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What you should know about Financial District Singapore

Singapore’s Financial District is the hub of all financial and commercial activities on the island. Its gleaming skyline is well-known the world over but the district is known for more than just its business activities. Some of the most important landmarks in Singapore can be found here, including Parliament House and The Padang, a cricket ground from colonial times. The views in the Financial District are spectacular, the street food is delicious and a smattering of traditional temples and older colonial buildings contrast dramatically with the glossy skyscrapers.

Hotels in Singapore Financial District

Hotels in Singapore Financial District are light, bright and airy, just like the glass-fronted skyscrapers which dominate here. Four and five star hotels abound, but more basic two and three star options are also available. The area’s wealth is reflected in the beautiful design and high standards of the hotels and hostels in the Singapore Financial District, no matter what their star rating. Hostels such as Quarters and The Port present affordable but stylish options. At the luxury end of the scale, guests can choose from more traditional elegance in options such as the Fullerton and modern design hotels including AMOY and Ascott Raffles Place.

Things to see in Singapore Financial District

Although the financial district is dominated by busy professionals, it is also home to some of Singapore’s most important sights. Named after the founder of Singapore Sir Stamford Raffles, Raffles Place forms the nucleus of the island’s colonial history. Located in the heart of the Financial District, this green square is the epicenter from which the entire district grew. It is a great place to start any tour of the neighborhood and houses some important buildings, including Singapore’s oldest department stores: Robinson’s and John Little. Originally, the Singapore River came right up to the buildings on the South side of Raffles Place, but over the years a number of projects have worked to reclaim land from the river. One of these areas is Marina Bay. Offering high-end shopping, fine dining and immaculate gardens, the Bay shows off the best of the modern Financial District.

Good for business travelers

The Financial District welcomes business travelers from across the Globe and its luxury hotels offer high levels of service and effortless style. Well connected and central, it is the perfect place to hop from hotel to office to sightseeing. A lunchtime walk past the statues of historical figures and the colonial buildings which are scattered around Singapore’s central business hub provides a fascinating introduction to the island’s past, while its docklands and developments show off more recent feats of ingenious modern engineering. Singapore Financial District reviews show an area which is much more than just a commercial hub, but also gives a fascinating insight Singapore’s history and development.

How to get to Singapore Financial District

Travel in Singapore relies on the MRT train system, which connects the various neighborhoods with each other and Changi airport. The Financial District is served by the central City Hall MRT station which is in walking distance of most of the major hotels. Changi airport is a large international hub which connects directly to the public transport system, allowing you to get from your plane to your hotel with relative ease. For those rushing between meetings and business dinners, taxis are cheap and plentiful. The other major form of transport can be found on the water where tour boats and ferries ply their trade, providing travelers with a more laidback method of getting around.

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