3 Mar 2020 - 4 Mar 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Whether you're visiting the Lion City for business or pleasure, you'll find Singapore hotels to match your price range. Most hotels are found in the central areas, but researching Singapore's neighbourhoods could give you an idea of which area suits you best.
From luxury rooms at Marina Bay and Clarke Quay to cheap hotels in Chinatown and Little India, read our neighbourhood guide for some ideas of where to stay. Compare prices from leading hotels in Singapore on Skyscanner to save more on your trip.
A large ship supported by three towers, Marina Bay Sands casino and resort is one of Singapore's most distinctive landmarks, alongside the equally distinctive Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and the towering Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel and opposite the Merlion statue around the edge of Marina Bay. It's just a short walk from here to the modern CBD, heritage buildings of the Civic District and nightlife at Clarke Quay.
If you're in Singapore for the shopping, you won't want to miss Orchard Road. Frequented by the rich and famous, this attractive street is flanked by giant malls on both sides, filled with designer brands and independent boutiques with fine dining to match. Explore the side streets to see a more rustic side of Orchard with cheap street eats and bars.
Singapore's dedicated resort island, Sentosa can be accessed by cable car, monorail or footbridge from the city centre. Its relatively small area is packed with attractions that can fill several days, including Universal Studios Singapore, Madame Tussauds, the world's largest aquarium, a golf course, artificial beach and Resorts World Sentosa Casino.
Is it your first time in Singapore? Make sure you don't miss the essential sights and experiences, from heritage sites to the best local food joints, by reading Skyscanner's first-timer's guide to Singapore.
Singapore is one of the world's most expensive cities, especially compared with its Southeast Asian neighbours, but some of its best experiences are free. This includes the 82-hectare Botanic Gardens, the spectacular Gardens by the Bay and taking in the view from the Marina Bay Sands Boardwalk, most breathtaking at sunset.
Singapore is a cultural melting pot, so you never have to wait long before another colourful festival hits the streets. These include the Hindu Thaipusam festival in January, Chinese New Year, Buddhist Vesak Day in May, Dragon Boat Festival in June, Hari Raya Haji in September and Christmas in December.
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Please note: all information is correct as of March 2019.
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!
I can come to this country couple times a year and never get bored :). And i will come again and again