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Most popular areas in Singapore for 5-star hotels

Singapore has a well-deserved reputation as a luxury destination, and that means you’ll have no trouble finding exclusive 5-star hotels. Many are concentrated in the downtown area near Marina Bay with its sparkling steel-like forest of soaring skyscrapers. The area also features the sprawling Gardens by the Bay, a magical green space with tall vertical gardens offering spectacular city and waterfront views. You’ll find more high-end 5-star hotels where you can truly indulge yourself just to the north of Downtown, on or near the main tree-shaded thoroughfare of Orchard Road.

Top 5-star hotels in Singapore

Set in a stunning 26-story, circular building with 769 rooms, the Fairmont Singapore has elegant, contemporary interiors. The outdoor pool features traditional Asian styling and the hotel offers a full-service luxury spa. The Carlton Hotel Singapore’s 940 rooms feature stylish decor and are equipped with the latest technology. Dining options include authentic Cantonese dishes at Wah Lok and French patisserie at Tuxedo. Swissotel The Stamford occupies a 741-foot-tall tower offering magnificent city views. The stylish hotel has no less than 15 restaurants serving everything from Japanese to Italian classics.

Where to find the best restaurants in Singapore

In Singapore, food’s a way of life, and you’ll find everything in the city from top-end Michelin-starred restaurants to hawker centers – large, informal food courts serving Chinese, Indonesian, and other Asian cuisines from a multitude of stalls. For classy restaurants, the Marina Bay and Downtown districts are the places to go, with eateries offering everything from fine French haute cuisine to authentic Thai, Turkish, and Spanish food. Two of the best hawker centers, meanwhile, can be found on Maxwell Road in Chinatown and at the Tiong Bahru Market on Seng Poh Road.

The most popular things to do in Singapore

The Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was founded in 1859. Its 74 hectares include themed gardens, a rainforest area, and the National Orchid Garden, a riot of exotic blooms. Dotted amongst the trees and lawns, you’ll find many unexpected and intriguing sculptures. The Asian Civilisations Museum in the Colonial District is a treasure house of artworks and artifacts from across Asia. The museum is set in a splendid building from 1865 that once housed the British colonial offices. The quirky Musical Box Museum is a real delight with exhibits including everything from elaborate 19th-century machines to musical teddy bears.

Best ways to get around Singapore

Singapore has an excellent transport infrastructure making it easy to breeze around the city by public transport. Get yourself an EZ-link electronic travel card from one of the many sales points. You can top up the card as you need to and it’s valid on the MRT subway service and on buses. Taxis are widely available and you can flag one down on the street or find one at a taxi rank. If you have a smartphone with you, you can also use the city’s Uber cab service or its Southeast Asian rival, Grab.

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