HarbourFront Hotels in Singapore

HarbourFront Hotels in Singapore

Amy Van De Casteele

Singapore has garnered a worldwide reputation for its ethnic diversity, clean well-ordered streets, charming colonial architecture and burgeoning economy. If you want to visit this fascinating tropical metropolis, look no further than HotelTravel.com and check out our helpful selection of HarbourFront hotels in Singapore which offer spectacular views, as well as great service.

The Bay Hotel Singapore provides charming 3 star accommodation within easy reach of Clark Quay, VivoCity and the Sentosa Monorail Station, while the Harbour Ville Hotel is another 3 star hotel that boasts tastefully furnished guestrooms, a restaurant and well-equipped business centre. For travellers on a tight budget the Happy Snail Hostel is a bargain, providing comfortable 1 star accommodation and easy access to colourful Chinatown and the amusement rides of Sentosa Island.

Whether you are in Singapore for business or pleasure you won’t be stuck for things to do and places to see. A pleasant mixture of traditional cultural attractions and modern innovations, the city is home to a myriad of museums, temples, parks, beaches, restaurants and nightclubs.

If vibrant local history and culture fascinate you, then head to the Baba House and take the one-hour guided tour through this picturesque Peranakan-style building, which was erected over a hundred years ago and offers you a quirky sneak-peek into the past. For a broader spectrum of history opt for a visit to the impressive Asian Civilisations Museum, also housed in a 19th century building, and wander through the fascinating exhibits which will enlighten you on the rich cultures of Southeast Asia, its lifestyles and traditions.

Nature lovers and bird watchers will probably want to set their sights on Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 87 hectares of mudflats and forest which is home to a diverse variety of migrating bird species. Alternatively, you can delve into the verdant jungle of Bukit Timah Nature Reserve and follow one of the four scenic walking trails, hopefully spotting plenty of birds and monkeys along the way.

When it comes to drinking and dining, Singapore has a spectacular variety of eateries and bars where you can enjoy delicious ethnic dishes, cocktails and fine wines. Head to Peranakan restaurant Blue Ginger for a delightful fusion of Chinese and Malay flavours and finish up with a nightcap in the bohemian BluJaz Café with its nightly live music sessions and a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere.

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