The Lion City, the Garden City, and the Red Dot, Singapore is a solitary island city-state in the world. The sunny city of Singapore intermingles the old world and the modern world. Tourists can do and see many things in Singapore. Business and leisure tourists will easily find cheap to luxury hotels in Singapore fitting their budget.
Muslim tourists who love nature, like to study culture, and want to seek excitement in life should visit Singapore. 15% population of Singapore is Muslim; so, Muslims who travel to Singapore will find many Muslim-friendly hotels in Singapore; some providing family-friendly environment to Muslim guests while others providing them great comfort and convenience.
Muslim travellers may benefit from following amenities in any halal-friendly hotel in Singapore:
Nature loving Muslim tourists should visit Singapore Botanic Gardens, a home to beautiful flora and fauna, National Orchid Garden (a valuable garden for plant lovers), and Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden (Asia’s first garden dedicated to children). Art loving halal-friendly travellers can take a tour to National Gallery Singapore and explore modern South-Asian art. Muslim tourists in Singapore should look for best hotels in Singapore, especially near Sultan Mosque (one of the most important Mosques in Singapore) and Masjid Malabar (Golden Dome Mosque).
Leisure Muslim travellers must take a trip to iFly Singapore to enjoy skydiving in a safe and fun environment. Universal Studios Singapore (a theme park with 24 rides) and Underworld Water and Dolphin Lagoon (amazing and an enjoyable place for families) should also be visited by Muslims who succeed in finding accommodation in Singapore near Sentosa.
The Sultan Hotel Singapore is a 4-star boutique hotel located in the centre of Kampong Glam (a neighbourhood in Singapore that was a bustling shopping district in past) that reflects the history of Kampong Glam with its architecture. The Sultan Hotel may interest tourists interested in the history of Singapore.
Singaporean food is a blend of Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Western Influences. Seven famous dishes of Singapore are: Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chilli Crab, Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Barbecued Stingray, Fish Head Curry, and Satay. Healthy Singaporean food is served in streets, restaurants and top hotels in Singapore. Badoque, I am Cafe and The Lab SG are some of the best halal cafes in Singapore. Halal restaurants in Singapore serve a wide variety of halal foods.
Airports nearby Singapore for public are Changi Airport Singapore and Seletar Airport. Visitors to Singapore can get to the city from Changi Airport through a westbound train (accessible by foot from terminal 2 and 3 at Tanah Merah Station), a public bus 36/36A that keep arriving from 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. at the basement bus bays of terminals 1 to 3, taxi (available at taxi stands at each terminal and costs between $20 to $40), and Limousine & Large Taxis to accommodate larger groups (that can be hired from 24-hour Ground Transport Desks at the Arrival Halls). Seletar Airport is managed by Changi Airport Group today.
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