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Vacation rentals in Singapore

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Singapore

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Modern Masterbedroom+Private bathroom: Good for 3
Private room · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 private bath

Modern Masterbedroom+Private bathroom: Good for 3Artsy and cosy home to lounge or wfh in. Right next to west coast plaza and Clementi woods. 2 beds available: queen and single. Parties of 3 allowed. MAX 3 Please message me your ideal check in time, especially if before 1pm

8 mins walk to Paya Lebar MRT, near T. Katong Rd
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths

8 mins walk to Paya Lebar MRT, near T. Katong RdSeamless check in, quiet neighbours and good privacy in the apartment. Free parking on visitors' parking lots Short 5-8 mins walk to the Train station and paya lebar square mall and PLQ. Guests are mostly couples looking for staycation, professionals on an overseas trip, tourists, those accompanying family member on medical appointments, layovers while transiting to another country.

Jo's Place Sentosa, Boat Stay relocated to Punggol
Boat · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Jo's Place Sentosa, Boat Stay relocated to PunggolJo's Place Sentosa is relocated at Punggol, it offers a unique and romantic experience for 2 adults to stay on the water amongst the waves. Lying down on e sun deck star glazing and enjoying the sea breeze or chilling at the cockpit is priceless. Have Chinese dining, cafe pizza and pubs with entertainment. For the conservative and kids there is fishing, prawning. The more adventurous can wakeboard or cycle to. Punggol settlement, the promenade or Punggol park. Safety reasons no pets or cooking

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Popular amenities for Singapore vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Sea View Studio @ Shenton
G$22,039 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
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Studio Queen near Outram Park and Sentosa (10)
G$12,226 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
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Cozy Studio Queen (3) Near Sentosa
G$13,134 per night
  1. Private room
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Cosy room for 2
G$7,604 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
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Green Luxury Home @ Orchard Road, Terrace 2BR
G$38,479 per night
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Tiny House @ 81 Ayer Rajah Crescent
G$26,005 per night
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Great location. A spacious, well equipped home.
G$18,733 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
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Boat Quay Studio Premium Apartment with River View
G$16,683 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
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[E] 5BR Free Parking & Wifi, CBD Fringe
G$30,083 per night
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Sweet Elegant Boat Home @ Marina Waterfront
G$28,341 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
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Studio King at Outram Park, near to Sentosa (3)
G$12,672 per night
  1. Private room
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G$13,443 per night

Top-rated things to do in Singapore

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  • Improvised Stories of the World Concert
    What if your life story can be told through music? Be it a poem, a photo, a letter or a short note, I will turn your personal story, a moment in your life into an original piece and combine the stories of all the participants into one soundtrack / film score. In these challenging times, let us discover life again through connection, sharing our memories, life experiences and journeys in this intimate, moving online music performance. May we find beauty, joy, hope and new inspiration. Music is both a mirror and also a window. Let us take a glance back, so that we can look forward. Tomorrow's journey is often inspired by yesterday's dreams, realized today. - Great for Team-building - Great for couples / families / group of friends celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions etc. (contact me for discounted rates) - Contact me for a new date Details: Every participant will be able to submit his/her story, a moment in their life before hand, and inform if they are attending this experience with their partner/love one(s)a. The participant also has the choice of either experiencing the music story of his / her life anonymously, or announced during the online concert. I will also share in between pieces, about how I compose, creating music in general, drawing inspiration from nature, science / tech, contemporary art, film Other things to note This experience is best enjoyed using headphones / earphones / good speakers.
    From Price:G$7,714 / person
  • Beyond the Magic
    Announcement: New slots available now! If you would like to book a specific date and time not listed, or have a big group, please contact me or request for a slot. Looking for a creepy alternative Magic experience? New show "Shadows in the dark" is out here: Note: This experience is priced by per person. Children under 2 can watch for free. Parents are encouraged to accompany their kids for a good family bonding time! In this online experience, you will get to listen to my stories, take a look at some strange props that I have collected from my tours and travels, and watch a close-up magic show in the comfort of your own homes. Grab some snacks and drinks, sit back and relax as I share with you my magic journey - what got me interested into becoming a professional magician - through my magic. Unlike watching magic tricks on YouTube or TikTok, this online magic show experience is completely personal and interactive as you get to participate in the magic. I will even teach you a trick or two that you can perform for your friends! If you’re thinking of booking a slot, do consider inviting your friends and family members so that you can catch the show together from different places. This show is perfect for team building, offsites and private parties too!
    From Price:G$5,400 / person
  • Cocktail Cabinet aka Mix it like a Pro
    Do you have a home bar stocked up with spirits and wonder how else to enjoy them rather than classic spirit & mixer or classic versions of cocktails. This "how to" cocktail experience is perfect for couples, singles and or groups that like to gather together. Great team-building experience, while you are looking to reconnect with colleagues or spiced up the end of the work week. Are you ready to learn tips and tricks used by the professional bartenders and create your now signature cocktails from the comfort of your home? Since everyone has different ingredients at home you can indulge yourself into multiple recipes. Other things to note Computer, Tablet and Phone
    From Price:G$4,937 / person
  • Explore Crazy and Rich Singapore
    *Singapore‘s #1 Best-Selling Online Experience* Featured on the New York Times and rated 5 stars by companies like Google, Linkedin, Amazon and many more! Great for private gatherings, date night, families and corporate team off-site. This tour is completely customisable to your needs, just ask! In this interactive adventure filled with chats, quizzes, stories, we will go on the footsteps of the Crazy Rich Asians! This fun-filled trail is tailored to both movie fans and those looking to explore Singapore. Even if you have not watched the movie and are just curious about the city, you will learn some secrets and untangle real life vs reel life to see how the some of the film sites really look like! Discover both famous places of interests, off the beaten neighbourhoods and get up close and personal to the sites, smells, taste, and sounds to the food culture of Singapore ;) Some of the hot gossips we will explore... - Which scenes were really shot in Singapore (and which ones were not)? - Do people in Singapore really live like that? - A deleted scene in which an iconic "must-eat" dish did not make it to the final cut of the movie + If the scheduled date/time don't work, reach out and check for availability.
    From Price:G$2,932 / person
  • Boring Indian Curry Workshop
    We'll cook a delicious Indian Curry together & I will show you how to build layers of flavour with every ingredient you throw into a pot. We will also make a delicately spiced rice dish to accompany the curry. Vegetarian & vegan options are available & by the end of the workshop, you would have prepared an amazing meal in your kitchen with guidance from me every step of the way! My menu changes often & features a different spectacular Indian curry every few weeks. THIS WEEK: a mellow, coastal style coconut based curry SOUTH-INDIAN CHICKEN / VEG KORMA with CASHEW PULAO Once you book, you will receive a list of ingredients to prep. The agenda is simple - we chat for a bit, get to know one another & then start cooking. My style is laid-back & folks are free to ask questions & interact as we cook. After cooking, I will also show you how to plate up & shoot that perfect photo for your Instagram / Facebook / Tinder profile. A fun way to spend a birthday / anniversary / special occasion! This is an excellent team building activity, perfect for corporate team bonding - Looking for a date / time slot that isn’t listed? - Is your group larger than the default listing? - Want to set up a private session? - Wondering if penguins have knees? Send me a message! NOTES - Pricing is per person - Instagram @madonionslicer - Get your ingredients ready before the class & we're good to go!
    From Price:G$5,400 / person

Your guide to Singapore

Welcome to Singapore

Viewed as a country, Singapore is tiny — just 281 square miles of islands off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. When you're inside this city state, however, it can feel expansive: a fertile juxtaposition of urban and tropical, where futuristic skyscrapers tower over stands of old-growth forest. This economic powerhouse has been a regional trading post since the 15th century, at least, and a British colony for 144 years. Over the past 500 years, Singapore evolved into one of Asia’s most diverse cities, where the free-flowing cultural exchange among residents of Malay, Indian, Chinese, and Peranakan (Straits Chinese) heritage has created a distinct Singaporean identity.

Your trip can be as urbane or as escapist as you choose. Perhaps you’ll approach the city as a playground, taking the cable car to Sentosa, a beachfront garden of delights south of the main city. Or you’ll spend your afternoons shopping in the swank department stores of Orchard Road and the bustling shops of Chinatown and Little India. Or wake up early to wander through the placidly stunning Singapore Botanic Gardens or the MacRitchie Reservoir, where an elevated path wends through the treetops.

How do I get around Singapore?

Unless you’re arriving overland from Malaysia, your port of entry to Singapore will be Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), located on the eastern end of the island. You can find all manner of ground transportation options there — airport shuttles, taxis, trains, rideshares, and buses. You can also rent a car at the airport for your Singapore stay, though given the traffic, the easiest way to get around town is on the clean, efficient MRT subway, whose lines extend across the island. Singapore is one of the most accessible spots in Asia, and people using wheelchairs will find elevators in all the subways and well-paved sidewalks with curb cuts. If you’re a heat-tolerant exerciser, you can rent a bike to explore certain neighborhoods; some areas still have cobbled streets. Taxis and rideshares are plentiful and inexpensive.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Singapore?

Located just north of the equator, Singapore is dependably hot all year long, with daily temperatures fluctuating between the 70s and 90s Fahrenheit. The island’s tropical climate is dependably humid and wet as well — only the intensity of the wetness changes. The northeast monsoon season, from November through January, brings the most and the heaviest rains. During other times of year, expect sunny days interrupted by short-lived rainstorms. Along with your rain gear, pack a few light layers, since Singaporeans embrace the cool comforts of air conditioning.

There is no one best time of year to visit the country. In fact, there are many. Festivals enliven Singapore throughout the year, including Lunar New Year in February or March; Deepavali, or the Indian festival of lights, in October; Hari Raya Puasa, marking the end of Ramadan; and many weeks of Christmas festivities. To these religious celebrations, add cultural events such as the M1 Fringe Festival in January, the International Film Festival in April, and the Great Sale, a shopping extravaganza, in the summer.

What are the top things to do in Singapore?

Hawker Centers

Singaporeans are passionate about their cuisine, which reflects the country’s glorious cultural diversity. While you can find some of Asia’s fanciest restaurants here, you’ll eat majestically at the city's hawker centers — food courts where many vendors have devoted their career to mastering a dish, whether it’s Hainanese chicken rice, laksa (brothy noodles), biryani, chili crab, or grilled satay. When it comes to sheer atmosphere, the Victorian-era Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre competes only with the Chinatown Food Street. You really could spend your entire trip eating. If you want to engage in conversation with a local, ask them which hawker center you should visit next.

Marina Bay

If you’re traveling to Singapore with your family, you’ll find the densest concentration of kid-friendly activities in this upscale neighborhood on the southern coast, including the famed Merlion Statue, the massive Singapore Flyer observation wheel, the ArtScience museum, and Gardens by the Bay, whose architecture is as spectacular as its vast collection of indoor flora (don’t miss the cool, misty Cloud Forest). Stick around after nightfall for the daily light displays.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

It’s still possible to find pockets of Singapore where you can leave the concrete and steel behind to take in the eternal Singapore — a lush tropical forest on the edge of the Indian Ocean. It will take you an hour from the center of town to reach this 200-acre wetland reserve on the island’s northeast coast, where you can wander along boardwalks through the mangrove swamps or camp out behind an observation blind to admire the monkeys and 160 species of birds who live here.