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Hotels in Singapore

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Singapore Key Facts

Good to know before you book or fly

Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are English, Malay and Mandarin.

Fun Facts

According to National Geographic, around 3,000 multinational firms have Singapore offices.

Currency

Singapore Dollar

Local Time

8 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

With its warm year-round climate, there’s never a bad time to visit Singapore. The school holiday period between July and September is the city’s busiest time, so expect a lively crowd with lots going on. And towards February and April you can experience quieter streets and a more relaxed snapshot of the local culture.
For access to Singapore’s upmarket retailers, choose a hotel in the Orchard Road area of the city. Here, you’ll discover vast shopping malls like The Centrepoint with stores selling everything from high-end fashion to the latest must-have technology.For a look into Singapore’s history and a quieter pace of life, choose hotels in the Colonial district. This centrally located area boasts fine architecture, such as the neo-Gothic St Andrew’s Cathedral. You’ll also have easy access to a number of cultural centres, such as the National Museum of Singapore and National Gallery Singapore.Many of Singapore’s iconic landmarks are close to Marina Bay, the city’s most contemporary spot. Hotels in Marina Bay offer a good base to see Singapore’s many sights. Families, for instance, will love to see the lights of the solar-powered Supertree Grove, especially at night.Hotels in Central Business district will put you close to Boat Quay, Robertson Quay and Clark Quay. These quays were once the commercial heart of Singapore but have since been transformed into an array of trendy bars, restaurants, clubs and shops, making them ideal for young couples and groups.Choose a hotel in Bugis or Kampong Glam to enjoy the lively, alternative nightlife scene. There’s plenty of tasty Asian food on offer at each district too, with Bugis Street Market being a top spot to try a bite to eat. To enjoy other Singapore neighbourhoods that benefit from overseas influence, you might like to book hotels in Chinatown or Little India.

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