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A melting pot of culture, tradition and modernity - Singapore is sure to ensnare your senses and satiate the traveller in you. To make sure that your journey is hassle-free and comfortable, Skyscanner brings you a comprehensive list of hotels and places where you can crash after an exhaustive day at the wonderful city.

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Places to stay in Singapore

Little India in Singapore

Experience a slice of India in Singapore as you barrel through the buzzing alleys of Little India. From shopping to hogging on delicious Indian food, this area offers you an experience that is not only different in its own way, but is also close to your heart and home! You will find hostels and hotels fitting all types of budgets in Singapore. Tariffs start from INR 700 / USD 11 for hostels to INR 13000 / USD 200 for luxury hotels.

Marina Bay in Singapore

Sky kissing buildings, splendid waterfront promenades and artistic edifices, Marina Bay will cast an unbreakable spell on your mind and senses. You will also find some of the most fascinating and chic dining destinations here. The price of staying at Marina Bay ranges from INR 900 / USD 14 in hostels to INR 45000 / USD 700 approx. for luxury hotels.

Orchard Road in Singapore

Shopaholics out there, feel the glitter in your eyes as you stroll through the upscale shops, humongous shopping malls and classy restaurants on Orchard Road. An ideal hang out joint in Singapore, staying in this neighbourhood is a total delight. Again, like all other places in Singapore, this area also has budget hotels that cost about INR 6000 / USD 90 approx. to luxury hotels that cost about INR 15000 / USD 230.

Sentosa Island in Singapore

Synonymous to fun, Sentosa Island offers a fresh respite from the bustle of the city. Laze around on its beaches or have the time of your life at its excellent theme parks, if your definition of vacation is fun, you must stay at Sentosa Island. Staying at Sentosa can make your wallet lighter by INR 15000 / USD 230 to about INR 35000 / USD 540.

Harbour Front in Singapore : If you like to stay at a place where everything is at a stone’s throw distance, Harbour Front is perfect for you. From some of the fanciest shopping malls to the quaintest of eateries, this area in Singapore has a lot to offer. You can stay in the numerous resorts in this areas which would cost you about INR 12000 / USD 185.

How to go about in Singapore (Means of Transport)

Singapore has three options for your transport:

MRT (Mass Rapid Transport) in Singapore:

These are one of the fastest ways to travel across the city. You may buy single trip tickets or a Singapore Tourist Pass, a special EZ-Link stored-value card, which offers unlimited travel for one day (INR 488 / USD 7.5 approx.), two days (INR 780 / USD 12 approx.) or three days (INR 976 / USD 16 approx.). The MRT stations at the following places offer this card: Changi Airport, Orchard, Chinatown, City Hall, Raffles Place, Ang Mo Kio, Harbour Front, Bugis, Lavender and Bayfront.

Taxi in Singapore

You can also call cabs. Most of them are metered but surcharges might apply as well. Do not forget to take the receipts from drivers.

Bus in Singapore

City flaunts an exhaustive network of buses that go almost everywhere. You can pay using the EZ-Link stored-value card or the Singapore Tourist Pass. If you are paying by cash, do have the exact change.

Best Spa/Massages in Singapore

In need of some rest and relaxation? Pamper yourself to an utterly blissful massage at one of the following spas in Singapore:

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Note: Information and data provided on this page is correct as of May 21st, 2016