With its dizzying range of hotels and resorts, Singapore caters to all types of visitor preferences, from breathtaking luxury hotels to deluxe boutiques and best-value budget hotels.
Modern, super-efficient with first-class hotels, world-class cultural events, dozens of nightclubs, ultimate shopping-it’s a local pastime-superb food, the Lion City roars with activities to keep any visit sensational.
GREAT FOR: Shopping, Food, Nightlife
WHEN TO GO: The best time to go is, well, pretty much anytime—the equatorial weather varies little from month to month—around 31 degrees during the day and 24 at night—and is usually always humid. November to January are the wettest months, but it tends to rain other months as well, while from March to September there is a lack of refreshing breezes.
On the crossroads of Asia, Singapore’s multicultural cuisine is a strong highlight and definitely makes it one of the culinary capitals of the region. With its Chinese, Indian, Malay and Western influences, you will be treated to a lip-smacking experience.
A shopper’s paradise, the Lion City can make die-hard shopaholics go weak in their knees. Prepare to be enticed by the razzle-dazzle of ultra-luxury malls, smooth elegance of fine boutique galleries and the suave urban style of young hip outlets.
Not exactly sterile, Singapore’s popular and sophisticated nightlife has largely come on its own in the last few years. Led by superclub Zouk, one of the world’s top nightclubs, this city-state is looming large in the global entertainment arena.
Blessed with the presence of countless ultramodern hotels and resorts, Singapore’s luxury opulent spas are like none other. If being pampered and spoiled by pleasant, courteous therapists is your thing, then welcome to the experience of a lifetime.