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Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre

Things to Do in Singapore

This 324 rooms hotel is situated along Orchard Road filled with world-class restaurants and luxury fashion brands, providing you with the best retail therapy in Singapore.

Explore Singapore

Explore Singapore

National Orchid Garden

1 Cluny Road, Singapore, 259569

The National Orchid Garden is located on the highest hill in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Three hectares of carefully landscaped slopes provide a setting for over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids, with about 600 species and hybrids on display. The distinctive feature of the National Orchid Garden not to be missed is its design concept which presents the display of plants in four separate colour zones.

Gardens by the Bay

18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore, Singapore 018953

A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.

Singapore Botanic Gardens

1 Cluny Road, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore 259569

With more than 150 years of history, the 82-hectare Singapore Botanic Gardens holds a unique and significant place in the country's history and the region. Through the botanical and horticultural work carried out today, it will continue to play an important role as a leading tropical botanical institute, and an endearing place to all Singaporeans. The Gardens was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site at the 39th session of the World Heritage Committee (WHC) on 4 July 2015.

Marina Bay Sands

10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore, Singapore 018956

Marina Bay Sands is a hotel of architectural wonder in the heart of thriving Singapore, crowned by the world's largest rooftop infinity pool. At your fingertips, the best of spectacular nightlife and entertainment and luxury shopping. Be amazed by acclaimed museum exhibitions and breathtaking theatre shows and explore 170 premium brand stores. The momentum of the night is in your hands when you revel in the best of entertainment, all in one destination.

Singapore Zoo

80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore, Singapore 729826

For over 40 years, visitors of Singapore Zoo have immersed themselves in one the most beautiful settings in the world, where animals roam freely in open and natural habitats. Covering 26 hectares, the park is home to over 2,800 animals representing over 300 species. As Singapore’s premier leisure venue, we receive over 1.7 million visitors annually. It isn’t a surprise then, that Singapore Zoo was named #1 Zoo and Aquarium in Asia and #3 globally in the Travelers’ Choice Awards in 2015.

Singapore Flyer

30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore, Singapore 039803

At a height of 165m, Singapore Flyer is one of the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and also one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions. Singapore Flyer was conceived and designed by Dr. Kisho Kurokawa and DP Architects, Singapore. It held its groundbreaking ceremony in September 2005 and was launched in 2008. It promises more than just a view, but a panorama that captures Marina Bay’s skyline with a glimpse of neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore

Orchard Road, Asia’s most famous shopping street, is home to fashion favourites, specialist stores and loads of other lifestyle choices. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a seasoned shopper, Orchard Road, a 2.2km shopping belt, is the place for retail therapy. Flanked by iconic shopping malls, restaurants and hotels, choc-a-bloc with retail, dining and entertainment, Orchard Road has something for every taste and budget.


Chinatown, Singapore, Singapore

The cramped five-foot-ways, dingy alleys and raucous street hawkers are relics of Chinatown’s past. Yet pockets of history remain in Chinatown, along with more modern sights. You could easily spend a few days wandering through these still-narrow streets. Family-run goldsmiths, medicinal halls and teahouses ply their trades next to sleeker neighbours such as hipster bars and lifestyle shops.

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