mall, Bugis Junction thus easy access to food, restaurants and shops and it is also connected to a MRT station thus travelling to other parts of Singapore becomes very convenient. [Less]
Great place to stay ...
By STPJ
Good location in the city, easy access to public transport, MRT (Metro), The hotel prepared a small plate of chocolate with wishing of our wedding anniversary, that's was nice. I checked-in at [More] hotel counter this time round, the experience I had was not as good as compared to check-in at the club level. [Less]
The staff are awesome
By RFSG Coffee
This hotel is up there in respect to the quality and refinement of facilities and services. What makes this hotel standout is the staff, very friendly and sincere [Less]

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