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Marina Bay Sands
215 reviews
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Raffles Hotel Singapore
48 reviews
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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
32 reviews
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The Fullerton Bay Hotel
18 reviews
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Swissotel The Stamford
22 reviews
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Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
18 reviews
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Straight-laced, clean, and sophisticated, Singapore is the most “Westernized” country in Southeast Asia. And with over 5.4 million inhabitants (of which nearly half are expats), nearly 16 million tourists each year, and more than 80,000 international students studying abroad (not to mention 5,000 students who cross in daily from Malaysia), it is the most visited destination in Asia. Some of its famously strict laws include prohibition of feeding monkeys, spitting gum, or trafficking drugs, and these laws speak for themselves: Singapore enjoys some of the cleanest air, lowest drug crime rates, and highest quality of living in the world. With a melting pot culture, renowned dining and cuisines, and world-famous shopping, the “city-state” has plenty of appeal for every visitor.

Singapore Hotels
Hotels in Singapore tend to lean toward the luxurious and business-friendly end, to cater to the majority of weekly international tourism. The Grand Hyatt, Ritz-Carlton, and Shangri-La are all suitable locales, and all near some of Singapore’s biggest attractions. The Stamford Swissôtel is right in the heart of the city with iconic views over Marina Bay, and the Raffles Hotel is a historic hotel with butler service right on Boat Quay. Studio M Hotel is a stylish design hotel with work desks and free Internet, making it a top choice for business travelers. In contrast, the Capella Hotel is a secluded resort with gorgeous swimming pools and spectacular sunsets - but it’s a bit of a drive from the main drag, making it inconvenient for those on business.

While Singapore isn’t cheap, there are still plenty of lodging options available for those on a budget. The Betel Box Hostel is a favorite for backpackers, with an in-house bistro, fitness center, and organized tours like a food walk. Likewise, the much-loved Wink Hostel provides a bit of luxury to tightwad backpackers with private pod dorms and a 3D TV in the lounge. The V Hotel Lavender is perfect for art and design lovers, families, and travelers with every range of budget: it features over 800 guestrooms and sits right atop one of the main transit stations in the city.

Things To Do
Shopping and dining are perhaps the best and easiest things to do in Singapore. Orchard Road is the Champs-Élysees of the city, with luxury shops, restaurants, and hotels all along its nearly 4-mile long boulevard. After a day of fine shopping you’ll sleep well at Orchard Hotel, with poolside breakfast and a dinner buffet. The world-famous food scene is well worth a taste: whether it’s dim sum at hawkers’ stalls on the street, or oyster omelettes and clay pot seafood in sit-down restaurants, you’re sure to indulge in this eclectic blend of Chinese, Malay, and Indian cuisines.

Don’t miss Chinatown, one of the largest and oldest in the world, where you can taste traditional Chinese dishes, enjoy a cup at one of many tea houses, or shop authentic silks and fabrics at the night markets. Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple, is located here as well. Hang your hat at the beautiful Scarlet Hotel, a charming boutique hotel in the heart of the quarter.

Stroll along the waterfront and pause for a glance at the Merlion (a strange half lion-half fish sculpture), take a ride on the giant Singapore Flyer, visit the Singapore Zoo and Botanic Gardens, and explore Clarke Quay, a kaleidoscopic array of shopfronts, food stalls, and craftsmen displays. For a venture outside the city, ferry out to Sentosa, a resort island with sandy beaches, pubs, and a theme park called Underwater World, perfect for the kids.
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Orchard Road
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