At 707.1 km2 (273.0 sq mi), Singapore is one of three remaining true city-states in the world.
Singapore, the smallest nation in Southeast Asia, is being visited by approximately 13 million tourists and business travellers every year. It provides for more than 100 comfortable hotels.
While staying at a hotel in Singapore, the city’s landmark will surely catch your eye: The Merlion, a mythical half lion, half fish beast conjured up by Singapore's tourism board in the 1970s. It will appear in various forms throughout the city, e.g. at the mouth of the Singapore river, as large statue which spouts water from its mouth.
While staying at a hotel in Singapore, you should visit the city centre and stroll along the Orchard Road on a shopping spree.
Singapore hotel guests will be able to enjoy themselves in the entertainment districts Boat Quay and Clarke Quay with their numerous bars and discotheques. During your stay at a Singapore hotel, you should make sure to see the district Little India with the Masjid Jamae mosque.
Singapore hotel guests who are interested in art should look around the Art Museum. You will receive voluminous information about the city-state’s history in the National Museum.
While staying at a hotel in Singapore, we recommend you to take a trip to Sentosa, one of Singapore’s larger small islands. Singapore hotel guests will be able to see a walk-in aquarium, the orchid garden and the theme park “Volcanoland”.
Singapore’s most distinguished hotel is the “Raffles Hotel“, where the world-famous cocktail “Singapore Sling” was created. You will reach your hotel in Singapore via metro or bus. Please note that Singapore’s busses traverse the city without a distinct time-table and can only be made to stop via hand signal.
Total population: 4,553,009 (2005)
Postal codes: 6-digit codes, different for every building in Singapore