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Singapore vacation rentals

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Top-rated vacation rentals in Singapore

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Hotel room in Chinatown
Chinatown Studio Premium
Located at the heart of Chinatown, this apartment is a stone's throw away from Chinatown and Telok Ayer MRT which gives you endless things to see, do and eat. Newly renovated and fully furnished, that you can easily identify our apartment from the specially commissioned Heritage mural on the building facade. Great for business and leisure travellers looking for a convenient location! Booking policy: The booking is strictly non-amendable.
$126 per night
Apartment in Novena
NOVENA Serviced Apartment-Premium One bedroom 1
Brand new Licensed Serviced Apartment in Novena is operated by K&C company. 7-8 mins walk to Novena MRT. Executive one bedroom 1 Everything here is brand new. All units come with private bedroom / bathroom / kitchen. No 24 hours onsite staff. Contactless check in after 6pm. Free housekeeping is provided on every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat. Please register passport / NRIC with us when check in.
$155 per night
Apartment in Kallang
Studio Chic (Cozy Serviced Apartment with Wi-Fi)
Our apartment is ideal for couples, business travellers, solo adventurers, digital nomads and corporate clients. This Studio Chic apartment is located in the East side of Singapore near the CBD. Going to the Orchard Road or Clarke Quay is only a few minutes away. Our property allows you to do a pre-arrival check-in and straight to room with our igloohome digital lock.
$155 per night

Singapore apartment rentals

Apartment in Downtown Core
WFH Studio Serviced Apartment near Bras Basah MRT
$134 per night
Apartment in Singapore
City Ctr_RiverValley/GreatWorldCity
$118 per night
Apartment in Downtown Core
Great location. A spacious, well equipped home.
$119 per night
Apartment in Singapore
Studio Suite at Stevens
$130 per night
Apartment in Singapore River
Central 2BR Suite in Clarke quay and Orchard
$352 per night
Apartment in Queenstown
Spacious 1 Bedroom Premier Loft Apt @ Fusionopolis
$280 per night
Apartment in Singapore
Brand new luxury apartment
$130 per night
Apartment in Bukit Merah
COzy Studio Solo only @ Tiong Bahru (walk to SGH)
$111 per night
Apartment in River Valley
NEW Deluxe Cozy 2 BR Apt/WIFI @ City/Somerset Area
$296 per night
Apartment in Chinatown
CS S6 Central Studio with private bath & kitchen!
$78 per night
Apartment in Chinatown
Central 2BR Suite aboveMRT in Chinatown
$352 per night
Apartment in River Valley
NEW-Comfy Studio w WI-FI@ Somerset/Orchard Area
$168 per night

Singapore home rentals

Home in Singapore
Jasmine Suite @ Gardens by the Bay
$444 per night
Home in Little India
Convenient Rare house in the central city
$290 per night
Home in Bishan
Private lift, jacuzzi steam bath, kitchen & train
$74 per night
Home in Singapore River
Pleasant 2 BR in Clarke Quay, 3 mins stroll to MRT
$350 per night
Room in Bukit Timah
Villa's Attic Near NUS &Botanics Garden
$36 per night
Room in East Region
Expat's choice ! En-suites room 3
$54 per night
Room in Woodlands
Executive Master Bedroom for 2 pax
$78 per night
Room in Geylang
Spacious 1+1 Room 2 near MRT in the East
$45 per night
Room in Clementi
Room 1 - Affordable room near the university
$40 per night
Room in Serangoon
Bright and Spacious Double Bedroom
$45 per night
Room in East Region
The Studio Suite
$52 per night
Room in Queenstown
Comfortable Room! 10 Mins Walk to MRT! (D)
$51 per night

Your guide to Singapore

Welcome to Singapore

Viewed as a country, Singapore is tiny — just 281 square miles of islands off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. When you're inside this city state, however, it can feel expansive: a fertile juxtaposition of urban and tropical, where futuristic skyscrapers tower over stands of old-growth forest. This economic powerhouse has been a regional trading post since the 15th century, at least, and a British colony for 144 years. Over the past 500 years, Singapore evolved into one of Asia’s most diverse cities, where the free-flowing cultural exchange among residents of Malay, Indian, Chinese, and Peranakan (Straits Chinese) heritage has created a distinct Singaporean identity.

Your trip can be as urbane or as escapist as you choose. Perhaps you’ll approach the city as a playground, taking the cable car to Sentosa, a beachfront garden of delights south of the main city. Or you’ll spend your afternoons shopping in the swank department stores of Orchard Road and the bustling shops of Chinatown and Little India. Or wake up early to wander through the placidly stunning Singapore Botanic Gardens or the MacRitchie Reservoir, where an elevated path wends through the treetops.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Singapore

Located just north of the equator, Singapore is dependably hot all year long, with daily temperatures fluctuating between the 70s and 90s Fahrenheit. The island’s tropical climate is dependably humid and wet as well — only the intensity of the wetness changes. The northeast monsoon season, from November through January, brings the most and the heaviest rains. During other times of year, expect sunny days interrupted by short-lived rainstorms. Along with your rain gear, pack a few light layers, since Singaporeans embrace the cool comforts of air conditioning.

There is no one best time of year to visit the country. In fact, there are many. Festivals enliven Singapore throughout the year, including Lunar New Year in February or March; Deepavali, or the Indian festival of lights, in October; Hari Raya Puasa, marking the end of Ramadan; and many weeks of Christmas festivities. To these religious celebrations, add cultural events such as the M1 Fringe Festival in January, the International Film Festival in April, and the Great Sale, a shopping extravaganza, in the summer.

Top things to do in Singapore

Hawker Centers

Singaporeans are passionate about their cuisine, which reflects the country’s glorious cultural diversity. While you can find some of Asia’s fanciest restaurants here, you’ll eat majestically at the city's hawker centers — food courts where many vendors have devoted their career to mastering a dish, whether it’s Hainanese chicken rice, laksa (brothy noodles), biryani, chili crab, or grilled satay. When it comes to sheer atmosphere, the Victorian-era Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre competes only with the Chinatown Food Street. You really could spend your entire trip eating. If you want to engage in conversation with a local, ask them which hawker center you should visit next.

Marina Bay

If you’re traveling to Singapore with your family, you’ll find the densest concentration of kid-friendly activities in this upscale neighborhood on the southern coast, including the famed Merlion Statue, the massive Singapore Flyer observation wheel, the ArtScience museum, and Gardens by the Bay, whose architecture is as spectacular as its vast collection of indoor flora (don’t miss the cool, misty Cloud Forest). Stick around after nightfall for the daily light displays.

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

It’s still possible to find pockets of Singapore where you can leave the concrete and steel behind to take in the eternal Singapore — a lush tropical forest on the edge of the Indian Ocean. It will take you an hour from the center of town to reach this 200-acre wetland reserve on the island’s northeast coast, where you can wander along boardwalks through the mangrove swamps or camp out behind an observation blind to admire the monkeys and 160 species of birds who live here.

Destinations to explore