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Concierge Recommendations for a Perfect Day Out in Singapore

Carolina Lee

Carolina Lee at the scarlet hotel

Carolina Lee, Assistant Front Office Manager, The Scarlet Hotel

+65 6511 3311

www.thescarlethotel.com

Best Restaurants

To experience local food, Carolina recommends the following dining destinations: the Maxwell Food Centre, East Coast Lagoon Food Village, Lau Pa Sat and the Newton Food Centre.

The best restaurants include the No Sign Board Seafood venue at The Esplanade, Banana Leaf Apolo at Race Course Road for great Indian cuisine and True Blue Cuisine at Armenian Street for authentic Peranakan food.

Best Shopping

The trendy shopping malls of Singapore showcase the best the city has to offer, which include ION Orchard, Ngee Ann City, Paragon and 313@Somerset. But Carolina suggests offbeat shopping can be enjoyed at smaller venues such as Arab Street, Haji Lane, Holland Village, Chinatown and Little India.

Best to Do

The Night Safari

The world’s first nocturnal zoo with a three-star Michelin rating. Exploring the different trails, visitors are able to see how the animals behave in their natural habitats at night.

Singapore Flyer

The world’s largest observation wheel standing at 165 meters (the height of a 42-storey building), offers one of the best views of Singapore.

Sentosa Island

Singapore’s favorite playground, teeming with events and special programs all year round, including attractions such as Underwater World Singapore, Dolphin Lagoon, Fort Siloso, and many more!

Marina Bay Sands

Offers a worldclass luxury casino, entertainment and high-fashion shopping.

The Merlion

No trip will be complete without a visit to Singapore’s most iconic landmark.

Party People

Enjoy the nightlife at Zouk, Clarke Quay, The Cannery, St James Power Station, Timbre and many more!

Culture Vultures

Enjoy a visit to the Peranankan Museum at Armenian Street, the Asian Civilization Museum at Empress Place, the National Museum of Singapore at Stamford Road, the Chinatown Heritage Centre at Pagoda Street and the Malay Heritage Centre at Sultan Gate.

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