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Exploring Orchard Road

Orchard Road is lined with back-to-back shopping malls, each bigger and more bustling than the next. Designer clothes, electronics, make up, books and vintage stores are all found here, contained in futuristic structures along with a few older style malls. Singapore’s biggest highlights – its shopping and dining – are found in abundance here, and everything is extremely convenient to get to.

Accommodation near Orchard Road

In the cosmopolitan Singapore you will find an array of accommodation options depending on which area you decide to stay in. Options vary from well-known luxury hotel brands, to beach resorts to other budget options. Recommended accommodation include the Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore and Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore.

Sightseeing near Orchard Road

Shopping is the name of the game in this area. Head over to Paragon Shopping Centre or the Ngee Ann City for some retail therapy. However, if you are wandering along Orchard Road and looking for something to do other than shopping then never fear, there is plenty to do here. These days malls aren’t just focused on shopping, they have plenty of entertainment too: cinemas, bowling alleys, a flight simulator and even a huge climbing wall. For something a bit more cultural the area around Orchard Road also delivers, with the National Museum of Singapore, the Singapore Art Museum and Istana, the old governor’s mansion.

Transportation near Orchard Road

Singapore’s Changi Airport is a global hub, and one of the busiest in the world, so getting here is easy. The airport is located about 30 minutes east of downtown Singapore, and is very well connected by public transport and taxis. One of the most convenient ways of getting around the city is on the MRT light rail system, which will shuttle you around the key districts. Singapore is also a popular cruise port, with many liners docking in the vast Marina Bay terminal.

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