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Price and Availability Index in Singapore
Holiday Letting Price Information in Singapore
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Singapore. The most expensive dates to travel to Singapore are in November (17/11 - 24/11). On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of February (02/02 - 09/02) as the average price is only $157 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Singapore
This graph shows the holiday letting availability rate for the next twelve months. In November (17/11 - 24/11), only 66 are available. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (02/11 - 09/11).
Singapore - the futuristic city state with modern holiday lettings
Singapore is an ultra-modern city-state. Old and new worlds collide with a multicultural population, rich history and state-of-the-art technology and infrastructures. The city is not only a strong economic hub but also a vibrant hotspot for buzzing nightlife, delicious local cuisine, endless entertainment venues and futuristic attractions that line the panoramic waterfront. Whether you prefer to explore trendy bars or immerse yourself in tropical gardens, Singapore has something for everyone.
Go on a culinary journey through Singapore's street food
Being a port island country, Singapore has received plenty of cultural influences over the centuries which are reflected in its cuisine. One will argue that “Singapore specialties” are a local adaptation of Chinese, Malay, Indonesian and Indian cuisines, however, the local culinary scene is even more rich and diverse. Some of the most popular dishes can be bought in street stalls or night markets for just a few dollars.
Head to Chinatown to taste some of the best bak kut teh, a tea-like pork rib soup with spices. This dish was originally believed to be offered from a poor restaurant keeper to a beggar using the leftover of pork and mixing in boiling water with spices, and centuries later this dish is one of the most popular in the country.
Malay-influenced cuisine mostly involves soup-based dishes like Mee Soto (noodle soup) or the famous Malay/Indonesian Soto Ayam (chicken soup). These simple but delicious dishes haven't changed over generations. Do not leave the city without tasting the delicious Laksa, a thick rice noodle soup in spicy coconut gravy. If you are sensitive to spices, make sure to mention it upon ordering.
Discover Singapore's history at the museum
The ArtScience Museum is in Marina Bay, in the iconic flower-shaped building at the feet of the Marina Bay Sands hotel. The museum is home to 21 permanent and temporary exhibitions. The permanent exhibitions include an impressive display of Tang Dynasty treasures and a full hall dedicated to the history of the Silk Road, a trade route which has shaped the world and developed relations between the East and West.
The museum is also home to temporary exhibitions with light shows and interactive screens where visitors can see their own drawings come to life as they are projected on the walls of the museum.
To discover more about the history of the country, visit the National Museum of Singapore and its collection of artefacts from the 14th century. The museum is famous for its permanent gallery space at the newest glass dome building and its movie projections onto the glass walls.
A buzzing nightlife
The city offers plenty of options for nightlife lovers. For a traditional evening, you can head to one of the numerous restaurants in Little India and enjoy the busy streets with Bollywood music and the smell of spices. Be ready to dine like a local, using your fingers to taste some delicious thali, dosai or naan accompanied with gravy.
For a refined evening, visit one of the various fine dining restaurants such as the Club 55 at Marina Bay Sands, with its free-flow cheese and chocolate buffet. The club offers unrivalled views to the Bayfront and the Garden by the Bay from the 55th floor of the famous Marina Bay hotel.
The pedestrian waterfront walk Clarke Quay comes to life at night with various street exhibitions and markets throughout the year. The quay was formerly home to merchants’ warehouses which have been restored into colourful bars and nightclubs. The design of the walk has been praised for its uniqueness and is covered by a giant umbrella which protects the streets from the rain and the sun.
The beautiful Garden by the Bay fuses nature and state-of-the-art technology
The World Economic Forum has elected Singapore the most ‘technology-ready’ nation and one of the 'world’s smartest cities'. Therefore it comes as no surprise that the city engages futuristic projects such as the Garden by the Bay.
This central 100ha. garden aims to enhance the greenery and raise the quality of life in the city. The garden is free to access and visitors can admire the Supertree Grove, a complex of 12 metal tree-shaped structuress home to exotic plants and vines.
The Supertrees are 100% eco-friendly and equipped with photovoltaic cells collecting solar energy to power the evening light and music shows. Visitors can walk the OCBC Skyway on a suspended bridge 50m above the gardens linking the central trees, offering stunning views of the surrounding plant life.
The garden is also famous for its two conservatory domes. The flower dome is home to seven gardens and hundreds of different plant species. The cloud forest dome is an impressive tropical dome which recreates tropical moist conditions, waterfalls and is home to hundreds of protected plants in seven themed levels.
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