ASIA’S VERTICAL GARDEN CITY
A thriving and prosperous city, Singapore is a small island-nation at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. Contrasting futuristic skyscrapers with hints of British colonial heritage and meticulously landscaped parks, this is an Asian destination like none other.
EXPLORE OUR SINGAPORE
Characterised by its diamond shape and situated at the heart of its neighbouring countries Malaysia and Indonesia, Singapore’s shared history and success is a credit to its peaceful multiracial populous political stability and progressive policies. Despite its small land area, this vertical garden city combines a surprising number of world-class attractions and sights with stunning works of engineering from its transportation system to the towering structures that grace its skyline. Singapore has many attractions in place that will surprise you with engineering wonders that takes travel attractions across time and space.
Classic city tours covering old and new Singapore,charming ethnic enclaves, authentic heritage retreats and picturesque landscaped gardens: there is a multitude of ways guests can experience the sophisticated magic of Singapore.
Singapore for Families
- Drive through old colonial Singapore
- Visit the Merlion Park
- Explore culture-rich Chinatown
- Spot wildlife on a River Safari Adventure
- Be amazed by gardens of the future
Singapore at Leisure
- Leisurely stroll along the clean and green streets
- Discover old and new Singapore
- Learn about the country’s British colonial past
- Visit iconic parks of Singapore
- See the famous Merlion statue
- Discover the Malay & Indian enclaves
- See the majestic Sultan Mosque
- Be amazed by the supertrees of Gardens by the Bay
- Bumboat cruise down Singapore River
- Savour delectable chilli crab
Whether you’re looking for a city-centred hotel, a relaxing beachside getaway or anything in between, we’ve found the very best accommodation to suit your needs and included them in our list of preferred Singapore hotels.
Banyan Tree Bintan
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
The Warehouse Hotel
WHEN TO GO & WEATHER
Situated near the equator, there is no clear-cut wet or dry season in Singapore and intermittent rain is expected every single month. However, the wet or monsoon season usually lasts sometime between November to January.