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Experience a Cocktail of Culture in Singapore
Singapore has so much to see and do. Whether you are planning your next family holiday and want to look at some economy hotels in Singapore; you have an important business trip planned and you need accommodation close to the action; or you fancy checking into the best luxury hotel Singapore has to offer for a weekend break – Accor has dozens of quality hotels and accommodation to suit everyone. When you book a Singapore hotel you want to be as close to the hustle and bustle as possible. That way you can experience the cocktail of culture that Singapore boasts. As you venture through the busy streets of Chinatown, you will chance upon fortune tellers, calligraphers, and temple worshippers. In Little India, you can get your hands on the best sari material, buy freshly ground spices or a picture of your favourite Hindu God. And as you explore the small shops and market stalls of Arab Street, the soothing call of the Imam can be heard from the neighbouring Sultan Mosque. From luscious botanical gardens, a world-class zoo, and historical national museums, to modern art galleries, temples, riverside dining, and world-class shopping centres – Singapore offers a truly unique holiday experience that you will treasure for the rest of your life.
Singapore is a must-visit destination!
Singapore is considered to be among one of the must-see destinations in the world, due to a truly authentic personality which can be seen in all of the amazing architecture, surreal-like spaces, and artwork to be found at every turn. Should you decide to take your next holiday in Singapore, here are some of the unmissable sights:* Gardens by the Bay – comprising three domes and applauded around the world for its beauty both inside and out, Gardens by the Bay is a must-see for anyone visiting Singapore. The first, and largest, is the Flower Dome, which broke the record for the world's largest glass greenhouse. The second, named Floral Fantasy, is truly a work of both history and art. View their take on the hanging gardens of Babylon and many takes on Fairy-tales for an unforgettable experience. Lastly, you can visit the Cloud Forest, home to Cloud Mountain, and see rare plant life emerging from the mists of time.* The Southern Islands – island hopping between Kusu, St. John's, Lazarus and Sisters Islands is a wonderful way to see more of Singapore while escaping the crowds. Taking a ferry is inexpensive and lots of fun too.* Little India – an excellent place to see the past and present side by side, if you get the chance, try and visit during one of the celebrations like Deepavali in October/November and observe all of the joy and festivities.* Botanic Gardens – time your trip for the Heritage Festival or simply come and walk through these wonderful gardens, the first and only of its kind to make it onto the UNESCO world heritage sites list.* Clarke Quay – take in a boat tour, especially at night, check out the statues and temples nearby and generally soak up this exciting part of Singapore.* Punggol Beach, Coney Island – go cycling, take a walk or chill out at the beach. There are tons of ways to while away a day at Coney Island. (NN: a famous spot for cycle, good for families. also has a quiet beach away from the crowd)* Chinatown – try some great food, wander around, and make sure you take the time to look at some of the amazing artwork on the walls as you explore this incredible part of Singapore.* Bukit Timah Hill – the highest mountain in Singapore, both locals and travellers visit here for both its beauty and history, and also for a good hike.* The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple – located near Chinatown, this significant Buddhist institution is another must see for anyone visiting Singapore. Home to the Buddha Tooth Relic, the temple is certainly an interesting stop to make on your travels.* Tanjong Beach – imported sands and the shelter of an island makes Tanjong Beach one of the most peaceful and relaxing in the area. The beach is also located at the foot of one of our best luxury hotels, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa.* The Merlion – wherever you go in Singapore you may see the imagery of a lion with the body of a fish, or the Merlion. There is a famous statue that sits in Merlion Park and guards the island, which intrigues visitors to this day with the legends surrounding it.* Sentosa island* Henderson Waves Bridge* Granite Island (Pulau Ubin)* Masjid Sultan* Kong Men San Phor Kark See Monastery (NN: to remove)* Chijmes* Raffles Hotel