Welcome to our sunny shores!

Singapore is a small island city packed with rich cultural diversity and heritage, consisting mainly of Chinese, Malay and Indian ethnic groups.

Not sure where to go?  Check out our round up of ideas to get you out and about!

Get up close with nature at Singapore’s nature reserves, house to thousands of creatures including bird and insect species.  Be enchanted by the white tigers, polar bears or other ferocious and rare species of wildlife animals at the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari or Jurong Bird Park.

Weave through the ethnic quarters, immerse in the cultures to truly experience the cultural diversity of Singapore.  Chinatown, Kampong Glam and Little India are easily accessible from the hotel.

Leave no one out!
Sentosa is a must-go for an exciting array of attractions! From historical monuments, to world-class entertainment spots, there’re a whole lot of fun for everyone!

Travel around places of interest in a land to sea vehicle – DUCK & HIPPO Tours for an unusual experience.

With such extensive and affordable transport system, getting around Singapore is a breeze!  For the most cost- efficient and convenient mode of transport, take the MRT.
Get around without getting lost, log on to Street Directory to guide you around!

Singapore dollar (SGD/S$) is used in Singapore.
Money changing services can be found not only at Singapore Changi Airport but most shopping centres around the island.  Automated teller machines (ATMs) located everywhere in Singapore accept most of the main credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

Singapore’s international dialling code is +(65).
While in Singapore, and if you have international roaming service on your cell phone, you don’t have to dial +(65) as it will automatically connect you to the local numbers here.

We don’t want you to get fined (maximum of SGD$1,000 may be imposed on first-time offenders), so here’s a gentle reminder for our friends who smoke.
Besides air-conditioned areas such as shopping centres, restaurants, entertainment outlets and cinemas, smoking is also an offence on the SMRT (Singapore Mass Rapid Transit system), public buses, taxis and in lifts.

The smoking ban has now been imposed on public eateries and within a five-metre radius from most building entrances, except for allocated smoking areas that are clearly marked with bright yellow paint.

Just a hop, skip and a jump away, The Cathay is a youth shopping mall located at Handy Road that promotes design, arts and culture with an eclectic mix of entertainment, retail and leisure.