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SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE BY LUX NOMADE: WHERE TO EAT, STAY AND GET PAMPERED

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SINGAPORE Travel Guide by Lux Nomade: where to eat, stay and get pampered.

SINGAPORE Travel Guide by Lux Nomade is your guide to the best hotels, restaurants, and spas!

Singapore is a city in constant progress. As one cab driver explains “in Singapore, we always look for new projects, new things to develop, we are like ants, we never stop”. The Jewel at Changi Airport, Gardens by the Bay and the new extended Santosa Island (currently in progress) might be a result of the Singaporeans eagerness to build, develop and create.

WHERE TO EAT IN SINGAPORE?

Singapore has recently been ranked as the best city in the world for street food in 2019. This probably doesn’t come as a surprise if you’ve ever been here before and been lucky to visit the many hawkers around the city. Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Western food, they have it all! And quite unique for a comparatively expensive city, a Laksa, Mee Goreng or Wonton soup won’t set you back more than S$5.

Our current favourite restaurants are Jam at Siri House in Tanglin, Bar Cicheti in Chinatown and Basque Kitchen by Aitor in Tanjong Pagar. For Cantonese fine-dining Cassia is exceptional. 

WHERE TO STAY IN SINGAPORE?

Capella Singapore on Sentosa Island is a luxurious idyllic retreat for the discerning travellers. ‘Capella’ which stands for ‘the brightest star in the constellation Auriga‘ turns out to be a suitable name. The luxurious idyllic leisure retreat has been shining brightly over Singapore’s Sentosa Island for the past 10 years, offering a tropical paradise escape, a cultural experience, and excellent service. A member of the Global Hotel Alliance, Capella Singapore was recognised as ‘Top Hotel in Singapore’ after receiving Conde Nast traveller’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards and is one of the most sought-after wedding destinations in Asia.

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Capella Singapore

Hotel G Singapore

Hotel G Singapore: A quirky hotel for the young, hip and cosmopolitan travellers.

Hotel G Singapore is a fun, chic and luxurious hotel with an overarching quirky theme throughout the property. The hotel’s popular Ginett Wine Bar & Restaurant and 25 Degrees Burgers & Liquor Bar add French and American culinary flavours to complete an excellent stay at this quintessential lifestyle hotel.

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Capella Singapore

Lloyd's Inn Singapore

Checking into Lloyd’s Inn Singapore you immediately get the feeling of ‘less is more’ which truly works here. This stylish de-cluttered hotel evokes a sense of calmness, serenity, and luxury. With all the necessary amenities for both leisure and business travellers, the hotel offers an urban oasis right in the heart of Singapore’s city center.

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Lloyd's Inn Singapore

Kesa House Singapore

Digital nomads and international entrepreneurs rejoice! There’s a new stylish home-away-from-home in Singapore’s Chinatown. Forward-thinking and contemporary KēSa House, which opened in April this year (2019), has stirred up the traditional hotel market by offering something new and unique. The ‘flexible living concept’ is a mix of ‘chic boutique hotel meets upscale shared community living’. By departing from the conventional short-stay hotel experience, checking in to KēSa House is a bit like staying at a friend’s house. Expect to make new friends, share laundry tips and enjoy excellently (complimentary) coffee.

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Capella Singapore

One Farrer Singapore

Dreaming about a resort holiday whilst staying in the city? Relax and unwind in true vacation fashion at one of Singapore’s top hotels and get the best of both worlds. One Farrer Hotel is a luxury 5-star urban hotel-resort located in the heart of Singapore offering next-level urban accommodation with the ‘hotels within a hotel’ concept for a comfortable and memorable stay.

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Capella Singapore

WHERE TO GET PAMPERED IN SINGAPORE?

Auriga Spa

One of Singapore’s best spas is Auriga Spa – a contemporary and luxurious spa spanning over 12,000 square feet with nine treatment rooms. The spa philosophy is centered around the moon cycle and all signature treatments use natural products that reflect the varying energies of the lunar cycle. The moon massage combining Swedish and Balinese massage mixed with stretching is wonderful for relaxation and for any sore muscles from a long-haul flight.

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Auriga Spa

Spa Singapore

This trendy day-spa is located in a shipping container. Work out those sore muscles with massages from around the world. They’ve got everything from the traditional Thai massage to modern Japanese Shiatsu, and prenatal to a much-needed back-shoulder-neck massage. Wanna extend your session? Top-up for the body massage, body scrub and body mask combo to feel absolutely rejuvenated.

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Elements Wellness

Begin your wellness journey with Elements’ unique infusion of indulgence and modern technology. Inspired by the ancient five elements philosophy, every corner of the spa is designed to achieve that perfect harmony between our body and the surrounding energy manifested by the five elements.

Elements Wellness Singapore

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