20 Japanese Restaurants in Singapore To Satisfy Your Cravings!
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Japanese Restaurant Singapore

Kushikatsu Tanaka, Sushi Kimura, Ikoi Japanese Restaurant, OmotÈ, Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, Bincho at Min Jiang, Gaijin Japanese Soul Food, Kinki Restaurant, Teppei Japanese Restaurant, Nanbantei Restaurant and many more.

Along with the best places to visit in Singapore you can also head towards one of the Japanese Restaurant Singapore to get the taste of some authentic Japanese cuisines. Delight in visiting restaurants where you can experience the Japanese style of eating while having their flavourful dishes such as Sushis, skewers, tempuras, Sashimis, Sales and many more. You can opt for a Bento Box, or Set Lunch or Dinner at most restaurants along with ala carte options. Some restaurants such as Ikoi Japanese Restaurant, will offer you a buffet spread and offer you the option to feast on unlimited helping of their delicious dishes. Several restaurants have omakase-style dining where you will be served dishes as per the chef’s choice. Some of the restaurants that offer omakase meals include Ki Sho Restaurant, Hana Restaurant, Shinzo Japanese Cuisine and more. In many of the restaurants, you will be able to sit in the front row of a bar-style table and be able to watch Japanese chefs at work. Few such restaurants include Teppei Japanese Restaurant, Nanbantei Restaurant etc.

Many Japanese Restaurants in Singapore will delight you with Japanese decor, giving you a glimpse of their culture. Step into Bimi Kaiho Restaurant where you will be enchanted to find Japanese fabric dividers and decorations. Other restaurants offering traditionally decorated seating include Gaijin Japanese Soul Food, Aoki Restaurant etc. Singapore also has a few Michelin star restaurants serving Japanese cuisine such as Sushi Kimura and Shinji by Kanesaka.

Here is the list of best Japanese restaurants in Singapore:

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Kushikatsu Tanaka

An exciting place to go for a meal is Kushikatsu Tanaka, a Japanese Restaurant Singapore,  known especially for its fried dishes made from a family secret recipe.  The Kushikatsu uses fine homemade panko crumbs to prepare various types of deep-fried skewers such as onion, braised pork, bacon cheese, marinated egg, asparagus, scallop etc.

The mix of beef fat and corn oil gives the fries a unique taste that will tantalise your taste buds.  Other than the skewers, the restaurant is also known for its DIY potato salad where you need to mash the potato on your own to your preferred texture. Other than these, you will also find a list of Bentos, mains and bar snacks. For drinks, go for one of the flavourful Jim Beans. Enjoy your food in an ambience which will make you feel that you are in Japan.

Location: 3A River Valley Road, Merchant Court, Clarke Quay Block A #01-01B, Singapore 179020 Singapore

Timing: Monday to Friday: 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM & 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM; Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 PM to 12:00 AM

What to Eat: Skewers, DIY potato salad

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Sushi Kimura

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This Michelin star 22-seater fine dining sushi restaurant is just the place for you to visit if you want to go to a Japanese Restaurant Singapore to celebrate your special occasion. You will be provided options to dine in private and intimate settings that have been traditionally designed.

Opt for Hagi, Raku or Rikyu options and enjoy dishes with a personal touch from Chef Kimura himself. Enjoy seasonally curated Edomae-style delicacies, and have them with your choice of sake and wine. For those who want to opt for more Sushi experience, head towards the Sushi counter.

Location: 390 Orchard Road Palais Renaissance #01-07 Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871 Singapore

Timing: 12:30 PM - 15:00 PM; 19:00 PM - 22:00 PM (Monday Closed)

What to Eat: Sushi

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Ikoi Japanese Restaurant

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This Japanese ala-carte buffet restaurant will delight you with its extensive spread of over 40 dishes containing sashimi, tempura, sushi, ramen along other popular Japanese dishes. All the dishes on the buffet menu will be served on your table as many times as you want.

The restaurant’s Sashimis are especially popular. Try out some of the varieties of Sashimi such as swordfish or Salmon. If you are lucky you may even get some complimentary dishes that are served once in a while. Enjoy the cosy ambience of the small restaurant decorated in a traditional Japanese style.

Location: 401 Havelock Road #01-01 Hotel Miramar Lobby Level Main Wing, Singapore 169631.

Timing: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM & 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

What to Eat: Buffet, Sashimi, Sushi, Tempura, Salmon Skin Temaki

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A premium sushi bar that you can visit is OmotÈ, a Japanese Restaurant Singapore. You will be enchanted by their modern contemporary decor with warm lights to create a cosy ambience. The restaurant is especially known for its Dons such as Grilled Salmon with Mentaiko Sauce Don, Slice Beef Steak Don and Unagi Chirashi Don.

Enjoy these dishes which will delight you with the number of sashimi chucks on the rice. Your dining experience will be enhanced by their warm and friendly staff.

Location: 301 Upper Thomson Road Thomson Plaza #03-24a, Singapore 574408 Singapore

Timing: Wednesday - Sunday: 11:45 AM to 2:15 PM & 5:45 PM to 9:15 PM; Monday: 11.45 AM - 2.15 PM; Closed on Tuesdays

What to Eat: Don of different varieties

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Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant

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One of the Japanese Restaurant Singapore which you can visit to taste some amazing Unagi meals is Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, which is currently known as Unagi Tei Japanese Restaurant.

Feel relaxed stepping inside the pleasant and cosy restaurant tucked around the first block on the street. Be enchanted receiving a warm welcome and feel enticed by the aroma of the Unagi meals that you can witness being prepared through the glass pane looking into the kitchen. Opt for one of them and enjoy having freshly prepared Unagi. Feel fascinated as you watch Chef Nakagawa’s live performance of cleaning and gutting the eel and then grilling it over a charcoal fire pit.

Location: 1 Keong Saik Rd., #01-01, Singapore 089109

Timing: Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday: 11:30 AM – 2:25 PM, 6 PM – 10:30 PM; Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday Closed

What to Eat: Unagi meals

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Bincho at Min Jiang

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Step into Bincho at Min Jiang, a contemporary industrial-chic restaurant, set in the midst of the lush greenery of Dempsey Hill. Revel in an intimate dining experience in a decor of frosted glass panels, charming vaulted roof and copper-hued interiors.

Delight in choosing from a menu that has been based on the 24 mico-seasons of Japan, giving you a glimpse of the best dish each season has on offer. Opt for either a set lunch menu or embark on a gastronomical exploration by trying out an ala cart menu.

Location: 7A &, 7B Dempsey Rd, Singapore 249684

Timing: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, 6 PM – 11:30 PM; Monday Closed

What to Eat: Yakitori Chicken, Uni shabu shabu, Karriage Chicken

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Gaijin Japanese Soul Food

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Enjoy an affordable and fuss-free dining experience at Gaijin Japanese Soul Food, a Japanese Restaurant Singapore. Be seated in the restaurant with a modern Japanese vibe with traditional touch with curtains and classic bar tables.

Enjoy authentic dishes such as Shoyu Tonkotsu with homemade shrimp-base chilli along with other dishes such as Shio Tonkotsu, Tori Katsu Curry Don and others. Enjoy the flavours of Japan in these dishes while seating in the Japanese setting of this restaurant.

Location: 9 King Albert Park, #01-40, Singapore 598332

Timing: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM

What to Eat: Shoyu Tonkotsu, Shio Tonkotsu, ajitsuke tamago, Karaage, Tori Katsu Curry Don

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Kinki Restaurant

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This hip-urban Japanese Restaurant Singapore will charm you with its high-quality Japanese dishes and cocktails. With an impressive view of the Marina Bay waterfront and the skyline beyond, the decor of the restaurant with art murals will surely enchant you.

If you go to the rooftop bar, you will be further delighted watching graffiti by a local artist. While sitting in the midst of this beautiful and artistic decor, taste some of the contemporary and traditional Japanese dishes as a quick grab or as a meal. Try out dishes such as Foie Gras & Scallop Nigiri, Gold Age, Ohmi Wagyu Houba-yaki, Unagi Claypot and many more.

Location: 70 Collyer Quay Customs House #02-02, Singapore 049323 Singapore

Timing: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

What to Eat: Rock and Roll, Teppanyaki Beef, sushi, sashimi

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Teppei Japanese Restaurant

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This small cosy restaurant with mostly bar style sitting is well known for its famous Japanese Omakase dinner, meaning chefs decide what they serve you. Watch them prepare the food with great care and serve them to you after explaining about them.

Try out dishes such as beef with homemade yolk, organic carrot with spicy miso, lobster sashimi, the minced tuna roll, the strawberry and melon sticks and many more.

Location: 1 Tras Link, 01-18 Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867

Timing: Lunch: Mon - Fri: 11:45 AM - 14:30 PM; Sat & Holiday 12:00 PM - 14:30 PM; Dinner: 18:30 PM - 22:30 PM

What to Eat: Omakase Dinner, Kaizen Don, Chirashi cake
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Nanbantei Restaurant

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Visit Nanbantei Restaurant for authentic Japanese Yakitori cuisine. Located conveniently in two locations in the heart of the city, the restaurant has been serving its customers' delicious grilled over charcoal dishes for almost 40 years.

Go for the best experience in this restaurant by sitting in the front row seat and watching your meal being prepared by Yakitori chefs in front of your eyes. Try out mouth watering dishes such as Chicken wings, Tsukune and others along with other choices of a la carte skewered meats, seafood and vegetables. You can also opt for one of the bento sets.

14 Scotts Road # 05 Far East Plaza 132, Singapore 228213 Singapore; 133 New Bridge Road #02-40, Chinatown Point, Singapore 059413

Sundays - Wednesdays:  11:45 AM - 2:30 PM & 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Thursdays - Saturdays : 11:45 AM - 2:30 PM ; 5:45 PM - 10:00 PM

What to Eat:
Chicken wings, Tsukune, Grilled over charcoal dishes

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Tanuki Raw

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Tanuki Raw, a chain of four Japanese restaurants in  Singapore, is well known for its exciting dishes at pocket-friendly prices. You can visit any of the four outlets at Orchard Central, National Design Centre, Airport Boulevard or North Bridge and have a casual dining experience.

The restaurant chain is well known for its drinks such as wine, beer, cocktails etc. If you buy the drinks, you can get some delicious meals at a reduced price.  So, purchase a drink and be delighted being served oysters, Sashimis and others at a reduced price.

Location: 181 Orchard Road Orchard Central 04-01 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896 Singapore ; 111 Middle Road #01-05 National Design Centre, Singapore 188969 Singapore: 78 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819666; 107 North Bridge Road  179105

Timing: 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM

What to Eat: Truffle Yakiniku, Sashimi and Oysters

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Mikoto Singapore

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Get the taste of authentic Kyushu dishes at the small izakaya, Mikoto Singapore. Delight in sitting in the outdoor settings and having your meal enjoying the cool breeze and watching the street scene. Feel excited as you watch the Japanese chef interact with the customers and entertain them while preparing their delicious dishes.

Dig into dishes such as sashimi, roast dishes, tempuras and also try out some of their unique ones, made from parts of chicken, beef or pork. Also, try out the sake at Mikoto at a reasonable price.

Location: 60 Robertson Quay #01-12, Singapore 238252.

Timing: Tuesday - Sunday : 05:00 PM - 11:30 PM; Monday : Closed;

What to Eat: Sashimi, Tempura, Roasts

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Hana Restaurant

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Enjoy modern Japanese cuisine at Hana Restaurant, one of the well known Japanese Restaurant  Singapore. Opt for one of their three signature Omakase and feel delighted experiencing flavourful tastes.

The restaurant is known for serving some new and unique dishes. Try out some of their dishes such as Fried Kaki, Lobster, Garlic Butter Clam and more.

Location: 583 Orchard Road, Forum The Shopping Mall, #01-17, Singapore 238884

Timing: 11:00 AM - 8:30 PM

What to Eat: Garlic Butter Clam, Shishamo Appetise, Fried Kaki, Wagyu Beef, Lobster, Flying Udon, salted egg etc.

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Ki sho Restaurant

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The name Ki-Sho means aristocratic craftsmanship and this is what you will experience while on your dining journey at this restaurant. One of the Japanese Restaurant  Singapore,  the restaurant will enchant you with its building’s architecture, serving dishes and even the tasteful dishes.

The restaurant claims to be a culinary showcase for Japanese artisanship delivered with omotenashi. Delight in having your means in a kappo-style dining room and enjoy mouthwatering dishes such as Tuna Otoro, Chutoro, etc. You can also opt for an Omakase dining experience and let the chef charm you with his choice of dishes.

Location: 29 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228224

Timing: Lunch: Mon – Fri: 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM; Dinner: Mon-Sat: 6:30 PM to 10.30 PM; Closed on Sundays;  Lunch is closed on Public Holidays

What to Eat: Tuna Otoro, Chutoro, Wagyu uni roll

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Aoki Restaurant

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Marvel at the ultimate fine dining experience at Aoki Restaurant, by Chef Kunio Aoki. This 36-seater restaurant is one of the Japanese Restaurant  Singapore where you can enjoy authentic traditional Japanese cuisine.

Delight in being seated in the pristine interiors of the restaurant featuring Japanese woodworks, panels of Kumiko Zaiku along geometric patterned doors and wall panels. You can opt for one of the set lunch cuisines such as the Nilgiri lunch set or let the chef pleasure you with an Omakase dining. You can also go to the sushi bar and delight in tasting some amazing sushi.

Location: 1 Scotts Road, #01-19 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208, (Opposite HSBC Bank, Tanglin Branch)

Timing: Monday to Saturday: Lunch: 11.45 AM to 1.20 PM; 1.30 PM to 3.00 PM

Dinner: 6.30 PM to 10.30 PM; Closed on Sunday

What to Eat: Sushi, baked pudding, Miso soup, cold cucumber salad etc

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Shinji by Kanesaka

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Another Michelin star Japanese Restaurant in Singapore that you can go to for dining in style is Shinji by Kanesaka, where the Michelin star Chef Shinji Kanesaka will treat you with  Edo-style sushi dishes.

The restaurant pays homage to Japanese culture and is built on a carefully woven foundation of key elements essential for providing an authentic dining experience. You can opt for an omakase menu where the team of Japanese artisan chefs will delight you with several authentic dishes.

Location: 76 Bras Basah Road Carlton Hotel Carlton Hotel, Singapore 189558 Singapore

Timing: Monday to Saturday: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM: Sunday closed.

What to Eat: Smoked Sashimi dishes, Sushi

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Shukuu Izakaya

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One of the Japanese Restaurant  Singapore that young guests may love visiting is Shukuu Izakaya. Founded by young professionals crazy for Japanese ambience and cuisine, this izakaya with cosy and chill vibes.

The place has a Japanese ambience that has been created with its in-store furniture placings and decorations. The place is always buzzing with people and is well appreciated for its flavourful cuisines, delicious drinks and authentic Izakaya ambience. Try their Odens, Sakes, Skewers etc and drown them with a glass of beer.

Location: 8 Stanley Street, Singapore (068727)

Timing: Monday - Sunday: 17:30 PM - 22:30 PM

What to Eat: Salmon Don, Skewers, Sakes, Oden

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Shiraishi Restaurant

One of the Japanese Restaurants in  Singapore, where you can have authentic sushi and sashimi, is Shiraishi Restaurant. The restaurant is one of the few restaurants outside japan that serve authentic Edomae Sushi, their specialty.

Opt for Lunch Set or Set Menu and enjoy delicious dishes such as Sushi Edomae Course (Misaki), Sushi-Kaiseki Course, Chouchin Bentoh, Sushi Course (Nagisa) etc. There is also a monthly menu from which you can choose some varieties. Enjoy your meal with a bottle of chilled white Burgundy with an occasional shot of a high-quality Sake.

Location: 7 Raffles Avenue Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore The Ritz-Carlton, Singapore 039799 Singapore

Timing: 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM & 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

What to Eat: Edomae Sushi, tempura

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Tamashii Robataya

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Be sure to have a meal at this Japanese Restaurant  Singapore where the traditional Japanese cuisines have been made special with small innovations in ingredients and preparation methods. The name Tamashii Robataya means “Soul” in Japanese and the restaurant’s owners prepare the food with their heart and soul.

Feel delighted in an intimate counter dining experience based on Kappo cuisine where you will be able to closely watch the chefs preparing the dishes. A star attraction you may look for in this restaurant is Whiskey Sukiyaki, which you can enjoy as a part of a seasonal Omakase experience.

Location: 12 North Canal Road #02-01, Singapore 048825

Monday - Friday 11:30am - 2:30pm,6:30pm - 9:30pm; Saturday 6:30pm - 9:30pm;  Closed on Sundays

What to Eat:
Hyogo Oysters, Sudachi Gel, Ikura, Dill, Aburi Sashimi.

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Shinzo Japanese Cuisine

Another famous Japanese Restaurant in Singapore is Shinzo Japanese Cuisine. The word Shinzo means heart in Japanese. This sushi counter restaurant mainly offers lunch and dinner Omakase and also lunch sets.

Opt for one of the several Omakase on offer and enjoy having mouthwatering delights. The cosy ambience of this place will surely add to your pleasure.

Location: 17 Carpenter St, Singapore 059906

Timing: Monday – Saturday, 12.00 PM  – 3.00 PM, 6.00 PM – 10.30 PM

What to Eat: Sushi, Sake, Omakase

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  1. Which are the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore for the family?

    1. Sushi Kimura: Families can spend their special day at this Michelin star Japanese Restaurant Singapore which will provide you options to dine in private settings. Enjoy Edomae-style dishes with a personal touch of Chef Kimura and couple them with delicious wines and sake.

    2. Kushikatsu Tanaka: If you love fried food, you can take your family to try out this Japanese Restaurant Singapore which is known for its delicious deep-fried skewers and also its DIY potato salads. Try out Jim Beans along with these mouthwatering dishes to get a delightful experience.

    3. Nanbantei Restaurant: Families can enjoy authentic Japanese Yakitori cuisine by visiting any one of the branches of Nanbantei Restaurant. Enjoy grilled over charcoal dishes in this restaurant and opt for either a bento box or ala carte dining.

    4. Ki sho Restaurant: If you want to dine in style with your family, visit the Ki-Sho restaurant, a Japanese Restaurant Singapore that is housed inside an old colonial building. Dine-in a Kappo-style room or other areas and opt for either a delightful Omakase meal or choose your own from the restaurant’s menu.

    5. Aoki Restaurant: One of the restaurants' families will enjoy having their meals is the stylish Aoki Restaurant, known for its stylish interiors. Enjoy having traditional Japanese meals in the form of a lunch set, an Omakase or feast on the various sushi varieties.

  2. Which are the famous brunch places in Singapore?

    1. Ikoi Japanese Restaurant: You can opt for a buffet brunch at the Ikoi Japanese Restaurant and feel delighted watching almost 40 dishes spread out in front of you. Feast on unlimited helpings of tempuras, sushi and many more while sitting in a traditional Japanese style decor.

    2.Nanbantei Restaurant: You can enjoy brunch at the Nanbantei Restaurant, one of the Japanese Restaurant Singapore, known for its Yakitori cuisine. Check out its brunch menu and delight in grilled charcoal dishes. opt for either a bento box or ala carte dining and start your day with an excellent meal.

    3. Teppei Japanese Restaurant: This small cosy restaurant, known for its Japanese Omakase cuisine also serves brunch. Check out its brunch menu which will contain several authentic Japanese dishes. 

    4. Shinzo Japanese Cuisine: Have an enjoyable brunch as a restaurant the name of which means “Heart” Enjoy delicious food sitting in the cosy ambience of the place.

    5. Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant: Another buffet restaurant where you can enjoy an excellent brunch is the Kiseki Japanese Buffet Restaurant, known for its Spicy Sea Moon Snail Salad, Kimchi Pancake, Glass Noodles etc.

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  3. Which are the best rooftop restaurants in Singapore?

    1. Kinki Restaurant & Bar: This Japanese Restaurant Singapore will offer you an excellent mix of traditional and modern Japanese dishes along with eclectic drinks. Sip in your drinks while admiring the new graffiti created by a local artist. 

    2. 1-Atico: Nestled atop Ion Orchard is 1-Atico, a unique combination of a bar, restaurant and lounge. Grab a table at Flat Bar, 1-Atico’s Japanese-Peruvian gastro bar, or try out some delicious Argentinian cuisine at Fire Restaurant. Delight in having a cup of afternoon tea in the Atico Lounge.

    3. Sky Lido: Head towards Sky Lido which is located on the rooftop of Concorde Shopping Centre. Delight in being served a modern take on some of the bistro classics. Feel enchanted looking at the breathtaking sights of the River Valley and Robertson Quay.

    4. Skai: Climb to the 70th floor of the Swissôtel Stamford to have a meal at Skai, the rooftop restaurant. Relish some exquisite grilled meats while looking at the breathtaking view from the top.

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  4. What is the best time to visit Singapore?

    The best time to visit Singapore is in the months of February to April. These months fall within the dry season with low humidity and lots of sunshine making it the best time for enjoying time on the beach, sightseeing and for going on exciting outdoor activities and adventures.

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  5. Is a trip to Singapore costly?

    Yes, a trip to Singapore is a little expensive. If you are going on a 3-day vacation to the country, your total expenses may come to around 900 SGD. While you will be spending 524 SGD on airfare, your accommodation cost per day would be around 25 SGD Transportation per day will cost around 10 SGD and other expenses would be around 150SGD per day.

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Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen