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Where to stay in Singapore: Best Areas & Hotels

Helping you find the best accommodation in Singapore. Here's the complete guide to the best areas to stay in Singapore with hotel recommendations.

Where to stay in Singapore - a view of the Marina Sand Bay at sunset

Singapore is one of the most exciting destinations in the world and you are going to love your vacation. It's also one of the most expensive in the world. If you're not sure where to stay in Singapore, don't worry, this complete accommodation guide will help you find the best hotel in Singapore to suit your budget.

Singapore is a vibrant city-state with such a vast amount of accommodation options. You can stay right next to Marina Bay, or in the city centre in the nicest luxury hotels or enjoy the cultural diversity in Little India or Chinatown, and find clean and affordable budget hotels.

What's even more exciting is that no matter the district you pick for your stay in Singapore, you're going to be just a short walking distance away from a metro station which means you can access all tourist attractions in a heartbeat. Public transport in Singapore is fast, reliable and affordable. You'll even have access to the many hawker centres dotted all around Singapore which are a real draw here: street food sit-down dining which is a Singapore signature. This is one of the only cities in the world where you'll find street food vendors with Michelin stars.

So where to stay in Singapore if you want a tailored experience for your own budget and travel preferences?

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Where To Stay In Singapore

Choosing where to stay in Singapore is easy from the perspective that you are just a few metro stations away from all main attractions.

Compared to other cities in Southeast Asia, Singapore is on the pricier end but you'll find affordable luxury hotels as well. Some of the best Singapore hotels are close to the Marina Bay Sands or in downtown Singapore.

Singapore at night looking incredible and bright

For affordable hotels and budget travellers, popular choices include Chinatown and the iconic Bugis area which offer vastly different experiences in terms of cuisine and architecture, with the nearby Arab street and Haji lane being particular favourites.

If you're looking for a tropical escape, there's no better option than Sentosa island, a resort-style space with panoramic views, beautiful beaches, and enough activities and theme parks to keep you and your family busy.

Marina Bay and Orchard Road are the pinnacles of modern Singapore with fine dining, luxury malls, and the tourist attractions that make this city so iconic. Stay here for the most inviting boutique hotels. Business travellers will stay close to Raffles Place, which forms the nucleus of Singapore’s Financial District (also referred to as the CBD, or Central Business District), located south of the mouth of the Singapore River.

With so many attractions in Singapore, it's easy to see why this island city-state attracts countless tourists eager to enjoy great accommodation, superb food and awesome weather.

Beautiful views of the skytree in singapore

Marina Bay - First Time Visitors

Marina Bay is the best place to stay in Singapore for first-time visitors. Some of the best luxury hotels are in this area and for good reason. Hotel prices in the area are on the higher end but in return, you will be just a few steps away from the Marina Bay Sands complex, you'll have access to Michelin Star restaurants and hawker centres. You'll also be very close to top attractions like the Gardens by the Bay.

Why Stay In Marina Bay

With the iconic Singapore skyline all around you, staying in Marina Bay holds a great appeal. Stepping out of your hotel and drinking in the bright lights of the city is a lavish experience that never gets old. It's a great location for visiting Singapore for the first time. Your hotel room will be just a stone's throw away from the luxury dining options and swanky bars to enjoy. Visit the Sky Park Observation Deck and be right next to the world's largest infinity pool. Each night you'll enjoy a spectacular light and laser shows held at Gardens of the Bay and Marina Bay Sands.

Marina Bay is also in a perfect location for getting to the main tourist attractions in Singapore, like the Flyer, the dazzling Gardens by the Bay, and the Merlion statue. The light show on the bay is astounding so overlooking this area also provides you with a nightly spectacle of light and music to enjoy. From here you can walk to the buzzing nightlife hub of Clarke Quay or get to the central Civic District where you'll find most of the cities museums with ease.

Relax in the infinity swimming pool in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands

Any downsides?

Marina Bay is home to Marina Bay Sands, one of the most iconic hotels in the world. Celebrities come to Singapore to stay at the Marina Bay Sands, so this is Singapore at its swankiest and most glitzy. You'll find a trendy hotel with complimentary breakfast and some of the most incredible views over the city but at a cost. You'll be surrounded by the best luxury hotels in Singapore and world class restaurants so it's not the place for you if you don't want to splurge. However, it's still one of the best places to stay in Singapore for first-time visits as you really get to take it all in.

Where To Stay In Marina Bay

We've handpicked the best recommendations for hotels in Marina Bay. These hotels have the best price, star and reviews ratio so you get the most quality for your money.

Luxury: Hotel Marina Bay Sands

Towering over the bay, this iconic hotel offers the world's largest rooftop infinity pool, 20 dining options and a world-class casino. It has direct access to Singapore's premier shopping mall and the ArtScience Museum, which features the permanent exhibition, Future World. It's by far the best place to stay in Singapore, but also one of the priciest.
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Luxury: Hotel The Ritz-Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is located in downtown Marina Bay, Singapore. Luxuriously decorated with a contemporary art collection. The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is a 5-minute walk from the Singapore Flyer and Marina Square Shopping Mall.
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Luxury: Hotel The Fullerton Bay Singapore

This is one of the best luxury hotels located by the Bay. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is a 25-minute drive from Changi Airport. Raffles Place MRT Station is a short 5-minute walk from the hotel.
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Orchard road singapore

Orchard Road – For Shoppers

For world class shopping, you'll want to stay next to Orchard Road in Singapore. You'll be able to explore mall after mall and get lots in the many attractive shops all around you. You'll find some of the best shopping malls in the whole of Southeast Asia. The area has affordable luxury hotels, but you'll be able to find a stunning boutique hotel to suit your budget.

Why Stay In Orchard Road

The moment you set foot on Orchard Road, you know what you're in for: pure shopping heaven. With boutique stores, gorgeous malls, and cinema plexes, there's no match to Orchard Road anywhere in the world. Quirky side streets with restaurants and coffee shops will keep you fueled as you make your way down the miles of options available. The crown jewel of this road is the ION Orchard Mall with an incredible view over the city from the 56th-floor observation deck. Your cultural option is the Cathay Gallery where you'll find Singaporean history, old film posters, and cameras. With so much at your doorstep, it's no surprise that this is a popular area to stay in Singapore.

Singapore Orchard Road

Any downsides?

What makes Orchard Road so impressive is also its downfall; it's very busy. This area is suited for the energic visitor that wants to be on the go at all times. If shopping means relaxation for you, then you'll love this area.

It's also on the pricier end of the spectrum and the nearby food options, aside from the food courts, are not most affordable. As a money-saving tip, head to some of the stalls located in the malls for delicious bites and bubble tea. Orchard Road is mostly a cinema and restaurant area in terms of after-dark entertainment.

Where To Stay In Orchard Road

Here are the best recommendations for hotels located in the Orchard Road area so you'll be close to all the shopping heaven. These hotels have the best price, star and reviews ratio so you get the most quality for your money.

Luxury: Hotel Four Seasons Hotel

Located on tranquil, tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is an oasis of calm in the midst of a busy city. It's only steps away from Orchard Road, which features an array of shopping and entertainment options, as well as Singapore's first UNESCO World Heritage site, the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
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Luxury: Hotel Shangri-La Singapore

Nestled within 15 acres of tropical gardens, Shangri-La Singapore offers a hideaway just 7-minutes from the hustle and bustle of Orchard Road. Shangri-La’s rooms are located in 3 distinctive wings, each offering a different atmosphere.
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Affordable Luxury: Hotel JEN Singapore Orchardgateway

With elevated views of the city and situated right in the heart of Orchard Road, JEN Singapore Orchardgateway by Shangri-La offers direct connectivity to public transport and nearby shopping and entertainment areas. The hotel boasts an infinity-edged pool, outdoor dining and panoramic city views from its spacious rooftop space.
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merlion Singapore

Clarke Quay – For A Vibrant Nightlife

This is where to stay in Singapore if you are a night owl who wants to experience a vibrant and exciting side of Singapore, after dark. With cocktail bars, fun clubs and glamourous establishments, Clarke Quay is perfect for modern nightlife. You'll be very close to the Singapore River and just a short walk away from the Singapore city gallery and the National Museum. Clarke Quay is centrally located and an ideal spot for a fun night out for dinner, drinks and live music performance. It's just a stone's throw away from the busy central business district.

Why Stay In Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is party central as it hosts the Singaporean nightlife institution Zouk. Zouk is a nightclub in Southeast Asia and the US and it's been deemed the Best Nightspot Experience by Singapore Tourism Board. You'll be close to the Singapore riverside where you can enjoy river cruises or take a river taxi.

Singapore River Cruise

Clarke Quay may seem like a different world to the more traditional areas with Singapore's most famous nightclubs, bars, and microbreweries spilling out onto the cosmopolitan streets. Quiet during the day, it transforms into a lively social hub where tourists and locals alike can come together and dance the night away. Foodies will be well catered for with plenty of dining options and a surprising amount of budget choices due to the happy hour and lunch deals. It's also a perfect location to visit the tourist spots near Marina Bay, you'll never be bored in Clarke Quay.

If you enjoy Asian food, Clarke Quay is definitely the right place to go. Within a fairly small area, you can feast on Balinese, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, and Vietnamese dishes.

Michelin star restaurant as part of a great Singapore itinerare

Any downsides?

You won't find many budget hotels in the area, the prices are still on the high end, as you're just a short walk away from Marina Bay. You'll find some affordable luxury hotels and mid range hotels. The area is ideal for those who want to enjoy the vibrant nightlife but if that's not your aim, you might want to consider a different location.

With several international hotel chains in the vicinity, it is a rather touristy area that often gets very crowded at night.

Where To Stay In Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay sure is a destination for shopping enthusiasts, tourists, and partygoers. Here are some of the best Singapore hotels to ensure you get the most for your money. The selection below and based on best reviews, price and quality ratio.

Luxury: Hotel ParkRoyal Pickering

The hotel features views of the city or the garden. It's ideal for tropical plants lovers as it's features balconies full of leafy greens. Situated opposite Hong Lim Park, the hotel is within a few minutes’ walk to the bustling Chinatown, Raffles Place and Clarke Quay, Singapore's famous nightlife district.
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Affordable Luxury: Hotel Swissotel Merchant Court

Located amidst the entertainment hub of Clarke Quay, Swissotel Merchant Court offers accommodations overlooking the Singapore River. It features a landscaped outdoor swimming pool and you'll be able to enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar. It's perfectly located within walking distance from MRT and main attractions.
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Mid-range: Aparthotel Heritage Collection

Located just 10-minutes from Clarke Quay MRT Station and Raffles Place MRT Station, Heritage Collection on Clarke Quay offers stylish accommodations in Singapore. Self-catered and fully-furnished, serviced apartments are fitted with air conditioning.
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Sentosa island Singapore

Sentosa – For Beach Vibes

This is where to stay in Singapore if you are travelling with your children. You'll definitely be able to find a family hotel to cater for your every need but it's also the place to find a great boutique hotel with lovely spas. Sentosa is home to some mid range hotels and this island is ideal for beach and a fun holiday for the whole family. Besides, your family hotel will be close to Tiger Sky Tower, Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, SEA Aquarium and Universal Studios Singapore, a major attraction everyone needs to tick off the wishlist. To save money book your tickets to Universal Studios in advance.

Why Stay In Sentosa

Sentosa is perfect for beach lovers, golf addicts, or anyone looking for a resort-style holiday. With plenty of attractions like Universal Studios, Aquariums, and Resorts World Sentosa, this is a great place if you're coming to Singapore as a family because there's no end to things for your children to do. If you're tired of city life and need a space to sit back and relax in luxury with plenty of greenery this is going to be the escape you need. There are so many theme parks and rides to enjoy and to get to Sentosa island you'll need to get an exciting cable car that takes you above water and treetops and even through a building.

Sentosa Island is a great place to stay in Singapore if you want access to the best beaches or to the S.E.A. Aquarium, one of the biggest oceanariums in the world. There are plenty of luxury hotels here but you'll be able to find mid range hotels as well for you and your family.

Sentosa island Singapore itinerary

Any downsides?

The main downside for Sentosa island is the distance from the mainland, you have to take a yacht or cable car so if you're looking to explore the mainland island and the city centre. However, most people come to Sentosa Island to enjoy a rather resort-like holiday without much exploration beyond the location attractions and local beaches. It's a great location for kids and you'll find the right family hotel here to match your budget. Sure you won't have access to the most authentic food in Singapore, but the appeal is to have a fun time with your loved ones. Sentosa island is set up like a resort or theme park, the accommodation and restaurant options are high-budget and catered to tourists.

Where To Stay In Sentosa

The best pick for families is Festive Hotel located in the Resorts World Sentosa, headquarters of the Universal Studios Singapore theme parks. The recommended hotels are carefully selected to match the perfect ratio of best quality, stars and reviews with the best prices.

Luxury: Hotel The Barracks Sentosa

Set on Sentosa Island, within 2,300 feet of Adventure Cove Waterpark and 2,650 feet of Wings Of Time, The Barracks Hotel Sentosa is a 5-star accommodation, perfect for fun lovers who want to be close to the S.E.A. Aquarium and Universal Studios Singapore.
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Affordable Luxury: Resort Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

A tropical playground awaits at the only beachfront resort in Singapore, tailor-made for families as well as sun-seekers alike, within easy reach of the city yet feeling like an overseas island getaway. Have fun under the sun on Siloso Beach or within the resort. The perfect family hotel.
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Affordable Luxury: Hotel ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove

This property is 14 minutes walk from the beach. Enjoy the infinity outdoor pool, pampering spa treatments and a fitness centre, as well as the modern rooms. The property offers complimentary shuttle services from HarbourFront MRT Station for your convenience.
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Chinatown Singapore itinerary

Chinatown - For Culture And Food

This is where to stay in Singapore if you want food, budget hotels and a maze of souvenir stalls. It's a more old fashioned Singapore in a sense but also vibrant, energetic and bustling with life. You'll be right next to Chinatown station and Outram Park station so you can rely on the fast MRT to take you to any other attractions around the city.

Chiantown is home to the famed Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and the Chinatown Heritage Center is a museum about Chinese culture in Singapore. But it's Chinatown's food scene that attracts a considerable amount of visitors per year, thanks to the many stalls selling delicious street food. If you are a foodie traveller, then you'll want to experiment with food here. Explore the many shops and authentic tea houses.

Why Stay In Chinatown

Busy and vibrant, Chinatown is one of the main tourist hubs of Singapore. An amazing spot for buying souvenirs, there are bargains to be had here and some unique shops that you wouldn't expect like the Tintin store next to traditional Chinese medicine shops. If you like temples, colourful shop-houses, cheap and delicious food at the hawker centres, and want to be in the heart of the backpacker community then this is the area for you as you'll be able to find plenty of budget hotels.

The night markets are a huge draw to this area and as an added bonus Chinatown is within walking distance of the iconic Raffles Hotel and Clarke Quays so you can carry on the fun well into the night.

Chinatown streets in Singapore

Any downsides?

Chinatown is an ideal area in terms of location and price as you'll be able to find cheap hotels to stay in Singapore. The main disadvantage is that Chinatown is actually incredibly popular which means it can get very busy at times. Of course, this is also its charm, making it a vibrant district to enjoy in Singapore throughout your stay. Because it offers cheap accommodation, this area caters more for backpackers and budget travellers.

Although you're in close proximity to the more cosmopolitan areas, the malls and eateries in the heart of this district are more traditional and occasionally old-fashioned.

Where To Stay In Chinatown

If you are after budget hotels, then Chinatown is a great location. Affordable hotels dominate the area, making it ideal for longer stays in Singapore. The recommendations below are selected based on best reviews, star rating and best price to ensure you get to enjoy the right Singapore hotels for your budget.

Mid-range: Hotel Capri

Popular points of interest near Hotel Capri include Singapore City Gallery, Sri Mariamman Temple and Chinatown Heritage Centre. You'll enjoy a beautiful, modern room with a great design. Prices start from £95 per night.
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Mid-range: Hotel KēSa House

Situated in the heart of Chinatown, this contemporary boutique hotel is housed in a heritage townhouse designed in the 1920s. Located on Keong Saik Road, KēSa House is a 5-minute walk from Chinatown MRT Station and Outram Park MRT Station. It is a 5-minute drive from the Central Business District and a 10-minute drive from Sentosa Island.
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Budget: Capsule hotel CUBE

Cube Boutique Capsule Hotel is located on Smith Street in Chinatown, home to Singapore's popular outdoor food street. It's the ideal budget hotel for those who want to enjoy a more affordable Singapore. The capsules are modern, clean and smart.
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Little India colourful neighbourhood in Singapore

Little India – Enjoy Delicious Indian Food

This is where to stay in Singapore if you are drawn to Indian culture, love great food and want to experience a more vibrant and colourful area of the city. Even mundane houses are colourful in Little India. Stay here and immerse yourself in the authentic culture of the Indian community. You'll find the perfect budget hotel for your wallet and a few boutique hotels that sure are vibrant and full of joy.

Why Stay In Little India

There are so many reasons to stay in Little India, for one it's the best way to experience Indian culture outside of India. If you love Indian food, then this is an authentic foodie paradise teeming with restaurants to choose from at budget prices. This is a real cultural hub, the architecture and lifestyle are very traditional and there is an array of temples to explore – including the stunning Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple and the Mustafa centre for some bargain shopping. Walk to the historical area of Bugis with its museums nearby. The area is very popular with backpackers always on the hunt for the best budget hotel in Little India.

Little India in Singapore

Any downsides?

You will be in a cultural enclave in Singapore which can get packed, especially on the weekends or during holidays or festivals. The accommodation is generally budget and the area is traditional so you won't find any of the glitzier buildings near here and luxury accommodation is harder to find. When you stay in Little India, make sure to position yourself closer to the Farrer Park MRT Station to get quick access to the other areas and points of attraction and the city center.

Where To Stay In Little India

From the best budget hotel to the best boutique hotel, there are plenty of accommodation options in Little India. We selected the ones with the best reviews for the most affordable prices so you never compromise on quality and budget.

Mid-range: Hotel Hilton Garden Inn

Located in the vibrant district of Little India, Hilton Garden Inn features an outdoor swimming pool, clean and modern rooms. Prices for a comfortable king room, suitable for two travellers start at £105 per night.
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Mid-range: Hotel Holiday Inn Singapore Little India

Centrally situated in one of Singapore’s most vibrant heritage districts, Holiday Inn Singapore Little India enjoys an accessible location atop Farrer Park MRT station, providing unrivalled connectivity around the vicinity, to the city and Central Business District. This hotel features sleek glass exteriors that offers panoramic views of Little India.
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Mid-range: Aparthotel Citadines Rochor

Every hotel room features a private bathroom and shower, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and a microwave. Popular points of interest near the aparthotel include Bugis Street, Mustafa Centre and Singapore Art Museum. Prices start from £84 per night.
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Cultural and diverse neighbourhoods in Singapore

Bugis & Kampong Glam – For The Youthful And Artsy

This is where to stay in Singapore if you love a more youthful vibe with great vegan food and a few hipster shops. You will find bazaars but also luxury restaurants, making it an ideal location for a mid range traveller looking for mid range hotels or affordable luxury hotels.

Stay here and marvel at the 19th-century shophouses that have been turned into textile shops and restaurants. Visit the most notable landmarks including the Sultan Mosque and the Malay Heritage Centre.

If shopping is on the list, Bugis & Kampong Glam won't disappoint, as you'll be minute's away from clothing boutiques, souvenir shops and artsy cafes Haji Lane.

Why Stay In Bugis & Kampong Glam

Staying in Bugis & Kampong Glam is perfect for people who love contrasts right on their doorstep. Often grouped together as one blended seamlessly into the other, they couldn't be more different. Kampong Glam is also known as the ‘Arab Quarter' and is an absolute dream if you love bazaars and Middle Eastern food with a mixture of street food and sit-down restaurants. This is also where you'll find the infamous Haji lane, a favourite among hipsters where you'll find all the boutique and vintage stores, music bars, vegan restaurants, hip cafes, and juice bars. There's a youthful vibe in Kampong Glam that's very addictive. You'll be able to see the Sultan Mosque while you're there. The Bugis strip is full of malls, the popular street market, and more luxury dining options which compliments the more traditional Kampong Glam. You're also within walking distance of Little India. This is a real tick all the boxes area.

Singapore Kampong Gelam part of your Singapore itinerary

Any downsides?

The area is a little further away from the tourist sights of Singapore so much like if you stay in Little India you may find yourself on the MRT more than you'd like, particularly if you want to explore the Marina Bay area. You'll also find fewer taxis, especially at night, and while there is a nightlife scene around Kampong Glam it's quite small. Bugis & Kampong Glam is fantastic for the all-around traveller but it's not particularly suited for travellers looking for the best luxury hotels.

Where To Stay In Bugis & Kampong Glam

You'll find to make Bugis & Kampong Glam the base for your stay in Singapore if you are after budget or mid range hotels. Here are the perfect hand-picked accommodation options that are fit the best price and review ratio to ensure you get the best for your buck.

Luxury: Hotel InterContinental Singapore

A 5-minute drive from the Central Business District, this 5-star hotel offers an outdoor pool and a number of dining options. Located near the Marina Bay area, it is a 10-minute walk from Suntec Convention Centre and Raffles City Shopping Centre.
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Luxury: Hotel Andaz Singapore

Nestled between the vibrant districts of Kampong Glam and Bugis, the hotel is just 750 feet to Bugis MRT Station and Bugis Junction. Sultan Mosque is 1,150 feet from Andaz Singapore, while Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and Suntec City Convention Centre are 2,300 feet away.
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Budget: Capsule hotel Beary Best!

Located just 0.6 miles from Bugis Street, Beary Best! is a clean capsule hotel offering clean and modern accommodation. The property is situated 1.1 miles from Singapore Flyer, 1.1 miles from Singapore Art Museum and 1.4 miles from Mustafa Centre. Prices start from £15 per night, one of the best budget hotels we've found in Singapore.
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Civic District - For Everyday Singapore

This is where to stay in Singapore if you want to visit museums, access shopping malls and see various galleries. Most attractions are within walking distance of your hotel. The Civic District is packed with historical, architectural and cultural gems such as the national museum, but it's also home to boutique hotels and luxury accommodation.

Why Stay In Civic District

Civic District is about as central as you can get, this is where you'll find museums, government buildings, shopping malls, and fine dining restaurants. If you're looking to explore Singapore's history or art galleries this is a great area for you. You'll also be able to walk to the wonderful Orchard Road, party in Clarke Quay and walk back, and explore the attractions at Marina Bay Sands at your leisure. There's no end to the things you can do here and you'll spend far less time on public transport. But if you do want to take trips then you are in a perfect place for all the main bus routes and MRT lines. There's a real open feel to Civic District with wide streets, large green spaces (including the famous Fort Canning Park) and architecturally impressive buildings to admire.

Beautiful gardens by the Bay and the domes in singapore

Any downsides?

The Civic District is that it's not particularly budget-friendly, especially in terms of accommodation. The area is definitely one of the more high-end parts of Singapore which are largely due to its excellent location. The dining options are more geared towards the a la carte and less towards the street food culture of the city too so if you're a foodie looking for the more traditional eats you may find yourself looking elsewhere. The great transportation link to cultural and party districts make the Civic District a great place for everyday Singapore tourist.

Where To Stay In Civic District

The Civic District is where to stay in Singapore to be close to the Singapore river, MRT stations, National Gallery Singapore, themed gardens with ample shopping and dining options. Check the recommendations below to make sure you don't compromise on the quality but get the best-priced hotels with great reviews.

Luxury: Hotel Mandarin Oriental

Towering over Marina Bay, Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, features an outdoor pool with stunning cityscape views and a luxurious spa. Guests can keep fit at the gym or with Yoga classes. Mandarin Singapore is directly linked to Marina Square Shopping Centre, a 10-minute walk from City Hall MRT Station.
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Luxury: Hotel Pan Pacific

The 5-star Pan Pacific Singapore is directly connected to Marina Square Mall and Suntec Convention Centre. Located at the gateway of Singapore’s Central Business and Financial Districts, it features an outdoor swimming pool and guests can enjoy meals at 6 dining options or have a drink at the bar.
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Affordable Luxury: Hotel Grand Park City Hall

Grand Park City Hall is a 5-minute walk from City Hall MRT Station and the Raffles City Shopping Centre. It is a 10-minute walk to the National Museum and Asian Civilisations Museum and 5 minutes away from the National Gallery Singapore.
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Great, you know now where to stay in Singapore and which of the best hotels to pick to suit your budget and travel interests. You're going to love Singapore so much, and come back with the best memories. Have fun and enjoy!

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05 Jan 2019

This was a really interesting post, thanks for sharing your travel experience.