Discover various attractions, amenities and experiences with our 4-day guide that includes this year’s Singapore Tourism Award winners and finalists.
1 Andaz Singapore
Nestled in the heart of the city, the luxurious Andaz Singapore has been lauded for both stellar facilities and top-notch service. This 5-star hotel is nearby the heritage district of Kampong Gelam, making it perfect for visitors looking to venture out on a bout of urban exploration.
Besides its convenient location, the establishment also boasts gorgeous views of our cityscape. Whether you’re booked into their sea-view rooms or not, drop by Mr Stork—a stunning rooftop bar with 360-degree views of the sunset from charming teepee-huts.
2 Trails of Tan Ah Huat: Singapore 1920s
Spend your afternoon embarking on a journey into the past, with Singapore 1920s: Trails of Tan Ah Huat.
Bound to enrich and enchant in equal measure, this bicycle tour will deepen your knowledge of Singapore’s past through a fictionalised narrative, woven through storytelling sessions and multimedia slideshows.
As the story unfolds, you’ll get to learn how Singapore’s early pioneers lived and loved, in locales like Kampong Gelam and the Singapore River.
3 Manhattan Bar @ Regent Singapore
With its old-world charm, classy concoctions and sophisticated atmosphere, it’s easy to see how Manhattan Bar clinched second spot at the Asia’s 50 Best Bars list in 2019, as well as being lauded as the Best Bar in Singapore.
As its name suggests, this watering hole pays tribute to New York in the 19th century, channelling that era through its drinks and ambience, exemplified in its grand lounge.
Be sure to snap some shots of the latter for your Instagram, and to expand your appreciation of alcohol by sampling the former. Standouts include the dark chocolate liqueurs with 12-year old single malt whisky and earthenware-aged vermouth.