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In one of the most densely populated places on earth Raffles gives you room to relax and enjoy your stay in Singapore. Its collection of old world charm and fantastic hospitality, where nothing is too much trouble and they make you feel at home, are the reasons I love Raffles so much. This is my ...
26 May - 27 May
As with most hotels in Chinatown, it is small, but how much room do you need. Spotlessly clean, fuss free check in and although on the corner of two main roads it was very quite. The upside of these types of hotels is that families tend not to stay there, so no noisy kids running up and down the ...
5 Jun. - 6 Jun.
I liked where it was in the city. It's restaurants can be expensive though.
29 May - 30 May
Well positioned right in the heart of Orchard Road close to transport. Staff went out of their way to accomodate our requests including leaving a birthday cake in our room, late check out and made a room available for us to have a late shower before flying out.
19 Jun. - 20 Jun.
The So Sofitel is very central to MRT and that makes it easy to get around Singapore. Also it is next to the Hawker Market that is famous for satay and is the centre of activity every night! The staff were extremely helpful with advice, assistance and generally very friendly. We stayed in a So Urban ...
17 Jun. - 18 Jun.
We had a few issues with our room but these were quickly sorted out. Check in was fast as was check out.
2 Jun. - 3 Jun.
Different experience, very relaxing and excellent service. Hotel room is not to big that we expected. Don't have sofa to sit in the room.
20 Jun. - 21 Jun.
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Were you born to fly? You can at least pretend with a stop at the Singapore Flyer, a 165m observation wheel near the city’s downtown waterfront. Head across the Helix Bridge, made to look like a strand of DNA, to visit the Gardens by the Bay, home to the solar-powered Supertrees. If you’ve somehow managed not to see them online, you’re in for a treat (and so are all your social media followers).
To get away from the hustle and bustle, Singapore hotels near the North-South light rail line (yes, that’s what it’s called) make it easy to head north to the zoo. Check out the impressive schnozzes on the proboscis monkeys, whose status in the pack is determined by the size of their sniffers. Contemplate that fact as you walk through the wildflowers and ponds at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park before heading back to your Singapore accommodation.
You’ll touch down on the east side of the island at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). Skip the direct rides—that’s no fun. Check out accommodation in Kuala Lumpur, an hour flight north, and plan on a layover to extend your exploration. Once you’ve reached your final destination, you’ll find the Singapore railway system is more than enough to get around. Take the East-West Line from the airport, connect with other lines downtown, and voila!
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