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This progressive island nation and gateway to Southeast Asia is a dynamic mix of cultures, ideas and histories. Astounding 21st Century architecture, colonial buildings, Chinese and Indian temples, bazaars, flea markets, street vendors, churches and mosques all seem to find space to flourish between the numerous green spaces and parks. Perfect for a stopover and even better for a longer stay.

 

We currently feature 13 luxury hotels and villas in Singapore

 
Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore

Sentosa Island, Singapore

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Colonial charm merged with contemporary chic, this striking resort on the fringes of the South China Sea is here to impress. A family friendly beach steps away completes the perfect picture in this tropical retreat.

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Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore

Sentosa Island, Singapore

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A signature Shangri La welcome awaits at this beachfront hotel. Sandy shores and the largest freeform pool in Singapore guarantee beach and aquatic fun. Spacious rooms set in lush surrounds, exquisite dining options and the Chi spa set the backdrop for a relaxing break in the island nation of Singapore.

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The Barracks Hotel Sentosa

The Barracks Hotel Sentosa

Sentosa Island, Singapore

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The Barracks Hotel at Sentosa takes guests back to a cherished time of romance and charm offering exquisite service with attention to every detail and an overall timeless experience.

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Fairmont Singapore

Fairmont Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

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Located in the heart of the lion city and ideally situated at the crossroads of Singapore’s central business districts.

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Furama RiverFront

Furama RiverFront

Singapore, Singapore

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A stylish hotel with prime city location awaits. With dining to excite you and facilities to impress you, take in the wonders of Singapore from this quality property.

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JEN Singapore Orchardgateway By Shangri-La

JEN Singapore Orchardgateway By Shangri-La

Singapore, Singapore

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Contemporary chic hotel with rooftop views perfectly positioned on one of the best shopping streets in Singapore

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JEN Singapore Tanglin By Shangri-La

JEN Singapore Tanglin By Shangri-La

Singapore, Singapore

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With its own entrance into Tanglin Shopping Mall and regular shuttles to Orchard Road shopping district, shoppers will love Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

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Architecturally impressive, this fan shaped hotel occupies a prime location along Marina Bay. Relax in stylish surrounds with postcard perfect views of the ocean, bay or the city beyond.

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Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay

Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay

Singapore, Singapore

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An award-winning hotel in the heart of the Marina Bay City, Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay is located close to the Marina Square Shopping Mall and boasts outstanding views of the bay.

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Quincy Hotel

Quincy Hotel

Singapore, Singapore

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Quirky and cool with stunning city views, the Quincy Hotel promises a stylish stay with easy access to the retail heart of Singapore.

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Highlights

Traditionally a stopover on a long haul flight, Singapore is a destination in its own right.

Explore Singapore's main attractions

A relaxing cruise along the Singapore River that offers scenic views of the city's colonial buildings and its modern skyscrapers can be combined with an extravagant afternoon tea in the Tiffin Room at the 19th Century Raffles Hotel or at Ah Teng's Bakery. And of course, no visit to Singapore is complete without a cocktail at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel, where visitors are encouraged to drop peanut shells on the floor, just as Somerset Maugham and Rudyard Kipling would have done "back in the day".

Explore Singapore's main attractions
Nocturnal night safari

Nocturnal night safari

The Night Safari is a must-see. Using special lighting techniques and set in lush rainforest, the world’s first night zoo reveals what over 2500 nocturnal animals from 130 species get up to after dusk, in naturalistic habitats and without barriers. To see the zoo, take a 50 minute tram ride and observe lions gnawing on their dinners, mountain deer in striking poses and a rhino taking a bath. At designated points, visitors can disembark the tram to follow four walking trails in order to get closer to flying squirrels, dangling bats and a leopard or two.

Dine in the clouds

Rooftop bars in Singapore are a hot topic, each of them offering something different. 1-Altitude is 63 storeys up at One Raffles Place and is both the highest and one of the swankiest place to drink. CE LA VI, at the top of Marina Bay Sands Complex, has separate zones including a restaurant, chill-out lounge and a poolside terrace, while LeVel 33 is the highest microbrewery in the world, with stunning views of Marina Bay, house-brewed craft beers and gourmet-style pub grub. Cover charges may apply but the views make it worth it.

Dine in the clouds
Super Sentosa Island

Super Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is where the city comes to play. Theme and water parks, the S.E.A aquarium, beaches, Sentosa Golf Club and much more just 15 minutes away from the city centre on a monorail ride or on the cable car from Harbourfront.

Useful Information

When To Visit

Being in the tropics and hot and humid, there isn’t a particular season that’s better for sightseeing in Singapore, with fairly consistent weather year round and not much of a difference between the wet season and the slightly drier summer season. In May and June, the heat is at its peak and there may be haze from the forest clearing fires in Sumatra.

Location

Southeast Asia, lying between Malaysia and Indonesia

Size

683 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +8

Telephone code

+65

Visa

UK passport holders do not require a visa if travelling on holiday and staying less than 30 days, visitors holding other passports should check the visa requirements with the nearest Singapore diplomatic mission

Currency

Singapore Dollar

Tipping

It's not customary to tip taxi drivers, tour guides or staff at hotels and spas (other than porters). Some restaurants add a service charge or gratuity to the final bill, but if tipping a waiter for particular service it is best to hand them cash directly

Vaccinations

None are compulsory, however as conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Singapore on gov.uk.

Flying time

Approximately 13 hours from the UK

Electricity

The power supply is 220-240v - the UK 3-pin plug is commonly used, so adaptors are not required

Tourist office

Singapore Tourism Board

Language

Malay, Mandarin and Tamil, although English is widely spoken

Smoking

Smoking is banned in many public places, on public transport and in pubs, bars, lounges and night clubs (though these can have designated smoking rooms). Discarding cigarette butts is considered littering, which incurs heavy fines