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Newly Reno brand new furniture Room - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Newly Reno brand new furniture Room

Private Room Singapore

3 reviews (3)

USD

52

per night

Spacious and cozy apartment next to MRT - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Spacious and cozy apartment next to MRT

Entire Home Singapore

USD

146

per night

Romantic 3 bedroom @ Jurong West - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Romantic 3 bedroom @ Jurong West

Entire Home Singapore

1 review (1)

USD

198

per night

Common Rm in Luxury Apt 1min to MRT - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

-16%

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Last Minute Deal

Common Rm in Luxury Apt 1min to MRT

Private Room Singapore

66 USD

56

per night

cosy guest room near boonlay MRT station - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

-16%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

cosy guest room near boonlay MRT station

Private Room Singapore

1 review (1)

59 USD

50

per night

cosy guest room near boonlay mrt station - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

cosy guest room near boonlay mrt station

Private Room Singapore

USD

56

per night

Jurong Lakeside @ Executive Masonite - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Jurong Lakeside @ Executive Masonite

Private Room Singapore

USD

17

per night

Luxury 3Bedroom Condo min to  lake & MRT - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Luxury 3Bedroom Condo min to lake & MRT

Entire Home Singapore

USD

206

per night

Brand new room with new furniture - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Brand new room with new furniture

Private Room Singapore

USD

45

per night

Room at Boon Lay Drive near NTU - Jurong West Vacation Rentals

Room at Boon Lay Drive near NTU

Private Room Singapore

USD

25

per night

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Singapore

Jurong West

From polluted colonial port to pristine consumerist hub, Singapore has changed at a dizzying rate over the past century. Scratch the surface of this compact city and it will soon become clear that modern Singapore is a multidimensional, culture-crammed contemporary city.

Perhaps the most striking aspect of Singapore is its fabulously futuristic architecture. There are enough sci-fi-inspired structures – among them the gargantuan three-towered Marina Bay Sands and the petal-shaped ArtScience Museum – to give architecture enthusiasts a cricked neck. For the more traditionally inclined urban wanderer, the well-preserved British colonial buildings, incense-clouded temples and ornamented shophouses will more than suffice.

Rather unexpectedly for such a densely populated urban space, Singapore is one of the greenest cities in the world; nature, albeit in unusual guises, is never far at hand. Trees and parks are plentiful and balance the effect of the abundant concrete and glass. Head for the rainforest of downtown’s Botanic Gardens, hike the Southern Ridges Walk that links three major parks, and marvel at the Gardens by the Bay’s colossal mechanical ‘supertrees’, each of which possesses its own vertical garden. If you’re still hankering for the wild, join day-tripping Singaporeans on the cable car to Sentosa Island, where white sand, cheeky macaques and insect-guzzling plants await.

Food is another highlight. Eating well here is no great challenge, whether you munch on Singapore’s signature dish, chilli crab, or sample the Chinese, Indian or Malaysian-influenced cuisine sold by a bewildering number of vendors at the famous hawker centres. These food stalls are held to high hygiene standards so you can indulge freely without worrying about the dreaded travellers’ tummy.

You could spend months exploring the mass of glittering malls, perusing for trinkets in the cluttered bric-a-brac shophouses of Chinatown and stocking up on potent spices in Little India. Culture-wise, the city presents several excellent options, including the superb National Museum, the Asian Civilizations Museum and the National Gallery Singapore. Meanwhile, families are guaranteed smiles at kid-friendly spots such as the Jurong Bird Park, Sentosa’s S.E.A. Aquarium and the world-class Singapore Zoo, where creatures ranging from sloths to cheetahs can be seen lounging (or racing!) around their spacious digs.

Most incomers to Singapore arrive and leave through the much-eulogized Changi Airport, whose multitude of amenities, including a butterfly garden, cinemas, massage chairs and swimming pool, make it easy for passengers to accept delays with grace. Away from the airport, the subways and buses run very efficiently. And, on the rare occasion that public transport is disrupted, just flag down one of the 30,000 or so registered taxis that service the state. Thanks to stringent regulation, they are very clean and relatively cheap too.

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