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Singapore, a city-state in the middle of Southeast Asia, has grown into an international and sophisticated metropolis, but that doesn’t mean it is without a certain charm, especially within its varying neighbourhoods.

Despite its rather sterile reputation as a layover destination, it has a great number of attractions that has people coming back to this city for a second look. Visit its temples, wander around its colonial architecture, or enjoy the glass-faceted brilliance of its modern skyline.

Where should you stay in Singapore?

Singapore isn’t large, and the transport here is world-class. The MRT trains will take you to almost anywhere in the city; you just need to grab an EZ-Link travel card, which is reloadable from any of the stations around the city.

Little India

If Singapore is just a stopover on your itinerary and you don’t have a huge budget, this is the place to stay. It has hostels, but also plenty of reasonable hotels that are quirky and fun without straining your wallet too much. As this is Little India, expect to be charmed by the colourful shops and temples that punctuate the area, just don’t forget to take advantage of the delicious cuisine on offer here.

The Colonial District

This is the neighbourhood you have to stay in if you want to feel swept up in the Neoclassical style of the Colonial settlers of Singapore.  However, the experience isn’t cheap, the hotels here are stunning and first class. If you can swing it, stay in Raffles, the quintessential Singaporean Colonial hotel, complete with opulent rooms, deluxe service and plush bars that were the first to serve the famous Singapore Sling.

Chinatown

Chinatown and nearby Boat Quay are great if you want a little bit of everything. There are bars and restaurants galore, and great transport links, but one of the best things about this part of town is the variety of accommodation. You can find hi-tech hostels, charming guesthouses, and luxury hotels like the Fullerton. A fail-safe neighbourhood.

Marina Bay

This is the flashy side of Singapore, mostly frequented with 4 and 5 star hotels, you need to have fairly deep pockets to stay in Marina Bay. If you do you’ll find that the area doesn’t hold that much interest, but the hotels are cities within themselves. Staying here will afford you with some of the best views of the city’s skyline, and a premier service from some of the most exclusive hotels in the world.