About Travel to Singapore

March 25, 2022

The English name of "Singapore" is an anglicisation of the native Malay name for the country, Singapura, which was in turn derived from the Sanskrit word for "lion city". Variations of the name Siṃhapura were used for a number of cities throughout the region prior to the establishment of the Kingdom of Singapura. In Hindu-Buddhist culture, lions were associated with power and protection, which may explain the attraction of such a name. Singapore is an all-year round destination. The island nation experiences a warm, tropical climate year-round with slightly more rain from Nov-Jan and slightly more heat in May-Jun.

But if you want to go to Singapore to experience its multicultural heritage, the best time is Diwali (mid-Oct to mid-Nov), or late Jan for Chinese New Year, when Little India and Chinatown really come to life in a blaze of colour and celebration. In December it’s at its best, from the Christmas light-up along Orchard Road, to ZoukOut, the annual musical fare.

Singapore, is a melting pot of global culture, and is one of the safest and cleanest places to visit in the world, thus finding itself ranking quite high on the list of most popular travel destinations in the world. And once you’re here, let not the abundance of experiences overwhelm you. With tons of attractions that cater to a universal crowd of all ages, Singapore has something. Colorful neighborhoods, delicious fusion food, historic temples, exciting wildlife reserves, luxurious shopping malls,different style Hotel in Singapore - it’s no wonder millions of people are flocking to this island nation each year. A melting pot of culture, Singapore’s diversity is a huge part of what makes it so incredible. From ethnic enclaves, each with its own traditions, to shiny skyscrapers that soar in the skyline, the city boasts an enticing blend of old and new.

Singapore is the easiest city in Asia to get around. The island’s world-class international airport is located just a little over 12 miles (20km) from the city center. The cheapest way to travel from the airport to downtown Singapore is by MRT or bus. It will take you about an hour and costs around S$1.50 ($1.25). Both options are clean and safe. There’s also an airport shuttle that runs to and from the downtown area 24 hours, 7 days a week. An adult ticket costs $9 and a child’s ticket $6. A taxi will take around 25 minutes and will cost you around S$30.

Hotel in Singapore recommendation:

1. Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Chinatown, This hotel promises a relaxing and wonderful visit.The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. 24-hour security are just some of the facilities on offer. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. meet all your needs.

2. The Clan Hotel Singapore by Far East Hospitality

A stylish, unorthodox take on traditional Asian hospitality, The Clan Hotel, Singapore by Far East Hospitality is as fuelled by the cosmopolitan energy that surrounds us as we are inspired by our uniquely Singaporean heritage. We bestow upon our guests the harbour of community, an unyielding sense of kinship and a renewed sense of wonderment as they carve their mark on the world.

3. Quincy Hotel Singapore by Far East Hospitality

Quincy Hotel Singapore is a 10-minute drive away from the lively night spots of Clarke Quay, and is just a stroll away from fashionable Orchard Road. Talk a walk and discover local eats, high-end shopping, and everything in-between as you indulge in wherever your individuality takes you. Enjoy stay inclusions that include daily breakfast from 7am to 3pm, choice of 5 welcome minibar items, 24-hour lounge access with light refreshments, and evening cocktails and canapés. Other recreational facilities include a gym, infinity pool, and sauna and steam rooms. You'll live life to the fullest here, whether you're spending a few days or just a few hours.

 

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