We are staying 3 nights 2 days in Hotel Naumi Seah St in March.
Does the hotel do a pick up service?
And for those who have stayed for a similar time , what would you recommend we do to see Singapore in 2 days? We don't do shopping, we would like to see the sights and culture and beauty of the place and experience some good local food
Our hotel has limousine service that can be arranged to fetch you to and from the airport. The rates vary and can be advised when we receive your flight details.
Please feel free to reach us directly as the hotel or Reservations department. :)
You may wish to know that Chinese New Year festivities are happening in Singapore and there are other cultural experiences such as the Peranakan areas that we can recommend you when you arrive. We also many local foods and places to eat near the hotel and around the city that we rave about.
We look forward to your arrival and meeting you!
We didn't use a pickup service to the hotel as there were plenty of taxis from the port (where we arrived) but I am sure if you email them they will organise as they are very helpful. We were only in Singapore for 2 days and walked to the harbour which was a good walk. We had a meal in the courtyard at Raffles hotel which was next door to the hotel and although the Singapore slings were expensive the meal was reasonably priced (we didn't book up in advance). A visit to the Gardens by the Bay is a must and again we walked there. We went during the day and stayed until the night. It's magical. We ate at a Chinese style restaurant on site and the food was great. We also had a wonder through china town which we passed walking to and from the hotel. I'm sure you will enjoy. It's a very safe clean place.
gardens by the bay : go late afternoon then have dinner at sate street in the same complex before heading for the light/ music show which takes place every evening : absolutely wonderful.
Not sure about pick but taxi easily arranged at hotel. Raffles a must to visit but think it may be under renovations at present. Sentosa Island was great especially on the cable car. Best way to see Singapore on Hop-on Hop-off bus. Like many people we find Singapore is very expensive these days particularly eating in the hotels. Years ago it was so inexpensive but certainly not now! We found the Naumi hotel great will go back next time we're transiting to UK.
I think they can arrange pickup service but you will get a taxi very easily from the airport, so not necessarily needed.
Abt what to see:
- gardens by the bay
- botanical garden
- china town
- marina bay terrace for beautiful views
- future & science museum in marina bay
Makansutra Gluttons Bay is a nice place to have a street food dinner. Close to that place there is also outside stage with nice concerts.
Take good shoes w you.
The hotel location is ideal for a walk (20-30 minutes) to China Town...Little India...and a MUST DO visit to the Gardens By The Bay. There are more places to stop and eat a variety of cuisines and styles than you can possibly imagine. Cabs are plentiful and quite reasonable, but tough to hail if it is raining, but the hotel front desk will come to the rescue with a quick phone call. Singapore is an immaculate, 21st century city, so don't be shy about exploring. Just make certain you don't litter (gum, cigarettes, etc.),obey the street crossing signs and enjoy!!
The hotel provide a pick up service which was reliable.
In terms of things to do don't miss Gardens by the Bay in the evening. A walk around China Town is a must. Little India is colourful and there are many temples to see. Also Henderson Waves Bridge is interesting.
Hi we arranged a limousine pick up from Naumi was about $80 Australian and a great way to start the holiday.
Taxis are about $50.
The Gardens by the bay are a must do especially if you go late in the afternoon so you can stay there and view after dark it's amazing.
Whilst there in the evening wonder back through the Marina Bay Sands and go to the Sky bar viewing platform for a drink and watch the light show.
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