Happenings

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!

NATURE & WILDLIFE

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 ZooNight Safari or Jurong Bird Park. Not to be missed is the recently listed UNESCO’s World Heritage, Singapore Botanic Gardens, where you can get lost in the serenity of this lush sanctuary.

CULTURE HERITAGE

Plan your visit to the Asian Civilisations Museum and Peranakan Museum to explore the rich history of Singapore’s multi-ethnic society. Experience the cultural diversity of Singapore, weaving through the ethnic quarters. ChinatownKampong Glam and Little India are easily accessible from the hotel.

KEY ATTRACTIONS

Singapore has captured worldwide awareness with its attractions. 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! Visit the first of two casinos at Resorts World and head in to Universal Studios Singapore for a few joy rides. Look at Singapore from bird’s eye view at Asia’s biggest ferries wheel, the Singapore Flyer. Take a stroll through the largest glass greenhouse, Gardens by the Bay, where it boasts of its designer landscape and a plant kingdom housing species from different climates.

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

SHOPPING

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. Head further down to Orchard road and immerse in the unique retail scene.

FOOD AND DRINKS

Singapore, commonly known as the ‘food paradise’ of Asia offers a plethora of food options to satiate your appetite. Check out the list of must-try Michelin Bib Gourmand eats where good value combines good quality. After dusk, don’t forget to join in the nightlife, drinking at the most vibrant hot spots – Clarke Quay and Boat Quay, where it offers you endless options of bars and clubs.