Go all out in this exhilarating tropical escape.
How I See Singapore
Whether you’re visiting for work or play, Singapore has got you covered. From easygoing cafes to bustling nightlife, there's something for everyone. And don't forget about the beaches around Sentosa! Hang out with me to find out more.
Know Before You Go
Every Sunday is W Day Club at W Singapore. It's a spinoff of our monthly Endless Summer pool party, so pack your sunscreen and join us for an afternoon of good music and tropical vibes.
Talk Like a Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
Try adding ‘Leh’ to the end of a sentence to give them a local touch. It’s practically applicable in most scenarios.
Let’s go, leh!
Neighborhoods to Explore
1. Ann Siang Hill
Ann Siang Hill is packed with trendy bars and intimate restaurants. If you love barhopping, then this is the place to go.
Laksa was once filled with coconut plantations which have since been redeveloped into a heritage site. See some of the oldest architecture and discover Peranakan culture as you stroll past quaint stores and eateries.
3. Little India
Little India is a buzzing historic area that brings the best of Indian culture in Singapore alive. There's a diverse mix of picturesque temples, mosques and churches, plus endlessly delectable Indian cuisine.
Chinatown is an energetic mix of old and new. Navigate your way through teahouses, medicinal halls, hipster bars, and lifestyle shops.
Punggol is a hotspot for millennials, filled with a plethora of cafes and things to do. Be ready to get on your feet to walk and enjoy the outdoors!
21 Ocean Way
Ultimate Access to Singapore
52a Amoy St
Have you ever tried a cocktail infused by ants?! Check it out at Native, the only bar in town to create drinks using locally foraged ingredients.
10 Ann Siang Hill
Nutmeg & Clove cocktails pay homage to Singapore’s rich history. The menu charts the journey from the city's humble beginnings to cosmopolitan capital.
18 Dempsey Rd
Step into the mecca of luxury streetwear fashion at the multi-label concept store’s new outlet at Dempsey Road. The sprawling 12,325 sq ft store, with its 10m-high ceiling, looks more like an exhibition space than a retail shop.
W Singapore - Sentosa Cove
Wake up to the sounds of beach waves next to our picturesque resort hotel in Sentosa.
Spotted in Singapore
Pamela Ting and Jessica Wong of furniture and homeware brand Scene Shang bring ancient culture to modern design.
881 Bukit Timah Rd
Violet Oon is a visionary. She's made a lasting impact on Singapore’s food scene by serving up authentic Nyonya fare.
111 Middle Rd
Carrie K’s playfully provocative artisan-crafted jewelry challenges traditional notions of what makes something precious.
9 Yong Siak St
A charming independent bookstore, Books Actually also offers stationery and charming artisan collectibles.
41 Beach Rd
A nail art bar and cafe featuring vintage-inspired armchairs and award-winning mani-pedis. Get primped and polished.
Lead image by Lily Lvnatikk