Shangri-La Singapore

Shangri-La Singapore

Set in luxuriant tropical gardens near the renowned Orchard Road shopping and business district, the Shangri-La Hotel is...

Raffles Singapore

Raffles Singapore

A legend, a landmark, a national monument... Established in 1887, Raffles stands proudly among the soaring towers of...

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Boasting views of the marina and the majestic city skyline on one side and the harbour with its sweeping ocean...

The Fullerton

The Fullerton, Singapore

Luxury resides in every detail at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.

From the soft vanilla coloured walls to...

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Four Seasons Hotel, Singapore

A modern 20-storey building situated along the tree-lined Orchard Boulevard, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is a...

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 A majestic island country - stopover or stay!

A small island country, Singapore combines the skyscrapers of a modern, affluent city with traditional Chinese, Malay and Indian influences.  With a tropical climate, excellent fusion food, good shopping and a vibrant night-life scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or excellent twin centre location with other Far East destinations or as a one stop destination to take in all there is so see in this vibrant region.

Shopping on the excellent Orchard Row or in some of the modern shopping malls is obligatory as is a Singapore Sling served at its many cocktail bars, or indeed in its original home, the Long Bar in our resort, the legendary Raffles.  

Of course, relaxation is also available in our hand picked hotels with Spa Artisan located in The Fullerton Hotel offering Asian Spa treatments which transport you to a lush greenery in the heart of the city and pampered at the skilled hands of a true artisan.  

The views of the majestic city skyline are really quite stunning and the Mandarin Oriental, at the heart of Singapore’s entertainment district boasts sweeping views of the marina and harbour – one of the busiest in the world.

Climate Guide

A hot and humid destination with tropcial temperatures year round. Monsoon seasons are November until mid-March and June to September.


Temperature & Rainfall Guide

This table shows the average Temperature and Rainfall for Singapore.

MonthTempRainfall (mm)
January30 200 
February31 177 
March31 198 
April31 201
May31 

176

June31 157 
July31 156 
August31 166 
September31 172 
October31 198 
November31 246 
December30 272 
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