Located directly on Orchard Road, the Hilton Singapore has a perfect location with easy access to Singapore's best shopping, dining and attractions.
Experience award-winning service and personalized touch at the Conrad Centennial Singapore hotel.
Welcome to Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre, formerly known as Holiday Inn Park View Singapore,in the heart of downtown Singapore!
Holiday Inn Atrium is situated in the cross road of Havelock and Outram, with easy access to Shenton Way Financial district and express ways to the North, West and East.
The only world class hotel in Singapore to preserve Peranakan artistry in a shophouse-style setting.
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by Megan Collins, May 25, 2012 | Singapore News
This is a great place to see a wide range of horticulture. Bay South the newest addition is the largest waterfront garden in the world. Here you will see Supertrees, which are 16- story tall vertical gardens that show you a bird’s eye view of the entire garden. Nightly there is a Supertree Light and Sound Show. Bay East is filled with pretty pavilions and lush lawns. Continue reading...
From small beginnings as a little fishing village and then an important trading post for the British until gaining independence in the 1960s, the vibrant city-state of Singapore located at the gateway of Malaysia has since developed into a world-class modern city.
This vibrant metropolis is categorized by a skyline dominated by many high-rise skyscrapers, a cosmopolitan mix of cultures, languages and exotic cuisine styles, peoples from across Asia and some of the world's most well known shopping streets. The colonial past is still very much in evidence with fabulous broad tree-lined avenues and gracious colonial buildings along the River. Here too are some of the iconic Singapore hotels which captured the imagination of famous authors such as Joseph Conrad and Somerset Maugham and continue to delight modern visitors today.
Located only 70 miles from the Equator and linked by two land crossing to mainland Malaysia, the island-state offers a tropical climate of lovely warm winter days and hot, wet humid summers. This is one of Asia's wealthiest cities, a thriving business and financial hub and a melting pot of cultures from India, Malaysia, Asia and China. Also known as the "Garden City"as the city is full of parks and gardens with the famous Birkit Timah Nature Reserve only a few kilometers from the city center boasting a greater floral diversity that the whole of the American continent.
The downtown center is the hub of the city where famous Orchard Road and surrounding streets are packed with an array of shops, mega-malls, street-side vendors, restaurants and pubs. From designer boutiques to knock-off shops, souvenirs, antiques, books and consumer electronics there is so much to choose from. The national pastime is eating and the selection and diversity of cuisine-styles makes for a gourmet vacation. Enjoy the mix of Chinese, Thai and Malay cooking in dishes such as chili crab, satay with peanut butter sauce and Laksa, a fragrant coconut-based, curry-flavored noodle soup. Follow dinner with a night out on the town in one of the many clubs along the three Quays of Riverside.