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Amongst the dizzying colours and sounds of Singapore’s Chinatown, you’ll find an oasis of quiet in monochrome. Hotel Mono is housed in six heritage shophouses and it retains some of the original architectural elements, such as huge Rococo windows and a stunning intricate facade. But there is a twist. Unlike ...
You might not get views of Sydney opera house, or herds of wilderbeast sweeping majestically across the plains, but you do get a good night’s sleep in Singapore’s chic answer to the Japanese pod hotels. Each pod is luxuriously accommodated with a 300 thread-count sateen cotton sheets, fluffy duvet and ...
As a hub of international business and trade, Singapore represents a unique fusion of cultures across Asia. The Parkroyal on Pickering is located at an integral confluence of both business and culture within Singapore which allows guests to experience this diversity while enjoying the spectacular cityscape and exclusive accommodation. The ...
Hostels are not always the grungy and dirty places that people tend to think of when they hear the word hostel. Adler Luxury hostel, located in the heart of historical Chinatown in Singapore has proven the stereotype wrong. About two years ago, the Adler was established and built on the ...
There’s no such thing as too much luxury and pampering, and that’s the spirit of the Resorts World Sentosa. It counts six separate hotels, each with its own theme, as well as 1,500 individual rooms for visitors. For beach lovers the Beach Villas offers a great honeymoon scene. For art-lovers, ...
*Singapore Party Times* Located on a resort island, W Singapore is a hotel for the playful-hearted to wine, dine and have fun. Here you have access to everything on your doorstep: casinos, beaches, restaurants and the massive retail park known as Orchard Road. Your room has sea views, a special ...
These days tourists are looking for a more “authentic” experience. To cater for such types, entrepreneurs are setting up boutique hotels in the grungier and less well-known areas of famous cities. Take the Wanderlust Hotel for instance. It’s located in a converted schoolhouse in Singapore’s Little India district: a hodge-podge ...
It’s called the New Majestic Hotel so no-one forgets that it’s new and majestic. But that would be hard to do given that the lobby has a copper ceiling, white-washed walls and vintage fans. As is usual for modern design hotels, local artists have been allowed to splurge their creative ...
You’ve got business class, world traveler class, first class, premium class; well this must be called super awesome class. Yes, in fact that is what I’m calling it from now on. So take a ride in Singapore Airline’s new ‘Super Awesome Class’. * Let’s start with your leather armchair, it ...
You won't want to go off the deep end of Marina Bay Sands’ infinity pool – it is 57 stories up. This is just one of hundreds of features guests of the world's most expensive hotel can enjoy. Yes, it cost a cool $6.2 billion to build. The infinity pool ...