Another british trading station, sir stamford raffles established singapore in 1819. Today it’s home to 5,000,000 fast-moving urbanites and at first glance appears to have Mislaid many of its colonial charms - there’s a ‘spick and span’ quality about the place, and anonymous skycrapers appear to tower over everywhere.
Yet dig a little deeper And you’ll discover singapore’s hidden personality. Ethnic districts like little india and chinatown reflect its heterogeneous origins, whilst the colonial district is Still home to the raffles hotel where it’s almost compulsory to make like noel coward and order a ‘singapore sling’. Other unmissables include the orchard road shops and ‘bumboat’ rides along the river, whilst the island of sentosa awaits for beaches, golf courses and theme parks.
Flights & tranfers not included. British Airways non-stop flights to Singapore take approximately 13 hours. (Flights with Emirates, Etihad and Malaysian Airlines are also available with stops). The climate varies relatively little here so expect heat, humidity and downpours year-round.
No trip to Singapore is complete without a stay at Raffles. International hotel icon, and creator of the world-famous Singapore Sling, Raffles Singapore is arguably one of the world’s greatest hotels.
The St. Regis is Singapore’s premier address, an eminent landmark of grandeur and elegance located along Orchard Road, in the heart of the city’s prestigious downtown shopping district and close to the city’s beating cultural heart and nightlife hotspots. The first St. Regis in Southeast Asia, it is home to one of the continent’s finest private art collections with original pieces adorning many of the 299 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites.
Located along Marina Bay, Singapore’s vibrant eating and entertainment district and close to major landmarks, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is the perfect place from which to explore Singapore. The 527 luxurious rooms and spacious suites feature subtle oriental design touches as well as floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the city skyline, the ocean or harbour – your choice!
Sentosa Island, Singapore This five-star Sentosa Island getaway is a hotel like no other. A juxtaposition of the past and the present, it’s where the innovative architect Norman Foster was invited to inject contemporary flair into colonial elegance. The two historic buildings at the heart of the property have been here since the 1880s, yet their curvilinear extension is very much a 21st century affair.
Sentosa Island, Singapore The only resort in Singapore with a beachfront setting on Sentosa Island, this 454- room getaway now comes with all the impeccable style and service of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. It reopened early in 2011 after a total revamp, the world-class hotel company working their magic on all of the balconied guest rooms, as well as on the spa, restaurants, kids’ club and leisure facilities.
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