Leisure travel might not be possible for a while, but we still need a break. Perhaps even more so with all the crap that 2020 has thrown at us! Gotta keep our sanity in check, ya know.
As hotels in Singapore reopen for business, staycations are the perfect way to relax and recharge. There’s just something about staying in a new environment and sleeping in crisp, white sheets that make it feel like you’re on vacation. That, and having someone else do the cleaning.
Heritage Collection on Chinatown
Closest MRT stations: Chinatown (NEL & DTL) and Telok Ayer (DTL)
Food nearby: Maxwell Food Centre, Amoy Food Centre, Chinatown Complex Food Centre, Park Bench Deli, Poke Theory, Birds of a Feather, BBQbox (串烧工坊), Tong Heng Delicacies (Hong Kong egg tarts), Lolla, The Coconut Club, Wang Dae Bak, Koji Sushi Bar
Experiences nearby: Ann Siang Hill, Heritage Mural Trail, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Thian Hock Kheng Temple, Nagore Dagah
If you love exploring neighbourhoods during your travels, you’ll probably love Heritage Collection’s range. Heritage Collection on Chinatown is built in a refurbished heritage shophouse, just a 6-minute walk from Chinatown MRT, and within a 10-minute walk to some of Singapore’s most charming cultural icons.
The rooms come in loft and studio options, both thoughtfully arranged to make the space cosy for a weekend getaway! All rooms come with a fully-equipped kitchenette, ensuite bathroom with rainfall shower and Apple TV. The best part? The prices stated are nett with no hidden charges or fees. Perfect for a refreshing change of environment.
If you’re looking for some alone time, they even have Studio Single rooms, perfect for a solo staycationer to recharge.
Full full article on: https://thetravelintern.com/hotels-singapore-staycation-budget/