Where To Stay In Singapore

Singapore is among the best trading centres of the world. Whether the market is of electronics or clothes, Singapore is popular as the best shopping venues. After the new budget flight terminal has been introduced, the increased numbers of tourists and visitors have been noticed. The country was also voted as the best overseas City in the Reader’s Travel Awards in 2004.
Singapore fantastic attraction
Millions of people visit Singapore annually but don’t know where to stay. Here is a small guide and a reference to some of the popular hotels. It’s important to choose the appropriate neighborhood for your hotel experience in Singapore so that it can be comfortable and right according to your specific needs.

China Town Singapore

 china town beautiful view in Singapore
When we talk about Singapore’s business boundaries, offices are a cluster of skyscrapers. But at the southern part lies the beautiful ancient China town which has huge timber-clad shops. Here in China District, women are singing opera and people are buying savory reddish fresh carrot cake. Street Opera singers can normally be found at the streets of Pagoda and Trengganu.

Orchard Road

 Orchard Road in Singapore
It is located at the southern area of the Island. Orchard Road is a very popular as a shopping core. The road have extravagant air conditioned shopping malls and lavish cafes for the shoppers. It is called as the heaven for shoppers as it sell every other household brand name, designer’s accessories and all electronic gadgets one can think of. Shoppers normally begin their journey with the shop of home d├ęcor at the Tanglin Shopping Centre and then they went to the towering pagoda of the Marriott. Cold local Tiger Beers are the most popular ones found on the Emerald Hill.

Marina Bay

 Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Marina Bay is at the south of Orchard Road right close to the Singapore’s River Mouth. There are various five-star hotels here. Esplanade concert hall which have an armadillo shape bring the Singapore arts to the bay. The 2nd largest mall is the quadruple office towers of the Suntec City. The cylindrical Stamford is one of the tallest hotels in the world giving a panoramic view over the harbor.

1 comment:

  1. You have highlighted some of the most interesting attractions in Singapore. Although is small country of only about 700 km2, Singapore is a melting pot of culture East and West and an interesting place to visit. It definitely has something to offer no matter what your inclinations are.



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