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5 Neighbourhoods You Need to Explore in Singapore -Exploring the diverse neighbourhoods of Singapore!

At every corner, you will be subjected to a brand-new experience when in Singapore! It might be in the form of culture, food, shopping, nature and history. This is partly due to the fact that the city-state has a diverse array of neighbourhoods which offers something to every type of traveller! When in Singapore, do not miss out on these five neighbourhoods!



The Chinatown in Singapore offers a fascinating blend of new and old. It is a haven for all the foodies, history buffs and shoppers. You must start your tour with the Chinatown Heritage Centre where you can witness first-hand all the fascinating information regarding Chinese culture. You will be able to study how the early Chinese migrants used to live in Singapore. Foodies make sure to bring your appetite to the food streets of Chinatown. You will be able to choose from an array of food stalls and vendors. This is why it is mostly recommended to stay close to Chinatown when you are pondering where to stay in Singapore? For instance, you can choose properties like Citadines Rochor Singapore which is only a 10-minute drive away.


Orchard Road

If you are an avid shopper, make sure to take note of Orchard Road which is the ultimate destination for shopping and browsing in Singapore. It is well known for its gleaming malls which attract shoppers also it's high-end boutiques. In fact, it is the most popular shopping street in Asia. You can easily access Orchard Street via any of the 3 MRT stations! Orchard Street is home to many shopping centres and more than 20 shopping malls!


Little India

If you want to see this city-state in a different light, you must visit its vibrant neighbourhood called Little India. This is a popular area and the neighbouring streets make up the heart of the Indian community living here. You can easily find accommodation as well as a delicious array of Indian food here. You can also explore the magnificent temple located in Little India which is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore.


Marina Bay

This vibrant, trendy and bustling neighbourhood never fails to impress anyone. It doesn't matter how long you will end up spending time in this neighbourhood, you can never have enough of it. It is very popular for its noteworthy buildings and the standout will always be the Marina Bay Sands. It is a luxury hotel that is home to the biggest infinity pool in the world. It is also well known for its ArtScience museum and popular among shoppers as a luxury shopping destination.


Sentosa Island

If you're looking for some entertainment, fun and relaxation, then you are just looking for the Sentosa island when in Singapore. This island is located only a 15-minute drive away from the city centre. You can take a quick monorail ride or even a scenic cable car ride to get here. It is in fact referred to as the state of fun as it is home to themed attractions, water parks, golden sandy beaches, spas, golf courses, walking trails and restaurants! What more do you want?

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