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Hotels in Singapore

Covered in the blings and sparkles of tall concrete buildings, appetizing cuisine, and non-stop traffic, Singapore is one of Asia’s hit list destinations. Once a concrete jungle, the Singaporean government is now slowly shifting towards green cover. Singapore is an ideal tourist destination for food lovers, explorers, family holiday, action seekers, and culture shapers. This fascinating destination is one of the most beautiful man-made wonders alluring tourists from all over the world. Plan your trip to Singapore without worrying about the accommodation. Book your hotel in Singapore online on SuperbMyTrip to find the most suitable deal. Select and book from the widest array of luxurious and cheap hotels in Singapore.

Where to stay in Singapore?

Top deluxe hotels in Singapore are Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong (East Coast), One Farrer Hotel (Farrer Park), Shangri-La Hotel Singapore (Orchard), Parkroyal on Pickering (Shenton Way), Fairmont Singapore (Bras Basah Road), The Fullerton Hotel Singapore (Marina Bay), Andaz Singapore - A Concept By Hyatt (Bugis), and Conrad Centennial Singapore (Temasek Blvd). Top budget hotels in Singapore are Dream Lodge Singapore (Tyrwhitt Road), Raffles Hotel (Beach Road), Beary Best! Hostel Kampong Glam (Arab Street), Atlantis Pods Bugis (Bugis), Capsule Pod Boutique Hostel (Upper Cross Street), and Circular House (Circular Road).

Where can you find budget hotels in Singapore?

Maximum budget hotels in Singapore are located in Orchard Road, Sentosa Island, and Clarke Quay. For saving more on hotel booking, book hotel in Singapore on SMT. We have the widest range of affordable hotels in Singapore.

What are the major tourist attractions in Singapore?

On your Singapore exploration, you should must visit Orchard Road, Resorts World Sentosa, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Sentosa Island, Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Universal Studios Singapore, Night Safari, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, and Asian Civilizations Museum in Singapore. While you are here, you must also try Indoor Sky Diving, Night Safari, Reverse Bungee Jumping, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Formula One Adventure, and Kayaking.

Which is the peak tourist season in Singapore?

Singapore is a year-round destination with a soothing climate. The peak tourist season of Singapore is November to January, being July the busiest months as it experiences the Great Singapore Sale and the Singapore Food Festival. August to October is the off-season in Singapore, which means you can book flight tickets and hotel at the lowest price here. For more discount, book hotel in Singapore on SuperbMyTrip.