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Luxury break to Singapore? Sorted.

With easy connections to Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia, vibrant Singapore is a common stopover spot. But this energetic city-state has also become a popular holiday destination in its own right, thanks to its tropical climate, eye-popping attractions and fantastic dining scene. Whether you’re visiting the Lion City for a few days or a week, why not make the most of it? A luxury holiday to Singapore will certainly be a trip to remember, as you enjoy a taste of the VIP lifestyle before travelling on to your next destination, or returning home.

Treat yourself to a stay in one of the five-star hotels in Singapore. There are several to choose from, ranging from charming, traditional retreats to sleek, modern resorts. You can unwind with a therapeutic massage in the spa, or sip Champagne cocktails by the pool. Take some time out in your plush suite, then work your way around your hotel’s fine-dining restaurants, trying all kinds of delicious cuisines.

If you’re travelling with little ones, they’ll be taken care of too. In a family-friendly five-star hotel, you can expect action-packed kids’ clubs offering games and crafts, as well as watersports, splash parks and waterslides. Everything’s covered when you opt for a luxury holiday to Singapore.

And the city itself has plenty of lavish experiences to offer. You can charter a yacht around Singapore and its nearby islands, or go on a helicopter ride above the soaring skyscrapers. Browse the designer shops along Orchard Road, and spend a day at one of the beach clubs on Sentosa Island. And, after sunset, you can enjoy pre-dinner cocktails overlooking the marina, before dining in a Michelin-starred restaurants – Singapore has no fewer than 39. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply want to treat yourself, our experts will help you plan every detail of your luxury holiday to Singapore.

Raffles Singapore

Shangri-La Singapore

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Michelin-starred restaurants

Raffles Singapore

Dating back to 1887, Raffles Singapore is undoubtedly the Lion City’s most famous hotel. Ambient and extravagant, this place oozes old-world charm. From the white-suited doormen to the iconic Long Bar – where the Singapore Sling was invented in 1915 – Raffles Singapore has all the hallmarks of a luxury hotel.

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Go for a dip in the scenic outdoor pool, de-stress with a holistic treatment in Raffles Spa, and stroll through the tropical gardens. Sip Champagne in the Writers Bar, which was visited by famous authors like Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling. And, for dinner, you can take your pick from Mediterranean, Chinese and Indian cuisines across the six divine restaurants.
At the end of each day, you can retreat to your beautiful suite. Serviced by butlers, each suite comes with a comfortable four-poster bed, a marble bathroom and a private veranda – the perfect spot for an after-dinner tipple.

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Shangri-La Singapore

Luxury Singapore holidays aren’t just reserved for adults. If you’re travelling with children, but don’t want to miss out on the five-star experience, consider staying at Shangri-La Singapore.

Boasting a central postcode, just a stone’s throw away from the shops of Orchard Road, this gorgeous hotel has a large pool, a therapeutic spa and fantastic facilities for families. Children of all ages can zoom down waterslides in the Splash Zone. Little ones can play in the Cool Zone – where they’ll find arts, crafts and a jungle-themed playroom – while tots will love the soft play and sensory learning area.

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And that’s not all. The restaurants at Shangri-La Singapore serve up a variety of cuisines, including Chinese, Japanese and Italian – and each place has a children’s menu, so even the fussiest little eaters are sure to find something delicious. There’s also a grab ‘n’ go place for snacks and a complimentary family pantry, so you can easily stock up on essentials.

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Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Connected to Singapore by a bridge, Sentosa Island is a hub of sandy beaches and exciting watersports. And it’s also home to five-star hotel Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa. With an endless list of things to do, this beachfront bolt hole combines luxury with activity – making it the perfect choice for travellers who want to keep busy, while experiencing the VIP lifestyle.

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Hop between two pools – where you can also try paddle-boarding – or head to the Sea Sports Centre for watersports lessons. Borrow a kayak and paddle out on to the South China Sea, or take a fitness class on the beach. Children will love the waterslides, games room and age-appropriate kids’ clubs, while adults can relax with a pamper session at CHI Spa.

You’ll have plenty of dining options, too. Feast on Italian favourites, try flavour-filled dishes from Morocco and India, and watch the chefs whip up authentic Singaporean cuisine at the live cooking stations.

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Michelin-starred restaurants

If you can drag yourself away from your hotel’s restaurants, you’ll soon discover Singapore’s incredible dining scene. This place is famous for its delectable street food, with one hawker centre – a casual marketplace – proudly selling the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred dish for just $2.

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But, for a real treat, why not book a table at one of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants? Whatever your tastes, there’s bound to be somewhere that suits you. Singapore boasts a whopping 39 accredited restaurants, two of which – Les Amis and Odette – have been awarded the highest honour of three Michelin stars. And you’ll have a wide range of fare to choose from. Cantonese, French, Italian and Nordic-Japanese cuisines all feature across Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants, while others specialise in sushi, seafood or steak. Wherever you choose, a meal in one of these spectacular places is sure to be a highlight of your luxury Singapore holiday.

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Raffles Singapore

Raffles Singapore

Dating back to 1887, Raffles Singapore is undoubtedly the Lion City’s most famous hotel. Ambient and extravagant, this place oozes old-world charm. From the white-suited doormen to the iconic Long Bar – where the Singapore Sling was invented in 1915 – Raffles Singapore has all the hallmarks of a luxury hotel.

Show More
Show Less

Go for a dip in the scenic outdoor pool, de-stress with a holistic treatment in Raffles Spa, and stroll through the tropical gardens. Sip Champagne in the Writers Bar, which was visited by famous authors like Joseph Conrad and Rudyard Kipling. And, for dinner, you can take your pick from Mediterranean, Chinese and Indian cuisines across the six divine restaurants.
At the end of each day, you can retreat to your beautiful suite. Serviced by butlers, each suite comes with a comfortable four-poster bed, a marble bathroom and a private veranda – the perfect spot for an after-dinner tipple.

Show More
Show Less

Shangri-La Singapore

Shangri-La Singapore

Luxury Singapore holidays aren’t just reserved for adults. If you’re travelling with children, but don’t want to miss out on the five-star experience, consider staying at Shangri-La Singapore.

Boasting a central postcode, just a stone’s throw away from the shops of Orchard Road, this gorgeous hotel has a large pool, a therapeutic spa and fantastic facilities for families. Children of all ages can zoom down waterslides in the Splash Zone. Little ones can play in the Cool Zone – where they’ll find arts, crafts and a jungle-themed playroom – while tots will love the soft play and sensory learning area.

Show More
Show Less

And that’s not all. The restaurants at Shangri-La Singapore serve up a variety of cuisines, including Chinese, Japanese and Italian – and each place has a children’s menu, so even the fussiest little eaters are sure to find something delicious. There’s also a grab ‘n’ go place for snacks and a complimentary family pantry, so you can easily stock up on essentials.

Show More
Show Less

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Connected to Singapore by a bridge, Sentosa Island is a hub of sandy beaches and exciting watersports. And it’s also home to five-star hotel Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa. With an endless list of things to do, this beachfront bolt hole combines luxury with activity – making it the perfect choice for travellers who want to keep busy, while experiencing the VIP lifestyle.

Show More
Show Less

Hop between two pools – where you can also try paddle-boarding – or head to the Sea Sports Centre for watersports lessons. Borrow a kayak and paddle out on to the South China Sea, or take a fitness class on the beach. Children will love the waterslides, games room and age-appropriate kids’ clubs, while adults can relax with a pamper session at CHI Spa.

You’ll have plenty of dining options, too. Feast on Italian favourites, try flavour-filled dishes from Morocco and India, and watch the chefs whip up authentic Singaporean cuisine at the live cooking stations.

Show More
Show Less

Michelin-starred restaurants

Michelin-starred restaurants

If you can drag yourself away from your hotel’s restaurants, you’ll soon discover Singapore’s incredible dining scene. This place is famous for its delectable street food, with one hawker centre – a casual marketplace – proudly selling the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred dish for just $2.

Show More
Show Less

But, for a real treat, why not book a table at one of Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants? Whatever your tastes, there’s bound to be somewhere that suits you. Singapore boasts a whopping 39 accredited restaurants, two of which – Les Amis and Odette – have been awarded the highest honour of three Michelin stars. And you’ll have a wide range of fare to choose from. Cantonese, French, Italian and Nordic-Japanese cuisines all feature across Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants, while others specialise in sushi, seafood or steak. Wherever you choose, a meal in one of these spectacular places is sure to be a highlight of your luxury Singapore holiday.

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