Shangri-La Singapore | Singapore | If Only

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This delightful hotel resides within 15 acres of tropical gardens filled with cascading waterfalls, colourful koi ponds, lush flowers and plants yet is only a short distance from the bustle of Orchard Road. Regularly found occupying the top spot of ‘best hotel in the world’ lists, the Shangri-La Singapore offers exceptional levels of luxury and service and is the place where the story of legendary Asian hospitality began. 792 stunning rooms and suites are housed in three distinctive wings; the Tower Wing, offering contemporary style, the Garden Wing; tranquil and calm and the ultra-luxury of the Valley Wing. The beautiful, swimming pool is surrounded by tropical foliage and a haven during steamy afternoons, by night it becomes the setting of a magical light display. Whilst the cuisine in Singapore is legendary, the dining options at the Shangri-La are equally impressive and includes fine dining Cantonese and Japanese, a superb Italian, an elegant afternoon tea and an incredible buffet that quite literally takes you around the globe mouthful by delicious mouthful. When the myriad attractions of Singapore threaten to overwhelm, this remarkable hotel offers sanctuary and place where you can relax and unwind. Chi, the Spa offers a wealth of treatments and there’s a fully equipped fitness centre, steam room and sauna and three tennis courts.


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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 792 rooms and suites


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Singapore Changi Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 13 hours from the UK

Time difference

GMT +8


Approximately 25 minute drive from the airport


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.