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Where to stay in Singapore
For an island no bigger than some lakes in the world, Singapore provides visitors with opportunities for sightseeing, partying, comfortable accommodation and most importantly, eating. The experiences you will want to enjoy in this Garden City include having family fun at the beaches and resorts, exploring the culture and history behind old structures and intensive retail therapy in some of the most concentrated shopping hotspots available. Although the prices in Singapore can scare off many people, there are many affordable options available. There are also many activities that can be done that are free or cheaper.
Accommodations in Singapore
There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Singapore is the Dream Lodge, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Adamson Lodge – Hostel in Singapore as it has been reserved 5 times.
Sightseeing in Singapore
Visitors with an interest in diverse cultures should explore the various religious sites and neighborhoods that cater to various races. The Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery near Ang Mo Kio, the colourful Sri Mariamman Hindu temple in Chinatown and the stately Masjid Sultan in Arab street are just some of the religious sites worth visiting. As you explore further, you will find several religions and races can be found in respectable numbers, all co-existing on a tiny island. Shoppers looking for a challenge will be surprised at the number of retail hotspots in Singapore. The Mecca of shopping is found in Orchard Road, where shopping malls compete with one another by providing wide varieties of clothing brands, not to mention several choices of restaurants serving all sorts of cuisines.
Transportation in Singapore
Changi International Airport (SIN) is served by several international airlines. Those coming in by car can cross the border between Malaysia and Singapore, though it can get very congested during peak hours. Getting into the city areas can be done via train or MRT, which provides excellent access to all the four corners of the island.
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