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Where to Eat in Plaza Singapura: 11 Restaurants To Try

PUBLISHED September 17th, 2019 06:30 am | UPDATED October 22nd, 2019 08:33 pm

Funan might be the newest mall in Singapore, but Plaza Singapura was truly the OG shopping complex. Hungry? There’re so many places to choose from – and probably no shortage of snaking queues during the weekends – so we’ve done the work for you, and sussed out the best restaurants and eateries to dine at!


Located on the third floor, Lokkee is a trendy Chinese restaurant that specialises in Western-inspired Asian take-out food. Conceptualised by the TungLok Group, Lokkee’s furnishings are a contemporary mishmash of modernistic Chinese fittings and Western popular culture icons such as Star War’s Boba Fett – pretty snazzy for Chinese food, if you ask us. See our full review here for more our recommendations at Lokkee.

Lokkee is located at  68 Orchard Rd, #03-01, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6884 4566. Open daily 11am-3pm, 5.30pm-10pm. 


Arteastiq Boutique Tea House

Both a café space and a social painting studio, Arteastiq Boutique Tea House is the place to chill in Plaza Singapura. Customers can participate in therapeutic Art Jamming sessions (S$48++ per pax), enjoy a relaxing Afternoon Tea (S$48++ for two pax), or even plan corporate jam sessions with groups as small as eight and as large as fifty under the Artepret package.

Arteastiq Boutique Tea House is located at 68 Orchard Rd,  #03-70/72, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 0952 . Open Mon-Fri 11am-10pm. Sat-Sun 10am-10pm. 

Coco Ichibanya

The quintessential Japanese curry house is ideal for anyone with a penchant for sweet, aromatic Japanese curry topped in mountains of fried food – and customisation is the name of the game. Be it spice levels, rice portions, sauce, and toppings, anything goes just how you like it, so go nuts on carbs or fire up your tastebuds with level ten spiciness.

Coco Ichibanya is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #03-73, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6238 7539. Open Sun-Thu 10am-10pm, Fri-Sat 10am-11pm. 

Tsukada Nojo

Creamy, milky and rich, it’s hardly surprising that collagen broths have taken food-obsessed Singapore by storm. Located on the third floor of Plaza Singapura, Tsukada Nojo has etched itself in Singapore’s food and beverage scene with a ‘beauty pot’ blend of chicken collagen broth, and fresh ingredients such as meatballs, mushrooms and veggies. Try the house special: the Bijin Nabe (S$25++ per pax, for a minimum of two).

Tsukada Nojo is located at 68B Orchard Rd, #03-81, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 5003. Open daily 11.30am-3.30pm, 5pm-10pm. 

Nam Nam Noodle Bar

Owned by the celebrated Les Amis Group (who also introduced sustainability concept Kausmo), Nam Nam Noodle Bar has always been a big player in the movement of Vietnamese food in Singapore, thanks in part to a rapid expansion across the country. While nothing beats a bowl of authentic Vietnamese pho, the quick-and-easy option here cuts pretty close.

Nam Nam Noodle Bar is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #01-55, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6837 2252. Open daily 8am-10pm. 

Seorae Singapore

Seorae Singapore is a Korean barbecue restaurant that’s all about galmaegisal – a pork skirt meat that was only served to Korean royalty in the past. Galmaegisal is prepared through a unique cooking method that employs the use of a circular grill, and diners can expect honest-to-good barbecued meats at this establishment, in addition to a range of yummy stews and delicious bingsu.

Seorae Singapore is located at #02-01, Plaza Singapura 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238863, p. +65 6238 8429. Open Sun-Thurs 11.30am-10pm. Fri-Sat 11.30am-11pm.

Hai Di Lao

At this point, the world-renowned hotpot giant has already sold most Singaporeans on their impeccable service and crowd-pleasing noodle-pulling. They offer nine different soup bases from tangy Sichuan Pickles to Local Laksa flavours, which alone will set you back S$20++. Expect to spend around S$40++ per person here, but it can be pretty worth it for special occasions (or to impress a date). It’s also open till 6am in the morning, so you’ll have your hotpot cravings satisfied at any hour of the night.

Hai Di Lao is located at 68 Orchard Rd #04-01/20, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6250 0990. Open daily 10.30am-6am.

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki is an affordable option to get your sashimi fix. Options include the standard Bara Zuke Chirashi Don (S$15.80++) and fireside-grilled meats like the Gyu Teriyaki Set (S$18.80++). There’s an option to add-on slices of sashimi (four for S$5.80++), as well as a S$5++ top-up for Asahi beer. If you’re looking for maximum umami, opt for the Chirashi Zushi (S$23. 80++), laden with plenty of uni and prawns that’ll give your cholesterol a run for its money.

Kai Sushi & Robatayaki is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #04-68, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6336 1480. Open daily, 11.30am-10pm.

Teppei Syokudo

While Coco Ichibanya let’s you build your own curry rice, Teppei Sykudo brings DIY to sashimi bowls. Customise your very own DIY Kaisen Don from the bottom up – that includes size, base, and eight varieties of fresh sashimi to choose from. There’s also a wealth of toppings and premium add-ons to take your takeaway to the next level, from mentaiko, to flying fish roe, to good old tamago. Expect to fork out S$16++ and above for one bowl, available for both takeaway and dine-in.

Teppei Syokudo is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #B2-20, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6266 6382. Open daily, 11am-10pm.


The Japanese confectioners have a rich history that dates back to 1931 when founder Fyodor Morozoff founded the confectionery brand after taking refuge in Japan during the Revolution. Since then, the brand has been associated with the richness of Western confectionery and quality Japanese precision. It’s where you can get a plethora of chocolates and sweets, including creamy Hokkaido Cream Cheese Cakes (S$26++ for 324g).

Morozoff is located at #01-61, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6341 9967. Open daily 10.30am-9.30pm.

Slappy Cakes

Want to get a little creative with dessert? Pick a batter, some fixings, and pile on the toppings – Slappy Cakes brings boundless joy to the young at heart with fresh pancakes made a la minute in any shape or form your heart desires. But if you aren’t in the mood to work up a sweat, the menu also offers a range of ready-to-eat meals, like Smoked Salmon Benedict (S$17++) and Seafood Aglio Olio (S$16++). And because it’s open till late, breakfast for dinner is totally a thing here.

Slappy Cakes is located at 68 Orchard Rd, #03-02, Plaza, Singapore 238839, p. +65 6738 7207. Open Mon-Fri 10am-10pm, Sat-Sun 10.30am-10pm.

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Plaza Singapura Food Directory

Plaza Singapura is where you will go to for a quick retail fix after a long day at work. Other than retail items and familiar brand names, Plaza Singapura also houses a large array of eateries to feed your tummy after a long day. There are so many dining choices here to choose from!

Here, we have compiled this Plaza Singapura Food Directory which gives you a list of all the food places. You can now dine without the worry of excessive Googling on phone numbers or opening hours.


#B1-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 0631
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-39 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-44 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-40 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9162
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-84 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 3277
Mon to Fri: 11. 30am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 10pm


#B1-08 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6835 7832
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 4566
Daily: 11am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 10pm


#B2-22 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6238 1245
Daily: 10am – 9pm


#B1-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6883 0026
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#01-34 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 6884
Mon to Thu, Sun: 11am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 1am


#B1-55 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6837 2252
Daily: 10am – 9.30pm


#03-80/82 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6684 4312
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#04-10/11 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 2555
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#04-46 to 51 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6352 7877
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-02 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9650
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6759 1082
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#01-32/35 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6735 9323
Daily: 10am – 11pm


#B2-47 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9181 3038
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#B2-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6334 3757
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-64 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9368 6678
Daily: 10.30am – 10pm

Photo Credit: sapporolionsg


#B2-57 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9936
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-52/54 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 5676
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm


#B2-52/54 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6337 5676
Daily: 11.30am – 10pm


#B2-32 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 9018
Mon to Sat: 9.30am – 10pm
Sun: 9.30am – 9.30pm


#03-18 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6341 9909
Daily: 11am – 10pm

Photo Credit: plazasingapura


#02-01 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 9181 2709
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#04-65/68 Plaza Singapura,
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6264 3390
Daily: 12pm – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm


#B2-26 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6684 0930
Daily: 8am – 9.30pm


#03-79/83 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 8381
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-46 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6325 4508
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-56 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 6077
Daily: 10am – 9.30pm


#01-34B/53 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6910 1153
Daily: 24 hours


#04-63/67 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 5423
Daily: 11. 30am – 10pm


#03-23 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6837 0650
Daily: 10.30am – 10.30pm


#B2-45 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#B2-20 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6266 6382
Daily: 11am – 8pm


#03-24 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6339 5442
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#06-07 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6835 9300
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#03-21 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6338 9894
Daily: 11am – 10pm

#03-02 Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 4566
Daily: 11. 30am – 3pm, 5.30pm – 10pm


#01-29A Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6251 2000
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B4-53 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6509 1127
Daily: 11am – 10pm


#03-81 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6336 5003
Daily: 11.30am – 3.30pm, 5pm – 10pm


#B2-42 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6555 9101
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#B2-35/36 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 5096
Daily: 7.30am – 9.30pm


#01-K1 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6336 3633
Daily: 11am – 10.30pm


#B2-41 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6238 8435
Daily: 10am – 10pm


#06-08/09/10 Plaza Singapura
68, Orchard Road
Singapore 238839
Tel: +65 6884 8698
Mon to Fri, Eve of PH: 11am – 11pm
Sat & Sun, PH: 10am – 11pm

Top Dining Deals At Plaza Singapura

Can’t decide what to eat? We all have those days. At Plaza Singapura, no matter what you’re feeling today or the time of the day, there are great dining deals waiting for you!

Eat Your Way Around The World At Plaza Singapura

Conveniently situated at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station, this shopping mall along Orchard Road has a wide range of cuisines for you to choose from – Chinese, Vietnamese, British and more!  

For Asian cuisines: Tuck into classic Chinese dishes at Nanjing Impressions and save 10% off any time, any day! Be whisked right to China without even leaving Plaza Singapura as you dine within the tastefully decorated restaurant complete with calligraphy and textiles that have a rich history dating back to ancient China. 

Feeling up ‘pho’ some soup? A hot piping bowl of Pho awaits at NamNam! Boasting legit Vietnamese fare, don’t forget to order a cup of Viet Coffee that’ll give you the fuel to go on with your day. Enjoy 18% off a $20 cash voucher when you purchase restaurant vouchers to NamNam on ChopeDeals!

For Western delights: In the area and searching for a quick grab-and-go but filling lunch at Plaza Singapura on a busy afternoon? Purchase the Signature Sides deal by CHIPPY British Take Away, which is going at 33% off. You don’t have to compromise on flavour here! Featuring a comforting box of chicken macaroni and cheese, you’ll also get to munch on crispy fried Oreos to sweetly round off the meal! 

If your artistic senses are tingling, Slappy Cakes might be right up your alley. With all-day breakfast on the menu, you’ll get to DIY your pancake batter before squeezing it onto the griddle and adorning them with toppings of your choice! Who says you can only have breakfast food in the morning? What’s more, you can save 10% off at Slappy Cakes with ChopeDeals

Save With Plaza Singapura Food Deals On ChopeDeals

With ChopeDeals, take up to 50% off selected restaurants when you purchase dining vouchers to restaurants at Plaza Singapura. Treat yourself and your stomach to a memorable meal at Plaza Singapura without burning a hole in your wallet! 


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Lokkee, Plaza Singapura

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Plaza Singapura, #03-01, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839

How to use

Booking Guidelines:
  • The voucher cannot be exchanged for cash or other offers. No change or refunds will be given if the bill does not exceed the value of the cash voucher used
  • If your order exceeds the value of the voucher, you must pay the rest of your bill in person
  • In case of any dispute, the decision of Klook Travel Technology Limited and Lokkee shall be final
Redemption Guidelines:
  • You can present either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity
  • Plaza Singapura, #03-01, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839
Opening Hours
  • Lunch: 11:00am-3:00pm (last order time: 2:30pm), daily
  • Dinner: 5:30pm-10:00pm (last order time: 9:30pm), daily
How To Get There
  • 3 min walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station. Please check the map for assistance
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Lokkee at Plaza Singapura
  • Address: Plaza Singapura, #03-01, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839

Please refer to the following link for assistance: map

  • How To Get There: 3 min walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.
  • Opening Hours:

Monday-Sunday: 11:00-15:00

Monday-Sunday: 17:30-22:00

  • Lunch:last order time: 14:30pm
  • Dinner: last order time: 21:30pm

Fuel up on Halal food in central Singapore

A Muslim-owned izakaya decked out in Japanese paraphernalia, and a hidden garden oasis serving ginger-infused dishes are just some of the Halal dining gems you’ll uncover in the heart of Singapore. With a dizzying array of Halal options, you’ll never have to eat at the same place twice.


Discover more about Bugis’ colourful past as you stroll down streets that tell stories of its rich heritage. You’ll find plenty of Halal food options here but visit these gems for a mix of old and new.

Islamic Restaurant

Majestic portraits of sultans embellish the walls of Islamic Restaurant, evidence of the numerous royalties and dignitaries that have patronised the establishment since it opened approximately a century ago. The restaurant is not only popular with nobility—it’s also common to see multi-generational families flocking to the restaurant for a taste of its nasi briyani (Indian spiced rice dish with meat or vegetables). This carb-heavy dish is not for those on a diet—it comes ladled with a curry of your choice: chicken, mutton, fish, vegetable or prawn, and is crowned with a crispy papadum (fried Indian cracker).

Islamic Restaurant. 745 North Bridge Road #01-01, Singapore 198713. +65 6298 7563.
Daily 10am-10pm..

Harāru Izakaya

With artistic impressions of Tokyo’s back alleys decorating the walls and traditional tatami mats on the floors, Harāru Izakaya recreates an authentic Japanese experience.

This Muslim-owned Japanese gastropub focuses on meat dishes, like its popular wagyu beef with garlic sauce grilled over a charcoal fire. Lunch offerings are limited to four types of rice bowls—beef, unagi (freshwater eel), salmon and chicken—so come during their dinner service to experience a whole gamut of delicious offerings.

As night time approaches, Haji Lane takes on a different persona. Buskers line the street, strumming acoustic pop tunes on guitars and serenading the crowd with smooth vocals. Pull up a chair or sit on a step by the side of the road—It’s time to get lost in the music.

Harāru Izakaya. 16 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199437. +65 6291 5373.
Daily noon-11pm.

Dhoby Ghaut

With Fort Canning Park and Istana Park within walking distance from Dhoby Ghaut Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, you’ll want to fuel up at these spots before taking in the sights and sounds of nature around you.

Cajun on Wheels

Get your plastic bibs ready, because things are about to get messy at Cajun on Wheels. This Halal restaurant located in Plaza Singapore serves Louisiana-style seafood that arrives at your table in a bucket. Pour out its contents and feast on crabs, prawns, mussels and more, drenched in a sauce of your choice—we recommend the chilli egg sauce that is also used for Singapore’s famous chilli crab.

Afterward, sneak a peek at Singapore’s version of The White House. Meaning “palace” in Malay, the Istana is the official place of residence of the President of Singapore and was first erected in 1867. The grounds are open to the public on Chinese New Year, Deepavali, Hari Raya Puasa, Labour Day and National Day, so plan your trip around those dates if you’d like a closer look.

Plaza Singapura. 68 Orchard Rd #03-92, Singapore 238839. +65 6341 9665.
Daily 11am-10pm.


Shop to your heart’s content at Orchard Road, which is lined with luxury malls and quirky boutiques. Here, you can do everything from tailoring suits to picking up some last-minute souvenirs.


With an array of must-try local dishes, StraitsKitchen lets you tick all the boxes with its buffet spread. The Halal-certified restaurant has five live kitchens that fire up dishes like satay (grilled skewered meat), laksa (spicy coconut milk-based noodle soup) and roti prata (South Indian flatbread), that will keep you coming back for more. We recommend wearing loose fitting clothes—you’re guaranteed to leave feeling stuffed to the brim.

After your meal, stroll down Orchard Road, Singapore’s glamorous shopping belt that’s chock-a-block with both luxury labels and affordable finds. Pick up unique local mementoes at TANGS, where you’ll find a selection of independent local brands.

Grand Hyatt Singapore. 10 Scotts Road Lobby Level, Singapore 228211. +65 6732 1234.
Mon-Fri 6.30-10.30am, noon-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm; Sat & Sun 6.30-11am, 12.30-3pm, 6-10.30pm.


Situated away from the bustle of Orchard Road, Tanglin is a quieter spot where you can unwind at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The Halia

Lush greenery shields this quaint restaurant from the main road, making for a private dining experience hidden from prying eyes. The Halia is nestled in the middle of the Singapore Botanic Gardens’ Ginger Garden, home to over 250 varieties of ginger among other plants and flowers. The spicy root is interpreted in a variety of ways in the Halia’s many dishes, from the lemongrass and ginger prawn salad with ginger flower dressing, to its Ginger Garden dessert.

Explore the rest of the garden after your meal. You can follow one of the online trail guides or join a volunteer-guided tour by NParks that takes place every Saturday (except for the 5th Saturday of the month) to discover the abundance of flora species native to this region.

Singapore Botanic Gardens. 1 Cluny Road (Ginger Gardens), Singapore 259569. +65 8444 1148.
Mon-Fri 9am-10pm; Sat & Sun10am-10pm.

FIVE GUYS Is Now Opened At Plaza Singapura

SCREAMMMM! FIVE GUYS official opens its first Singapore store at Plaza Singapura!

Attention fast food lovers, cult-favourite American burger joint has just partnered the Zouk Group in bringing FIVE GUYS to Singapore. The first outlet is opened on 16 December 2019, at #01-32, Plaza Singapura.

The outlet is located along a prime stretch on the ground floor of the mall overlooking the Orchard Road belt.

After many months of planning, we’re thrilled to finally unveil the very first FIVE GUYS store in Singapore. FIVE GUYS is an exciting addition to our portfolio, and we were fortunate to be presented with an opportune space in the city that is highly accessible so that fans of FIVE GUYS can come together to enjoy their favourite burgers with ease. This first outlet will be the bedrock upon which we grow the brand in Singapore, and we look forward to more to come,” says Andrew Li, Chief Executive Officer of Zouk Group.

FIVE GUYS burgers are made with only the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Their patties are hand-formed with no preservatives and buns are baked fresh daily with a secret recipe. The meat is perfected 80/20 lean to fat ratio. With 15 FREE burger toppings, their burger combinations are endless.

If you are a hot dog person, their all-beef hotdogs are split and grilled with a caramelized exterior. You can choose to add melted American-style cheese, crispy smoked bacon, or both to go with it.

Their fries are hand-cut daily, cooked in peanut oil and made boardwalk-style, firm on the outside with a creamy, mashed potato filling. Try them in the traditional FRIVE GUYS way or spice things up with their spicy Cajun seasoning.

Their shakes are known to have a creamy, vanilla base. You can customise them by adding one or more of the eleven premium mix-ins such as crispy bacon, real bananas, fresh strawberries or even cold-brewed coffee that are made daily in-store.

FIVE GUYS is located at 68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, #01-32, Singapore 238839.

A Chinese version of the article appeared here.

90,000 Singapore’s Best Bars – Unique Singapore

At night, Lion City is not only completely safe, but also very interesting. Closed bohemian bars, luxurious views, conceptual and hidden bars without a sign – sometimes it seems that after sunset, life here just begins.

From the list of “50 best bars in the world 2019

The judges of the annual authoritative rating The World’s 50 Best Bars have summed up the results, and we are glad to admit that Singapore not only keeps up, but even made it to the top of their rating.

ATLAS (8th place)

The interior of this spectacular bar is inspired by the roaring 20s, and when you get here, you feel like in Art Deco Europe. The bartenders behind the open atrium counter masterfully mix the most complex combinations. In addition, ATLAS is famous for its 1100 gin collection – the largest in Singapore.

* The bar also ranks 5th in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019”

  • 600 North Bridge Road, Parkview Square
  • Open daily from 10:00 (Saturday from 15:00, closed on Sundays), from 17:00 dress code

Manhattan Bar (11th place)

Located in the Regent Singapore, this bar truly transports you to chic New York.The cocktail list is varied and includes both local drinks and classics, including those undeservedly forgotten. Both the atmosphere and the snacks here are designed for true gourmets.

* The bar also ranks 2nd in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019” ranking

  • 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore, Level 2
  • Open daily from 17:00, dress code

Native (12th)

A team of professionals led by renowned Singaporean bartender Vijay Mudaliara adds local herbs and spices to every cocktail, and it should be noted that they are masterful at it.By the way, they were even invited to the Singapore Festival held in Moscow in September 2018.

* The bar also ranks 4th in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019”

  • 51A Amoy Street
  • Open daily from 18:00

Jigger & Pony (29th)

The owners of the elegant cocktail bar Jigger & Pony, named after 19th century measuring cups, did not try to hide their joy at the award ceremony in London.The bar has recently changed its premises, and such a high rating has given the owners inspiration for new creative feats.

* The bar also ranks 9th in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019” ranking

  • 165 Tanjong Pagar Road, Amara Singapore, # 01-01
  • Open daily from 17:00

Operation Dagger (30th place)

A peculiar, but very conceptual establishment without a sign.Minimalistic interior, laconic presentation – everything is more than redeemed by the taste of drinks and snacks, as well as the charm of the bartender.

* The bar also ranks 22nd in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019”

  • 7 Ann Siang Hill # B1–01
  • Open daily from 15:00 (closed on Sundays)

The Old Man (38th place)

A charming and cozy bar that came to Singapore from Hong Kong.Visitors have the chance to meet in person the legendary Andrew Yap, the owner of The Old Man and a pioneer in the Asian bar industry. The bar is comfortably located in Chinatown, without any sign, so we recommend looking for a pineapple-shaped lamp in front of the door – it will lead you to the coveted place!

  • 55 Keong Saik R oa d, # 01-04
  • Open daily from 17:00

Bars with a view

Nothing could be more enjoyable than enjoying a bird’s eye view of Singapore while sipping a perfectly prepared cocktail.The bars listed below boast not only the work of their bartenders, but also excellent cuisine, so it’s better to come here hungry.


A beautiful view rooftop bar at the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort, where DJ sets combine incredible views, delicious cocktails and contemporary Italian cuisine.

  • 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Tower 1, Level 57
  • Open daily from 12:00, from 19:00 dress code

Spago Bar & Lounge

The panoramic bar combines interesting cocktails, original serving and views of the famous Marina Bay Sands swimming pool soaring over Singapore.In the evenings it is always very lively and fun, it is better to book a table in advance.

  • 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Level 57, Sands Skypark Tower 2
  • Open daily from 12:00, dress code from 20:00

CÉ LA VI Club Lounge

Bar-restaurant in the clouds on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands complex. It features a 360-degree panorama of Singapore and a chic atmosphere.Desserts and unusual cocktails are especially popular at the bar.

  • 1 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3
  • Open daily from 12:00, from 22:00 dress code
  • Paid admission: 20 SGD (you must spend this amount at the bar on drinks)


The rooftop bar of the National Gallery of Singapore offers breathtaking panoramic views of the vibrant city and an overall sense of happiness.Well, the cocktails, of course, did not disappoint!

  • 1 Saint Andrew’s Road # 06-02, National Gallery Singapore
  • Open daily from 11:30

Smoke & Mirrors

The panoramic bar in the National Gallery of Singapore is famous for its views of the city center, as well as for very unusual cocktails and haute cuisine – looking at the serving of dishes, you are amazed at the inexhaustible imagination of the chef.

  • 1 Saint Andrew’s Road # 06-01, National Gallery Singapore
  • Open daily from 15:00, on weekends from 12:00, dress code applies (shoes must be closed)

Salt grill & Sky bar

Modern Australian cuisine means first of all quality meat. However, cocktails did not disappoint here either. The restaurant is located in the heart of Singapore, on Orchard Road, at an altitude of 217 meters.

  • 2 Orchard Turn # 55–01, ION Orchard
  • Open daily from 11:00 to 14:00 and from 18:00 to 22:00

Zafferano Terrace Lounge

An open terrace on the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Center attracts with an incredible panorama of the city and an excellent cocktail list. Sip cocktails as you take in the city at night. We advise you to come around 18:00 and enjoy the views of the metropolis at sunset!

  • 10 Collyer Quay, Level 43, Ocean Financial Center
  • Open daily from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm and from 5:30 pm to late evening, dress code


Singapore’s tallest bar, 1-Altitude, is located on the 64th floor.The outdoor rooftop area will delight lovers of selfies and outdoor dancing. 1-Altitude gives you the best panoramic images of the city. It is also a rebel bar: thanks to the tree growing on the roof, its height is 2 meters higher than the allowable height for building buildings in Singapore. But shhh … it’s a secret!

  • 1 Raffles Place
  • Open daily from 18:00 until late at night, dress code
  • Paid admission: 35 SGD (includes two drinks) before 21:00 and 45 SGD after


Quiet and romantic bar with a rooftop terrace at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore.A cozy atmosphere, beautiful views of the bay and Marina Bay Sands Resort will complement the fine selection of French wines.

  • 80 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
  • Open daily from 10:00


A brewery in one of the skyscrapers of the business district. We advise you to book a table in advance and preferably by the window to enjoy not only the highest quality intoxicating drink, but also the lights of Singapore.

  • 8 Marina Boulevard # 33–01, Marina Bay Financial Center Tower 1
  • Operates daily from 11:30 to late evening

Hidden door

Singapore’s secret places, where bartenders mix and shake unforgettable cocktails, but only the regulars and those who have been in the city for a long time know about it.

Maison Ikkoku

The gods of mixology work here, combining the freshest ingredients, unlimited imagination and the feeling of a guest in glasses: there is no menu in the bar, each drink is created individually.The owner of the establishment became famous for mixing the most expensive cocktail in all of Asia – The Jewel of Pangea, worth 32 thousand dollars per glass. Of course, there are more affordable options in the bar.

  • 20 Kandahar Street, Level 2
  • Open daily from 18:00 to 01:00

28 HongKong Street

Great service, relaxed atmosphere and of course unforgettable cocktails.The bar has won numerous awards and is one of the most famous “hidden gems” in Singapore. It is better to book a table in advance.

* The bar also ranks 21st in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019” ranking

  • 28 HongKong Street
  • Open daily from 18:00

Fat Prince

An exotic mix of bohemian Istanbul and Paris attracts Singaporean connoisseurs of great cocktails and atmosphere to this bar.Cocktails are inspired by city walks on the Seine and Bosphorus, as well as local drinks. Great music and Turkish cuisine are bonuses.

  • 48 Peck Seah Street
  • Open daily from 11:30 to 15:00 and from 18:00 to midnight (on Sundays the bar is closed)

Birds of a Feather

This trendy bar on Amoy Street attracts with signature cocktails, an interior styled in the spirit of traditional Asian teahouses and a warm atmosphere.By the way, delicious Sichuan cuisine is served here.

  • 115 Amoy Street
  • Open daily from 10:30 to 15:00 and from 17:00 to 23:00


A very intimate 30-seat bar on the roof of a historic shophouse on Boat Key. It features a beautiful view of the busy party street and the Singapore River, and received a Michelin star for its cuisine and cocktails.

  • 2 Boat Quay, Level 5/6
  • Open daily from 5:30 pm to midnight (on Sundays the bar is closed)


Mixologists combining tastes and smells almost at the molecular level.The bar is located on the roof of the Esplanade Theater, which also means a wonderful view of the bay.

  • 8 Raffles Avenue # 04–01, Esplanade-Theaters on the Bay
  • Open daily from 18:00 until late at night


A bar on the Boat Key without a sign. But the view from it is fantastic – the whole center with sights and the river with elegant river trams at a glance. Quality cocktails and delicious food make this secret spot even better!

  • 80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop
  • Operates daily from 17:00 to midnight

The Other Room

The bar is located in the Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, and not everyone can find it.We give you a landmark – a black door, knock, they will open for you! Usually connoisseurs well versed in drinks gather here. The bar has a team of good bartenders who mix classic cocktails with a modern touch.

* The bar also ranks 46th in the “50 Best Bars in Asia 2019” ranking

  • 320 Orchard Road, # 01–05, Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
  • Open daily from 18:00 until late at night
  • 90,037 90,000 gourmet / Travel paradise.Ru / Countries and regions

    Every year, Singapore attracts millions of travelers who want to know what is the culinary miracle of this city-state. Singapore’s main airport, Changi, plays an important role in the city’s gastronomic life: more than 120 restaurants and cafes in three terminals open their doors daily to guests from all over the world. Even sophisticated gourmets find places here that can pleasantly surprise: a local restaurant or snack bar, a cafe with European cuisine and even a vegetarian and halal menu.It is for this reason that this unique airport has become one of the favorite destinations for tourists and locals alike.

    Singapore Food Street //

    Enjoy a variety of flavors without leaving the airport

    A wide selection of street food is available in the transit area of ​​Terminal 3. This is the entire Singapore Food Street , with an area of ​​about 1 km2, a must-see route for those who dream of experiencing the culture of Singapore’s street food.In 13 locations, you can sample over 200 of Singapore’s most popular dishes and find exactly what you like: traditional chicken rice, fried shrimp noodles, fried rice noodles, pork rib soup and many more.

    Singapore Food Street features Peranakan-style décor and is reminiscent of 1960s Singapore. To immerse yourself further in the city’s special gastronomic culture, settle into one of the cozy cafes of traditional Singaporean cuisine.For example, Café The Wang Café (Transit Lounge at Departures, Terminals 1, 2) pampers guests with traditional recipes. Those who are in Singapore for the first time will be interested in trying some original dishes. For example, coconut milk laksa soup (with rice
    noodles, soy sprouts, shrimps and mussels) or traditional kaya toast, with kaya jam made from sugar, eggs and coconut milk (served with egg in a bag, coffee kopi or tea). Nowadays, it is not only a traditional Singaporean breakfast, but also a popular dish for a quick bite.

    Traditional Kaya Toast at The Wang Café //

    Places You Didn’t Expect to Find at the Airport

    The world’s only Hard Rock Café at the airport was opened in Changi. Perfect for connoisseurs of old rock and classic American cuisine, try the award-winning burger, fajitos and traditional nachos.

    The newly opened cafe Ippudo Express (Terminal 3) offers Japanese sandwiches, fresh salads and the best ramen soup in town.You will definitely enjoy one of its variations: Hakata Tonkotsu ramen (with meat broth with noodles, tender pork, green onions and mushrooms), Spicy Miso Tonkotsu spicy ramen (with red pepper) or Maze Soba medium spicy, formally considered a soup, but served without broth and hot.

    Spicy ramen in the Japanese cafe Ippudo Express //

    Locals are partial to Peach Garden Noodle House (Terminal 1, Departure Hall).This is the best Chinese restaurant in town, with freshly prepared dim sum, fried rice, double-boiled soup, special offers from the chef and popular desserts await every guest. Stewed noodles with fish pieces and spicy pumpkin in black bean sauce deserve special attention.

    Freshly made dim sum at Peach Garden Noodle House //

    Waiting time flies by in Changi

    Bar La Cave Wine Bar (Terminal 1) on the roof of the Cactus Garden, decorated in a European theme.Here they spend time with a glass of wine or cool beer, enjoying the mesmerizing view of the runway. Ask the bartender to mix your own cocktail or choose from a wide selection of bar menus. In addition to drinks, the restaurant serves a range of main courses and entertains guests with jazz performances and sports programs. Another favorite pub of locals is Harry’s Bar , located in the same terminal: right in the open air, guests taste the legendary Singapore Sling and Bellini cocktails and Premium Lager beer.

    La Cave Wine Bar //

    24/7 access to top restaurants

    If you are traveling through the main gates of South Asia in transit and with an overnight stopover, you will certainly be delighted that Changi has also taken care of transit passengers. On the territory of three terminals, 36 restaurants are ready to receive travelers 24 hours a day. The 24-hour restaurant PAUL is the perfect choice for a pleasant pastime, here you can taste real pastries, the recipe of which has been passed down from generation to generation by bakers since 1889.The restaurant, open in Terminal 3 (the departure lounge for transit passengers), offers delicious buns, fresh bread and other pastries that will please even gourmets.

    The best way to experience Singapore is to start your journey by exploring the delicacies and traditional treats of the local cuisine. Regardless of whether you are passing Singapore
    in transit or planning to spend some time here, you will be pleasantly surprised at how you can spend your time at the airport. Leave your free time in advance for leisure in Changi and you will definitely
    get an unforgettable experience and even be able to share it with family and friends using the interactive installation Social Tree .



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    90,000 How to open a restaurant in Singapore? The second part of.

    Part I of the article on starting a restaurant business in Singapore at first glance talks about the legality of starting a restaurant business in Singapore. After completing the initial phase, your restaurant can take the first steps towards its profit, but at the same time you should complete other formalities, some of which are within the discretionary power.

    Halal Certification in Singapore

    In order to seize market share when opening a restaurant in Singapore, where Muslims make up a significant proportion (15% of the population), the owner must pay to have a Halal certified establishment on the condition that this restaurant, he will keep accordingly with strict provisions laid down by the Islamic Religious Council Singapore (Islamic Religious Council of Singapore -MUIS) – Halal certification body in Singapore.

    Halal certification fees for restaurants range from S $ 480 to S $ 640 depending on the size of the restaurant.

    As of August 2006, all new applications for Halal certification must be made online.

    Alcohol License – Liquor License in Singapore

    If, before or after starting your restaurant business in Singapore, you want to add additional applications to your service while serving alcohol at your restaurant, you will need a Liquor License.

    Retailing alcoholic beverages, including beer, in restaurants will require a Liquor License from the Liquor Licensing Board.

    Applications can be submitted online and the license will be issued within 2 years.

    Liquor license is of 2 types:

    1. for beer houses and
    2. taverns

    Depending on the hours, the state house retail license is subdivided into first and second class licenses.

    License costs range from S $ 520 to S $ 1600.

    The license is issued for two years.

    An application with all the necessary supporting documents that are submitted will be processed within 14 days.

    License for Importing Food Ingredients in Singapore

    Since restaurant kitchens prepare gourmet meals, you will have to bring in some of the ingredients from indigenous peoples from other countries.

    If you intend to import processed foods and appliances, you must apply for a Registration Number with the Food Control Division (FCD) of the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).

    Processed foods include raw spices, raw or semi-processed food ingredients, flour, bottled water, liqueurs, wines, pastries, noodles and pasta, beverages, etc.d.

    The purpose of this license is to ensure the safety of food products that enter Singapore.

    Pay attention !!! that you must first obtain a General Import / Export License (the so-called Central Registration (CR) Number) from Singapore Customs prior to submitting your application for the FCD registration number.

    Goods and Services Tax (GST) Registration in Singapore

    The Singapore government levies a consumption tax on goods and services called GST (Goods and Services Tax), which is paid when money is spent on goods or services, including imports.

    Any business that has an annual income of S $ 1 million or more must be registered with the GST.

    If at any time after the launch of your restaurant in Singapore, you determine that your income will exceed S $ 1 million in annual turnover, you are required to register for GST , for this you must apply within 30 days from the date becoming your responsibility.

    If you calculate that your restaurant’s annual income will be less than S $ 1 million.then registration for GST is a decision at your discretion .

    GST is currently charged at 7% of the value of goods or services sold. A restaurant in Singapore that is a registered GST requires you to charge a GST for your customers.

    At the time you file your GST return, your restaurant tax deducted will begin to be levied on supplies purchased by GST.

    Difference between GST is paid the difference to your IRAS restaurant or the amount returned by IRAS to you.

    Good luck!

    With the information covered in this part of the guide, you are well aware of the obstacles to starting a restaurant business in Singapore.

    You can create a highly successful business in full gear by making tempting offerings of a variety of cuisines and dishes in your restaurant, which will successfully win the hearts of customers.

    Singapore is a gourmet paradise and good food definitely deserves patronage.

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    90,000 Michelin restaurants in Singapore: prices, map, menus, tips

    Michelin restaurants in Singapore are the result of the rapid development of gastronomic tourism.Today Singapore is not only a city to see, it is also a city for delicious food. The number of different cuisines in the world is amazing.

    Most tourists still come here to take a beautiful photo from the pool of the famous Marina Bay Sands hotel or to visit the world famous Universal amusement park. Gastro tourism is gaining momentum every year and more and more travelers come here just for this.

    Dinner in street food with a Michelin star

    In Singapore, street food establishments of all cuisines of Asia are very popular:

    • Malaysia
    • Indonesia
    • Thailand
    • Vietnam
    • China
    • Japan

    There are also dishes that are originally Singaporean.You can read about the national cuisine of this country in detail in the article following the link.

    90,558 Michelin restaurants in Singapore 90,559

    Who does not know, the Michelin star is an achievement compared to the Oscars in the cinema. This is the highest award that any catering establishment in the world can receive for its cuisine.

    It is important to know: a Michelin star is given not for beautiful tablecloths, napkins or mega cool service, but for the outstanding taste of the prepared dishes. Therefore, a super VIP luxury restaurant and a cheap street eatery can also receive a Michelin award all over the world.Everyone is equal.

    Today, there are about 15 Michelin-starred establishments in Singapore. 10-11 of them are top gourmet restaurants, where you need to book a table 2 months in advance, and the cost of dinner will cost you a modest 100-200 SGD per person.

    But there are 4-5 catering establishments, which are eateries with fast food or street food, which keep the families of migrants who have already settled here and the whole family works in the kitchen, from the head of the family to the children.

    Dinner for two in such an establishment will cost 10-15 SGD.Where else in the world will you be able to dine in a real Michelin-starred restaurant for the price of a wife’s dinner? Do not miss this opportunity otherwise you will bite your elbows later.

    Next, I will tell you specifically about three Michelin eateries in Singapore that we visited ourselves. There will be prices, description, map, photos, tips and life hacks.

    Michelin-starred street food in Singapore

    All three establishments are located near the metro and, if desired, you can visit them in 1 day. See the map below.

    All three establishments are representatives of Chinese cuisine.

    Liao Fan Hawker Chan

    This is what the entrance to the Hawker Chan restaurant looks like, you will not pass by

    • Located near Chinatown MRT station. 100 meters from the station.
    • Working hours: daily from 10:30 to 21:00
    • Address: 78 Smith St, Singapore 058972
    • What is served:
      • Soya Chicken Rice (chicken with rice)
      • and Soya Chicken Noodle
    • This dish has been cooked here for 35 years according to the same recipe
    • Prices: main course 5-6 SGD, non-alcoholic drinks 1-2 SGD

    The menu of the restaurant, as you can see, the main dish is within 5-6.5 SGD.And the main feature of a good restaurant is a meager menu. They cook well, but the choice of food is small

    Life hack: it applies to all establishments in Singapore with a Michelin star, come in the morning. In the evening, the queues here can reach an hour and a half.

    The award itself

    • No advance reservations
    • The system is like in McDonald’s: make an order at the checkout, pay, receive the order number and wait until your number appears on the screen, go pick it up.

    My wife and I took a signature dish: rice with chicken and noodles with chicken + a can of Coca Cola

    A bill for two in a Michelin-starred restaurant SGD 12 ($ 9).

    After such prices, I hope you understand why Singaporeans do not eat at home, and they have no kitchen in almost all apartments.

    This paradox is described in the article Singapore apartments and apartments, where you can also read recommendations about cheap accommodation in Chinatown, near two Michelin restaurants.You can dine in a Michelin-starred restaurant every evening 🙂

    Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice

    This award actually weighs on the glass near the cash register

    • Located the same as the previous establishment in Chinatown between three subway stations OutramPark, Chinatown, Telok Ayer – get off at any
    • Walk from the previous establishment 12 minutes
    • Address: 1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184
    • Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice located at the huge Maxwell Food Center
    • There are more than 300 street food eateries with cuisines from all over Asia, you should come here not even for the sake of this Michelin-starred establishment.All catering points represent three long rows where you can buy food from both sides

    This is what one of the rows of the Maxwell food court looks like. You need the third and those two double blue stalls that the arrow points to and there is Tian Tian

    This is a famous establishment near

    We arrived half an hour before the opening, so there is no queue yet

    • Food court working hours: from 8:00 to 2:00 (nights). But each point has its own mode of operation.
    • Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Opening Hours: 10:00 to 19:00
    • Crown dish:
      • Rice with chicken
      • Chicken feet
      • I recommend taking both that and that

    Here’s our order: 2 SGD 5 medium chicken rice and 4 SGD chicken feet (center feet already peeled).Total dinner for two 14 SGD

    • Prices: Main course costs from 3.5 SGD for a small portion to 7 SGD for a large one. In fact, they cook only three dishes. Rice with chicken, just chicken, chicken legs.

    Prices in this Michelin-starred eatery

    • No table reservation exists
    • I would like to point out that drinks are not sold in the establishment. But there are many points (every 10 meters) where you can buy beer, juice, cola. Beer from 5 SGD, cola – 1 SGD
    Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

    This is what the eatery itself looks like.The sign is the menu. The line is always like this even in the morning

    • The restaurant is located 300m from the Lavender metro station
    • Working hours: from 9:30 to 21:00
    • Address: 466 Crawford Ln, # 01-12, Singapore 1

Michelin award immediately at the box office

  • Crown dish:
    • Pork noodles
    • Soup with dim sum and noodles

This is all the menu, there is nothing else, you can buy drinks in a nearby stall

  • Prices: one price for all dishes.Small portion – 6 SGD, medium – 8 SGD, large – 10 SGD
  • The area of ​​the eatery itself is 15 square meters. They prepare your order right behind the checkout in front of you.

All meals at the same price depending on portion size

The order itself, noodles and soup, medium portions – for all 16 SGD

There are almost no European tourists in all three establishments. Only Asians are queuing up. Read about other not the most tourist places in Singapore in the article at the link.

In conclusion: Michelin restaurants in Singapore are cheap, filling and delicious. And most importantly, these places have not yet been chosen by European tourists.

Delicious and cheap gastronomy for you!

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Which rooftop bar to choose in Singapore?

Singapore is one of the twenty smallest countries in the world.The area of ​​the country is just over 700 square kilometers. Therefore, it is not surprising that Singapore is a city of skyscrapers and in such conditions it will not be a big problem to find a cafe, bar or some other institution on the roof. The sites of some establishments are located at an altitude of more than two hundred meters. From this height, huge tankers seem like toy boats, and people are more like ants.

It is in Singapore that the highest bar in the world is located – 1-Altitude. The restaurants of this complex are located on floors 61-63, and it itself is located on the open roof.As a result, visitors to the bar find themselves in an open area, the height of which is 282 meters above sea level. Glass curbs are located along the perimeter of the triangular roof. In the evenings, calm music always sounds in this institution and a comfortable atmosphere reigns. Only somewhere, starting from midnight, the DJ starts to work in the bar and the atmosphere becomes more rhythmic. To get into this place, you need to adhere to the dress code, in whatever it is in 1-Altitude, visitors are not allowed (prestige and image are in the first place here), so a suit and dress will definitely not be superfluous in your suitcase.

The Ku de ta club lounge bar is located on the 57th floor of the famous Marina Bay Sands complex. The place is very popular with locals and tourists. The institution can please not only with a beautiful bird’s eye view, but also with good drinks and snacks. By the way, this bar overlooks the Marina Bay promenade, as well as the city’s business center. Every day at 20.00 and 21.30 an evening show is held on the embankment, which is convenient to watch from the bar.

One of the most stylish rooftop bars is Lantern Bar, which is located on the rooftop of The Fullerton Bay Singapore.A feature of the institution is not only its location on the roof, but also the fact that the tables are placed around the 25-meter pool. In addition to the promenade, the bar offers a stunning view of the city skyscrapers. The bar, although located on the roof, is surrounded by greenery and is famous for an excellent selection of Caribbean and Latin American cocktails. Here you can taste excellent wines brought from Spain and Latin America. The bar food is also good, especially the grilled food.

Fans of alcoholic drinks and entertainment should visit Loof Bar. This is the only bar in Singapore where you can play a game like Beirut, in other words beer pong. The point of the game is to throw a ping-pong ball from one end of the table and get into a beer mug on the other end of the table. The bar offers excellent views of the city (opposite the Raffles Hotel). Guests are treated to Asian cocktails and Singaporean cuisine.

The bar Mr. Punch winebar. The fact is that this institution is located on the roof of a toy museum and attracts its visitors with an unusual (in some places vintage design). In the bar, you can see various advertising boards, massive wooden furniture and other attributes that remind you of previous eras. The bar does not offer views of Singapore’s metropolitan areas, but you can get a good look at the colonial part of the city. The bar has an excellent wine list and a decent selection of cocktails (there are certain types of discounts every day).

At an altitude of 156 meters above sea level, there is the highest brewery in the world – Level 33. Beer is brewed here according to old recipes that are more than one century old. The so-called peasant table with various pickles, sausages and other appetizers is considered to be a specialty of the institution. So it turns out that not only Russian people have peasant food, but also Singaporeans.

The Breeze bar and restaurant is located on the roof of The Scarlet boutique hotel, which was built in 1924. This place is considered romantic, as its owners made sure to create the most pleasant and comfortable atmosphere in the establishment.From the territory of the institution you can admire the rooftops of houses located in the Chinatown quarter. Most of the dishes on offer have a Mediterranean flavor (grilled meats, oysters with champagne). In order to celebrate some kind of celebration in a cozy atmosphere, this is perhaps the most suitable option.

As far as I know, admission to such establishments is almost always free (except for those days when some concert events are held). The entrance cannot be paid, if only because almost all of the above establishments operate according to the principles of cafes and restaurants, and not according to the principles of nightclubs.Finding this kind of establishment will not be difficult, there are such bars in any part of the city.

90,000 What to see in Singapore if you are traveling for a short time

If you only have three or four days to Singapore, we will tell you what to do with them in order to get the most vivid impressions and want to come back for another – at least for a week.

In collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board and Singapore Changi Airport.

Itinerary for three to four days with a stopover in Singapore

In 3-4 days you won’t see the most interesting things in Singapore, but you can still skim the cream off.Read on where to go and what to try so that even a short vacation in the Lion City turns out to be rich.

How to Save on Attractions in Singapore

To enjoy discounted access to Singapore attractions and spend less on public transportation, purchase the Singapore Tourist Pass 1-3 days.

Cheap tickets to Singapore

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First Day in Singapore: Explore the City

Arab Street in Kampong Glam

Morning: Kampong Glam

Start your first day in Singapore with breakfast in the colorful Kampong Glam area, where Malay nobles lived before British colonization.Here, every stone is steeped in history.

The Malay quarter of Kampong Glam is full of excellent eateries serving excellent Indian and Muslim dishes. For a Singaporean-style breakfast, stop by the Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant and try the fish curry with prata tortilla – mind you!

Then stroll down the bohemian side of Hadji Lane, dotted with independent vintage clothing stores and charming knickknacks. One of the obligatory points of the program here is the multi-brand Mondays Off boutique.

Day: Little India

Prata Diner in Little India

After walking along Kampong Glam, head to the ethnic quarter of Little India – lose your head over spicy aromas and choose jewelry in Indian shops.

For dinner, try something South Indian like the fish curry at Banana Leaf Apolo. If you want to buy souvenirs for family and friends or to please yourself, finally visit the Mustafa Center shopping mall, which is open 24/7.

Singapore River Cruise

Evening: Singapore River

To whet your appetite for dinner, it is a good idea to take a river cruise on a traditional wooden boat – book on the official website of the Singapore River Cruise. From the water, Singapore’s famous landmarks such as Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay enjoy their best.

As you disembark, head straight for Clark Quay to dive headlong into the vibrant nightlife and gastronomic delights.

After a hearty meal, head to the Highlander Bar & Restaurant in the same area for single malt whiskey and live music to round off your first day in Singapore perfectly.

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Second Day in Singapore: Explore the Surroundings

Baba House Peranakan Culture Museum

Morning: Joo Chiat / Katong

In the Joo Chiat area, it is better to have breakfast with something authentic – for example, toast with coconut jam kaya at the Chin Mee Chin Confectionery.

It is great to spend the rest of the morning walking around the area known as the “home of the Peranakans” without a map. The Peranakans are the descendants of Chinese immigrants from the 15th to 17th centuries in Singapore, the Malacca Peninsula and the Sunda Archipelago. You can get a closer look at their culture in the Rumah Kim Choo boutique – even if you have a little time, you will have time to try on colorful traditional clothes and taste Peranakan dishes.

Pagoda in Singapore Chinatown

Day: Chinatown

In Singapore’s Chinatown, first visit the Maxwell Food Center.A must-see here is the incomparable rice and chicken at Tian Tian and a glass of iced sugarcane juice.

Picturesque Chinatown will keep you busy for the rest of the day: it’s great to wander around on foot, discovering wonders around every corner. Be sure to set aside at least a couple of hours to visit the Chinatown Cultural Heritage Center and don’t miss the Tooth Relic Temple with an interesting museum and indulge yourself with traditional Chinese desserts and edible bird nests at Mei Heong Yuen Dessert Cafe – and have an unusual snack and rest from the heat.

Nothing unusual, just a lion buying fruit at the market in Tiong Bahru

Evening: Tiong Bahru area

In the evening, catch a taxi and go to another unusual quarter of Singapore. Tiong Bahru is perhaps the oldest district of the city, and here the amazing mixture of the past and the future is especially evident.

Book a table at Bincho for excellent egg noodles during the day mi pok, and in the evenings the place turns into a favorite local yakitori bar.

Also in the Tiong Bahru area, it is interesting to look into the hipster BooksActually bookstore and the Curated Records vinyl store.

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Third day in Singapore: relax in nature (plus some shopping therapy)

Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve in northeastern Singapore is another great place to stay if Botsada doesn’t seem like enough

Morning: Singapore Botanic Gardens

Lush with greenery and full of tranquility, the Singapore Botanical Garden is rightfully included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.Gardens with a 150-year history are a wonderful option for resting from skyscrapers and the bustle of the metropolis, and also an excellent escape from the heat. You can easily spend the whole day here, but if time is short, drop by at least the National Orchid Garden with the world’s largest collection of these exotic flowers.

Orchard Road in Singapore

Day: shopping and entertainment Orchard Road

Get energized at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, head to the shopping mecca.Orchard Road is home to world famous brand boutiques and local designer shops. Don’t miss Design Orchard, where you can find traditional and fashionable clothing, jewelry and accessories from Singaporean artisans, as well as handmade natural cosmetics.

If you’re after Gucci and other luxury brands, Paragon is your go-to, and * SCAPE is your go-to for budget shopping. When you feel like it’s time to dine, check out The Marmalade Pantry at ION Orchard.There they are treated to delicious European cuisine – for example, risotto with truffles and toffee pudding melting in your mouth for dessert.

Singapore Night Safari

Night Safari Singapore Night Safari

It will be interesting for both children and adults to take a night safari on a mini-train and see how a fishing cat hunts. You can go on an exciting Night Safari excursion very close to the Singapore Zoo – in 1994, the world’s first zoo was opened here specifically for night animals.

Bonus. Day 4 in Singapore: Check the boxes next to the main symbols of the Lion City

Gardens by the Bay Cloud Forest Greenhouse

Morning: Gardens by the Bay

Get up early to see Gardens by the Bay without the crowds. At 9 o’clock in the morning, the feeling that the bizarre “Supertrees” are stretching upward just for you.

Visit the Flower Dome Conservatory, where Mediterranean olive groves and plants from Australia, South America and South Africa are grown in a mild, dry climate, and the Cloud Forest.This greenhouse recreates the humid climatic conditions of the tropical mountain regions of Southeast Asia, Central and South America. Here you can climb the 42-meter “Cloud Mountain” by elevator, and then descend from it in a spiral, admiring the waterfall, inhaling the aromas of orchids and enjoying the coolness.

By the way, returning to Gardens by the Bay in the evening is also a great idea. Every day at 19:45 and 20:45, an extraordinary light and music show Garden Rhapsody takes place here. The entrance is free.

View from the observation deck Sands SkyPark

Day: Observation deck Marina Bay Sands SkyPark

For a stunning 360-degree view of Singapore, climb to the SkyPark Observation Deck on the 57th floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel Towers.

In an area sufficient to park 4.5 Airbus A380 aircraft, in addition to the observation deck, there is the legendary Singapore “Boundless Pool” on the roof. Here you can also dine in the chic Italian bar-restaurant LAVO or an institution called CÉ LA VI. Great views included.

Tanjong Beach Club on Sentosa Island

Another interesting option for a day trip in Singapore is to visit Sentosa Island, which houses one of the world’s largest amusement parks Universal Studios Singapore, the Merlion statue, Fort Siloso, MegaZip Adventure Park. Marine Life Park aquarium, iFly Singapore wind tunnel and other interesting sights.

Ride the Sinapur Ferris Wheel at Sunset – Priceless

Evening: Singapore Flyer and Light Show

The last sunset before leaving Singapore is great to admire from the Singapore Flyer. For half an hour on the ride, you will definitely fall in love with this panorama.

Enjoy a fantastic light show for free at the Event Plaza in Marina Bay Sands.Spectra – A Light & Water Show lasts 15 minutes. From Sunday to Thursday, shows start at 20:00 and 21:00. Fridays and Saturdays at 20:00, 21:00 and 22:00.

For the rest of the evening at altitude, head to one of the rooftop bars: Singapore is famous for its stunning panoramic rooftop bars. Drinking such a legendary Singapore Sling cocktail is the perfect way to cement your acquaintance with the Lion City.

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according to the version of the World’s 50 best bars website and the tourist portal VisitSingapore

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Singapore hotels with beautiful city views

Singapore is rich in vista hotels from the windows of the rooms which overlook the city landscape or the sea coast. Many hotels are located in skyscrapers and offer rooms with large panoramic windows and floor-to-ceiling windows. In addition to the views from the rooms, you can enjoy a beautiful view of this modern city in the view restaurants and lounges of hotels.

Insufficiently cozy beach in the city is compensated by a large number of hotels with their own outdoor swimming pools. In which you can also enjoy the scenery of Singapore.

Marina Bay Sands

Location: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay, 018956 Singapore, Singapore. The hotel has direct access to Singapore’s largest shopping mall and the Future World Museum of Art and Science. Marina Bay Sands Hotel is located next to Bayfront MRT Station, steps from the bustling Central Business District.The hotel is conveniently connected by gardens to Gardens by the Bay, 950 meters away, while Marina Barrage is 2.1 km away. Marina Square Mall and Millenia Walk Mall are 1.4 km from the hotel, while Changi Airport is 20.2 km away.

Guest Services: This famous hotel overlooks the bay. It features the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, 20 restaurants and bars and world-class casinos. Rooms at Marina Bay Sands are modernly decorated with dark woods and carpeted floors.Rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels, including CCTV4. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views of the Singapore skyline. All rooms have slippers and an electric kettle with Grand Jasmine tea. The private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries.

The 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange, tour desk and luggage storage services. The rooftop infinity pool and Sands SkyPark on the 58th floor offer breathtaking city views.Relaxing massages are available at the world famous Banyan Tree Spa. The staff speaks English and Chinese. The hotel has several gourmet restaurants under the guidance of renowned chefs: Wolfgang Puck at CUT, Gordon Ramsay at Bread Street Kitchen and David Thompson at Long Chim. Guests can visit the dance club and relax in any of the hotel’s 3 lounges. The hotel also has restaurants serving Asian cuisine.

What hotel guests like: Swimming pool! Views! Location! Staff and service! Luxurious room with a balcony.Absolutely happy with my visit and stay at Marina Bay Sands ❤️

Being in Singapore and not staying at this hotel means not seeing Singapore. The best. I highly recommend visiting the buffet. Was at lunch, the best buffet, worth all the money. Also with a bonus card marina Bay Sands you can get a discount from 10% to 30%. Rise is the name of the buffet. A delicious birthday cake was brought in.

Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena

Location: 99 Irrawaddy Road, Novena, 329568 Singapore, Singapore.Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is located in the heart of Novena. It is 250 meters from Piazza 2 and 600 meters from Piazza Velocity @ Novena. The nearest metro station, Novena metro station, is 400 meters away. From here you can take the tube to the United Square Shopping Center. The lively shopping area of ​​Orchard Road is 15 minutes’ drive away. Changi International Airport is 25 km away.

Guest Services: Rooms with views of the Singapore skyline.It features an infinity pool. Guests can dine at the hotel’s restaurant or have a drink at the rooftop bar. The air-conditioned rooms feature a 49-inch HDTV and floor-to-ceiling windows with city views. The bathrooms have a shower, cosmetic mirrors, hairdryer and free toiletries.

The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, concierge services and luggage storage.Guests can exercise at the 24-hour fitness center located on the 33rd floor. The Sky22 Restaurant serves international and local cuisine, while the Lobby Lounge offers light snacks. The Urbana Rooftop Bar offers alcoholic and other drinks.

What hotel guests like: Pool, staff, comfortable beds, room. Walking distance to shops where you can buy everything you need.

The location is right above the Novena MRT station, making travel in Singapore very easy.The views from the rooms are stunning whether you are facing the harbor / financial district or the green area of ​​the reservoir to the north. The breakfast buffet was a real surprise, offering everything from scrambled eggs to Asian standards like nasi goreng and decoction. We especially liked the rooftop infinity pool for great views and easy access.

JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach

Location: 30 Beach Road, City Hall, 189763 Singapore, Singapore.JW Marriott Singapore South Beach is connected to the Singapore Suntec Convention and Exhibition Center by an elevated bridge. It is 180 meters from Esplanade MRT Station and 500 meters from City Hall MRT Station. The CBD is a 15-minute drive away. The National Gallery of Singapore is 750 meters from JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. The Singapore Ferris Wheel, Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Gardens by the Bay are just 1.8 km from the hotel. Changi International Airport is 18.8 km away.

Guest Services: JW Marriott Singapore South Beach has a modern and original design. It offers modern accommodation located in the heart of Singapore’s artistic and cultural district. It features 2 rooftop gardens, 2 swimming pools and a fitness center for all guests.

Guests are accommodated in stylish rooms with high ceilings and an original table. Rooms are equipped with LED lights with USB ports for charging devices.All rooms include tea making facilities, a minibar, bathrobes and slippers. Some rooms have a small sofa and a facial steam bath. The private bathroom comes with a modern automatic toilet, electronic bidet, designer deep soaking bathtub and separate rain shower.

The restaurant serves a variety of dishes throughout the day, while the 3 bars offer cocktails. Dry cleaning, currency exchange and 24-hour room service are available.It offers meeting rooms, a multi-level banquet hall and a multifunctional amphitheater in the listed buildings. Most rooms have access to the Executive Club Lounge with computers and meeting rooms. There is a shopping arcade on the territory of the hotel.

What hotel guests love: Stunning architecture, perfect location and great staff!

There is a hop on, hop off station nearby, double decker buses and floating buses.You can buy a ticket for one day and see everything around. The station is across the street from the hotel. The hotel is beautiful with great views and great service. WC with control panel 🙂

Early check-in at no extra charge. We arrived at 9 o’clock in the morning, settled in immediately. When calculating with a card, you can choose a currency, which reduces the bank’s commission. We lived in a club room. Excellent breakfasts, desserts and snacks on afternoon tea and evening cocktails. Convenient location.

The Westin Singapore

Location: 12 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 2, Marina Bay, 018961 Singapore, Singapore.Westin Singapore is located in Singapore’s Central Business District. Westin Singapore is 350 meters from Lau Pa Sat and Downtown MRT Stations, and 550 meters from Marina Bay MRT Station. The Tooth Relic Temple is 1 km away. Chinatown’s cultural heritage and Shoppes @ Marina Bay Sands are less than 1 mile away. Changi Airport is 19.8 km away.

Guest Services: The hotel offers spacious and luxurious rooms.The 36th floor outdoor infinity pool offers scenic views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s south coast. There are restaurants and a bar on site. Each room is equipped with air conditioning and branded Westin toiletries. All are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, iPod docking station, safe and minibar. Some rooms have sea views.

Guests can relax in the sauna or work out in the fitness center.Heavenly Spa offers signature body treatments and relaxing massages. The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, concierge services and luggage storage.

Seasonal Tastes’ signature restaurant, located on the 33rd floor, specializes in Asian and international cuisine. The Cook & Brew Gastro Bar on the 34th floor serves local and international cuisine, as well as carefully selected craft beers, wines and cocktails.Guests can also enjoy the Daily Treats Café and Lobby Lounge.

What hotel guests like: Excellent hotel. Great location. Perhaps even better than Marina Bay. The restaurant deserves special attention.

Very clean, large rooms with high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, Snow-white linens and an abundance of the same towels. Friendly staff. And of course the pool! It is beautiful in its size and appearance!

W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

Location: 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa Island, 098372 Singapore, Singapore.W Hotel Singapore – Sentosa Cove is a luxurious 5-star hotel located in southern Singapore on Sentosa Island. Clarke Quay with its nightlife entertainment is a 20-minute drive, shopping malls and shops on Orchard Road are 25 minutes’ drive and Changi International Airport is a 30-minute drive away. W Hotel Singapore – Sentosa Cove offers a free 2-way shuttle service to / from Orchard Road, Vivo City Shopping Mall, Universal Studios Singapore and Marina Bay Financial Center.

Guest Services: Features a 24-hour WET® outdoor pool, spa and fitness center. The hotel’s interior is decorated in bright colors. Rooms with panoramic or partial pool or ocean views are equipped with a 40-inch LED TV and Bose audio system. Private bathrooms come with a bathtub, separate rain shower and toiletries.

Other facilities include a fitness center, AWAY® spa with massage treatments and a sauna, WIRED business center, concierge desk, and currency exchange and ticketing services.Guests have free admission to Sentosa Island.

The hotel has 4 restaurants, including SKIRT Grill and The Kitchen Table, which serves a wide variety of international dishes, while WOOBAR offers a variety of cocktails and snacks. Those who wish can order food and drinks delivery to the room at any time of the day.

What hotel guests like: Great hotel! Quiet, beautiful place. Lovely restaurants and bars. Super pool open 24 hours, which is very important for Singapore.Helpful staff. Didn’t encounter any problems during the entire period of residence. Only positive emotions remained!

Excellent location, on Sentosa Island you can spend time with or without children. The hotel is beautiful, clean, stylish, the pool is open 24 hours, not deep, the kids love it. There are many interesting design items in the rooms, non-standard colors in the decoration. The staff are very helpful. Nice gym and spa.

YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road

Location: 366 Orchard Road, Orchard, 238904 Singapore, Singapore.YOTEL Singapore Orchard Road is a nonsmoking hotel located in the heart of Singapore’s vibrant Orchard Road. Orchard Metro Station is 270 meters away. DFS Galleria Scottswalk is 300 meters from the hotel, while Lucky Plaza is 400 meters from the hotel. Changi Airport is 18 km away.

Guest Services: Features an outdoor pool, restaurant and bar. Rooms are equipped with a kettle and flat-screen TV with satellite channels.Some have a seating area. The private bathroom comes with a bath or shower. Slippers and free toiletries are provided. Luggage storage is available at the 24-hour front desk. Guests can also use the fitness center.

What hotel guests like: The hotel is well located, clean, very decent breakfasts! The robots that bring water to the room are FREE, cute and funny, and kids love it. The view from the toilet is a separate topic) come and see it !!! Although the room is small, everything is conveniently located.A family of three feels comfortable.

Interesting room design! A comfortable bed that converts into a sofa! Small room, but comfortable!

Clean, tidy, everything is new, great location – 3 minutes to the metro, 1 minute to the bus, 2 delivery robots work in the hotel, great view from the window, neighbors have never heard everything perfectly, there are many shopping centers, cafes and restaurants nearby

Swissotel The Stamford

Location: 2 Stamford Road, City Hall, 178882 Singapore, Singapore.One of the tallest hotels in Southeast Asia, Swissotel The Stamford is located above City Hall MRT Station. Orchard Road is a 10-minute train ride from the hotel and Singapore Flyer is a 15-minute train ride away. Nightlife entertainment in Boat Key and Clark Key can be reached in approximately 20 minutes on foot

Guest Services: Features a spa, 2 swimming pools and 15 restaurants and bars, including a rooftop bar. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV with local Chinese cable channels.Tea / coffee making facilities are also provided. Some rooms have a DVD player or iPod docking station. The hotel is located within the Raffles City complex with shopping and convention centers. A well-equipped fitness center and 6 tennis courts are at guests’ disposal. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The hotel’s 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange and concierge services, as well as paperless Chinese newspapers. The hotel staff speaks English, Malay and Chinese.

Swissôtel The Stamford has 10 restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines including Peranakan, Cantonese and Japanese. Equinox Restaurant on the 71st floor offers panoramic views of Singapore and serves Asian and Western cuisine, while Jaan Restaurant specializes in French cuisine. The hotel’s 3 bars, including the City Space Bar, offer fine wines and cigars and relax in a comfortable environment.

What hotel guests like: Excellent premium hotel.The lobby of the hotel looks great, 70 floors and on the last one there is a restaurant with a beautiful panoramic view, you can see it without visiting the restaurant. Two pools on a low floor, great views. Well appointed rooms, nice staff. The room has everything you need (from such trifles as a razor and an alarm clock to bathrobes, slippers and an ironing board), everything looks very modern, there is an area with a sofa, a large TV, a balcony, dimmers are installed in the light. Would have stayed here again. Good value for money.

High-quality and pleasant service, clean, spacious, comfortable room with everything you need, a gorgeous view.

Pan Pacific Singapore

Location: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Marina Bay, 039595 Singapore, Singapore. Directly connected to Marina Square Mall and Suntec Convention Center, Pan Pacific Singapore is a 5-star hotel located at the gateway to Singapore’s central business and financial districts. The hotel is 800 meters from Esplanade Performing Arts Center, 1.1 km from Gardens by the Bay, and 1.3 km from Singapore National Art Gallery, Victoria Theater and Museum of Asian Civilizations.Singapore Changi Airport is 20 km from Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore.

Guest Services: Features an outdoor pool, 6 restaurants and a bar. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV, air conditioning and a work desk. The French windows offer panoramic views of the city. The private bathroom comes with a shower and free toiletries.

There is a shallow pool with cabanas and sun loungers, 2 tennis courts and a fitness center.The award-winning St. Gregory offers face and body treatments next to the pool. The 24-hour front desk provides concierge services and luggage storage.

The Pacific Marketplace Café and Store serves coffee, croissants and cakes, as well as a wide range of pastries, chocolates, sandwiches and salads. The hotel also houses Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, Hai Tien Lo Cantonese Restaurant and Rang Mahal Indian Restaurant. The Atrium Restaurant offers drinks and snacks, while the Pool Bar offers a variety of refreshing drinks, Pacific snacks and main dishes.

What hotel guests like: Great hotel with excellent service. Breakfast is varied. The rooms are clean. wi fi is fast. the location is excellent. 100% recommend

Excellent level of quality of service, the room has everything you need, including a bathrobe, slippers, cosmetics, toothbrushes and toothpaste, minibar, large TV, safe, well-thought-out air conditioning and lighting systems. Nice restaurants.

The location of the hotel is excellent.The view from the room is a gorgeous panoramic window. All major attractions are close by. Breakfast was not taken. ate at food courts – convenient and profitable. The staff are friendly and attentive!

Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road

Location: 7500B Beach Road, 199592 Singapore, Singapore. The luxurious Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road is located directly opposite Arab Street. The complex is a 15-minute walk from Suntec City Business Center and Nicoll Highway and Bugis MRT Stations, a 10-minute drive from the famous shopping area of ​​Orchard Road and a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport.

Guest Services: It offers well-decorated apartments with fully equipped kitchens, as well as an outdoor pool, library reading area and fitness center. Personal assistants are at the disposal of guests around the clock to ensure that guests’ stay for business or leisure is as comfortable as possible.

Spacious air-conditioned apartment with 2 flat-screen TVs, a 46-inch in the living room and a 40-inch in a separate bedroom.The kitchen is equipped with a hob, rice cooker and washing machine. The bathroom is fitted with a bath or shower. For convenience, grocery delivery, laundry and ironing services can be arranged. Luggage storage is available at the 24-hour front desk.

What hotel guests like: The location is very good, everything is nearby. All attractions can be reached on foot. There are many cafes nearby.

A very functional apartment with everything from cutlery, oven and coffee machine to washing machine and powder.Nice panoramic windows, very comfortable bed and pillows. Great gym, view pool. Nearby, the Arab quarter is very colorful, there are many bars and restaurants.

The location is excellent. Quiet and accessible. The rooftop pool offers views of the Ferris wheel and skyscrapers. The cleaning is of high quality. Helpful staff at the front desk. Windows of our room

Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong

Location: 86 East Coast Road, Katong, 428788 Singapore, Singapore.Indigo Hotel is located in Katong, minutes from East Coast Parkway. The hotel is located between 12 Katong Mall, Parkway Parade Mall and shopping malls with cafes and restaurants. Nearby attractions include the Singapore Exhibition Center, Changi Business Park (15 minutes ‘drive) and Singapore Sports Center (10 minutes’ drive). Marina Barrage Dam is 7 km away and the Central Business District is a 15-minute drive away.The world-class Changi Airport is just 10 kilometer away.

Guest Services: Featuring rooms inspired by the culture and customs of Zhu-Chat, and an outdoor infinity pool overlooking the surrounding area. Each room has strikingly bright décor. They are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV, minibar and smart LED lighting. The French windows offer views of the surroundings. The bathroom comes with a luxury rain shower and free toiletries.

The Baba Chews Bar and Eatery, a former police station, serves traditional and contemporary cuisine from the Straits of Malacca, as well as variations on Peranakan cuisine. Friendly and professional staff at the front desk are ready to assist with tour arrangements and ticketing, cleaning services, private and express check-in and check-out, and free luggage storage. The non-smoking hotel is wheelchair accessible.

What hotel guests like: Very cool hotel, good service and breakfast. The room is in perfect condition! Bath with city view, reasonable price. Plus nice bonuses in the form of a mobile phone with the Internet and a capsule coffee machine. Recommend!

Unusual interior. The viewport in the room is in the shower room) Excellent rooftop pool. Good cosmetics. Unlimited water. Very friendly staff. The order is delivered to the room very quickly. Excellent sound insulation.

Crowne Plaza Changi Airport

Location: 75 Airport Boulevard (Terminal 3), Changi, 819664 Singapore, Singapore. The Crowne Plaza is a luxury hotel located on the grounds of Singapore Changi International Airport. Changi Airport Crowne Plaza is accessible from Terminals 1 and 2 of Changi Airport via the monorail system. It is connected to Terminal 3 of the airport by covered walkways. The city center is a 30-minute drive away.

Guest Services: It offers stylish rooms, an outdoor landscaped pool, fitness center and 2 restaurants.The trendy rooms at the Crowne Plaza are spacious and boast elegant interiors with luxurious design. Bathed in plenty of natural light, each well-appointed room is equipped with a minibar and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. The bathroom has a rain shower.

The hotel offers same day laundry and dry cleaning services. To unwind, guests can enjoy relaxing massages in the hotel’s treatment rooms. Some rooms have Executive Club Lounge privileges that include complimentary cocktails and meals.Azur Restaurant has open kitchens that serve Eastern and Western dishes all day. Wine and light meals are available at Bar 75.

Hotel guests love: The hotel is extremely conveniently located for departing travelers. From the hotel room to the gate, you can get a maximum of ten minutes on foot and at a leisurely pace. The comfort of the hotel generally surpasses all reasonable limits. I am afraid that such amenities will simply go unclaimed if you are staying just one night.

The hotel is ideal if you need to spend one night and travel further, as it is located in Terminal 3 of the airport itself. Conveniently, there is a bathroom in which you can relax from the road. Nice interior. Comfortable bed and pillows. Clean, quiet, no noise from airplanes. In the Azur restaurant on the 2nd floor, the choice of dishes in the buffet is wider than the menu. I will not comment on the quality of the buffet, but from the menu my husband really appreciated the Ribeye steak. There is also food delivery to your room 24 hours a day. On April 16, 19 the Jewel shopping center will open next to the hotel.Judging by the available description, it is a very decent center with a good mix of stores.

Carlton Hotel Singapore

Location: 76 Bras Basah Road, City Hall, 189558 Singapore, Singapore. The Carlton Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of City Hall on Bras Basah Street in Singapore. The hotel is 210 meters from Bras Basah MRT Station and 400 meters from City Hall MRT Station and Raffles City Shopping Center. The National Museum of Singapore is 550 meters from Carlton Hotel Singapore.The National Gallery of Singapore is 700 meters away. Suntec Singapore Convention Center and Esplanade Art Center are 850 meters away. The Sans Expo Convention and Exhibition Center is 2.7 km away. Changi International Airport is 19 km away.

Guest Services: It offers an outdoor pool and 2 restaurants. Parking spaces (1 car per room). The modern air-conditioned rooms are spread across the 3 wings of the building. They offer a unique view.Some rooms have Club Lounge access. Each room includes a cable TV, minibar and ironing facilities. Rooms also have tea / coffee making facilities. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub. During their stay, guests are provided with a smartphone with mobile Internet access (4G) free of charge and the ability to make free calls to numbers in Singapore and some other countries. You can also read the digital press through the PressReader app.

The hotel has a 24-hour front desk with a concierge desk, luggage storage and currency exchange. The spa offers relaxing massages and facials. The multifunctional rooms are well suited for meetings and other events. A business center with internet access and meeting rooms are available upon request. The award-winning Wah Lok Restaurant serves gourmet Cantonese cuisine, while Mosaic Café serves local and international dishes throughout the day.Guests can order freshly baked pastries with coffee or tea at Tuxedo Café & Bakery.

What hotel guests like: Comfortable room, good location, quick check-in, beautiful view from the window, pleasant interior of the hotel and rooms.

Location – it couldn’t be better, everything is within walking distance. The hotel keeps the level, this is not the first time I have stayed here, so I can say it with confidence. They quickly settle in (even in the morning), do not bother with cleaning, the room has everything you need for a comfortable stay.Grab from the airport costs 17 SGD.

Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

Location: 101 Siloso Road, Sentosa Island, 098970 Singapore, Singapore. The modern Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa is located next to Siloso Beach. The hotel is 1.3 km from Madame Tussauds, 2.5 km from Adventure Cove Water Park, SEA Aquarium and Universal Studios, and 4.4 km from VivoCity Shopping Center with direct access via free monorail or two-way free shuttle.Singapore Changi Airport is 27.6 km away.

Services for guests: The windows offer panoramic views of the South China Sea. It features an outdoor pool, 3 restaurants and a bar. Each room has a private balcony with views of the hills, sea or landscaped gardens. The private bathroom comes with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer. The minibar is stocked with a free set of drinks. The 24-hour front desk provides currency exchange, tour desk, concierge and luggage storage services.Facilities include a fitness center, children’s water slides, fountains, water sports equipment rental and Toots Club with babysitting services.

The hotel’s own three-in-one restaurant serves buffet meals throughout the day. 8 Noodles Restaurant serves authentic Chinese cuisine, while Casserole Restaurant offers a variety of international dishes. Trapizza restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine.

What hotel guests like: I liked that Shangrila Sentosa is located in the seaside and that everything is close by.From Universal Studio to Aquarium. Everything is close, everything is close. There is also a chairlift that will quickly take you anywhere in Sentos.

Hotel with its own beach, enough towels on the beach, wonderful pools. Daily free shuttle bus to Singapore. Daily cleaning, cleanliness of the hotel and territory, wonderful greenery and flowers. Breakfasts are a bombshell … Fruits and pastries are unforgettable …

Parkroyal on Pickering

Location: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Chinatown, 058289 Singapore, Singapore. Located next to Chinatown MRT Station, PARKROYAL on Pickering has a dedicated wellness floor with an outdoor pool, gym and a 300-meter garden that sits above the street. The hotel is located opposite Hong Lim Park and within walking distance of the vibrant Chinatown, Raffles Place and the popular Clark Quay nightlife. The popular shopping area of ​​Orchard Road is a 15-minute drive away and Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

Guest Services: Air-conditioned rooms with city or garden views are equipped with an in-room safe, minibar and flat-screen cable TV. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer, bathrobe and free toiletries. The 24-hour front desk at PARKROYAL on Pickering offers babysitting, luggage storage and laundry services. The hotel also has a tour desk, business center and meeting / banquet facilities.Guests can relax on the sun terrace or enjoy a relaxing massage at the spa.

The modern, cozy LIME Restaurant serves delectable dishes that combine Southeast Asian and International flavors. Guests staying in club rooms have access to the exclusive Orchid Club Lounge on the rooftop, which offers 360-degree panoramic views of the city skyline.

What hotel guests like: Everything was in line with our expectations.The hotel is very beautiful inside and out. Spacious room with all amenities. Stunning city views from the pool area. Delicious breakfasts. I think I would choose this hotel for visiting in distress.

The hotel building itself is very interesting, both outside and inside! The location is excellent – nearby Chinatown, which is interesting to walk around, many shops and cafes, the promenade nearby … everything is within walking distance. Breakfast – buffet, very varied and for every taste.

Oasia Hotel Novena, Singapore by Far East Hospitality

Location: 8 Sinaran Drive (Novena), Novena, 307470 Singapore, Singapore.Oasia Novena is located in the Novena district of Singapore. The hotel has direct access to Novena Metro Station. Velocity @ Novena Square and Square 2 Shopping Malls are 450 meters from the hotel, while United Square Shopping Mall is 900 meters away. The nearest metro station is Novena, 54 meters away. The vibrant shopping area of ​​Orchard Road is 4.3 km from Oasia Novena. The 24-hour Mustafa Center is 2.8 km from Oasia Novena.

Guest Services: The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool and a bistro serving a variety of food.The rooms are decorated in a contemporary style and feature a trendy design. Each air-conditioned room has tea / coffee making facilities, an iPod docking station and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. The private bathroom comes with a rain shower. Toiletries and a dental kit are provided.

The 24-hour front desk offers currency exchange, luggage storage, concierge and laundry services.Alternatively, guests can work out in the 24-hour fitness center or relax in the steam room. The Living Room Club Lounge features a separate private pool and business center / meeting facilities. The Marmalade Pantry Bistro serves modern cuisine.

What hotel guests like: Perfect hotel! Nice, clean, comfortable, friendly atmosphere, nice staff! We left the suitcases for storage without any problems!

The room is not huge, but there is space. Huge window, very nice bathroom.There is also a mobile phone that you can use for free and take with you.

HOTEL with rare excellent soundproofing – we chose this principle and it paid off. We took a room without breakfast. The pool is nice, big and hot jacuzzi. Everything is clean everywhere. Yes, from the hotel the lift descends directly into the metro (into the passage) – very convenient.

Park Hotel Farrer Park

Location: 10 Farrer Park Station Road, Farrer Park, 217564 Singapore, Singapore.Park Hotel Farrer Park is located in one of the lively areas of Singapore. It provides direct access to Farrer Park Tube Station. The 24-hour Mustafa Center is 400 meters away, while the City Square Shopping Center is 180 meters from the park hotel. You will find various shops here. It is 1 km from the lively center of Tekka. The nearest airport is Changi Airport, 15 km away.

Guest Services: The hotel has a glass façade with panoramic views.The hotel has an outdoor pool, and guests can enjoy a meal at the hotel’s own restaurant. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Bathrooms have bidets and showers. A hairdryer and free toiletries are provided. The 24-hour front desk offers luggage storage and concierge services. Alternatively, guests can relax on the poolside terrace.

What hotel guests like: Great breakfasts, nice pool with jacuzzi, great service.

The hotel is amazing. The interior is beautiful, the rooms are very clean. Despite the fact that there is not much space, everything is located quite compactly and comfortably. The view from the window of the 17th floor is beautiful. I liked the pool very much, as did the restaurant with the kitchen. And most importantly, we were surprised that the exit from the metro was right next to the door to the hotel.

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Location: 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Marina Bay, 039797 Singapore, Singapore. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore overlooks Marina Bay.The hotel is adjacent to Marina Square Shopping Center. City Hall Tube Station is a 10-minute walk away. The many shops on Orchard Road are a 10-minute drive away, while Singapore Changi Airport is a 20-minute drive away.

Guest Services: Features a luxury spa and outdoor pool with stunning city views. The hotel has a gym and yoga classes. Oriental Singapore’s rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the harbor, ocean or city skyline.Each room has a surround sound system with CD / DVD player, cable TV and tea / coffee making facilities. The en suite bathroom has a bathtub.

Children will have fun in the separate children’s pool. Massage treatments are available for guests. To keep fit, guests can play on the tennis courts. The Dolce Vita Restaurant serves Italian cuisine by the pool overlooking the harbor, while the MO Bar offers afternoon tea and cocktails overlooking the skyline.Mandarin Oriental has 4 other restaurants and cafes serving Japanese and Cantonese cuisine.

What hotel guests like: The best view of the bay! Skyscrapers and Marina Bay Sands are visible. Very comfortable bed, gorgeous room! Great pool on the 5th floor overlooking the skyscrapers. At the pool, they give two-meter towels, which you can cover like a blanket!

Good breakfast, convenient location of the hotel, from the balcony you can watch a laser show twice a day (we lived on the 14th floor) if you leave the hotel, turn right, walk 50 m, and follow the signs to go up to the second floor, you will exit to the shopping center, with many shops and cafes, you can walk to the Esplanade

metro station without going outside

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Location: 80 Collyer Quay, Marina Bay, 049326 Singapore, Singapore.Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore is a 10-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT Station. Changi International Airport is a 25-minute drive from the hotel and Clarke Quay is an 8-minute drive away.

Guest Services: It offers luxurious rooms, free parking, and a landscaped pool and rooftop bar. The hotel’s spacious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows. The interior features high quality rosewood and chrome elements. Each room has a Nespresso coffee machine and Bluetooth speakers.The private bathroom comes with a bathtub and Bottega Veneta toiletries. The hotel features a hot tub and fitness center overlooking the Singapore skyline.

La Brasserie restaurant offers a wide range of wines and French cuisine. Tables are served both indoors and outdoors on the bay. The Landing Point Restaurant offers an Asian feel. The Lantern Bar serves drinks and gourmet snacks, as well as live entertainment.

What hotel guests love: This is by far the best hotel in Singapore. There is no hectic screaming crowd like Marina Bay Sands. Everything is calm and dignified. Lovely rooftop pool. The view of the Marina is magnificent (it is better to take such rooms). Very clean. Excellent breakfasts. There is nothing to find fault with.

Everything about this hotel is great. And a quick check-in and location and view and cleanliness. Lovely compliments from the hotel in the form of small chocolates and apples were always very happy))) European breakfasts for tourists who are not used to Chinese food are beyond praise.We didn’t regret at all that we chose this particular hotel

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Location: 7 Raffles Avenue, Marina Bay, 039799 Singapore, Singapore. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is located in the heart of Singapore’s Marina Bay area. The Singapore Ferris Wheel and Marina Square Mall are a 5-minute walk from the hotel. The Marina Bay Sands Hotel & Casino, the Museum of Art and Science, Gardens by the Bay and the Esplanade – Theaters by the Bay are 10 minutes’ walk away.Changi International Airport is a 20-minute drive away. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Promenade Metro Station and a 10-minute walk from Esplanade Metro Station.

Guest Services: This luxurious hotel is decorated with modern art. It features a pool, spa and 24-hour gym. All rooms and suites offer panoramic views of the city skyline. Each air-conditioned room includes a wall-mounted cable TV, walk-in wardrobe and marble bathroom with rain shower.Club room guests have access to the exclusive Club Lounge on the 33rd floor, which features daily culinary presentations and the highest quality concierge service. There you can also book a free car transfer to various locations around the hotel.

Colony Restaurant is inspired by the British colonial era and serves delicious traditional Singaporean cuisine. The hotel also houses 1 Michelin-star Summer Pavilion for delectable Cantonese cuisine and Chihuly Lounge, which serves a classic 8-course afternoon tea on weekdays.

What hotel guests like: I liked everything. A corner room with a panoramic view, a super bed, linen, bathrobes of very high quality, varied breakfasts, the business lounge was included in the price of premium drinks, the food was varied, the service was of the highest level, the staff was so friendly, the limousine was included in the price by Marina Bay. The view from the window is not likely. The pool spa area is lovely. The gym is not big, but the simulators are very good.The hotel is amazing The location is excellent.

General atmosphere of the hotel. The view from the window to the bay is stunning. The main attractions are within walking distance.

Andaz Singapore – A Concept by Hyatt

Location: 5 Fraser Street, 189354 Singapore, Singapore. Andaz Singapore – A Concept by Hyatt is located in Singapore, between the lively Bugis and Kampong Glam districts. The hotel is located 230 meters from the Bugis metro station, 230 meters from the Bugis road junction and 350 meters from the Sultan Mosque.Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and Suntec City Convention Center are 700 meters away. Changi Airport is 18 km away.

Guest Services: There is a bar. Rooms at Andaz Hotel Singapore are decorated in a local style by architect Andre Fu. The interior uses warm reddish brown and mustard tones and wood grain tiles; French windows overlook the city. The rooms have a daybed and air conditioning. The private bathroom comes with a rain shower.The Sunroom Lounge offers free refreshing drinks throughout the day. The rooftop Mr Stork Bar offers panoramic views of downtown Singapore. Alley on 25 is a casual dining experience with a lunch in the sky concept.

What hotel guests like: Stayed at the hotel for 6 days. Everything was great. Check-in was only at 15:00. We arrived earlier, we were given the opportunity to wash, change clothes, leave things. And the room was ready at 12:00.The breakfasts were super, very varied. Very polite staff, clean room, superb city view. The subway is right at the bottom of the building.

Comfortable, beautiful rooms with a good view. Free minibar is replenished every day. The elevator takes you directly to the shopping center and the metro. Ethnic quarters are all within 5-10 minutes’ accessibility, just like all the sights. Delicious Breakfasts with a sufficient choice of food.

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