How to get around in Singapore
The MRT is the easiest way to get about the city and most of the five star hotels in Singapore are located close to the MRT stations. Obtaining a Singapore Tourist Pass would be best if you plan on covering most of the city during your time here. You can also download the taxi apps available, Grab, to easily hail a taxi.
Exploring the food in Singapore is something you simply cannot miss out on with a smorgasbord of restaurants, cafes, and hawker stalls to select from. Wherever you chose to eat, you’ve got to taste the local staple, chicken rice, chilli crab and laksa. Apart from tasting the local specials, you can also delve into food specific to each culture in Singapore. For instance, restaurants like Tablescape offer seasonal menus to celebrate festivals like the Chinese New Year in Singapore and Easter.
Singapore is certainly the place to shop till you drop when you holiday! Head over to Orchard Road, easily accessible from hotels like Grand Park City Hall, and explore the luxurious malls selling branded items. But that’s not all, these malls also offer entertainment like cinemas, gaming arcades and kid’s play areas.
Discover interesting places
On top of the list of interesting places to visit is certainly Changi Airport itself. Gardens by the Bay is the other highlight of the city that is not to be missed. For those who like to explore the various cultures on the island, Chinatown, Little India, and Arab Street are some amazing places to roam. If you are visiting in January, you are in for an extra special cultural treat in Chinatown with Chinese New Year festivities.