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When in Singapore you’re never far from expansive green spaces or new and exotic flavours.
One of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in Singapore, The Fullerton Hotel is not where it used to be.
For a swim you’ll never forget, take a dip in these spectacular infinity pools.
Decked out in rich jewel tones, ornate headboards, and plush velvet drapery and sofas, The Scarlet Singapore is unashamedly designed for a romantic getaway.
Street meets whimsy at this four-level, multi-concept venture by the people behind Bali’s uber-popular Potato Head Beach Club.
Open 24 hours, everyday of the year, Mustafa Centre has attained almost cult status amongst Singaporeans.
Despite being one of the newer additions, Marina Bay Sands has fast become an iconic addition to the Singapore skyline and is both a hotel and a destination in itself for shopping, dining and taking in views of the city.
Buckle up on these theme parks thrillers.
This five-star beachfront resort on Sentosa is within walking distance of key attractions on the island, such as the S.E.A. Aquarium, Siloso Beach and Universal Studios.
This boutique hotel is a collaboration between four local design companies and features surreal landscapes throughout.
Head to the 71st floor to New Asia Bar and take in the breathtaking view of the Singapore skyline at night.
This walking trail will take you to art- and design-driven retail stores that feature unique creations.
This hipster health-food haven serves up dishes that look like they’re straight out of the pages of Kinfolk.
Luxury and elegance are no surprises when staying at The Ritz.
Make a beeline for the Sunday Brunch buffet, which features fresh seafood and hearty roasts.
Singapore’s hip factor got a firm boost when Monocle founder Tyler Brûlé gave it his stamp of approval and set up an outpost of the magazine's bureau, store and cafe here.
Nothing embodies the quintessential Singaporean experience quite like a visit to a hawker centre.
Four MRT stops away from the Singapore CBD and a five-minute walk away from major shopping centres.
Set atop a cliff, this resort is a tranquil sanctuary that feels miles away from Singapore city life.
This award-winning luxury hotel takes pride in delivering personalised service.
A 10-minute drive from Changi Airport and provides a complimentary shuttle service, making it ideal for transit business
This four-star hotel is central to the city’s main business and tourist locations.
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