Singapore holidays deliver memories to last a lifetime in a true melting pot of cultures.
Whether you’re in search of history and heritage or an adventurer looking for your next adrenaline-fuelled thrill, Singapore delivers in abundance.
Admire futuristic city views with soaring green skyscrapers, savour sparkling fusion flavours and enjoy the vibrant mix of cultures in this unique destination.
This is a city with amazing attractions that will keep you busy for days. Visit Sentosa Island’s theme parks and waterparks, the stunning Gardens by the Bay and innovative cultural monuments such as the ArtScience Museum and the Esplanade Theatre.
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Step back in time to the maritime roots of Singapore or embrace the cutting-edge modernity of this futuristic cityscape.
Wander the East Coast Road, soaking up the history of the brightly painted shophouses, many of which are now home to great restaurants showcasing fabulous Straits Chinese cuisine.
Also known as Peranakan cuisine, expect fabulous dishes such as aromatic laksas and chap chye - deliciously simple stir-fried vegetables.
Stroll around the Kampong Glam district, Singapore’s oldest urban area. Here history and heritage rub shoulders with eclectic boutiques and cultural sites such as the gleaming Sultan Mosque and the fascinating Malay Heritage Centre.
The quirky shops around Haji Lane and the atmospheric night markets are a must for souvenir hunters.
A trip to Singapore wouldn’t be complete without taking in the stunning Gardens by the Bay, right on the waterfront in Marina Bay.
More than 100 hectares of stunning natural beauty are enhanced by the fantastic Supertree Grove which is a sight to behold at dusk when the light show begins.
Don’t miss the Flower Dome or the Cloud Forest where the variety of tropical plants on show is simply incredible.
Make time at sunset for the wonderful views from Bay East Garden. If it’s hot – it probably will be – the kids can cool down in the Children’s Garden’s water playground.
Singapore is no stranger to iconic buildings, feats of engineering and design talent, so architecture fans will find a huge amount to see.
Start with the unmissable Marina Bay Sands, the slanting triple towers that support the amazing Skypark on their top level.
The Henderson Waves pedestrian bridge is another dazzling display of modern design, mimicking an ocean wave and creating a focal point in Singapore’s southern green belt.
The lighting at night makes it even more spectacular.
The National Gallery of Singapore occupies the imposing former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings.
Both historic buildings have been sensitively renovated to preserve the monuments while turning them into a fantastic gallery space.
The gallery now showcases an extensive collection of over 8,000 artworks – the most important collection of its kind in Southeast Asia.
As well as looking back at the art of the region since the 19th century, showcasing many great Singaporean artists, the gallery also houses a fine collection of contemporary works.
If you’re looking for fine dining experiences, Singapore is one of the world’s hotspots, with dozens of Michelin-starred restaurants.
You can enjoy cuisines as diverse as Basque and Australian in Singapore, all served with care and attention to detail, while there are French restaurants boasting coveted Michelin stars to seek out.
Dining on a budget is just as exciting, with famous hawker centres all over the city offering fabulous eats full of authentic tastes.
If you love heading to the shops to pick up local crafts, souvenirs, clothing and more, then aim to spend your holidays in Singapore in and around Orchard Road.
This main road and its surrounding streets form the main retail hub of Singapore where you can find all the treasures you could imagine to remind you of your trip.
The Shangri-La Hotel is a good option if you're looking to stay close to this vibrant area.
If you’re looking for classic Singapore holiday packages, you’ll want a hotel in the heart of the action from where the major sights are within easy reach.
The Colonial District is very central, and you can walk to the Marina Bay and Quays for dining and sightseeing.
The Raffles Hotel is one of the most famous buildings in the area as well as the hotel of choice for those planning a honeymoon in Singapore.
Marina Bay is home to some of the most opulent hotels, many with jaw-dropping views over the skyline. Make it your base for a luxury holiday in Singapore.
The area is pretty central and has great access to Gardens by the Bay, the lotus flower ArtScience museum and the celebrated Esplanade Theatre.
Marina Bay is also home to several lavish dining experiences, while the stylish Fullerton Bay hotel is a good accomodation option here.
Singapore has a comprehensive and reliable public transport network. The MRT rail system is the best way to explore the major attractions.
The official languages in Singapore are English, Malay, Tamil and Mandarin. Most people speak English fluently, plus one of the other official languages.
The currency of Singapore is the Singapore dollar. ATMs are easy to find throughout the city and credit cards are widely accepted.
Singapore has a calendar containing numerous public holidays. Key among them are the days dedicated to Chinese New Year which falls in January or February, depending on the moon.
Due to its strategic location in Asia and its status as one of the world’s most important ports, Singapore has always been a centre for trade and cultural exchange.
This legacy lives on today in the multicultural population and diversity of heritages you'll find here.
During your holiday to Singapore, it's worth venturing into the cultural enclaves of Little India and Chinatown.
Here you’ll have a chance to discover more about the roots and heritage of this island nation, not to mention the opportunity to explore the excellent markets and taste the fabulous food on offer.
Even if you’re on a flying visit, a Singapore city break wouldn’t be complete without spending some time in one of its many lovely green spaces. Even from the heart of the city, Singapore’s natural beauty is easily accessible.
The Singapore Botanic Gardens make a delightful place to relax, surrounded by 6,500 species of plants and some attractive landscapes.
Bukit Timah nature reserve protects the last patch of primary rainforest that remains on the island, teeming with exotic plant species as well as macaques and a dizzying variety of birds.
If you’re thinking of booking a family holiday in Singapore, rest assured that you'll find plenty to do. Embrace full-on fun at the theme and water parks on Sentosa Island.
You can spend afternoons ziplining above the trees, learning about the damage that plastic is doing to our oceans, or screaming with delight as you plunge down yet another waterslide.
You can even meet your favourite film characters with a trip to Universal Studios, which is packed with technologically advanced rides.
With plenty of exciting attractions, it’s almost impossible for children – whatever their age – to be bored.
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