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BEYOND BREAKFAST IN SINGAPORE

All-inclusive Singapore holidays might not be in fashion right now, but don’t worry, you won’t go hungry. From street hawkers to Michelin-star restaurants, you’ll find enticing eateries all over the city. Even better, with many of the best spots inside Singapore hotels, you won’t need to go far for something delicious.

Starting the day right is easy. Shangri-La Singapore serves breakfast buffets with a global reputation. M Social raises smiles with its viral sensation, the omelette robot. Mornings begin among greenery at The Marmalade Pantry of Oasia Downtown. When the sun shines, you can enjoy breakfast al fresco at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay’s Publico Ristorante or the Kitchen Table at W Singapore Sentosa Cove. Not an early bird? No problem, Quincy Hotel serves breakfast until 3pm.

While some hotels offer half board, such as Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa or Orchard Hotel Singapore, a club room stay is one of the best ways to get more from your hotel dining. Upgraded comfort, access to an exclusive lounge, all-day snacks, afternoon canapés, and evening cocktails are just some of the privileges provided for club guests at hotel brands, including Rendezvous, Pan Pacific, Oasia, Four Seasons, and more.

A rarity of Singapore all-inclusive holidays today doesn’t mean a lack of choice. Every cuisine is represented in Singapore, and many of the best hotels feature signature restaurants specialising in flavours from all over the world. The iconic Raffles hosts nine ‘theatres’ of dining and drinking showcasing menus from France, Italy, China, and India. Marina Bay Sands serves a ‘culinary odyssey’ designed by famous chefs from across Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the Americas. Or, you can leave the hotels behind and step out to taste authentic dishes in Chinatown, Little India, Arab Street and many more of Singapore’s foodie neighbourhoods.

When it comes to Singapore package holidays, you may book a bed & breakfast, but every dish and delicacy is included somewhere in the city.

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Stopover in Singapore

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Accommodation

It might be one of the world’s smallest countries, but Singapore is big on hotels. From innovative architecture to classic hospitality, there’s a place for everyone. All you need to do is find yours. Popular districts include the shopping avenue of Orchard Road, the entertainment hub of Clarke Quay, and the family-friendly resort of Sentosa Island. Or you could dive right into the energy of Downtown.

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Stay in an icon of modern Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands or a timeless landmark at Raffles. Choose the garden tower of Oasia Downtown, the elegant comfort of Mandarin Oriental, or the beachside luxury of Sofitel Singapore Sentosa. Speak to our Travel Specialists to find the right Singapore hotels for you.

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Activities

There’s never a reason to be bored in Singapore. Globally renowned shopping, dining, and nightlife are just the start of the entertainment to be found in this playground city. Explore forests of the future at Gardens by the Bay, see wildlife after dark on a Night Safari at Singapore Zoo, and watch the sky fill with colour at Marina Bay’s nightly light show. Take a cable car to Sentosa for theme parks, water parks, indoor skydiving, HyperDrive karting, and beachside bungee jumping.

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Enjoy breakfast on the sand, afternoon tea by the river, dinner in a Michelin-star restaurant, and cocktails over the city at a rooftop bar. Ride a trishaw through the lanes of Chinatown, stroll between flagship showrooms on Orchard Road, and ride the giant wheel of the Singapore Flyer. Need a break? Escape from it all with a blissful treatment at your hotel spa.

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Stopover in Singapore

A perfect location at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, the world’s favourite airport, and a top-rated airline makes Singapore one of the first-choice stopover destinations for travellers heading to Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. Once you land, seamless transport links help you make the most of this amazing destination whether you stay for one night, two nights, three, or more. Divide your time between city adventures, relaxing in nature, resort entertainment, and days at the beach. Whether you’re here for the food, theme parks, architecture, or soaking up each distinctive neighbourhood’s eclectic atmosphere, our Travel Specialists know how to tailor your itinerary to make the most of your time. Not spending the night? Take advantage of a long connection by resting at an airport hotel or joining a free tour straight from the terminal.

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Food

The toughest aspect of dining in Singapore is choosing what to eat next. From simple chicken rice to spicy chilli crab or sweet kaya toast, Singaporean cuisine is a rich blend of Asian and Indian influences and can be found everywhere, from sophisticated high-end restaurants to lively hawker centres. And there are Michelin star examples of both. Local dishes aren’t all that’s on the menu. Take a taste tour around Chinatown, Little India, Arab Street, Changi Village and more of the city’s diverse neighbourhoods. Or find your perfect city eatery among celebrity chef kitchens and signature outlets in luxury hotels. Grab sumptuous snacks from the international restaurants of Clarke Quay, graze quick bites in the underground food halls of Orchard Road, or find a table for two in a romantic corner of a Downtown bistro. When the sun shines, dine with your toes in the sand on Sentosa.

Show More
Show Less

Accommodation

Accommodation

It might be one of the world’s smallest countries, but Singapore is big on hotels. From innovative architecture to classic hospitality, there’s a place for everyone. All you need to do is find yours. Popular districts include the shopping avenue of Orchard Road, the entertainment hub of Clarke Quay, and the family-friendly resort of Sentosa Island. Or you could dive right into the energy of Downtown.

Show More
Show Less

Stay in an icon of modern Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands or a timeless landmark at Raffles. Choose the garden tower of Oasia Downtown, the elegant comfort of Mandarin Oriental, or the beachside luxury of Sofitel Singapore Sentosa. Speak to our Travel Specialists to find the right Singapore hotels for you.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Activities

There’s never a reason to be bored in Singapore. Globally renowned shopping, dining, and nightlife are just the start of the entertainment to be found in this playground city. Explore forests of the future at Gardens by the Bay, see wildlife after dark on a Night Safari at Singapore Zoo, and watch the sky fill with colour at Marina Bay’s nightly light show. Take a cable car to Sentosa for theme parks, water parks, indoor skydiving, HyperDrive karting, and beachside bungee jumping.

Show More
Show Less

Enjoy breakfast on the sand, afternoon tea by the river, dinner in a Michelin-star restaurant, and cocktails over the city at a rooftop bar. Ride a trishaw through the lanes of Chinatown, stroll between flagship showrooms on Orchard Road, and ride the giant wheel of the Singapore Flyer. Need a break? Escape from it all with a blissful treatment at your hotel spa.

Show More
Show Less

Stopover in Singapore

Stopover in Singapore

A perfect location at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, the world’s favourite airport, and a top-rated airline makes Singapore one of the first-choice stopover destinations for travellers heading to Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. Once you land, seamless transport links help you make the most of this amazing destination whether you stay for one night, two nights, three, or more. Divide your time between city adventures, relaxing in nature, resort entertainment, and days at the beach. Whether you’re here for the food, theme parks, architecture, or soaking up each distinctive neighbourhood’s eclectic atmosphere, our Travel Specialists know how to tailor your itinerary to make the most of your time. Not spending the night? Take advantage of a long connection by resting at an airport hotel or joining a free tour straight from the terminal.

Show More
Show Less

Food

Food

The toughest aspect of dining in Singapore is choosing what to eat next. From simple chicken rice to spicy chilli crab or sweet kaya toast, Singaporean cuisine is a rich blend of Asian and Indian influences and can be found everywhere, from sophisticated high-end restaurants to lively hawker centres. And there are Michelin star examples of both. Local dishes aren’t all that’s on the menu. Take a taste tour around Chinatown, Little India, Arab Street, Changi Village and more of the city’s diverse neighbourhoods. Or find your perfect city eatery among celebrity chef kitchens and signature outlets in luxury hotels. Grab sumptuous snacks from the international restaurants of Clarke Quay, graze quick bites in the underground food halls of Orchard Road, or find a table for two in a romantic corner of a Downtown bistro. When the sun shines, dine with your toes in the sand on Sentosa.

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