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How to Find the Best Singapore Hotels with Venere

Singapore may be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is a bustling trade center with an unbelievable amount to see and do. If you are looking for places to stay in the Lion City, whether it's a big business trip or sightseeing, Venere is here to make finding the right hotel just a couple clicks away! We have partnered with numerous Singapore hotels in order to provide a wide selection of options in different price ranges and areas of the city - and we'll help you find the best fit for your budget. Venere's hotel ratings system, based on reviews by real travelers, lets you get an accurate impression of each location before you go, so that you can make the best choice for your needs. Our listings also come complete with photos and maps of each partner hotel to make it even easier to make an informed decision. With Venere doing the work for you, it's almost impossible to make a bad choice - so be sure to let us help you find accommodations in Singapore for your next trip there!

What's Singapore Like?

A truly unique destination flavored by both local culture and a history of colonial occupation and trade, Singapore is busy, thriving, and highly multicultural. Bras Basah is perhaps the center of historic Singapore. Check out the National Museum of Singapore for a greater understanding of this unique locale, as well as the Peranakan Museum, dedicated to the local artistic tradition. The Kwan Im Temple is also a striking and popular site for locals and visitors alike. Clarke Quay stands as a testament to Singapore's colonial history as a trade port, while also being the center of much of Singapore's shopping and nightlife scene in the present day. The Arts House, formerly Parliament House and the home of government in Singapore, is now an all-in-one venue for theatre, galleries and lectures that is worth seeing whether an event is going on or not. Singapore is more than worth the time it takes to explore thoroughly, and with a little help from Venere's selection of Singapore hotels, you'll be guaranteed to find a comfortable set of accommodations in Singapore for your stay.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Singapore

While Singapore is a major travel and business destination, its multicultural nature can make things a bit tricky for visitors. Mandarin is the most common language amongst Singapore residents and is spoken widely, despite Malay being the official language, but almost everyone speaks English as well. The city is walkable to an extent, but it's best to stick to public transit during the day due to the ever-present heat and humidity - or just stay inside as many of the locals tend to do before the sun goes down. Gambling and Mahjong are popular pastimes here, but be warned that some of the vices that often accompany casino visits in other areas of the world are prohibited in Singapore, and both alcohol and tobacco are restricted and heavily taxed, so be warned! By contrast, the local food culture is rich and diverse, with Malay, Indian, Chinese, and Western influences all mixed together, with Satay, prawn noodles, and chicken rice being particularly notable local favorites. With these tips in mind - and Venere's listings of Singapore hotels on your side as well - you're ready to take on one of the most interesting cities in the world!