Singapore is back in business for travel be it for business or leisure though it always helps to be prepared for your visit, which is why the below insights will come in handy.
There’s no shortage of city accommodation for those in search of a modern hotel; Singapore offers options in this regard near key landmarks such as Fort Canning Hill and the Central Business District. Such properties include Citadines Connect City Centre Singapore which has stringent health and hygiene measures ensuring safe stays too for individuals, couples and families alike. Apart from spacious rooms with contemporary comforts and free Wi-Fi, guests can also enjoy a range of amenities too.
Things to Do
Depending on the duration of your trip, pick and choose fun activities and things to do in Singapore to add to your itinerary. For example, families will love Sentosa Island home to theme parks like Universal Studios, while shopaholics and fashionistas can head to the upscale malls on Orchard Road. Relaxation and recreation await at Fort Canning Park, towering Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay, cultural discoveries at Little India and Chinatown, amazing exhibits at the Asian Civilisations Museum and nightlife at Clarke Quay.
Singapore is a very safe destination to get about even at night and its diverse transport options make travelling a breeze. The easiest option would be to use the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) and it’s best to buy a Singapore Tourist Pass that provides unlimited travel on it; this pass can also be used on the city’s air-conditioned buses that also offer convenient connections to city locations. Taxis are easy to hail (or use the Grab ride-hailing app), while you can easily hire a bicycle for pedal-powered adventures too!
Foodies are also going to have a blast in Singapore, with the nation’s multicultural communities lending to the eclectic nature of the local cuisine. Don’t forget to head to popular hawker centres like the Maxwell Food Centre and Chinatown Complex Food Centre where you will find vendors offering a range of delectable and reasonably priced dishes. Amongst the perennial favourites are laksa (a spicy noodle soup), Hainanese chicken rice, char kway teow (fried noodle dish), bak kut teh (pork rib soup) and chilli crab.