Slick and polished, Singapore fuses stylish modernity with its colonial heritage, and serves as a superb destination for stopovers en route to Australia and other parts of South East Asia. Today however, this futuristic urban playground delivers much more than convenience – the shadows of its towering skyscrapers concealing a whole collection of discoveries for discerning travellers and food lovers.

Thanks to its diverse population of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian heritage, you’ll find a melting pot of ethnic influence; from vibrant Chinatown, to charismatic Little India, or the modern waterfront complex, which together offer an exciting menu of restaurant choices. Stroll the Orchard Road and inspect its affluent designer boutiques, or drift along the Singapore River in a traditional bumboat - originally used to transport rice. Then you can roam the trendy Esplanade lining the river, before dining on the famous chilli crab in a rooftop restaurant to fully appreciate the illuminated Singapore skyline.

Whether it’s for short stopovers, or luxury city breaks, make the most of your time in this slick metropolis and take a look at some of our top luxury hotels in Singapore, renowned as some of the world’s finest.

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It’s ethnic diversity. Sauntering through the atmospheric streets of Chinatown, the charismatic lanes of Little India and the traditional alleys of the Arab Quarter reveals the extent of Singapore’s rich ethnic heritage: a result of its broad immigration history.

Its food. Being a national pastime; eating is a huge part of the culture in Singapore. Delight in the street food of the ethnic quarters, feast on the trademark chilli crab at the Marina, or treat yourself to high tea at the famous Raffles Hotel.

Its skyline. Whether it’s from the SkyPark atop the 57-storey Marina Bay Sands hotel, or on board the Singapore Flyer - the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, the dazzling vistas of the Singapore metropolis are matchless.

It’s biodiversity. Singapore has been dubbed the up-and-coming botanical capital of the world. Marvel at its 50-metre steel trees protruding from the Gardens By The Bay, admire the beautiful orchid displays at Singapore’s impressive botanical gardens, or retreat to the island’s core to explore a rare patch of primary forest.

It’s shopping. Splurging on some designer garments from the Orchard Road boutiques is a pleasant requirement when in Singapore. Alternatively, hunt for a bargain at the textile stores, leather shops and perfume stalls of the vibrant Arab Quarter – a rare pocket of traditional Singapore.



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