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Explore our resorts in Singapore

An ultra-modern metropolis amid a profusion of tropical greenery, Singapore truly has to be seen to be believed. In this unique island state, luxury shopping and rooftop spas coexist peacefully with historical heritage and natural beauty. Whether you’re visiting Singapore for business or pleasure, make it an amazing experience at an ALL resort.

Singapore

About Singapore

Singapore is a city-state whose global presence belies its diminutive size. As well as being a world-leading financial hub and business centre, Singapore’s unique combination of beach resorts, theme parks, casinos, fine dining and nature reserves attracts millions of tourists every year.

Frequently asked questions

Singapore is one of the world’s great travel hubs, often regarded as the gateway to Asia. Not only is Changi one of the planet’s busiest airports, but it is also consistently voted the world’s best airport by passengers and professionals. There are also excellent road and rail links to Malaysia, not to mention the world’s second-busiest port. As for getting around the city, Singapore’s public transport system is second to none. The famous Mass Rapid Transit network offers extensive coverage and sleek, modern trains.

The Singapore skyline is the stuff of legend, its ultra-modern silhouettes emblematic of the city-state’s dazzling development. Among the most famous examples are the Marina Bay Sands resort, with its eye-catching sky bridge. Singapore is rightly regarded as one of the world’s ultimate shopping destinations, with the Orchard Road district hosting a dizzying array of department stores. Add in a host of flamboyant casinos, and it’s hard to beat Singapore for glitz, glamour and excitement. But there is another side to Singapore, a fascinating blend of old and new, of contemporary engineering and lush natural beauty. The quirky blend of architectural styles on display in Chinatown offers a fascinating glimpse of Singapore’s history, and this district is also home to the Sri Mariamman Temple, the country’s oldest Hindu temple. Living up to its reputation as a “city in nature,” Singapore is also one of the world’s greenest urban centres, with a rich tapestry of tranquil parks and gardens. Most famously, the Botanic Gardens are a listed UNESCO World Heritage site. There is also plenty of incredible wildlife to check out at Singapore Zoo, River Wonders and the world’s first Night Safari. Visitors often forget that Singapore does not just consist of a single island – there is a whole constellation of 64 offshore islands dotted around the city-state. These include the popular island resort of Sentosa and natural havens such as Pulau Ubin and Sisters’ Islands.

Singapore’s cuisine reflects its diverse and multicultural identity, a real melting pot of influences and ingredients. The city’s extremely popular hawker centres and food courts offer a great insight into this rich culinary culture. Traditional favourites such as fish soup, chilli crab and Nasi Padang sit side-by-side with a host of international options from all over the globe. At the other end of the scale, Singapore is a global mecca for fine dining. With no fewer than 49 Michelin-starred restaurants, the city is a gastronome’s dream.

If you’re looking for a safe haven which still puts you right in the heart of the action, look no further than Sofitel Singapore City Centre. The luxurious décor includes an infinity pool with a breath-taking view of the downtown skyline. Swissôtel Merchant Court is also conveniently located near both the train station and the bustling bars and restaurants of Clarke Quay and boasts a magnificent spa and vast outdoor pool. On the nearby island of Sentosa, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa is a luxury beach resort combining stunning ocean views with exquisite interior design.

Singapore has a tropical rainforest climate with no distinctive seasons. Temperatures are high (typically between 25 and 30°C) all year round, as is the humidity. The most significant seasonal variation is in rainfall, with a wetter monsoon season between November and February.

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