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Featured Attractions in Singapore

Marina Bay

Various attractions, the civic district and heritage areas are within walking distance from the city centre.  Take a picture with Merlion, the iconic half-fish and half-lion symbol of Singapore that resides at Merlion Walk, overlooking Marina Bay.  Right by the water at Marina Bay is the beautifully landscaped Gardens by the Bay, home to Cloud Forest and Flower Dome cool conservatories that are filled with blooms from around the world.

Clarke Quay

Admire the city’s skyline from the Singapore Flyer, a giant observation wheel or take in the nightlights from 1-Altitude, a rooftop bar perched at a peak of 282 metres.

Take a peek into the country’s colonial past and its art by exploring the Civic District, where Singapore’s historical, architectural and cultural heritage started.  Trace Singapore’s history through the displays at the National Museum of Singapore.  Too tired from all the walking?  Head to Boat Quay, Clarke Quay or Robertson Quay by Singapore River, where you will be spoilt for choice with a wide selection of restaurants/cafes offering cuisines from around the world.



Singapore Heritage Trails

To learn about Singapore’s immigrant past, meander through the charming alleyways of heritage areas such as Arab Street, Chinatown and Little India.  For something a little different, go on a Balestier Heritage Trail.  One of Singapore’s most prized historical areas, it offers visitors an up-close look of the country’s association with the 1911 Chinese Revolution.  The first president and founding father of the Republic of China, Sun Yat Sen lived here and his villa has been turned into a Memorial Hall. 

Surrounding Islands

Venture further and you will discover that the island is not all concrete structures.  Have a fun-filled day at Sentosa, an island resort with gorgeous beaches, trendy beach bars and theme parks.  Hike in nature reserves such as MacRitchie Reservoir, a secondary rainforest in the midst of the city; or take a bumper boat to Pulau Ubin, a kampong (traditional village) off Changi Coast.

Featured Hotels

Ramada Singapore at Zhongshan Park

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After a busy day exploring the delights of buzzing Singapore, relax by the swimming pool, work out in the gym or visit the adjoining shopping mall, which boasts a range of shops and eateries. Retreat into our contemporary rooms, fitted with premium Serta mattress and other modern amenities like free Wi-Fi, TV with cable channels and more.

Days Hotel Singapore at Zhongshan Park

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Situated in the heart of the Novena district, known as Singapore’s food haven and just a 15-minute car ride to the Central Business District. This hotel offers accommodation with modern amenities like free Wi-Fi, premium Serta mattress, TV with cable channels and more smart basics. It is located next to a shopping mall with a supermarket and eateries, and flanks the charming Zhongshan Park.

Food & Shopping

Local Cuisine & Shopping

Trendy malls filled with luxury labels, designer boutiques, high street fashion, local brands and gourmet food products line Orchard Road, the mecca for shoppers. Take a respite from shopping by strolling through the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site housing lush themed gardens with more than 1,000 species of orchid.

To get a taste of local flavour, dine at the many budget friendly open-air hawker centres and coffee shops. No trip is complete without savouring local dishes such as Singapore Chilli Crab, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Satay.

Whatever your interests and budget, you will enjoy the many experiences that this beautiful garden city has to offer. Go on, explore and be surprised!