InterContinental Singapore, the only world class hotel in Singapore to preserve Peranakan artistry in a shophouse-style setting, is located next to Bugis Junction shopping complex, Singapore's first glass-covered, air-conditioned shopping street. Descendants of the Chinese traders and local Malay women from as early as the 17th century, the Peranakans blend Chinese art and Malay style harmoniously to create a unique architectural look.Full hotel details
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Via cable car to enjoy a breathtaking view of the port and city.
The Night Safari
The world's first! With over 100 species of animals in their natural night-time environment.
It is best to visit in the morning to avoid the crowds.
The Singapore History Museum
Explores the rich heritage of the people of Singapore through the ages.
Enjoy Local Seafood Specialities
Chilli crab and black pepper crab.
Visit the Flea Market
Held at Clarke Quay every Sunday.
Visit the Night Market
At Bugis Village.
Explore Singapore by MRT
Travelling from east to west / north to south.
Enjoy Alfresco Dining
At the boat quay.
Singapore Art Museum
Located at the old restored 19th-century St Joseph's Institution building on Bras Basah Road.
Escape theme park.
Baboons of Ethiopia exhibit in Singapore Zoo.
Crepes & Cream
Located in Orchard Road where you can enjoy yummy desserts.
Don't Go Home Without..
Eating with your fingers - South Indian cuisine on a banana leaf.
Buying RISIS orchids - 24-carat gold-plated Vanda Miss Joaquim orchids as a unique souvenir (small, light and easy to carry).
We recommend you wear loose and light summer clothing, especially for outdoor activities like bazaar shopping and sightseeing.
Always carry loose or small change if you intend to use public transport.
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