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Where to stay in Singapore

Having trouble deciding where to stay in Singapore? Start by considering what you’re most hoping to get from your vacation. If you’re due for an indulgent shopping spree, staying near Orchard Road makes sense. Alternatively, if classic touristy activities are what you’re seeking, lean towards the resorts of Sentosa Island.The best areas to stay in Singapore also include Chinatown and Little India – perfect if you want to immerse yourself in the Chinese or Indian aspects of Singapore’s culture (and cuisine!). Of course, if you have the budget for it, the iconic Marina Bay Sands is hard to resist.

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  • Orchard Road

    Shopaholics, look no further than Orchard Road. This retail mecca is an urban paradise. Staying here, right in the heart of Singapore, will give you immediate access to the countless stores, eateries, attractions, and facilities that Orchard Road has to offer. You can literally shop ‘til you drop because your room is right there ready to catch you. Big hotel brands here include Vacation Inn, Pac Pacific, Hilton, and Marriott.

  • Little India

    The accommodation options in Little India tend to be boutique and quirky, much like the area's shop houses with their colourful shopfronts. If you love Indian cuisine, you'll love being greeted by the wafting aroma of delicious food every time you step out of your hotel lobby. Hotels in this area tend to be quite affordable, and staying here gives you easy access to many of the city's best attractions.

  • Bras Basah Road

    Located just minutes from Orchard Road, Bras Basah Road accommodation offers a less frenetic place to stay that's still very much central. The world-renowned Carlton Hotel Singapore and Rendezvous Grand Hotel Singapore are both found here. When you stay on Bras Basah Road, many fantastic attractions will be within walking distance, including the National Museum of Singapore, the Peranakan Museum, and Fort Canning Park.

  • The Colonial District

    The heart of downtown Singapore, the Colonial District is noteworthy for its architecture and for being the home of the world-famous Raffles Hotel (named after the city's founder, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles). This is a great place to stay in Singapore if you want to be close to everything. For example, the Asian Civilisations Museum and National Gallery will be within walking distance.

  • Chinatown

    Chinatown is a thriving area full of markets, restaurants, shops, people, and some fascinating temples. You'll get great value on accommodation here, and delicious Chinese dishes will never be more than a short walk away. If you plan on spending some quality time in the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, Chinatown is a smart place to stay.

  • Marina Bay

    The sensational Marina Bay Sands is perhaps Singapore's most recognisable building. The ‘ship' upheld by the three main pillars is a sight to behold. Staying here gives you direct access to the massive casino, the classy Shoppes, and the largest rooftop pool in the world. You could also enjoy a daily stroll through the Gardens by the Bay, which are located just across the road from the Marina Bay Sands.

  • Sentosa Island

    Keen to spend your vacation on exciting movie-themed rides, exploring aquariums, watching incredible shows, and relaxing on the beach? Sentosa Island is the fun capital of Singapore, so staying at a resort on the island makes perfect sense if an activity-packed vacation is what you're after. Start your getaway by ascending Tiger Sky Tower, then make your way to Universal Studios Singapore.

Frequently asked questions

Families & thrill-seekers love the adrenaline rush of Sentosa Island. Couples & solo travellers can make the most of the city by using by staying in Downtown Singapore or close to Orchard Road. 


Absolutely! Known as one of the safer countries to travel to, Singapore has family-friendly attractions like Sentosa Island, Night River Safari & Gardens by the Bay to keep you busy.


Singapore is a year-round destination with consistent weather, however, February to April is generally less humid with reduced rainfall.


Be a tourist in a day by visiting Gardens by the Bay, jump on the Cable Car over to Sentosa Island and don't forget the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari, River Safari & theme parks!


Flight Centre's team of Travel Experts are the perfect people to ask about your Singapore escape. We've worked hard to curate the best Singapore vacation packages on the market, and can work to create a package suited to your needs.


5 to 7 days is the perfect recipe to Singapore sling your way into the culture, history & fun-filled activities around the city.


Don't forget your universal power adaptor, passport & the most comfortable pair of shoes you own to explore. For main character vibes, we recommend headphones & a great playlist! 


Staying near Marina Bay is perfect for luxury travellers, Sentosa Island is jam-packed with family activities & Downtown Singapore is a great hub for budget concious travellers.


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