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- Bugis Street Shopping District
- Singapore National Stadium
- Universal Studios Singapore®
- Marine Life Park
- Siloso Beach
- National Museum of Singapore
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- National University of Singapore
- Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Singapore Expo
- Bugis Junction Shopping Center
- Singapore Flyer
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- Mount Elizabeth Medical Center
Four Star Singapore hotels
Most popular areas in Singapore for 4-star hotelsThe Outram district, just to the west of the central downtown area, is a prime spot for 4-star hotels in Singapore. Outram is a modern area with several municipal buildings and a stop on the MRT subway, Outram Park. Nearby Chinatown has a good selection of 4-star hotels. It’s a lively district, home to many locals, and its buzzing streets are alive with their culture and food in the many restaurants and street stalls. There’s also a clutch of 4-star hotels along the Balestier Road, as it leads north from Downtown.
Top 4-star hotels in SingaporeThe Hotel Park Regis Singapore, on the edge of Downtown, has 202 guestrooms with elegant contemporary styling, and leisure facilities include a 25-meter outdoor lap pool and a fitness center. Set in a stylishly futuristic building, the Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore is a 10-minute cab ride north of Downtown. It boasts free WiFi throughout and a 47-meter rooftop infinity pool with stunning city views. The Swissotel Merchant Court, housed in a building cleverly combining Eastern and Western styling, is a Downtown hotel with its own spa, and pool with an outdoor hot tub.
Where to find the best restaurants in SingaporeFor a cosmopolitan selection of eateries, tour the downtown area. There, you’ll find everything from Turkish to Spanish, and French to Japanese restaurants. If you love Chinese food, then Chinatown beckons with a great choice of restaurants offering menus to suit every wallet. A typically Singaporean dining experience is to be found at the city’s informal hawker centers – these large food courts offer every conceivable kind of Asian food. Try the hawker center at the Tanjong Pagar Plaza Market on the southern edge of Chinatown for an authentic taste of the city.
The most popular things to do in SingaporeGet a flavor of Singapore as it was in colonial times by visiting Baba House, once the home of the family of shipping tycoon Wee Bin. The family was from the Peranakan community, descendants of Chinese immigrants. This carefully conserved property, built in 1890, is filled with elaborate, carved wood and ornate antique furniture. Take a trip to Singapore’s Little India district and visit the 1881 Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, featuring vividly colorful representations of the principal Hindu gods and goddesses. These include the terrifying goddess Kali with her necklace of skulls, and Ganesh, the elephant-headed god. Singapore Zoo, meanwhile, features naturalistic enclosures, and the stars of the show include orangutans, ring-tailed lemurs, and elephants. Children will love its Rainforest Kidzworld, an adventure playground with water fun, pony rides, and farm animals to feed.
Best ways to get around SingaporeSingapore has a reliable bus network as well as an efficient MRT subway system. Sales points at stations and in shops sell EZ-link electronic travel cards, which can be topped up as needed, and are valid on the subway and on buses. Taxis can be flagged down in the street, ordered by phone, or hired at one of the many taxi ranks. You can use your smartphone to hire an Uber cab or one from the company’s Southeast Asian rival, Grab.
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