If you'd like to spend your trip to Singapore in an economical way, select a hotel among 108 budget-friendly deals, such as Hotel 81 Orchid or Tai Hoe Hotel. Students and budget travelers to Singapore could consider staying at Adler Hostel (Adults Only), which offers rooms at 31US$ per one-night stay and is set 0.6 miles from the downtown. If you'd like to find a cheap hotel near Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Museum, you should try Abc Premium Hostel that features a rooftop terrace and a sundeck.
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Where to stay in Singapore?
Best cheap hotels in Singapore
Singapore airports & Subway stations
For travelers that would like to be close to Changi airport during their trip to Singapore, pick a hotel such as the 3-star The Haven By Jetquay just a 5-minute walk away. Grand Pacific is only a 10-minute walk from Esplanade metro station and comes with an outdoor swimming pool, a golf course and a patio. To take advantage of public transport in Singapore, think over booking Mandarin Oriental that is right close to Promenade MRT train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Singapore, consider staying at The Residence At Singapore Recreation Club in downtown area, you can also check out Marina Mandarin not far from Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore. A cheaper option in the center is Maple Lodge @ Chinatown Hostel, which comes at 21US$ per night. Cheap hotels are in abundance in Lavender district, including J8 Hotel and Hotel Boss.
Foodies should consider staying in hotels such as The Club Hotel, which is a 4-star hotel situated near Sri Mariamman Temple, Singapore as well as amidst a plethora of restaurants, like Lolla. Visitors that enjoy nature might pick a hotel near parks and an orchard, like 30 Bencoolen next to Church Of The Sacred Heart.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Singapore
For a luxury stay in Singapore, think of Hollandse Club, with quick access to Serene Centre and that features a tennis court, a golf course and squash. If you prefer a boutique hotel, Hotel Clover The Arts is a great option in Singapore. Travelers will find several good chain hotels in Singapore, including the stylish Pinnacle Hotel and Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay, which has an outdoor swimming pool, a casino and a Jacuzzi.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Singapore, you may wish to find apartments near Church Of The Sacred Heart, then book Park Avenue Clemenceau or Bunc@Radius Hostel On Clarke Quay. Le Grove Serviced Apartments is a standard B&B that is a 20-minute walk from Command House. If you're traveling to Singapore on business, it's best to stay in Marina Bay district, at a hotel like Backpackers@Sg that features a Jacuzzi, a patio and karaoke. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 203 hotels in Singapore, Oasia Hotel Downtown Singapore or Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Singapore
Singapure is a city from other century.
However, it comes difficult to define whether it is century back or forward. It’s steel and glass cityscape points to the future but its especially green environment which allows you to breathe easy and streets too clean to believe, it harks back to another age.
You can experience this curious mix yourself on your trip to Singapore. Booked.net can assist you with this if you browse our comprehensive list of Singapore hotels. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Singapore or one luxuriously appointed we have them all with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Some say Singapore is spotlessly clean, a city with ''sterile predictability'', but the famous writer William Gibson saw beyond that - "Disneyland with the death penalty''- a status it earned for more than just clean corners, but the out of time contrast it was built around.
Can you imagine if time stopped for a while? In Singapore you will, when you first have to ask a local for help. If you are a bit puzzled finding your way back in this city you are faced with a huge contrast of people from busy white-collar workers to fortune-tellers to ask directions from. The latter is perhaps the echo of 19th
century France where fortune-telling was widely practiced, but hey… you are in Singapore in the 21st century. It is advisable to stick closer to the white-collared if you want to keep your pockets full.
All the better to spend your money on the legendary cuisine in Singapore or just take in the numerous sights it offers. Attractions include;
- Old Parliament House, a remnant of colonial Singapore
- Carlsberg Sky Tower, this 361-foot tower offers unforgettable views of Singapore
- The Temple of Heavenly Happiness, the oldest and largest of Chinese temples
- Night Safari, the world's first wildlife park designed exclusively for night viewing
Most of today's Singapore originated much earlier in 1819 when it appeared as a British trading post alongside Penang and Malacca. By 1820, Singapore's trade surpassed that of Penang and became the centre of government for the three areas, while the first step toward independence - self-government - was made in 1959. On 9 August 1965, it became a sovereign, democratic and independent state with a multicultural essence.
The population of Singapore has the sixth-highest percentage of foreigners in the world even though Singapore itself is very compact. Statistics state the population of Singapore in 2009 was 4.99 million people with 74.2 percent Chinese, Malays 13.4 percent and Indians 9.2 percent and on to the world famous and rich on their visit to Singapore.
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