Singapore hotels are one of the best hotels you can find in Asia. They are products of ingenuity and art combining Asian and European backgrounds.
Carlton City Hotel Singapore
Carlton City Hotel Singapore is your smart choice for your business and leisure travel. This hotel is conveniently located nearby Chinatown and the central business district of Singapore. It is only 20 kilometers from the airport and close to Tanjong Pagar MRT station where you can start your city exploration. From this hotel, go and see the popular attractions, such as the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay, and Vivocity Shopping Mall, among many places.
Carlton City Hotel Singapore has 386 fantastic rooms comple with amenities such as satellite/cable TV, free Wi-Fi, a mini bar, and more. Outside your comfortable room, you will enjoy its recreational offers including fitness center, swimming pool, coffee shop, bar, restaurant, among others.
Additionally, you can avail more services and conveniences including daily housekeeping, luggage storage, safety deposit box, laundry service, currency exchange, facilities for handicapped, etc. If you have small kids, a babysitting service is also available. And more, a taxi service, car park and airport transfer are also available for your convenience.
Singapore Hotels & Travels
Singapore Brief Introduction
Singapore is considered one of the "Asian Tigers" by economy experts. It is officially called the Republic of Singapore and a modern city-state and island country.
It is one of the top countries with AAA rating from all credit agencies; the world's major commercial hubs, the fourth largest financial centre. Around 5.5 million people live in this only small island country.
Singapore is a modern city-state located in the Southeast Asia at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The rootword for Singapore derives from the Malay word ‘Singapore’ which literally means “Lion City” (sinha – Lion, pura – city).
Singapore was once called Temasek for ‘Sea Town’ in Malayan language, which was an outpost of the Sumatran Srivijaya empire and the earliest settlement on Singapore. The settlement was destroyed by the Portuguese in the 1613 but was developed again when the British signed and treaty and occupied the area.
Singapore gained national independence in 1965, co-founded the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations but remained a commonwealth. One of the most popular leaders of Singapore was Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who emphasized the nation’s rapid economic growth, business entrepreneurship and other business and economic machineries making Singapore one of the most developed countries not only in Asia but in the whole world.
Tourism Destinations and Attractions
Singapore’s source of economy is not only through business but also based on tourism. The country is able to make use of its limited space by reclaiming deserted islands and areas and established structures and spaces for local visitors and foreign travelers.
Around 10 percent of its land has been set for parks and natural reservation areas. It has emphasized a green environment by linking nature reserved, parks, natural channels and roads lined with trees. Due to the government’s strong efforts for green environment, Singapore ranks 4th in the Environment Performance Index in 2014.
Being considered the “gateway between the East and West”, you can enjoy Singapore’s various arts and cultural, recreation, sports and other offers. For example you can find…
Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
Annual Singapore Arts Festival
Recreation/Sports: sailing, kayaking, water skiing, scuba diving, basketball, Formula One championship, ballet, etc.
Marina Bay and the spectacular Gardens by the Bay
Explore China Town and Maxwell Food Centre
Orchard Road shopping area
Singapore's Arab Quarter - Masjid Sultan Mosque
Singapore's Annual Food Fests
World Gourmet Summit
Have fun exploring the City of Lions. Hope you will find the best hotel in this city.
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