Capella Singapore

Leisurely meander up a knoll and gaze beyond at the South China Sea. Here, discover a modern classic surrounded by thirty acres of tropical garden. Enter a world of your own where you experience the celebration of old world charm and traditions with the...

The St. Regis Singapore

Superbly located in the heart of prestigious downtown, the St. Regis is Singapore’s most eminent address, where unsurpassed luxury resides. A gleaming landmark of exquisite ambience, the hotel houses one of Asia’s finest private art collections. Take in...

Mandarin Oriental Singapore

The Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, is one of the city’s most luxurious hotels and features an impressive, newly designed atrium lobby with 527 rooms and suites, four executive floors and a premium Oriental Club Lounge. All guestrooms offer spectacular views...

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Raffles Hotel is one of Singapore's most graceful landmarks. More legend than hotel, this luxury Singapore hotel celebrates a tradition of unwavering service excellence spanning more than 120 years. Immortalized in the novels of Somerset Maugham and...

About Singapore

The Merlion, one of the most evocative of sculptures is to be found in the City of Singapore. It is a mythical beast with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, but there is nothing mythical about Singapore itself, other than the magic this small country weaves on all its visitors.

There is one main island and 63 minor islands, with a constant temperature year round, making it an equatorial climate being only 85 miles north of the Equator itself.

There is a wealth of sights for the visitor to visit, one of which is the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Open from 5am until midnight, you can walk around the 130 acre site and smell the fragrances of stunning roses and the ginger plant, amongst others. There is a stunning collection of orchids in the National Orchid Garden, and it is well worth taking a camera as no-one will believe the varieties and colours which you have seen.

The garden in its original form was designed by Sir Stamford Raffles, who is most famous for the hotel of that name, on Beach Road, and where you can still order a Singapore Sling cocktail in the Long Bar! There is also a museum in the hotel which is filled with items from round the world that have been returned including photographs, menus and silverware and china, all from a bygone era, showing the hotel as it once was.

Another unbelievable place is the world-renowned Zoo, which can be visited on a Night Safari. Here, from twilight into darkness, you will see and hear many animals from different geographic locations such as the jungle, pampas, rainforest and savannah all preparing themselves in a cacophony of sound, for the night.

Finally, let’s not forget the shopping. Singapore is one of the places to go for out-of-this world shopping malls, selling everything from jewellery to furniture, clothes to computers. Orchard Road and Vivo City, amongst many others, should satisfy the most ardent of shoppers, from those on a budget to those with bottomless bank accounts.

The St. Regis Singapore

Superbly located in the heart of prestigious downtown, the St. Regis is Singapore’s most eminent address, where unsurpassed luxury resides. A gleaming landmark of exquisite ambience, the hotel houses one of Asia’s finest private art collections. Take in...

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Mandarin Oriental Singapore

The Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, is one of the city’s most luxurious hotels and features an impressive, newly designed atrium lobby with 527 rooms and suites, four executive floors and a premium Oriental Club Lounge. All guestrooms offer spectacular views...

read more

Raffles Hotel Singapore

Raffles Hotel is one of Singapore's most graceful landmarks. More legend than hotel, this luxury Singapore hotel celebrates a tradition of unwavering service excellence spanning more than 120 years. Immortalized in the novels of Somerset Maugham and...

read more

Capella Singapore

Leisurely meander up a knoll and gaze beyond at the South China Sea. Here, discover a modern classic surrounded by thirty acres of tropical garden. Enter a world of your own where you experience the celebration of old world charm and traditions with the...

read more
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