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A cultural melting-pot at a global crossroads, Singapore is not easily defined, and travellers have long breezed through without really getting to know it. It’s a country, a city, and a self-contained island, and it has blossomed into one of the most eclectic destinations on earth. Down on the waterfront, futuristic architecture creates a sleekly urban skyline, yet everywhere the presence of the jungle can be felt. It may have a pristine sheen, but underneath, this Lion City roars.

Things to see

Singapore is bursting with attractions, from the refined splendour of the Colonial District to the high-octane entertainment of Sentosa Island. Siloso Beach on Sentosa is a great place to go with the kids – the Underwater Wold and Dolphin Lagoon allows you to splash about with dolphins and shake hands with seals. Nearby, Universal Studios Singapore is a thrilling, cinematic theme park, with whole worlds created from mind-boggling technology, and rides to make your bones shake. There’s also a multitude of free things to do in Singapore, such as a visit to the National Museum of Singapore. Its wealth of historical exhibits and fun activities for children will keep everyone happy for hours. Beyond the centre, urbanity combines with wild jungle to create exotic city parks. The Henderson Waves Bridge takes weekend strolls to new heights - this twisting bridge, made of thousands of curved wooden slats, sails above the treetops.

Hotels in Singapore

Singapore may be known for the legendary Raffles Hotel and its world-class modern luxury, but this city is budget-savvy too. The cheap hotels in Singapore still offer all the modern conveniences you’d expect, like free WiFi and air conditioning, and there are numerous design-conscious boutique hotels at great value for money. Some have studio apartments which are ideal for family stays. If you’re travelling on a shoestring, there are plenty of quirky backpacker hostels to choose from, offering a great social atmosphere, with games rooms or common areas, and that all-important free breakfast. Many offer private rooms as well as dorms.

Where to stay

If you’re looking for a cheap Singapore hotel close to the centre, then Chinatown is a great option. Just north of the downtown core, it’s one of Singapore’s most authentic and interesting districts. Among the streets full of tempting Chinese restaurants and buzzing markets, boutique hotels are popping up, and offering great value for money compared to the downtown core. The major backpacker area is located northeast of the centre in Little India. There are dozens of hostels and guesthouses here, and filled as it is with colour, spice, and glittering temples, it definitely is a taste of India.

How to get to Singapore

Singapore is a global hub, with hundreds of flights touching down from all over the world every day. There are plenty of cheap flights to Singapore, with the budget airlines mainly landing at Terminal 2. Once at the airport, travel around Singapore is made easy with the metro system, which has a line running from the airport to the city centre. Buses also provide an economical and frequent service between the airport and downtown. It’s worth getting a prepaid metro card to make your journeys around Singapore cheaper and easier. Taxis are metered, and smaller, economy cars offer a cheaper rate.

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