26 Nov 2019 - 27 Nov 2019
2 adults - 1 room
Information is updated as of 31 December 2017
INTRODUCTION TO SINGAPORE CITY
Singapore is considered a city-state considering its sovereignty and influence in the various aspects of the global world. Singapore is a major hub for finance, transport and even business. Singapore is also classified as the 5th state in terms of the human development index. The city-state is ruled by representative democracy. There are various attractions and landmarks worth visiting while in the city. Some of these attractions include the Marina Bay Sands Complex, Singapore Flyer, Botanic Garden, Chinatown, and Arab Street. The city is also known for its educational sector which is considered very strong especially in terms of impacting the lives of the students.
2 – 3 STAR HOTELS
These are the hotels listed by Skyscanner among the top 3-star and 2-star hotels in Singapore. Considering the development in the city-state, even these hotels are of good class and quality. Most of the hotels have very good facilities which leave a little to set them apart from the other luxurious hotels in the city-state. Some of these hotels include Holiday Inn Express, Ibis Singapore, Hilton Singapore, PARKROYAL on Pickering, Swissotel Merchant Court Hotel, Intercontinental Singapore, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, and Naumi Hotel. Most of these hotels are located within the city although a few are found on the outskirts.
4 – 5 STAR HOTELS
Marina Mandarin Hotel is a lovely hotel that also provides good food for the patrons. The hotel also has a swimming pool which is accessible to the patrons. There is also the Hotel G Singapore that has spacious rooms that are well lit and the air conditioning helps in keeping the rooms fresh in the hotel. There are other top hotels in the city including Intercontinental Singapore, Grand Park Orchard, Pan Pacific Orchard, Sofitel Singapore City Centre and Le Meridien Singapore Hotel. All the 5-star hotels have advance booking options as well as holiday packages for the customers.
HOTELS AROUND TOURIST HOTSPOTS
The Marina Bay is one of the best places to visit while in Singapore. The Marina Bay complex houses a variety of facilities that make the visit more enthusiastic. There are malls within the complex as well as the SkyPark and Art Museum. The visitor has the opportunity to experience all these things while in the Marina. skyscanner outlines different hotels that are closer to the Marina Bay, for example, Marina Mandarin Hotel, which is not very far from the Bay and one, can actually walk from the hotel to the Bay. There is also the Pan Pacific Orchard which is 10 minutes from the marina. The two hotels would be useful in keeping the tourist near the marina because even from the higher hotel floors, one can easily observe the activities happening at the Marina Bay.
The Singapore Flyer is equally a great hotspot that is mostly visited in the city. The Flyer provides tourists and enthusiasts with 30-minute flights on the giant wheel. The adrenaline rush that accompanies the flights is one of the most attractive features of the Singapore Flyer. One can decide to stay and observe the wheel as it turns even after one’s flight is done. The scene is even better on the dark nights. One can stand on top of the hotel’s rooftop and observe the scene. The hotels within the Central Business District would provide the best view for such people. Skyscanner lists Four Seasons Hotel Singapore and Shangri-La Hotel Singapore as the most preferred hotels especially for those who may need to watch the Flyer in the dark from the comfort of their rooms.
The people are very friendly and speak English quite well. Can roam easily because public transport, like their MRT, is so accessible. Food is great, lots of choices in hawker centers, mall food courts, etc. I love Singapore!
I can come to this country couple times a year and never get bored :). And i will come again and again
Changi cove, nestled in the eastern region of Singapore, has great hawkers markets, cafes and restaurants.
I loved it because of the diversity there, though I am a tourist I somehow feel that I belong. And their public transportation is top notch! Will definitely be back in Singapore.