Exhilarating melting pot combining cultures

China, Malaysia, India - there are so many different influences on customs, food and culture here that it really is one of the world’s most exciting melting pots. Locals love to eat, and live to shop. You can find anything from golf to indoor skiing here, as well as bustling nightlife along the Three Quays. And when topped off with a stay in one of our luxury hotels in Singapore, you’re guaranteed an unforgettable urban retreat.

Practical Information

Capital city

Singapore dollar (in $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1000 and $10000 notes)

From street food to high-end restaurants, discover fusion food from all over Asia.

Tipping etiquette
Tipping isn’t expected

Saying hello
In Malay speaking regions, say “apa kabar”. In Mandarin speaking regions, say “nǐ hǎo”.

When To Go

Singapore is more or less on the equator, and its temperature stays consistently high all year round. It can be humid too, with sudden storms bringing relief. The wettest time of year to come is November to January. The city state is home to a number of faiths, so there are public holidays throughout the year. But one celebration well worth seeing is Chinese New Year in February. 

If you’re hoping to tuck into chilli crab, one of Singapore’s signature dishes, don’t wear smart clothes. It can get very messy!