Your Trip to Singapore
Singapore blends old-world charm and modern amenities to create an unforgettable vacation experience. Visitors flock to the city-state year round due to its tropical climate and astounding array of things to see and do.
Many visitors from abroad come to Singapore for the beaches and resorts. Beaches dot the shores of Sentosa and the nearby islands, and resort locations abound on Singapore's east coast. Tours of the city-state's many historical areas provide another major draw for the location. You can explore ancient ruins or modern architectural wonders on escorted tours through the city-state. Plan your travel to the area using Orbitz.com.
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Iconic building overlooking the city and the oceanThe elegant towers of the Marina Bay Sands are a landmark in the Singapore skyline. The hotel offers guests over 2,500 rooms and suites to choose from in a wide variety of styles and sizes. Guests staying at the Marina Bay... More
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Luxury Singapore hotel boasting service, amenities and great value Singapore is a city where old meets new and nowhere is that more true than at Rendezvous Grand Hotel Singapore. The hotel is sleek and sophisticated with modern design touches, while retaining the... More
V Hotel Lavender is a exciting property with full hotel facilities and located just above Lavender MRT(tube/subway) station. V Hotel Lavender is designed for the comfort and convenience of the modern traveler. With 888 well appointed guestrooms, each equipped with all the... More
Value Hotel Balestier is a new hotel with 208 well appointed rooms, within a chain consisting of 3 hotels under the Value Hotel brand. Value Hotel strives to provide nice comfortable accommodation at good value. All rooms come with broadband internet (cable) connection... More
Tower overlooking Singapore with elegant rooms and luxury amenities Luxury is the name of the game at Carlton Hotel Singapore, a towering hotel overlooking the city. Spread over three separate wings, this hotel's 915 comfortable, spacious rooms offer elegant designs and... More
Grand Park Orchard is Park Hotel Group's flagship property. With its breathtaking herringbone-design exterior glass faade and its show stopping media wall, the hotel is set to become an iconic building along Orchard Road. Grand Park Orchard features 308 luxurious rooms... More
Conveniently located next to the main shopping and entertainment belt of Orchard Road. Accessible from both within and outside the Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) zone, via Mt Elizabeth Link and Scotts Road respectively. The subway (MRT) is within walking distance as is... More
Elegant hotel close to Singapore's attractions and subway system Peninsula Excelsior Hotel Singapore boasts an ideal location for business and leisure travelers who want to see numerous city attractions. The hotel is in the middle of Singapore where several subway system... More
Trendy and modern, Big Hotel sits on Middle Road, just 5 minutes' walk from Bugis Village, the National Library and Sim Lim IT Mall. Free Wi-Fi and a comfortable SERTA bed feature in all rooms and suites. It enjoys a convenient location between Dhoby Ghaut, Bras Basah and... More
Contemporary Singapore hotel near business and shopping areas Ideally located in the heart of Singapore's business, cultural and shopping districts, Ibis Singapore on Bencoolen is a great destination for shopping, entertainment or just seeing the sights of exotic... More
Best time to take a vacation to Singapore
Winter lows in January tend to fall around 78 degrees Fahrenheit, while summer highs reach approximately 90 degrees regularly. Visitors may save money by traveling during the rainy months from December to March or June through September as local hotels offer discounts to attract visitors during the northeast and southwest monsoon seasons. Months outside these seasons tend to be drier and attract more tourists. The Singapore Food Festival highlights the best the country has to offer from its unique blend of southeastern Asian cuisines. The World Gourmet Summit features local chefs and international experts from around the globe. Book your travel for these events with Orbitz.com.
Insider tips for Singapore travel
Get some of the best tea in Singapore at the Chinatown district's Yue Hwa shopping center. The second floor tea shop offers teas rarely found outside the region.
Tanglin Shopping Center
Pick up the perfect souvenirs for friends and family back home at the Tanglin Shopping Center, where antiques and gifts abound.
Handmade goods and traditional clothing abounds on this popular stretch. Local vendors share space with hastily erected stalls selling authentic goods from throughout the region.
This market offers something for everyone. Antiquities sit alongside electronics and hand-woven baskets or clothing.
Southern Ridges Walk
Hike this walking trail to view jungles and breathtaking scenery. Many local tour guides will escort travelers through this region.
Catch an international concert or a regional event at the city-state's largest and most famous facility for the performing arts.
Marina Bay Sands
The Marina Bay District is home to one of the largest and swankiest casinos in Asia. Foreign visitors pay no admission with a valid passport.
Take to the slopes in this completely indoor skiing and winter fun recreational area. Snow City provides a great escape from Singapore's heat.
Jurong East Swimming Complex
Wave pools and water slides and a Jacuzzi are available for those looking for even more fun in the sun.
The F1 Singapore Grand Prix
Parts of the city's major thoroughfares are closed off for this national event. Watch modern racers speed through the city at a breakneck pace.
Sentosa Golf Club
Enjoy the scenery as you play a round at this prestigious international golf facility.
Golden Village Theaters
Golden Village Theaters offer the latest in both local and international films. Make sure to attend the R21 screenings to avoid the heavy censorship placed on many films.
Juong Bird Park
Watch some of the region's most beautiful birds in a natural setting. Tours are available.
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
Visit this stunning monastery and view the local monks as they continue centuries-old practices.
Wild Wild West
This Western-themed park provides even more water slides and tourist attractions perfect for families with kids looking to cool off.