The island nation of Singapore is one of the hottest travel destinations in the world right now. It’s for good reason, too. Singapore offers the best of pretty much everything that travelers are looking for. You can find amazing food on every block, not to mention incredible cocktails. Singapore also offers what is arguably the best shopping experience on the planet. Plus, the city is incredibly clean and safe. If you’re considering putting Singapore on your list of travel spots to visit, here are our recommendations on where to stay, where to eat, and what to do.
Where To Stay
The Warehouse Hotel
The Warehouse Hotel gets our top pick for hotels simply because it looks awesome. If you’re into steampunk or have even the slightest attraction to industrial-inspired design, you simply must check out this hotel. Aside from looking cool, The Warehouse Hotel also offers incredible views and the modern amenities you’d expect from a world-class hotel, including a great onsite restaurant and rooftop pool.
Where To Eat
Like many of our spotlight destinations, choosing the best place to eat and drink in Singapore is no easy task. There are more restaurants and bars in Singapore than you could possibly visit in a single trip (or a dozen, for that matter). When you have a field as robust as that, it becomes a matter of experience, and one of the best drinking experiences you could ever have comes by way of Atlas. This venue boasts 45-foot tall ceilings and the world’s largest gin collection. Like our hotel recommendation, this gin joint will have you snapping countless photos of your surroundings. Aside from the amazing setting, you can rest assured that the cocktails are top-notch, too. It’s not all about the drinking, though. You can also get a great meal.
What To Do
We mentioned earlier that Singapore is one of the top shopping destinations in the world, so it shouldn’t surprise you that our top activity when visiting the island nation is shopping. For that, you can’t do much better than Haji Lane. This narrow street might not be wide, but it’s packed with tons of boutique shops, restaurants, tattoo parlors, and more. Give yourself the whole day to explore this part of Singapore.