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HABOURFRONT MRT STATION

The nearest MRT station from Bay Hotel Singapore and an interchange of two different train lines, the North-East Line and Circle Line, bringing you the convenience of travelling around Singapore!

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MOUNT FABER

Trek up to the Faber Peak and surround yourselves in green vistas for a spectacular view of the cityscape. It is also the one and only cable port, taking you from mainland Singapore to Sentosa Island.

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ST JAMES POWERHOUSE

Singapore’s largest one-stop entertainment hub housed in the country’s first coal-fired power station.

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VIVOCITY
Open from 10am to 10pm daily

Retail therapy, dining or leisure entertainments for both young and old can be found in the largest shopping mall in Singapore! Dine al fresco at the Promenade overlooking the panoramic view or head up to the Sky Park for some exciting rooftop water features and rooftop amphitheater showcasing the arts and culture of Singapore.

5 Mins

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HABOURFRONT CENTRE (Cruise port)

Connected to Vivocity, this mall also serves as a cruise port for travellers boarding the cruises out from Singapore.

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SENTOSA

Spread over 500 hectares, Sentosa is home to Resort World Sentosa casino, Universal Studios Singapore, I-Fly indoor sky diving, Wavehouse rushing wave as well as world-class beach clubs like Tanjong Beach Club.

10 Mins

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TANJONG PAGAR
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Fan of Korean food? Head down to Tanjong Pagar Road, the bustling stretch filled with different varieties of Korean restaurants & bars for you to choose from. With popular items such as Korean Fried Chicken and Beer, Korean BBQ, Soju Bombs and Watermelon Soju.

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CHINATOWN & CLUB STREET

Chinatown is a bustling mix of traditional and new with culture-rich Chinese shops and night markets whilst Club Street is the hip doppelgänger that houses a myriad of trendy bars and restaurants.

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CLARKE QUAY

Set in the heart of the Singapore River, Clarke Quay offers an enticing variety of dining and entertainment hotspots in former warehouses that point to Singapore’s past in the l’entrepôt trade. As well as a shout out to thrill seekers in trying out the Reverse G-max bungee not to be missed!

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RAFFLES PLACE

Often known as the Central Business District (CBD), features some of the tallest buildings and landmarks of the country. A busy work nest in the day, when night comes, you may want to visit one of the posh bars like 1-Altitude overseeing the magnificent skyline of Singapore.

15 Mins

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MARINA BAY SAND

The world’s most expensive standalone casino property developed by Las Vegas Sand, featuring various must visit attractions such as the Sands SkyPark overseeing the city skyline, one-of-a-kind Louis Vuitton Island Mansion offering a unique and sophisticated experience for shoppers, ArtScience Museum as well as Gardens by the Bay!

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GARDENS BY THE BAY

The multi-award winning horticultural destination features stunning Super-trees and boasts a Flower Dome that replicates cool-dry climates and houses plants from around the world.

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ORCHARD ROAD

A whole host of new-to-market brands, multibrand stores, luxury labels and high street brands are at your disposal, stretching across 3 MRT stations and running close to 3 kilometers.

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LITTLE INDIA

A buzzing historic enclave that excites your senses with the culture and tradition of Singapore’s Indian community, from spicy flavours to glittery gold and vibrant silk, complete with the
24-hour Mustafa Centre that sells virtually anything you could ask for!

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KAMPONG GLAM & HAJI LANE

Kampong Glam reveals Singapore’s Muslim core which draws ethnic Malays to its Sultan Mosque. Haji Lane is a rebirth of the old, with vibrant cafes juxtaposed by chichi cocktail bars, multibrand stores and off-the-norm design of clothing and accessories!

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HAW PAR VILLA

A renowned Singaporean theme attraction with over 1,000 statues and 150 dioramas inspired by Chinese folklore, history and mythology.