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Looking to experience three parts of Asia at once? Plan a trip to the city-state of Singapore, a true melting pot of cultures that prides itself on its racial, religious and linguistic diversity.

With its friendly people, colourful streets and mouth-watering food, the City of Lions (simha pura) will leave you amazed that someplace so small could pack an identity so large. You can book your Singapore car hire with Enjoy Travel.

Things to Do in Singapore


Weather in Singapore

Being close to the equator, Singapore has a tropical climate that is characterised by high temperatures (ranges between 26 - 32 °C) and rainfall throughout the year. November and December see peak precipitation so we’d suggest you visit between January to April since that’s when the climate is relatively dry and pleasant.

Singaporean culture

Over three-fourths of Singapore’s population is of Chinese ethnicity; the next biggest ethnic groups are Malays (15%) and Indians (7.5%).


This city-state sits on the tip of the Malaysian Peninsula and consists of about 65 islands and islets, the largest of which is Pulao Ujong – also called Singapore Island.

Things to Do in Singapore


Explore the varied neighbourhoods

It can take a while to piece together the vibe of this multicultural city, so we recommend spending as much time in Singapore’s many ethnic enclaves as you can! Start at Chinatown or Little India. Chinatown is famous for not only its street food, souvenir shops and Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, but also the Sri Mariamman Temple, a Hindu place of worship. Little India, on the other hand, feels like a street in Chennai or Mumbai, complete with jewellery stores, shouting vendors and bustling tea stalls.

Learn about Singaporean history

To learn about Singapore’s colonial past, visit the Singapore City Gallery, Arts House (once the city’s parliament!), Changi Museum and Indian National Army Monument. Most of these highlight the city’s role in the Second World War, though they also narrate its medieval origins.

Modern architecture

Modern Singapore expresses itself in the Helix Bridge, a pedestrian bridge modelled to look like a strand of DNA, and Parkview Square, which you could have sworn looks like it belongs in Gotham City. 

Spend a day at Sentosa Island

For something dreamier, visit Sentosa Island, a haven of beautiful beaches and old pirate legends. This is also where Universal Studios Singapore is.

Eating Out in Singapore


The streets of Singapore are always thick with the aroma of Asian dishes. Salivate over the country’s national dish, Hainanese chicken rice, or go for a South Indian thaali for a cornucopia of flavours. Don’t miss out on Nasi Lemak, a unique Malay snack consisting of rice and meat cooked together in coconut milk while wrapped in a pandan leaf.

Transport in Singapore


Singapore airport

To enter Singapore, fly to Changi Airport (SIN) – which has flights from over 100 airlines, and is connected to around 400 destinations – or drive in from Western Malaysia.

Public transport

Within the city, buy a Singapore Tourist Pass and use it to travel cheaply in the highly efficient Mass Rapid Transit and bus systems. Metered taxis are available in most areas.

Driving in Singapore

If you’re travelling with family or a large group of friends, consider renting a 7-seater or 9-seater van or minibus to give you the freedom and flexibility to explore Singapore at your own pace.

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FAQs about car hire in Singapore

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car in Singapore

The average cost to hire a Singapore is $64 per day.
Car hire rates in Singapore start from just $49 per day.
For most car hire companies in Singapore you must be aged 23 and over to hire a car. Some companies will lease to 18 and older.
Yes, it is possible to add extra drivers to your car hire agreement in Singapore.
Traffic can be heavy and road spaces tight, so we recommend a compact car such as a Toyota Corolla.
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