Where to Stay in Singapore First Time: 11 Best Areas

In this post, we will help you to decide Where to stay in Singapore first time, the best area to stay in Singapore for first-timers (with a video and map), the best hotels for all budgets (including the hotel where I stayed), and the safest places to stay in Singapore.

Singapore was founded as a British trading colony in 1819. It gained independence in 1965 and rapidly developed into a thriving modern city-state. It is a global hub for finance, technology, and tourism, known for its efficient government, multicultural society, and strict laws.

Singapore is an exciting mixture of the old colonial trading post and a super-modern international city. If you want to make the most of the modern, then you will love to explore the Marina Bay or the Riverside areas of the city. But there’s plenty of old-world charm to be found, too, in places like Little India and Chinatown.

Singapore is a small and densely populated island. The majority of the most interesting things to see and do are in the center of Singapore’s central city on the south coast of the island, and it makes sense to look for somewhere close to here to stay to make the most of your visit. 

Where to stay in Singapore for first-time visitors?

The best areas to stay in Singapore for first-time tourists are Marina Bay, Singapore River, Orchard Road, Chinatown, Kampong Glam, and Sentosa island. These are popular and safe neighborhoods, offering a wide variety of attractions and amenities.

Marina Bay is the best overall area in Singapore for first-time visitors due to its central location and proximity to iconic attractions like the Merlion, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay. The area is also home to some of Singapore’s best hotels, shops, and nightlife.

Where did I stay in Singapore?

When I first visited Singapore, I stayed for 5 nights at the Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay. It was a great value for money hotel in a prime location, easy access to trains and sights. They had very good breakfast and  excellent service. My room was lovely with beautiful views of the skyline.

💖 Best Area for first-timers:Marina Bay
💎 Best luxury hotel:Marina Bay Sands
🏨 Best luxury hotel:The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
💰 Best luxury hotel:Pan Pacific Singapore

Map of areas and neighborhoods in Singapore:

Map of Best Areas & Neighborhoods in Singapore
Map of Best Areas & Neighborhoods in Singapore

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Best areas to stay in Singapore for first-time tourists are:

1. Marina Bay

Marina Bay

Marina Bay is the best overall place to stay in Singapore for first-time tourists due to its proximity to famous tourist attractions such as Merlion statue, Marina Bay Sands, and Gardens by the Bay. If you stay here, you will located within walking distance to Singapore’s most iconic sights, as well as many shopping, dining, and nightlife venues.

The stunningly modern Marina Bay is a photographer’s dream, and these days, when you see photos of Singapore, they are almost always taken here. Marina Bay is an area of Singapore at the Singapore river’s mouth, where the marina barrage has created a large bay. 

The most imposing feature here is the vast Marina Bay Sands complex which houses a casino and a top-class Marina Bay Sands Hotel with an infinity pool on its boat-shaped rooftop.

This development has to be the most striking in Singapore, with its trio of mirrored tower blocks capped by a structure that looks like a boat running across the top of all three, featuring a swimming pool with amazing views.

The Marina Bay area has been recently developed, and its whole feel is modern and vibrant. There are some excellent shopping areas and great restaurants and bars, all in a stunning waterfront location.

Marina Bay is next to Singapore’s Central Business District, Civic District, and is well-connected to the rest of Singapore by the MRT network and good bus service. Marina Bay is the first choice for those who searching for where to stay in Singapore for 2 nights.

Things to do and see around Marina Bay:

  • Gardens By The Bay: The over 101 hectares of Gardens By The Bay was first opened in 2012, is a beautiful development of lush tropical gardens that you can walk through via a treetop walkway formed in the shape of giant artificial trees. It’s a beautiful and fascinating thing to do, and it looks particularly pretty when lit up at night.
  • Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay: Theatres on the Bay is the center of performing arts in Singapore where you can find a concert hall, theatre, and outdoor performance area.
  • Singapore Merlion Statue: The Merlion is an iconic 8.6-meter statue of Singapore, located in the 2,500 acres Merlion Park at the bottom of Esplanade Bridge. It’s a great place to take photos!
  • Singapore Flyer: This Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel is located in the downtown area. It has 165m tall with 28 fully air-conditioned glass capsules, providing a panoramic view of the city.
  • Watch a Marina Bay Light Show: The light shows are the OCBC Garden Rhapsody at Gardens by the Bay, Spectra at Marina Bay Sands, and the Crane Dance at Sentosa.
  • Walk The Helix Bridge: The world’s first double helix bridge (also known as the Double Helix Bridge) connects the Marina Centre with the Marina South. It is a 280-meter-long pedestrian bridge opened in 2010.

Best Places to Stay in Singapore in Marina Bay for first-timers:

  • luxury ($$$): Marina Bay Sands, 5-star hotel, one of the best places to stay in Singapore for couples and families with kids of all ages both young and old. Popular point of interest nearby are the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Sands SkyPark Observation Deck, ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands Casino.
  • luxury ($$$): The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, great hotel, located in the Central Business District, a 5-minute drive from Clarke Quay and Boat Quay, and a short walk from Raffles Place MRT Station.
  • luxury ($$$): Pan Pacific Singapore, great hotel, directly connected to Marina Square Mall and Suntec Convention Centre. It has an outdoor swimming pool, 6 restaurants, and family rooms.

2. Clarke Quay and Singapore River

Singapore Riverside

The Riverside area is Singapore at its sleek and modern best. This part of the city is where the Singapore River snakes through the center of the central business district.

The Riverside area is divided into several Quays like Robertson Quay and Clarke Quay, and here you’ll find the best nightlife in the city. You can enjoy the party scene to the maximum here.

The waterfront areas are lined with restaurants, shopping developments, and interesting things to see and do. There are parks around here that provide some relief from the concrete, steel, and glass of the CBD.

The riverside area is packed with nightclubs, bars, and pubs like Harry’s Bar, The Hideout, and Long Bar, which claims to be the home of the famous Singapore Sling.

The atmosphere here is smart and quite upmarket, and if you’re planning to make a long night of it, just be aware that it can put a big dent in your wallet. Having said that, you get what you pay for, and this is a great place to party and have fun.

In addition to the lively nightlife, The Riverfront district also has plenty to do by day. You can find several museums here, including the Asian Civilizations Museum, The National Gallery of Singapore, and The Peranakan Museum.

A notable local site is The Raffles Statue, a likeness of Singapore’s founder, situated where he supposedly first set foot on the island.

There are also interesting sites such as Hong San See Temple, G-Max Reverse Bungy, Boat Quay, Lockdown Singapore, The Arts House Screening Room, Raffles Place, and Central Fire Station & Civil Defence Heritage Gallery.

This part of Singapore has some excellent hotels with a particular focus on business travelers since you’re in the heart of the central business district. The hotels in the riverside area come in at a mid-to-high-end price, and this isn’t the part of town to stay if you’re a budget traveler.

Stay in Riverside if you are looking for the best area for nightlife, you want top-quality restaurants, you want to visit museums and galleries, you are looking for where to stay in Singapore for 1 night with a great hotel in the city’s most central location.

Best Places to Stay in Singapore Riverside for first-time visitors:

  • luxury ($$$): Fraser Place Robertson Walk, 5-star hotel, located on Robertson Quay, within walking distance from nightlife and restaurants at Clarke Quay. It offers free daily 1-way shuttleto popular Orchard Road and Suntec City. It has free parking and family rooms.
  • luxury ($$$): Paradox Singapore Merchant Court at Clarke Quay, 5-star family-friendly hotel, located close to Statue of Sir Stamford Raffles, National Gallery, and Chinatown Heritage Centre.
  • budget ($): Holiday Inn Express Singapore Clarke Quay, 4-star hotel located in central Singapore, Singapore, offering swimming pool with views of Clarke and Robertson Quays.

See more: 35 Best things to do in Singapore

3. Orchard Road

Orchard Road

Singapore’s famous 2.2 km long boulevard of Orchard Road is a shopper’s dream. The whole length of this road is lined with world-famous shopping malls packed with designer stores selling top-quality designer goods, electronics, jewelry, and pretty much anything else that you can think of.

Orchard Road is probably the largest and most comprehensive shopping area in Asia, and it rivals pretty much anywhere else in the world.

But what if you’re not a shopper? Can you find something to do here as well? Sure, you can; The side roads leading off from Orchard Road have a profusion of quality restaurants and bars, so it’s a great place to eat and drink.

You can check Béni, a small, elegant Michelin-starred restaurant that severs find authentic French cuisine with a Japanese touch.

You can enjoy foods from all over the world in the excellently priced food courts within the shopping malls. These places have some of the best value food in the whole of Singapore. The shopping malls also contain entertainment such as multiplex cinemas, bowling alleys, and gyms.

Weekdays are the best times to visit Orchard Road since the area can get packed during the weekend when Singaporeans do their weekend shopping.

If you are looking for where to stay in Singapore for 3 nights in a short time, Orchard Road is the best part of Singapore to stay in. It’s very well connected to the rest of the city so you will have no trouble jumping on the MRT to visit all of the main attractions quickly and conveniently.

There’s plenty of accommodation around Orchard Road, and some of the city’s very best hotels are here like Holiday Inn, Pac Pacific, Hilton, and Marriott, an ideal place to stay for luxury travelers.

There are good mid-range hotel options too, but there’s not much in the way of apartment rentals, or budget accommodation in this part of the city

Things to do and see in Orchard Road:

ION Orchard Mall: Located in the heart of Orchard Road, right above Orchard MRT station, where you can find luxury brands, high street fashion, and entertainment stores. You can visit ION Sky, an observation deck on the 56th floor, offering sweeping views of the city.

Fort Canning Park: The iconic 18-hectare park is steeped in history. In the 14th century, it was ruled by Malay royalty with the name Forbidden Hill. Later during World War II, the British decided to surrender to the Japanese in the Battle Box at Fort Canning Hill.

Singapore Botanic Gardens: The 60 acres of land, was established in 1859 and the country’s first UNESCO Heritage Site. Here you will find the National Orchid Garden, home to more than 60,000 plants and orchid plants. History and art lovers will want to visit SBG Heritage Museum and CDL Green Gallery, while kids will have a fun day out at Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.

Visit museums, art galleries, and cinemas : Apart from shopping, Orchard Road has some historical and cultural attractions including the National Museum of Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, Pop Fine Art with a lot of modern artwork, and Opera Gallery Singapore.

Emerald Hill: This historical neighborhood is famous for its Chinese Baroque. Here you can find colorful, restored shophouses that date back to the 1900s and have been transformed into quaint watering holes like Acid Bar, Alley Bar, No.5 Emerald Hill, and Que Pasa.

Best Places to Stay in Orchard Road for first-timers:

  • luxury ($$$): Hilton Singapore, 5-star hotel, the largest Hilton hotel in Asia Pacific, located in prime location in Singapore.
  • mid-range ($$): YOTEL Singapore, 4-star hotel, located in the heart of the vibrant Orchard Road district, offering an outdoor swimming pool, in-house restaurant, and family rooms.
  • budget ($): Holiday Inn Express Singapore, 4-star hotel located between Somerset and Orchard MRT Stations, offering easy access to Paragon and Ngee Ann City, and ION Orchard shopping malls.

4. Colonial/ Civic District

If you want to stay close to everything and in the heart of the city, the Colonial district is a great base for your Singapore trip. It is one of the best areas in Singapore to do walking tour for sightseeing.

Civic District is the birthplace of modern Singapore. The Civic and Cultural District was formed in 1822 by Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore. It was urban planning at its best.

Here you will find important historical and cultural landmarks such as:

  • the former Supreme Court and City Hall (now the National Gallery),
  • Old Parliament House,
  • the Asian Civilisations Museum,
  • Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall,
  • National Museum of Singapore,  
  • the Peranakan Museum
  • Raffles Singapore,
  • Fullerton Hotel
  • St Andrew’s Cathedral
  • National Library
  • Fort Canning Park

In addition to impressive buildings and landmarks, Colonical District is also home to many restaurants, bars, and shops. There are flagship stores at Capitol Piazza, or Suntec City complex, one of Singapore’s biggest shopping malls.

Colonical District provides many of accommodation options, you can find some of Singapore’s best hotels here such as the colonial stalwart Raffles Hotel and the Fullerton Hotel, situated in the former General Post Office building.

Best places to stay in Singapore in Colonical District:

  • luxury ($$$): Raffles Hotel, 5-star hotel, one of the best hotels in Singapore, located easy walk from City Hall MRT Station and Raffles City Shopping Centre. The legendary Singapore Sling is at the historic Long Bar in Raffles Arcade.
  • luxury ($$$): Fairmont, 5-star hotel, located atop City Hall MRT Station and Esplanade MRT Station. Directly connected to Raffles City Shopping Centre, it boasts spacious rooms for singles, couples, and families with kids.
  • budget ($): lyf Funan Singapore, 4-star hotel, located in the Funan Mall, close to Raffles City, Singapore Art Museum, St Andrew’s Cathedral, and City Hall MRT Station.

5. Chinatown

 Chinatown, good for foodies

Chinatown is an area of central Singapore that was first settled by Chinese immigrants. This ethnic enclave is located in located within the Outram district. It has a unique charm, with its jumble of tower blocks and well-preserved shop-houses.

Chinatown is full of stores, supermarkets, and Chinese restaurants, all decorated with the distinctive red and gold characteristics of Chinese communities the world over.

The Chinese Buddhist temples here have beautiful architecture, with all kinds of mythical creatures bedecking their roofs.

One of the best things to do in this area is just to stroll around soaking up the atmosphere. There are interesting sights, including the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, containing the titular relic. There’s a Chinatown Heritage Center with interesting displays on how the area developed over history.

Other temples are Sri Mariamman Temple, Thian Hock Keng Temple which is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore.

Another interesting thing to see is the Singapore City Gallery, which relates the story of Singapore’s planning, design, and development. In such a modern city, this is fascinating to see, and it’s a great place to discover things to see and do while you’re here.

The dining highlight of Chinatown is, of course, Chinese food, but there are all kinds of other food here too. You can eat exceptionally well and cheaply from the vast number of street stores and little shophouse restaurants.

Don’t miss out on Chinatown Street Market, Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, Chinese Night Market.

Best Places to Stay in Chinatown for first-time visitors:

  • luxury ($$$): PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, 5-star hotel located beside Chinatown MRT Station, close to Hong Lim Park, Raffles Place and Clarke Quay, Singapore’s famous nightlife district.
  • luxury ($$$): Carlton City Hotel, 5-star family-friendly hotel, set in the historical district of Tanjong Pagar, 2-minute walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. You can enjoy a stroll and admire Tanjong Pagar’s pre-World War II shophouses.
  • budget ($): Heritage Collection on Chinatown, 3-star budget-friendly hotel located the bustling street area of Chinatown and South Bridge Road, a short walk to Chinatown Heritage Centre, Sri Mariamman Temple, and Chinatown MRT Station.

See more: Where to stay in Singapore on a budget

6. Bugis

Bugis Street (Singapore)/alex.ch

Located near Kampong Glam, Bugis is a district of Singapore with more than its share of history. This part of the city has been, over the years, home to Singapore’s original inhabitants before colonial rule, the island’s Japanese community, and the Hainanese community.

Bugis then served time as a red-light district, but it was dramatically redeveloped in the late 20th century and is now a far more salubrious part of town.

Bugis Street Market is one of the biggest and cheapest shopping streets in Singapore. Bugis Junction is also a great place for shoppers!

Bugis has good communications, and you can access the MRT network via the Bugis and Lavender stations. The area is relatively low rise without too many tower blocks, and it’s an exciting place to explore on foot, particularly since several streets are pedestrianized

The redevelopment of Bugis included the restoration of some of the old shophouses. This gives the area an old-world charm that adds to its appeal. Although it’s a busy shopping center, Bugis still feels like something of an oasis of calm amid the modern city.

Interesting places to visit around Bugis include Sultan Mosque, Haji Lane, Bugis Junction, Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, Sri Krishnan Temple, Malay Heritage Centre, Arab Street, Bras Basah, CHIJMES, and Albert Hawker Centre.

Best Places to Stay in Singapore in Bugis for first-time tourists:

  • luxury ($$$): Andaz Singapore – A Concept by Hyatt, 5-star hotel, set between the districts of Kampong Glam and Bugis, within easy walk from Bugis MRT Station, Bugis Junction, Sultan Mosque, Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple and Suntec City Convention Centre.
  • apartment ($$): Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road, located just opposite Arab Street, offering apartments with a fully equipped kitchen.
  • mid-range ($$): PARKROYAL on Beach Road, 4-star hotel, located along Beach Road, a 5-minute drive from The Esplanade and Singapore Flyer.

7. Little India

Little India

Another great option for foodies and budget travelers is Little India, located east of the Singapore River. This Indian Community is another district of Singapore characterized by the ethnicity of its original settlers. 

This area is a tight-packed cluster of streets in the center of Singapore just to the west of the ultra-modern Marina Bay, but a million miles away in atmosphere.

Out of all Singapore’s communities, the Little India area is the most redolent of its mother country. This is a fascinating part of the city to stroll around, looking at the ornate Indian fabric shops, bustling street stores, and of course, fabulous Indian restaurants and cafes. Along with Chinatown, Little India is a great area for foodies.

Little India is perhaps the area of Singapore that is most inviting to backpackers and budget travelers. This area has the widest selection of hostels, guest houses, and budget accommodations. You can stay somewhere near the action around the City Square Mall, and the Sim Lim Square.

The central location and useful links with the MRT system make Little India an excellent base for exploring the rest of Singapore. You can jump on the MRT subway at Little India and Rochor stations.

Attractions in Little India are Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, The House of Tan Teng Niah on Kerbau Road, Mustafa Centre, Temple of 1,000 Lights, Abdul Gafoor Mosque, Leong San See Temple, Indian Heritage Centre, Our Lady of Lourdes, Tan Teng Niah.

Little India has plenty of afforable accommodations, but be sure to read the guest reviews, and book a hotel with a great reviews, at least with an overall score of 8.0.

Best Places to Stay in Singapore in Little India:

8. Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island

Sentosa is a small island just to the south of Singapore’s main island. It’s a destination that has been expertly developed for beach and holiday tourists, with families in mind, and it is unquestionably the best place in Singapore if you’re traveling with a family with kids.

Kids will love a visit to the new and enormous Resorts World, a vast complex that features a casino and the Universal Studios theme park. Sentosa has beaches too, and the fact that they’re man-made doesn’t detract from their attractiveness.

Nature lovers will love to visit Sentosa Nature Discovery, while the S.E.A. Aquarium is one of the largest oceanariums in the world. The world-famous Madame Tussauds Singapore is also worth visiting!

You can also find attractions like Tiger Sky Tower, the Singapore Butterfly & Insect Kingdom, and Sentosa Golf Club.

There are several ways to get over to Sentosa. A fun way to get there is on the Sentosa Express monorail line on a service that connects with the MRT Harborfront station and runs every few minutes.

Alternatively, there is a road bridge so that you can get there by taxi. But much more fun is the Singapore Cable Car service where you jump in a cabin and travel across to Sentosa suspended over the sea.

Accommodation in Sentosa is in the form of well-equipped resort hotels. These are almost exclusively four and five-star establishments, and they have prices to match.

So Sentosa isn’t the cheapest place to stay, but it’s a great experience. If you don’t want to splash the cash on an expensive resort, then all you have to do is visit on a day trip.

Best places to Stay In Sentosa Island for first-timers:

  • luxury ($$$): Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, one of the best 5-star beachfront resort in Singapore, great place to stay for families as well as sun-seekers alike, within easy reach of the city and the beaches.
  • luxury ($$$): W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, 5-star family-friendly hotel, located on Southern Singapore’s Sentosa Island. Easy access to beaches and the downtown areas.
  • luxury ($$$): Capella Singapore, 5-star hotel that has family rooms, located within the rainforests of Sentosa Island, and features 3 outdoor pools and a multiple spa.

See more: Where to Stay in Singapore with Family

9. Kampong Glam/ Arab Street

Kampong Glam, known as Arab Street

Within walking distance from Little India, Kampong Glam is an area of Singapore that is also commonly known as Arab Street. This part of the city was an enclave that was first settled and developed by Muslim traders.

This influence carries on into the modern-day, and you will find some beautiful mosques here and a distinctly Middle Eastern feel. 

Arab Street is a great dining area, and you can sample foods from an impressive number of Muslim nations. If you head down to the famous Bussorah Street and Sultan Mosque, you are almost spoiled for choice by the bright and lively restaurants that line the road on both sides.

An excellent choice is Alaturka Restaurant, an extremely popular Turkish restaurant serving delicious traditional Turkish cuisine.

While some of the more modern Singapore districts can feel a little sterile, Kampong Glam retains its old-world charm, featuring original architecture and pretty shophouses

If the designer shops and international chains of Orchard Road don’t do much for you, you might be very interested in visiting some of the markets and little stores in Kampong Glam.

You can find army surplus stores, antique stores, and art galleries, or visit the pleasingly named Sungei Road Thieves Market, a ramshackle but intriguing flea market.

In addition to popular landmark of Sultan Mosque, you can visit historical and cultural attractions such as Malay Heritage Centre, and Gelam Gallery.

Kampong Glam is home to numerous of accommodation options with more of a boutique hotels and guesthouses at a low to mid-range price. To have a comfortable stay, make sure to choose hotel with a great reviews.

Best Places to Stay in Kampong Glam for first-time visitors:

10. Jurong

Jurong, for local vibe

Jurong is a suburb located on the Northwestern side of Singapore. It is a suburban district that offers a more local feel than the busy city center. 

The most notable attractions here are the beautiful 20.2 hectares Jurong Bird Park with more than 5,000 birds from 400 species. If you’re a keen ornithologist or just interested in wildlife, you will be delighted by the enormous diversity of bird species in this park.

Here you can also find the 35m high Waterfall Aviary home of one of the world’s tallest man-made, indoor waterfalls.

Nearby are the Chinese and Japanese Gardens, lovely landscaped gardens that offer a breath of fresh air from the urban sprawl.

The Singapore Science Center is another exciting place to visit in Jurong. This is a great place to take the family since it has many exhibits explicitly designed to interest kids in the sciences.

11. East Coast and Changi Airport

East Coast - Changi Airport

Heading out of Singapore city to the east, you travel towards Changi airport. This long stretch of coast isn’t particularly popular with visitors, but it’s hard to see why not since much of the coastline comprises a long attractive sandy beach

I guess most people don’t come to Singapore looking for a beach holiday, and the majority of the people that you’ll see down by the beach here are local Singaporeans.

This East coast area is mainly residential, and you will find some excellent accommodation in the form of apartment rentals that offer a lot of facilities at a budget price.

Despite being out of town, this area has excellent connections to the city center because of the bus and rail services between the airport and the city.

The East Coast is well known as one of the best places to enjoy traditional Singaporean cuisine. You can find lots of little restaurants here that serve delicious steaming and spicy bowls of laksa noodle soup and fresh and delicious chili crab.

If you visit the east coast, you should make a point of going to the pretty East Coast Park. This is Singapore’s largest public park, and its beachfront location has footpaths popular with rollerbladers, walkers, and joggers. There are some nice restaurants here too.

Best Places to Stay in Singapore Airport for first-timers:

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Singapore is one of the more expensive countries in southeast Asia, and you should take this into account when planning where to stay. Hotel prices here can be pretty steep, so if you’re looking for budget area, you should head for Chinatown, Little India, or Kampong Glam.

To summarize, Marina Bay, Singapore River, Orchard Road, Chinatown, Little India, Kampong Glam, Bugis, Sentosa are the best places to stay in Singapore for tourists and first-time travelers. They offer plenty of accommodation options and amenities for all budgets.

Overall, I recommend Marina Bay as the best overall base for first-timers due to its proximity to major attractions such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the Merlion. It also has an excellent connection to public transportation, making it a great base to explore Singapore.

About Author: Linda Smith

I'm Linda Smith, the Hotel Expert, an experienced travel blogger who passionate about traveling. I'm here to share with you all my travel experiences and tips. I cover a wide range of travel topics, specializing in sharing information about the best areas, neighborhoods, and hotels in each city. I hope all these things will make your travel easier.

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