Singapore Hotels & Accommodation

Revel in one of Asia's most vibrant and diverse city hubs. Singapore is bustling city brimming with iconic attractions, world-class shopping precincts and cultural events.

Singapore hotels are as renowned as the tourist attractions that line the city streets. Ranging from luxurious accommodation in the CBD, with roof top infinity pools nestled among the city skyline, to comfortable hotels in the city's Orchard Road shopping hub, accommodation in Singapore can suit a range of budgets and tastes.

Serviced by regular flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Australia's other major airports, Singapore is visited by thousands of Australians each day and it's easy to see why.

Undoubtedly one of the world's most famous shopping destinations, Singapore's retail precincts are not hard to find. Ranging from the iconic Orchard Road, to the historic and eclectic hotspots of Kampong Glam and Holland Village, stocked with international brands and cultural finds, you can spend days browsing through the impressive range of clothing, jewellery, textiles, antiques, souvenirs and more.

Singapore has an eclectic dining scene and you're spoiled to choice when it comes to world-class eateries and a variety of colourful cuisine and dining hubs.

If you're looking for adventure, Universal Studios Singapore is your chance to enter new worlds and experience your favourite movies across many adventure rides, 3D media presentations and stage shows.

For even more theme park excitement, Adventure Cove Marine Life Park contains metres of spiralling water slide fun as well as the world's largest aquarium and beautiful reefs and bays for you to explore at your leisure.

Home to up to 380 000 plant species and only a five-minute walk from the city, Gardens by the Bay are the perfect setting for a day of discovery or a leisurely evening stroll around the iconic super-trees. The garden's lush lawns and picturesque pavilions form the perfect place for a picnic lunch.

Known for its iconic 8.6 metre tall fish-bodied lion statue which spurts water into the Marina Bay Sands, Merlion Park is another of Singapore's most popular spots. Set among Marina Bay Sands, the views from the park are as breathtaking during the day as they are set among the Singapore skyline at night, and well worth a visit.

For unparalleled city views ride the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest giant observation wheel, and enjoy 360-degree unobstructed views of Singapore's skyline from 165 metres off the ground.

Singapore is one of the most eclectic world cities, and whether it's shopping, dining or attraction- hopping there's something here to impress first-time visitors and experienced travellers alike.