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The Singapore Expo is the largest convention and exhibition venue in Singapore with over 100,000 square metres of column-free, indoor space spread over ten halls. Built and managed by PSA International, and funded by the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the SGD 220 million building (excluding the cost of the 40,000 m² expansion) was built in the east of Singapore in the town of Tampines and currently managed by Temasek Holdings, Singex Venues Private Limited, the government-owned building, was designed by Cox Richardson Rayner. It was officially opened on 4 March 1999. Additionally, it is served by the Expo MRT station on the Changi Airport Branch Line of the East West Line and Downtown Line.
From the city, it will take about 20 minutes to reach there by using the Pan Island Expressway (PIE) highway.
If you’re new to the world of Chinese barbecue skewers, there’s no better place to get acquainted than BBQ Box. They offer a huge variety of meats from chicken wings to pork intestines and beef tendon. These meats are seasoned with a spicy Chinese spice rub, skewered before they are grilled to perfection over a charcoal fire. Other classic skewers you shouldn’t miss out on include enoki mushrooms, mantou, and asparagus. Each skewer costs between SGD1 and SGD 3.00, so feast away on these affordable skewers and wash everything down with a bottle of Tsingtao!
Open 24 hours, Mongkok Dim Sum is a must try. On the menu are an array of dishes, priced at an average of SGD 5.00. An interesting dish to order is their 3 Yolk Crab Porridge (SGD 9.00), which can easily satisfy the bellies of three to four people. Their Custard Bun (SGD 4.20) is done right too, and a pool of smooth, runny custard spilled out as you broke open the pillowy bao.
There’s a reason why Geylang Claypot Rice commands a long queue. The wait for their Signature Claypot Rice (SGD 14.00 for two, SGD 25.00 for four, SGD35.00 for six people) can range anywhere from 25 minutes to an hour, and the owners advise customers to call ahead to make their orders. It might feel like a great deal of effort just for a meal, but it’ll all be worth it once you mix that fluffy, charred rice up and pop a piece of succulent chicken into your mouth.
Bugis Street market is the biggest shopping area in Singapore with more than 800 shops selling a host of things at unbelievably cheap rates. Don’t expect to get here the cutting-edge fashion products you would get in the high-end markets of Singapore, but you can expect to buy products of good quality at very affordable prices. All types of products including souvenirs, accessories, clothes, electronics, houseware, cosmetics and stationery are available here for people of different tastes.
Capri by Fraser is a design-led hotel residence that caters to the digitally driven generation and who appreciate the technologically integrated lifestyle with facilities such as i-Mac, right in prime or key business locations. Designed to meet the lifestyle needs of a generation that is “always on” and “always connected”, the world never rests as Capri by Fraser cuts through the conformity of standard hotel accommodation. Work, stay and play take on a whole new dimension with high tech social living spaces that adapt to different moods and functions as you keep tabs with your business and leisure needs.
All wired up with iPad-activated check-ins, e-Concierge, e-Print and free high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access, whether it is for that professional you or personal you, you are always on the move. With our Spin & Play facility, you will now enjoy the freedom and flexibility of playing Xbox Kinect or kickboxing, while you get the laundry done, all at the same time and if you feel like taking a break, opt for a good work-out instead at the gym that never closes and hit the sauna before heading for a great movie. Everything else such as functional room layouts, all-day dining, grab-and-go bites and spa facilitiesjust make things so much easier at Capri by Fraser. The price starts from SGD 198.00 per night.
Whether for business, leisure or transit, a stay in Park Avenue Changi assures you comfortable living spaces in the heart of Changi Business Park. One of the hotels near Changi Airport and in the east of Singapore, it is next to Expo MRT, providing easy access for business travellers and transit guests. Discover the invigorating energy of one of Singapore's business and transit hotel from the indulgent comfort of Park Avenue Changi. The price starts from SGD 165.00 per night.
Lastly, there are so many popular hotels that you can choose for your staycation in Singapore such as during public holiday Singapore. Here is the list of popular Singapore hotels that you can explore with Singapore hotel deals:
Marina Bay Sands | Hotel 81 | Shangri La Singapore | Fullerton Hotel | Hotel Boss | Sentosa Hotel | Andaz Singapore | Mandarin Orchard | Pan Pacific Singapore | Sofitel Sentosa | Capella Singapore | Raffles Hotel | Mandarin Oriental Singapore | Resorts World Sentosa | Ritz Carlton Singapore | Fairmont Singapore | Grand Hyatt Singapore | Intercontinental Singapore | Fullerton Bay Hotel | Goodwood Park Hotel | Hilton Singapore | Orchard Hotel | Carlton Hotel | Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa