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YOTEL Singapore
8.3 Excellent
366 Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore
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1.8 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 5,344 reviews
8.3

Located in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is a five-minute walk from Orchard Road, ION Orchard and The Orchard Residences. It also offers an express check-in and check-out feature, a swimming pool and free Wi-Fi.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
9.0 Excellent
1 Fullerton Square, Singapore, Singapore
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2.1 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 1,606 reviews
9.0

This historic 5-star hotel is located in Singapore City Centre and provides an infinity pool. It also features views of Marina Bay.

Aerotel Transit Hotel, Terminal 1
7.9 Good
Level 3, Departure/Transit Lounge, Singapore, Singapore
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17.2 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
GoodBased on 2,792 reviews
7.9

Conveniently located with direct access to Changi Airport, Aerotel Singapore Transit Hotel @ Changi Terminal 1 offers 3-star accommodation with a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. It provides free Wi-Fi, a currency exchange and a 24-hour reception.

Swissôtel The Stamford
8.8 Excellent
2 Stamford Road, Singapore, Singapore
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1.5 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 1,668 reviews
8.8

Situated in Singapore City Centre, Swissotel The Stamford offers modern accommodation with superior amenities. It also features outdoor tennis courts, an outdoor pool and a sauna.

Furama City Centre (Sg Clean)
7.1 Good
60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore, Singapore
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2.0 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
GoodBased on 1,777 reviews
7.1

Set in Singapore City Centre, Furama City Centre is within an easy walk of Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. In addition to free private parking on site, the hotel features comfortable 4-star rooms and a bar.

Fairmont Singapore
8.6 Excellent
80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore, Singapore
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1.4 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 1,592 reviews
8.6

Built in 2007, this stylish hotel is located in Singapore City Centre. It provides excellent fitness facilities, including a swimming pool, outdoor tennis courts and an outdoor pool.

Hotel G Singapore
8.0 Excellent
200 Middle Road, Singapore, Singapore
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0.7 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 3,652 reviews
8.0

Located in Singapore City Centre, this hotel is just a short stroll from the National Museum of Singapore, Bugis Street and Singapore Management University. It also offers a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Pan Pacific Singapore
8.8 Excellent
7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore, Singapore
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2.0 km from city centre, Singapore, Singapore 
ExcellentBased on 2,864 reviews
8.8

This hotel is situated in Singapore City Centre, just a 10-minute walk from Suntec City. Guests also have exclusive access to the St. Gregory Spa and Fitness centre.

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Average price in Singapore:₱332,429/night
Cheapest price found:₱833/night
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About Singapore

Singapore delights in its contrasts. This island country harmoniously pulls together so many influences and experiences, from old-world charms to dazzling skyscrapers, beaches and green parks to bustling markets and malls. It's well-established as one of Asia's most popular travel destinations.

Downtown Singapore is along the southern coast of this small island, on two sides of the Singapore River. It includes the colonial neighbourhood of Riverside, filled with old-world relics and a sense of history, plus the rising malls of Orchard Road, the country's major shopping destination. The skyscrapers of financial district Shenton are unmissable, as are the shimmering resorts and buildings of Marina Bay. Singapore seamlessly blends cultures and this is reflected in the neighbourhoods close to Downtown Singapore. They include a large Chinatown with a rich heritage, the historic Malay districts of Bugis and Kampong Glam, plus the colourful lanes of Little India. Burmese settlements and temples are found in Balestier. Contrasting the skyscrapers and street markets are landscapes that most people don't expect to find in Singapore. Most of the island is lush and green, dominated by woodlands and parks that spill onto empty beaches. A bridge and cableway cross the water to Sentosa Island, home to Botanical Gardens and Universal Studios Singapore, along with a large number of beaches and resorts.

Singapore's Changi Airport is one of Asia's major aerial hubs and it's a short journey by taxi or MRT train into the central city. Anyone with a Singapore layover of five hours or more has time to depart the airport and get a glimpse of the city. Two land crossings link Singapore with Malaysia and are used by both buses and trains. An excellent MRT and bus network stretches out across Singapore Island and is a very affordable way to get around. Much of the central city rises high rather than wide and it's relatively easy to travel by foot to different districts.

Singapore's rich history is reflected in its language. Malay is the official language but most locals speak English, along with Mandarin, Tamil, Hokkien, or Punjabi. This mix has created a distinctive dialect that incorporates words and symbols from half-a-dozen languages.

Singapore travel FAQs

  • What is the best place in Singapore for bars and restaurants?

    Singapore has a vibrant nightlife, which has award-winning cocktail bars, famous music festivals and glamorous nightclubs. One of the best areas to visit is the Clarke Quay area, which hosts the majority of the main nightclubs, bars and restaurants. Chupitos Shots Bar, The Riverhouse and Harry’s Clarke Quay are only a short walk from hotels in Singapore such as Iyf Funan Hotel Singapore by Ascott. A great neighbourhood for beach bars, such as Tanjong Beach Club, is Sentosa Island. Here you can enjoy partying until the sun rises, surrounded by palm trees and white sands. The aptly named Club Street is also one of the top areas in Singapore for bars and restaurants; perfect for if you want to bar-hop, eat some great food or dance into the night. If you want to try a perfect steak, you can stay at The Scarlet Singapore, which is only a short walk from Picanhas.

  • What is the best place for a family holiday in Singapore?

    There’s loads to do in Singapore for families, which makes it a super holiday location. Whether it’s theme parks, gardens or safaris, Singapore has the lot. You can escape the heat of Singapore at the Wild Wild Wet, in the Loyang district. If you want to be a short taxi journey away from this family attraction, then you can stay at Capri by Fraser Changi City. For those with younger children, you can visit KidZania, on Sentosa Island. Not only great fun for your little ones, but it’s educational, too. If you and your family are interested in architecture and science, then the ArtScience Museum, in Marina South, is a must. Located in an impressive building, this museum has some great exhibits for all ages. Marina Bay Sands Singapore is only a short walk away from this great attraction.

  • What are the best things to do and see in Singapore?

    Singapore hotels are a great way to ensure you enjoy the best bits of the country. You can get Singapore accommodation that will give you great access to the Chinese New Year Festival, which takes place across the country for 14 days in January or February. Gardens by the Bay, in the Central Area, is also one of the top things to see in Singapore. With a range of tropical trees and plants, you’ll be able to spend hours walking around enjoying the views. There’s also Singapore Zoo, which is located close to the Sungei Kadut district. If you want to be a short taxi ride away from this attraction, you can stay at Orchid Country Club.

  • Where are the best places to stay for beaches?

    You can stay at accommodation in Singapore that is close to the beach, so you can catch some rays on your holiday. Tanjong Beach, on Sentosa Island, is one of the favourites amongst visitors. Offering white sand, palm trees and crystal-clear water, you’ll be able to enjoy a day in paradise. You can stay at Sofitel Singapore, which is only a short walk from the beachfront. Back on the mainland, Changi Beach, in Loyang, is another lovely beach to visit. A traditional beach without the x-factor, you’ll be able to enjoy some peace and quiet on this long stretch of sand. Punggol Beach, in Punggol, is also a great place to enjoy an alternative beach experience that briefly gets you away from the hectic city life.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Singapore?

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  • What are the best hotels in Singapore?

    Raffles Singapore is a very popular hotel in Singapore with a score of 9.5 from 285 reviews. Marina Bay Sands (9.0 from 9,616 reviews) and Hotel G Singapore (8.0 from 3,652 reviews) are also highly rated Singapore hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.