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    Discover Singapore's Hidden Gems

    Image: Adina Serviced Apartments Singapore Orchard

    SINGAPORE: Stepping ashore onto the sunny, tropical island of Singapore brings you to a modern and vibrant city that offers its visitors food, fun and culture. While Singapore used to be considered a ‘stopover’ for travellers on the way to its larger Asian neighbours, this is no longer true as the country is now a highly desirable vacation spot. 

    A Shopper’s Paradise

    When it comes to shopping, Singapore’s famous shopping district at Orchard Road boasts a diverse selection of luxury, lifestyle and fashion stores that offers the perfect dose of retail therapy. Discover and support some of the locally established brands at Ngee Ann City and 313@Somerset in the heart of Orchard Road.

    Singapore's Scenic Views

    Take a stroll around one of Singapore’s historical hilltop landmarks at Fort Canning Park.  The hill once hosted the palaces of 14th century kings and was also the headquarters of a secret World War II Command Centre. Round up your visit at the popular Instagram-worthy spot at the underground tunnel with a spiral staircase for the ultimate travel memento.

    Gardens by the Bay - a popular horticultural attraction -  is the spot to enjoy nature and greenery among tourists and locals alike. Explore seasonal flower displays at the flower dome, and head to the Supertrees at night for Garden Rhapsody - a whimsical light and sound show that is sure to impress.

    Insider Tip: Chill out after a day of shopping in front of the Marina Bay Sands, where you can sit and enjoy equally beautiful day and night city views. And if you're in it for the gram, why not snap a fun picture nearby at one of Singapore’s iconic monuments, the Merlion statue.

    Arts and Culture Galore

    Explore Singapore’s oldest museum - the National Museum of Singapore - which showcases fresh perspectives of Singapore history through creative storytelling in its many galleries. The museum also hosts seasonal installations throughout the year, so be sure to keep updated with the events program on their website. 

    If you love your art then the National Gallery of Singapore, located in the heart of the Civic District, is the place for you. The Gallery exhibits an impression public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian modern art. 

    Or, for a touch of culture, the Asian Civilisations Museum focuses on exploring the rich artistic heritage of Asia and historic connections between cultures and civilisations in Asia and the World. 

    Feast and Indulge

    A visit to Singapore is not complete unless you take your taste buds on the journey. If you are craving for Asian delights, head to Pi Food located just opposite Dhoby Ghaut MRT station where you can feast on authentic Hong Kong-style food that you can normally find in Hong Kong’s traditional cafes (also known as ‘Cha Chaan Teng’).

    Or, for a taste of home, enjoy a hearty Australian-style brunch at Sarnies, which also serves aromatic, freshly roasted coffee that is guaranteed to satisfy a coffee fix. Their expansive menu ranging from sweet, savoury and even vegetarian options would satisfy any tastebud. 

    Dessert is a great way to finish off a meal and in Singapore it's an absolute must-do. Our top tip is to head to L'éclair Pâtisserie for delectable eclairs that come in a variety of delicious flavours. Or, if you are feeling indulgent, try out their High Tea Degustation menu with sweet and savoury pastries. 

    Stay and Play

    Singapore deserves to be savoured and explored at your own pace. A six night stay at the newly opened Adina Singapore Orchard Serviced Apartments allows you to do just that, providing unrivalled accessibility to world class dining and retail options. The hotel is superbly located, just a few minutes from both Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations.

    When you stay, you'll enjoy exclusive discounts with the hotel's dining and retail partners, simply flash your Adina key card when you stay. Or, if you prefer to discover Singapore by bicycle, our hotel team has curated a route past Fort Canning Park, Clarke Quay, the Marina Bay Promontory and scenic city sights like the iconic Singapore River, Helix Bridge, Merlion and the Esplanade. 

    You'll be greeted with a well-stocked apartment with groceries from our gourmet retail partner, Ryan’s Grocery when you check in. With a minimum six-night stay, there will be plenty of time to feel at home and stretch out and soak it all in.