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Both a city and a country, Singapore is unique in Southeast Asia and has plenty to offer beyond its world-leading airport. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, Singapore is easy to get around thanks to the MRT metro, so you'll never be far from the sights wherever you're staying in the Lion City.
From shimmering Marina Bay, Orchard Road to Chinatown and Little India, each of Singapore's neighbourhoods has its own personality and there's a price range to suit every budget. Read more about the different areas and compare prices for the best hotels in Singapore with Skyscanner Australia.
The heart of Singapore, Marina Bay is a popular hangout for locals and visitors, right next to the skyscrapers of the CBD. Stroll around the edge of the bay to see the famous Merlion statue, Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel, Esplanade theatres and luxury Marina Bay Sands casino and resort, and don't miss the free light show in the evening. Staying in Marina Bay isn't for everyone though, with some of the most expensive hotels in Singapore.
Shopping is the main pastime in Singapore and Orchard Road is at the heart of it. For fashion, the ION Orchard, 313@Somerset and Paragon malls have the world's finest designer and high-street labels, Ngee Ann City houses the famous Takashimaya Food Village and department store, and Tanglin Shopping Centre has more traditional handmade crafts. Orchard Road hotels tend to be pricey, but is worth a stroll, and you can find cheaper options down the side streets.
An entire island devoted to leisure, Sentosa is connected to the main island by a footbridge, monorail and cable car and has attractions aimed at all ages – from a Universal Studios theme park to the Resorts World Sentosa Casino. Other highlights include the world's largest aquarium, a man-made beach and an even larger Merlion, with resort accommodation targeted at mid-to-high-end travellers and families.
If you're bored of shopping and fancy restaurants, there's more to see in Singapore. Read Skyscanner's guide to track down hidden gems off the beaten track.
Singapore is a melting pot, and its Chinatown is the best place to experience traditional Chinese culture in the city, with the occasional Hindu temple and mosque reflecting the country's intrinsic diversity. Walking down its colourful shopping streets and visiting temples and pagodas offers a more traditional Asian experience than the air-conditioned shopping malls.
The hub of Singapore's nightlife, Clarke Quay has upscale restaurants and nightclubs where affluent locals and international visitors mix freely on the banks of the Singapore River.
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Please note: all information is correct as of April 2019.
The F1 is a must in September, also the history museum by fort canning is a*
Small country with excellent public transportations. You won’t get lost with their great buses and MRT trains. Very safe and clean. Good food, good attractions. And they have Universal Studios. Woohoo!
a lot of public transportion access so you may have a such enjoyable trip with no worries
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!