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Very much a twenty first century cosmopolitan city which combines the East with echoes of its colonial past. Modern skyscrapers sit alongside the oh so traditional English Cricket Club whilst trishaws share the roads with the biggest and best of Western motor engineering and Little India, Chinatown and Bugis Street offer a peek into a different world.
Named after Sir Stamford Raffles, founder of Singapore, Raffles has been a haunt of adventurers, movie stars, authors and journalists. Raffles Singapore is an iconic landmark, and no visit to Singapore is complete without a visit to the Grand Dame. As many people travelled the world, Raffles Singapore became one of the rites of passage of world travellers and "see you at Raffles" soon became a signature parting shot.More details and photo gallery
Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore offers a prime location, tropical gardens and the legendary Shangri-La hospitality. Perfectly located near to the renowned Orchard Road shopping district, you have Singapore at your fingertips and accommodating luxury in your palms.More details and photo gallery