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Singapore travel guide and hotels

Singapore is a success story that superimposes an Asian tiger on top of city with an illustrious colonial past. This cultural melting pot blends exotic flavours in Little India with the bargains of Chinatown, distinctive Malay character of Arab Street and the grand opulence found at Raffles. Then there’s the shopping and excitement of Sentosa.

Explore it all in this comprehensive 100-page travel guide to Singapore.

Billboard Sightseeing

Starting from the iconic Merlion to the Colonial District and Clarke Quay, ending up in Chinatown and Arab Street, or even Little India, a walking tour of multicultural sights is undeniably fulfilling, click and read more

Billboard Shopping

Top quality goods and excellent Asian prices are a main reason for visiting Singapore, from electronic gadgets to clothing, souvenirs and oriental treasures, click and read more

Billboard Daytrips

This small island has a rather packed brochure of family-friendly attractions including Sentosa Island, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Palau Ubin, Changi beaches to name a few, click and read more

Billboard Hotels

The city boasts some excellent hotels with discerning service, excellent food and central locations. Some of the web’s best prices are provided here from Agoda, click, search and book

Singapore arts festival 2014

The ever polite and efficient Singaporeans make sure your visit to their city-state is a smooth, comfortable and satisfying one. Guests seldom leave with a feeling of poor service, scams or disappointment. From well organised taxis to professional hotels and excellent value eateries, Singapore travel is a breeze from the moment you step out of top-rated Changi Airport to the cup of Chinese tea you’re offered while negotiating over a delicate Asian antique. We’ve picked out some excellent deals of hotel rooms with our partner, Agoda.

Hotel Rooms

This online travel guide to Singapore covers the best of this Asian travel hub. The Singapore River separates the grand colonial legacy from the more modern high-rises, guarded by the Merlion and lined with the bars and restaurants of Boat and Clarke Quay. Shoppers should head for Chinatown or Orchard Road for unbeatable prices while authentic Malay and Chinese food is best on Arab Street, with pukka Indian fare in Little India. The island is surprisingly green, with relaxing environments on Sentosa Island, Changi Beach and Bukit Timuh reserve. Families will find plenty of enjoyment at Jurong Bird Park, Botanical, Chinese and Japanese Gardens and the Night Safari.

Digging deeper into Little India

Singapore’s Little India may be a bit more sanitised than the real thing, but visitors to this area of the city are sure to pick up on that distinct Indian vibe. The smells of spice, Bollywood music, men praying in the temples, women dressed in colourful saris and the splash of jasmine garlands all make it plainly obvious that you are in a very different part of town.