Travel Guides > Singapore Travel Guide
Singapore Hotels – Search for the best hotel rates with Agoda.
Where to stay in Singapore – If you haven’t been to Singapore check my guide for which area to stay.
Hotel Review: Oxley Hotel
Hotel Review: Hotel NuVe Urbane
5footway.inn Project Chinatown 1
Hostel Review: Bunc Hostel
Hotel NuVe Heritage
Hostel Review: 5footway.inn Project Boat Quay
Hostel Review: 5footway.inn Project Ann Siang
Hostel Review: 5footway.inn Project Chinatown 1
Hotel Review: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport
Hotel Review: Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore
Hostel Review: Plush Pods Hostel
Hotel Review: Bay Hotel Singapore
Hotel Review: Shangri-La Hotel
Hotel Review: Mandarin Orchard Singapore
Hotel Review: Orchard Parade Hotel
Guesthouse Review: Ali’s Nest
Hotel Review: Marina Bay Sands
Nomadic Notes Blog Posts
Singapore Airlines flight review: Sydney to Saigon with a free stopover in Singapore – Some airlines offer a free stopover at their main hub, which is a great way to see a new city (or revisit an old favourite). If you are flying through Singapore check out any deals with Singapore Airlines.
My best ever airport immigration experience – I always enjoy transiting or stopping over via Changi Airport in Singapore, and this experience confirmed why.
Gardens by the Bay: A wonderful urban park in Singapore – My visit to this modern park in Singapore.
Telok Ayer Market – The historic hawker centre in downtown Singapore – One of the few remaining heritage buildings in an area dominated by modern office towers.
Your Singapore – Singapore Tourism Board.
Coconuts Singapore – From the Coconuts group of city guides, covering local news and events.
Singapore Guide – Travelfish index page for Singapore.
Singapore Travel – Destination Guide.
Focus Singapore – Travel and tourism links as well as information for living in Singapore.
Singapore Culture And Attractions – Singapore portal by a migrant to the city, includes attractions, things to do, transport, culture, and hotels.
Metropolasia – Singapore Travel Guide – Travel information on Singapore, including recommended hotels, self-guided tours, restaurant and food guide, and shopping tips.
OverseasAttractions.com – Lists the most popular attractions, activities, and tours.
The Singapore Tourist Pass is a 1, 2 or 3-day pass that offers unlimited rides on public bus, MRT and LRT trains in Singapore. If you pick up a pass at the airport you can use it straight away on the metro. Ideal for those who plan to see as much as possible in a three day period via public transport. [Disclosure: I was sent a pass to test in Singapore.]
Articles About Singapore
A history of Singapore in 10 dishes – “The history of a food-obsessed city-state through its multifaceted cuisine.”
Top 22 things to do in Singapore – This guide by Soraya from helloraya.com has a good cross section of things to do.
Singapore Shorts – A collection of Singapore blog posts from Singaporean travel blogger Jaclynn Seah at theoccasionaltraveller.com.
20 things to know before visiting Singapore – Singapore-based bloggers shinyvisa.com introduce their home city.
48 hours in Singapore – By contentedtraveller.com.
Traveler Folio – Archive of Singapore posts from travel blogger Eunice Khong.
Passport Chop – A Singapore duo with over 100 blog posts on Singapore.
Things to do in Singapore – By thetrustedtraveller.com.
5 quirky and free things to do in Singapore – By Justine at travel-lush.com.
Pulau Ubin and the ghosts of Old Singapore – Pulau Ubin is a short ferry ride from Changi Village and another world away from modern Singapore. Story by Betsy Wuebker at passingthru.com.
Singapore 4 day itinerary – Top highlights with a map, average daily budget, and where to stay by phenomenalglobe.com.
Telok Ayer Market – The historic hawker centre in downtown Singapore – A good place to eat in Singapore, especially to admire the building.
ieatishootipost – Singapore food blog.
SG Food on Foot – Places to eat near MRT stations.
[Bussorah Street and Sultan Mosque.]
Singapore Photo Gallery – Photo gallery of my visits to Singapore.
Pictures of Singapore from the same spots, 30 years apart – An American living in Singapore compares locations with photos from his father from 1991.