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Top hotels in Singapore

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Goodwood Park Hotel
8.9
238 AUD
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Parkroyal On Beach Road
8.6
229 AUD
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Hotel Grand Pacific
7.9
130 AUD
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Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
8.6
197 AUD
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Orchard Rendezvous Hotel by Far East Hospitality
8.3
171 AUD
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Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview
8.5
186 AUD
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Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
8.3
220 AUD
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The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
9.3
481 AUD
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Village Hotel Albert Court
8.1
147 AUD
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Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
9.0
422 AUD
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Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre
8.6
218 AUD
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Robertson Quay Hotel
6.8
115 AUD
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Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
9.2
373 AUD
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The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
9.2
352 AUD
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Mandarin Orchard Singapore
8.6
296 AUD
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Grand Hyatt Singapore
8.8
267 AUD
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Village Hotel Changi
8.1
136 AUD
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Parkroyal on Kitchener Road
7.7
172 AUD
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Sheraton Towers Singapore
8.7
261 AUD
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Hilton Singapore
8.4
284 AUD
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Intercontinental Hotels Singapore Robertson Quay
8.9
263 AUD
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The Elizabeth Hotel
7.8
161 AUD
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Furama City Centre
8.1
147 AUD
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Copthorne Kings Singapore
7.8
148 AUD
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Royal Plaza On Scotts
8.6
213 AUD
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Swissotel Merchant Court, Singapore
8.8
228 AUD
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Regent Singapore
9.0
284 AUD
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M Hotel Singapore
8.5
173 AUD
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Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore
8.4
194 AUD
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Pan Pacific Singapore
8.9
310 AUD
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Orchard Hotel Singapore
8.3
193 AUD
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Concorde Hotel Singapore
8.3
204 AUD
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Grand Copthorne Waterfront
8.4
169 AUD
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Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
8.7
292 AUD
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Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
9.1
350 AUD
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Amara Singapore
8.2
192 AUD
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Hotel 1929
7.9
102 AUD
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Grand Park Orchard
8.5
246 AUD
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Somerset Bencoolen Singapore
8.3
203 AUD
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Conrad Centennial Singapore
9.0
340 AUD
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Popular neighbourhoods in Singapore

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Hotels in Central Area
Best value
Hotel Grand Pacific
7.9
130 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Royal Plaza On Scotts
8.6
213 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Pan Pacific Singapore
8.9
310 AUD
No. 3 most popular
Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
8.7
292 AUD
No. 4 most popular
Grand Park City Hall
8.5
236 AUD
No. 5 most popular
Fairmont Singapore
8.8
351 AUD
Hotels in Kallang
Best value
Joyfor Backpackers Hostel
6.5
14 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Destination Singapore Beach Road
8.1
155 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Hotel Boss
7.7
126 AUD
No. 3 most popular
V Hotel Lavender
7.8
130 AUD
No. 4 most popular
Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, Singapore
8.9
250 AUD
No. 5 most popular
Reddoorz Hostel @ Kallang Mrt
7.4
20 AUD
Hotels in Geylang
Best value
Nano Hostel
6.3
15 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Lai Ming Hotel Cosmoland
6.3
59 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Fragrance Hotel - Emerald
7.9
63 AUD
No. 3 most popular
Hornbill Hotel
6.6
46 AUD
No. 4 most popular
Amrise Hotel
6.0
45 AUD
No. 5 most popular
Bright Star Hotel
7.9
63 AUD
Hotels in Bukit Merah
Best value
Lotus Hostel
6.9
24 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Nostalgia Hotel
8.2
119 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Bay Hotel Singapore
8.5
168 AUD
No. 3 most popular
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
8.3
175 AUD
No. 4 most popular
Park Hotel Alexandra
8.6
171 AUD
No. 5 most popular
Wangz Hotel
8.9
203 AUD

When to book a hotel in Singapore

Low season
November
High season
February

cheapest month to stay

32%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

103%

expected price increase

+210.0%
+140.0%
+70.0%
Base
Price
195 - 581 AUD
Highest day of week
Wednesday
Cheapest day of week
Saturday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

345 AUD

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Average price (weekend night)

257 AUD

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Singapore travel tips

Let us help you with the best tips about Singapore

Best time to visit Singapore

The months between summer and winter in Singapore offer the best weather and activities to explore. February – April are considered the best travel months, but you could also visit from May – June if you do not mind the heat. The wettest months are from November – January, and the rainstorms are quite extensive. Therefore, you may want to skip these months if you plan to explore the outdoors in detail.

How to get around Singapore

Singapore’s MRT (mass rapid transit) is the fastest way to get around the city. The rail network is well planned, and most attractions are within walking distance of an MRT station. To save, purchase a Singapore Tourist Pass. With the pass, you have unlimited travel on the trains and buses. A 1-day pass is $10 SGD with a $10 SGD rental deposit. The 2-day pass is $16 SGD, and the 3-day pass is $20 SGD. You can get a refund on the pass if you do not use all days; approach a TransitLink ticket office to do this.


How much does a hotel in Singapore cost?

4 stars and above
#1 most popular
Goodwood Park Hotel
8.9
238 AUD
#2 most popular
Parkroyal On Beach Road
8.6
229 AUD
Best value
Hotel Clover 33 Jalan Sultan
7.9
108 AUD
3 stars
#1 most popular
Robertson Quay Hotel
6.8
115 AUD
#2 most popular
Hotel 1929
7.9
102 AUD
Best value
Sandpiper Hotel
6.2
43 AUD
2 stars and below
#1 most popular
Hotel 81 Premier Star
7.9
63 AUD
#2 most popular
Fragrance Hotel - Emerald
7.9
63 AUD
Best value
Footprints Hostel
7.7
15 AUD

Cheapest hotels in Singapore

Cheap hotels and hostels in Singapore
Footprints Hostel
7.7
15 AUD
The Hive Singapore Hostel
8.1
24 AUD
New Society Backpackers Hotel - Hostel
7.4
20 AUD
5Footway.Inn Project Ann Siang
7.3
27 AUD
Reddoorz Hostel @ Kallang Mrt
7.4
20 AUD
The Bohemian
8.5
29 AUD

Best value hotels in Singapore

Footprints Hostel
7.7
15 AUD
The Hive Singapore Hostel
8.1
24 AUD
Grand Copthorne Waterfront
8.4
169 AUD
The Pod @ Beach Road
8.5
42 AUD
New Society Backpackers Hotel - Hostel
7.4
20 AUD
One Farrer Hotel
9.1
210 AUD

Where to stay in Singapore

Best places to stay in Singapore

Singapore is a quaint little island that offers everything from a bustling city centre to a comfortable, relaxing getaway. Although it is an island, it is quite spread out. Knowing about the neighbourhoods here will be useful if you want to stay at a central location and not spend too much on taxis. Singapore is a primary location for first-time visitors of Southeast Asia, so you will find that many of the locals here speak English to accommodate visitors and tourists. Also, with its heritage rich in Indian and Chinese culture, you find an eclectic mix of restaurants, boutique shops and museums to enjoy.

Orchard Road

Orchard Road is in the central south area of the island, and it is the primary shopping centre of Singapore. Here you have almost a 1 km stretch of air-conditioned shopping to explore. The biggest names in designer labels are on sale along with many household brands. Stay at the luxurious Regent Singapore, a Four Seasons Hotel or try out the Mandarin Orchard Singapore on Orchard Road.

Singapore River

The Singapore River stretches from the southern harbour of Marina Bay and goes throughout the districts along Orchard Road. It is a quaint area of Singapore and includes the river-front dining experiences of Boat Quay and the greens of The Padang cricket ground. Stay at the Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay Hotel, which is along the historic river banks. You also have the M Hotel Singapore with an astounding 415 rooms and suites designed for leisure and business travellers.

Chinatown and Financial Districts

Yes, even Singapore has a Chinatown! The area blends quickly into the Financial District and includes the savoury food stalls on Trengganu Street and the night markets of Pagoda Street. If you want to stay closer to Chinatown, try the business hotel known as Amara Singapore. In the Financial District, you have The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, which offers a centralised location downtown and astonishing views of the water.

Marina Bay

Marina Bay sits just south of Orchard Road and rests on the mouth of the Singapore River. Here you have most of the 5-star hotel chains, including the Pan Pacific Singapore with world-class dining and luxurious suites. The Marina Mandarin Singapore is right on the water and you are very close to the CBD too. You may want to try the hotel shaped like the iconic fan of the country known as the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, which is just minutes from the CBD.

Little India

Little India is located north of Orchard Road and above the Rochor Canal. It is an interesting part of the city where you can experience the Indian culture of Singapore offered by immigrant settlers. You can walk along the small stretch of Little India or head over to Serangoon Road where you find curry cafes and jasmine-scented streets. Stay at the boutique spa and hotel, One Farrer Hotel & Spa, on Farrer Park Station Road.

Cheap hotels in Singapore

Singapore may be one of the wealthier regions of Southeast Asia, but that does not mean you need an extravagant holiday budget to visit this luxurious island. You have plenty of hotels and inns in the area that cater to the lower budget travellers. For a cheap stay, try a Pod property, like The Pod – Boutique Capsule Hotel or the Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel. The boutique hostel has a lounge, business suite, shared bathrooms and pod rooms. Business travellers often choose the Adler Hostel. The rooms are smaller here, but you have a private room with an in-cabin locker and affordable rates. If you prefer a hotel over a hostel or capsule, then try Champion Hotel in the civic district of Singapore. The rooms are charming and comfortably furnished; you also get free Internet access. You will stay close to the Singapore River, Paya Lebar Square and the One KM Shopping Mall.


What to do in Singapore

Singapore’s unique atmosphere and proximity to the water offers you more than just indoor attractions. In fact, the city has a variety of outdoor activities going on through the year, especially during the warmer months. Depending on what you want to explore and how much time you have to stay here, you may want to add these top attractions to the “must-see” section of your itinerary.

  • Walk through the lush, exotic oasis of the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Here you have numerous attractions, flora and fauna to enjoy. The MRT drops you right in front of the Botanic Gardens, so this location is easily accessible.
  • See the masterpieces on display at the National Gallery Singapore. You can see the work of leading local artists like Georgette Chen and other historical artists of the country.
  • Spend a day in the exclusive Sentosa Cove, which is a luxury waterfront region that helps you escape from the city centre. At Quayside Isle, you can experience a mouth-watering meal at the world-class restaurant, Blue Lotus or Sabio By The Sea.
  • Take a quick waterbound trip from the marina and visit the pristine virgin beaches of the offshore islands. The islands neighbouring Singapore, like Lazarus, Saint John’s and Kusu, have ferry cruises leading to them daily from the Marina South Pier.
  • Café culture in Singapore is hip, refined, and offers tasty treats. Tiong Bahru has some of the trendiest cafes in the city, like Tiong Bahru Bakery and the PS. Café Petit.
  • Acquaint yourself with the culture of the Chinese immigrants of Singapore by visiting the Baba House and the Peranakan Museum. You can also look at the historical artefacts and antiques at the Katong Antique House.
  • Spend a day familiarising yourself with the unique history and culture of Singapore by visiting the 191-year-old Sultan Mosque and the Malay Heritage Centre. While you are here, visit some of the quirky, fun boutiques on Haji Lane.
  • Satisfy the thrill-seeker in you and have some fun by going indoor skydiving at IFly Singapore, where you get wind speeds of up to 300 km/hour. You can also ride the surf at Siloso Beach or go for a thrilling ride at the Universal Studios Singapore. Learn how to flow board at the Wave House Sentosa, and then relax on the shore with a fresh cocktail at Tanjong Beach Club.

Looking for a specific type of hotel

Romantic hotels in Singapore
Best value
Venue Hotel
7.5
78 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Goodwood Park Hotel
8.9
238 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
8.3
220 AUD
The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
9.3
481 AUD
Village Hotel Albert Court
8.1
147 AUD
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
9.0
422 AUD
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
9.2
373 AUD
Kid-friendly hotels in Singapore
Best value
Value Hotel Thomson
6.7
89 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Goodwood Park Hotel
8.9
238 AUD
No. 2 most popular
Parkroyal On Beach Road
8.6
229 AUD
Rendezvous Hotel Singapore
8.6
197 AUD
Orchard Rendezvous Hotel by Far East Hospitality
8.3
171 AUD
Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay
8.3
220 AUD
Holiday Inn Singapore Orchard City Centre
8.6
218 AUD
Luxury hotels in Singapore
Best value
Bliss Hotel Singapore
8.1
116 AUD
No. 1 most popular
Goodwood Park Hotel
8.9
238 AUD
No. 2 most popular
The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore
9.3
481 AUD
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
9.0
422 AUD
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
9.2
373 AUD
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
9.2
352 AUD
Mandarin Orchard Singapore
8.6
296 AUD

Quick facts about Singapore

Time, currency, and the basics — see the local time and get an idea of how much money you will spend on the basics in Singapore
Local time
Currency
Singapore Dollar
Beer
Pint of beer
4.21 AUD
Food
Inexpensive restaurant
9.16 AUD
Public transport
One-way ticket
1.77 AUD

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