Singapore Tourism – Best Hotels, Attractions and Sightseeing

 Singapore has reinvented itself as one of the world’s hot-list destinations. The world’s aspiring “City in a Garden” is an unexpected wonderland for fans of all things green and natural. Singapore may be one of the most expensive countries to visit in Southeast Asia, but there are plenty of free things to see and do to ease the pressure on your wallet.


Best Time to Visit Singapore

True to its location in Southeast Asia, Singapore generally remains hot and humid all year round.

July-September: While tourists visit throughout the year, the festive season is a great time to explore the many facets of Singapore, especially around July when the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival take place.

February-April: The months between the summers and winters are quite pleasant. Plenty of outdoor activities become available then.

November-January: The wettest months are between November and January, when showers can last for long periods of time, while the hottest months are May and June.

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Best Luxury Hotels
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Best Standard Hotels
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Best Budget Hotels
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Things to Do in Singapore

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  • Singapore Zoo
  • Merlion Park
  • Jurong Bird Park
  • Malaysia Singapore Delight With Cruise
  • Singapore Night Safari
  • Singapore Flyer
  • Duck Tour
  • Singapore History Museum
  • Gardens by the Bay
  • Sentosa Island
  • Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum
  • Thian Hock Keng Temple
  • St. Andrew’s Cathedral
  • Sri Thendayuthapani Temple
  • Helix Bridge
  • Yueh Hai Ching Temple (Temple of Love)
  • Peranakan Museum
  • Istana
  • Malay Heritage Centre
  • Cathedral of the Good Shepherd
  • Temple of 1000 Lights Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya
  • River Safari
  • Civilian War Memorial
  • Red Dot Design Museum
  • Memories at Old Ford Factory
  • Flower dome
  • Reflections at Bukit Chandu
  • Kuan Yin Thong Hood Cho Temple
  • Singapore Discovery Centre
  • Science Centre Singapore
  • Tiger Brewery
  • Raffles Landing Site
  • Bollywood Veggies
  • Singapore Philatelic Museum
  • Singapore Turf Club
  • Singapore Cricket Club
  • Marina Barrage
  • Singapore Art Museum
  • Henderson Waves
  • Padang
  • Sri Mariamman Temple
  • Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
  • MacRitchie Nature Trail
  • Kranji War Memorial

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  • Baba House
  • Armenian Church
  • Urban Fairways
  • ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
  • Central Fire Station
  • Singapore City Gallery
  • Kusu Island
  • Downtown East
  • Cavenagh Bridge
  • Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
  • Hort Park
  • Labrador Park
  • Haw Par Villa
  • Pasir Ris Park
  • Parkview Square
  • Esplanade Park
  • Chinese and Japanese Gardens
  • Fort Canning Park
  • Mount Faber
  • Omni Theatre and Planetarium
  • Sultan Mosque
  • Jurong East Swimming Complex
  • Changi Chapel and Museum
  • S E A Aquarium
  • Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Temple
  • Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
  • Adventure Cove Waterpark
  • Asian Civilisations Museum
  • Yixing Xuan Teahouse
  • Clarke Quay
  • Wild Wild Wet
  • Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple
  • Chijmes
  • National Orchid Garden
  • The Southern Ridges
  • Marina Bay Sands Skypark
  • City Hall
  • Mint Museum of Toys
  • Ode To Art Contemporary
  • Marina Bay Golf Course
  • Singapore Botanic Gardens
  • Chinatown Heritage Centre
  • China Square Central
  • Universal Studios


 How To Reach Singapore

By Air

Changi Airport is one of Asia’s best-connected airports and is an important hub for international aviation. Being an important gateway to Southeast Asia, mostly all major international airlines fly into Singapore. There is regular air traffic from Singapore to several destinations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and North America. Regularly voted the world’s best airport, its facilities include a gym, several gardens, an outdoor pool, free internet, cafes and plenty of shops.

By Train

Singapore is connected to Malaysia, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur by rail, with a route to Bangkok. There are three trains per day, including a sleeper. Trains depart from and arrive at the Tanjong Pagar MRT station Singapore.

By Road/Self Drive

Singapore has two causeways that connect the island to Malaysia and the mainland of Asia. There are regular bus services from 5 am to midnight. Buses are operated by SBS and Causeway Link, with the latter being significantly faster.

By Water

Singapore is increasingly being used as a base for cruises throughout South East Asia. Being an island country, Singapore offers regular ferry services to Tanjung Belungkor in Malaysia and Riau Islands in Indonesia. Star cruises offer an experience of a lifetime and are a great way to reach Singapore.

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