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The island of Singapore, south of Malaysia, provides a cornucopia of dazzling architecture, diverse cultures, a thrilling food scene and show stopping landscapes.

If you’re planning a trip here, it deserves more than a few days. With so much to see and do, this island can keep even the most particular tourist busy for well over a week.

This is a destination with a joyous blend of influences from India, China, Malaysia and, in parts, Europe. The vibrant colours, lush green spaces and futuristic cityscape are just some of the Instagram-worthy sights on this compact island.

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The Elizabeth Hotel

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An elegant choice in the heart of Singapore’s designer shopping area, The Elizabeth Hotel is an ideal setting for a luxury holiday in Singapore. Featuring a wealth of modern facilities, its plush furnishings maintain a hint of the historic with an...

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£549

Furama Riverfront

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Set in an ideal location between Chinatown and Clarke Quay, the Furama Riverfront Hotel offers fantastic value for your adventures in Singapore. Comfortable guestrooms here make a lovely space to unwind, with many enjoying spectacular city skyline...

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£569

Orchard Hotel

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Located in Singapore’s renowned shopping and entertainment hub, the 5-star Orchard Hotel is an ideal pick for anyone seeking a little retail therapy in a visually stunning destination. Offering a range of elegant rooms and suites, as well as a choice...

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£579

Miramar Hotel Singapore

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Overlooking the iconic Singapore River and conveniently close to numerous unmissable attractions, the Miramar Hotel is an ideal choice for a city break to remember. Explore the sights and sounds of Chinatown and go shopping in style, before retreating...

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£579

Rendezvous Hotel

Singapore

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Inspired by the Arts and Heritage district in which it’s based, the Rendezvous Hotel is an elegant building surrounded by Singapore’s vibrant cultural scene. Ideal for those who want to add a touch of style to their Singapore holiday, alongside having...

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£579

Furama City Centre

Singapore

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Located amongst the lively flurry of Chinatown, Furama City Centre offers the ideal base for exploring Singapore. With delicious dining options, shopping and an MRT station on your doorstep, the whole city will be your oyster. Plush furnishings adorn...

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£629

Le Meridien Singapore Sentosa

Singapore

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Surrounded by the lively attractions of Sentosa island resort, Le Meridien Singapore is a comfortable haven for an unforgettable city break. Designed by the acclaimed Japanese firm, Super Potato, you’ll be staying in unique accommodation filled with...

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Singapore Highlights


When the sun goes down, Singapore comes alive, not least at the Night Safari, which sees visitors being transported around over 130 different species of animals on electric trams. Open until 11.15pm, you can hopefully spot tigers and elephants, but if you don’t fancy an evening introduction to the island’s animals, visit Singapore Zoo for a daytime experience.

For a true glimpse of the future, you could do worse than drop in on the Gardens by the Bay, which cost over S$1 billion and covers over 100 hectares. Like stepping into a fantasy movie of life on another planet, where bio-domes, super trees and cloud forests are around every corner, this is a must for grown-ups and children alike. Look out for the giant floating baby near the Supertree Grove, designed by British artist Marc Quinn.

If you want a Singaporean adventure, visit Little India – a fun, colourful and messy marketplace, with its feet firmly in the island’s past. This is where street hawkers cook up bowls of deliciousness, spice traders sell their wares and prayers are said at mix of Chinese and Hindu temples.

Singapore weather


Holidays to Singapore have the benefit of being able to happen at any point in the year – the weather is consistently warm.

Summertime sees the temperatures average around 32°C during the day and 25°C in the evening, while December and January has daytime averages of around 33°C and 26°C at night.

This is a tropical climate, so it’s important to bear in mind that monsoon season is between November and January.