One of the world’s most multicultural cities, Singapore is always celebrating something. This modern and vibrant city is the perfect location for your city honeymoon with a wide-range of luxury hotels and world-class shopping where you will experience the finer things in life.
Accommodation in Singapore can be pricey, but we can promise it’s well worth it with the type of luxury you will experience. We love the Mandarin Oriental for your Singapore honeymoon or if you are looking for a classic Singapore experience, the Marina Bay Sands is simply unforgettable with their 55th floor sky pool that overlooks Singapore.
During your Singapore honeymoon, head to Orchard Road for your retail fix, home to names like Louis Vuitton, Chanel and other world-famous labels. Singapore’s answer to the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer is a site not to be missed as this 165-metre high wheel offers an interesting view of Singapore. Our tip: head there at dusk for the best view of the softly lit skyscrapers.
Orchard Road was once the place to stay and visit in Singapore where everything was happening, but in recent years all the action and 5-star hotels have moved to the new Marina Bay area where you can find evening entertainment, a range of restaurants and hotels and even fireworks over the Marina Bay Sands.
What is the currency in Singapore?
Singapore Dollar ($)
How long does it take to fly to Singapore?
It takes 13 hours from London to fly to Singapore.
What is the time difference in Singapore?
When is the best time to visit Singapore?
Singapore is well-known for its year-round warm and humid weather where the temperature generally ranges from 24C to 31C. From November to January, the cooler weather sets in with the onset of the wet monsoon season during which it is a good idea to take an umbrella when you head out for the day. Singapore hosts the world’s only Formula 1 night race in September and hotel prices are hiked up and last-minute availability is hard to find.
Things to remember in Singapore…
Chewing gum is banned in Singapore, you can still chew it but be very careful to dispose of it properly or you could face a fine. Smoking is banned in restaurants, cinemas and all indoor public spaces.
Visit the Singapore Tourist Board website for more information.