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Singapore holidays


The futuristic city of Singapore hangs from the tip of the Malay Peninsula like a glistening mirror ball. This 'Garden City' is arguably the food capital of Asia, but the island state is also renowned as an economic powerhouse. It's a true embodiment of modern cultural diversity: a synergy of East and West, past and present, modern and traditional.

The Padang is a must visit, a green space at the heart of the city and witness to many of Singapore's important historical moments and landmarks. On nearby Waterloo Street, Chinese temples, synagogues and Indian temples stand virtually side-by-side – evidence of this city's cultural diversity. It’s continued in Little India, a mini-Mumbai of temples, restaurants and shops, where you’re greeted by the heavy scent of spices and jasmine and leave carting carvings, silverware, and colourful silk saris. Then, among the Arab Quarter's gilded domes, share mint tea with carpet traders or pick up traditional kebaya dresses or handmade perfumes.

Little India, Singapore

Over in Chinatown, one of the most attractive areas of the city, lies an abundance of shophouses, street markets, bars and restaurants. In fact, there's two – the official Niu Che Shui and the newer Geylang ‘People's Chinatown', with more of an authentic feel. It's all lined with Indian shrines, mosques and churches alongside the Chinese monasteries and temples. 

Chinatown, Singapore

And, when it comes to dining, Singapore is up there among the world’s best, from fine modern-Singaporean cuisine at top Michelin restaurants to local, authentic street food, found in a plethora of hawker markets and food courts. With all tastes and budgets catered for, it's a foodie's haven. After, wash it all down with everything from stylish rooftop bars with awe-inspiring city views to hole-in-the-wall bars that serve locally-inspired concoctions.

Hawker markets

Singapore is also home to myriad green spaces, from the 250 acres of the waterfront Gardens by the Bay featuring the world's largest glass greenhouse and indoor waterfall to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a National Orchid Garden, swan lake and tropical trees.

Gardens by the Bay

Views across the skyline of Singapore and beyond to Malaysia and the Indonesian islands are best viewed from the world's largest observation wheel, the Singapore Flyer. At 165 metres tall, it's among the varied attractions of the thriving Marina Bay area that's home to myriad shops, galleries, walkways and restaurants alongside luxury hotels. Shopping is something of a national obsession in Singapore and Orchard Road is its most famous district: a long expanse of gleaming shopping centres and boutiques flanked by tree-lined walkways. The one-way road buzzes with activity day and night, not least in the run up to the ‘Christmas Light Up' and Chinese New Year when the streets are filled with parades.

Singapore Flyer

Singapore is a fantastic city for children – the open zoo is particularly popular, home to more than 300 species, including rare Asian animals such as the Komodo dragon, Sumatran tiger and clouded leopard, and a large colony of orangutan. Next door is also the world's first nocturnal zoo, the Night Safari, where guests can enjoy a safari through the jungle, via tram or on foot with a private guide.

Sentosa Island

A mix of theme parks, golf courses, beaches and hotels, just south awaits the beautiful Sentosa Island. Once a fishing village, Sentosa translates as ‘peace and tranquillity' in Malay – although during Singapore's school holidays, the locals come in their hordes. There is something for everyone, though, from the scenic cable car ride to the sprawling Fort Siloso, which reveals the story of Singapore's occupation and relief in the Second World War. The newest addition is Resorts World, a medley of shows, rides and attractions, among them the world's largest oceanarium.


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Special offers in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Singapore to Hong Kong with Silversea

16-day luxury ocean cruise from £8,900 pp incl. flights

cruise offer

Two-category suite upgrade & US$1,000 onboard credit
Book by: 31 May 2024

Explore the cultural and coastal delights of Southeast Asia as you sail from Singapore to Hong Kong with Silversea, taking in everywhere from the golden beaches of the Gulf of Thailand to the buzzing cities of Bangkok and Saigon.

Top itineraries in Singapore

Incense, Vietnam

Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam with Seabourn

17-day luxury ocean cruise from £7,895 pp incl. flights

Sailing between the high-tech cities of Singapore and Hong Kong, explore the sun-kissed islands and coastlines of Southeast Asia in depth and in style on this luxurious Seabourn Cruise.


Singapore & Sentosa Island in Style

7-day city and beach break from £3,135 pp

If you’re looking for a luxury short break to Singapore, look no further. This curated itinerary will see you stay in two of its finest hotels, pairing city exploration with golden island beaches.

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Singapore, Sydney & Port Douglas

15-day tailor-made holiday from £3,650 pp incl. flights

This three-centre holiday combines the great city destinations of Singapore and Sydney with the tropical charms of Port Douglas and the Great Barrier Reef.

What our clients say about our Singapore holidays

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Top places to stay in Singapore

Fullerton Hotel, Singapore

Fullerton Hotel, Singapore

Grand & elegant hotel

This grand neoclassical landmark was heralded National Monument in 2015; this heritage hotel is a gem that spectacularly dominates the cityscape on the banks of the Singapore River.

Grand Copthorne Waterfront, Singapore

Grand Copthorne Waterfront

Contemporary hotel

This spectacular 30-storey hotel is excellently located along Singapore’s pretty waterfront, and overlooking the Singapore River, offering four excellent dining options and fresh, streamlined bedrooms.

Lobby and Bar, The Warehouse Hotel

The Warehouse Hotel, Singapore

Contemporary hotel

The boutique Warehouse Hotel was built in 1895 and has now been beautifully restored, with ultra-contemporary rooms and historic touches to create a true oasis in the city.

Capella Singapore

Capella, Sentosa Island

Contemporary hotel

Capella is a restored, colonial 19th-century bungalow that offers true 5-star luxury hidden in the leafy centre of Sentosa Island, blending contemporary design with authentic Asian details.

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Singapore articles

Sir Raffles Statue, Singapore

Introducing Singapore's 2019 Bicentennial

The Singapore Bicentennial, brought on by the arrival of Sir Stamford Raffles in 1819, is set to make this nation one of 2019’s destinations to watch. From events and festivals along with the grand reopening of the iconic Raffles Hotel, it’s a wonderful chance to discover the city’s history.

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