Staying > Areas to Stay

Accommodation in Singapore is offered beyond the main tourist areas around the city centre. With a highly efficient public transportation system, all parts of the island are accessible, especially in the central areas. For somewhere with some ethnic character, head to Chinatown or Little India, where backpackers congregate. If you're looking for a place to stay close to the sand and sea, try Sentosa, or east of the city. We have categorised Singapore's choice accommodation into different areas such as the Orchard Road shopping belt, the Chinatown ethnic district and Sentosa Island, to aid you in finding the right location for your stay in Singapore.

The recent development around Marina Bay area aims not only to accommodate businessmen and high-rollers but also provides a good starting point for any visiting tourist w...
Ever since it was founded by the British, Singapore has always been an organised city with different areas performing specific functions. Doing business in Singapor...
There are a number of perks to staying around Dhoby Ghaut. It's located near
City Hall is located right in the central business district. The City Hall MRT Station makes it all the more conve...
If you love to shop, then staying in the Orchard Road area would be perfect for you. The Orch...
Skewed slightly away from the city centre, Singapore's Bugis and
Living in the outskirts of Singapore has several advantages: first, you get to see more of the Singaporean culture and accommodation is generally cheaper. ...
Tucked in between the happening Clarke Quay and the shopping madness of
Hotels and resorts on Sentosa offer the same range of facilities and amenities and quality of service that can be expected of establishments anywhere else. The swayi...
Within close proximity to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, as well as Orchard road, the hotels along Tanglin Road will give you modern and comfortable lodgings with the sho...
Located close to the city centre, Chinatown is a place known not only for narrow five-foot walkways, restored shophouses...
If you are looking for an alternative place to stay Little India might just do the trick. Conveniently located at the end of
If the hotel rates in the city centre is too pricey to your liking, there are more mid-range hotels around the fringes that are just as good as the ones along