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Lovers of ethnic cuisine will be in heaven during their stay in our short term rentals in Singapore. Here you can find pretty much any cuisine of the world. If you register at the food website, you can get up to a 50 percent discount at many of Singapore's restaurants. Chinese food is concentrated, unsurprisingly, in Chinatown; check out Da Dong Fatty Weng Restaurant. For great Malay and Indonesian food, head to the Arab Street District and visit Bumbu Restaurant. Little India is obviously the center of Indian cuisine; Komala Vilas Restaurant is one of the oldest and best-known Indian restaurants in Singapore. If you cannot decide between cuisines, visit a hawker centre - Newton Food Centre and Makansutra Gluttons Bay are popular ones - where you can wander around the stalls and taste a bit of everything.

A signature Singaporean dish is chili and black pepper grab, which is an entire crab doused in a sticky, spicy chili sauce. You can find this and other great seafood dishes at the Red House Seafood Restaurant or at the Jumbo Seafood Restaurant in the East Coast Seafood Centre. Some other popular restaurants around town include mezza9 (at the Grand Hyatt Singapore), Nadaman (at the Shangri-la Hotel), Burlamacco Ristorante on Amoy Street, and 10 at Claymore in the Pan Pacific Orchard Hotel.

Singapore's nightlife is exciting and energetic, though the alcoholic drinks here are expensive by Asian standards so think about drinking at happy hours to get the best drink deals. If you would like to stay near the center of the action, look for Singapore short term rentals near Boat Quay or Clarke Quay on the river, where you will find old Chinese junks-cum-bars. Tippling Club has been ranked among the world's 50 best bars, and serves unusually delicious drinks. Those who want a more romantic setting should grab a drink and lounge on the sofa-beds at Lantern Bar at the Fullerton Bay Hotel while enjoying a view of the city. Most of Singapore's gay bars are located near Chinatown. Beer lovers should check out Archipelago Brewery on Circular Road and The Pump Room on River Valley Road

Clubs also abound in Singapore and are generally open until at least 3am; you can find all kinds of music and dance locations. Zouk Club Singapore is the city's most famous club and has three different rooms you can visit depending on your mood. Check out Harry's Quayside Bar or Insomnia@Chijmes for some hot club action. If you enjoy karaoke, book a room at K-Box Karaoke or Party World KTV.

Serviced Apartments Singapore can find you a place that's near as much shopping as you would like. Along with food, shopping is one of Singapore's big draws for tourists and locals alike. You will find more shopping malls than you thought possible: just try to visit all 22 shopping malls on Orchard Road. Takashimaya Department Store and Paragon Shopping Centre offer high-end clothing brands. The Far East Plaza sells cheaper items, and you can find anything at Western-style ION Orchard. Electronics can be found at Funan Digitalife Mall or Sim Lim Square. If you are looking for vintage clothing and trinkets, stroll down Haji Lane in the Kampong Glam area and drop into Dulcetfig and Ohsofickle.

Along with malls, Singapore also has plenty of markets offering many different wares. The Sungei Road Thieves' Market is one such place and is the city's oldest flea market; don't forget to haggle for prices. Little India's Mustafa Centre is worth exploring, or head to Chinatown and get lost in the Yue Hwa Building, a five-story emporium where you can find silk, embroidery, pottery, and more. The Arab Street District is a great place to find textiles: visit Hadjee Textiles for the best selection of sarongs.

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