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Walk past this bar and you would be forgiven for thinking it was, well, a library. In fact, The Library was one of the first speakeasies to open in Singapore and may others have since opened in its wake. Make sure you get the password from its sister restaurant The Study's Facebook or Twitter pages first - they post every Monday in a somewhat cryptic manner. Then go behind a bookshelf, push open a giant mirrored door and enter a hidden world where cocktails are served in miniature baths and steaming teapots.
If the Grand Prix has unleashed your inner petrol-head, experience the thrill of driving on the official F1 circuit in a supercar for yourself. Get behind the wheel and put peddle to the metal as you speed along the track and onto the highway. If you don’t feel brave enough to drive yourself, sit back, feel the wind in your hair and let a professional driver take the wheel.
For the best views in town head to Ce La Vi, the roof top bar located on the 57th floor of the iconic Marina Bay Sands. It’s not just the views that will take your breath away, the cocktails that the fantastic mixologists create are delicious.
See the sights of Singapore whilst eating mouthwatering cuisine onboard the Gourmet Bus. A far cry from your usual tour bus, the interior resembles that of a trendy restaurant and the Indo-Chinese food is delicious. Night-time rides provide a feast for the senses as you pass the lit-up landmarks such as the National Gallery, Marina Bay Sands and Singapore Flyer.
Hotels around the world are competing to be the quirkiest, from a tree house in Norway to a pod overhanging a cliff in Chile. You don’t have to go to the other side of the world to experience such new designs however, as Resort World in Sentosa has suites to rival them all. Guests get to experience both land and sea in these exclusive suites: the upper floor opens up to a private patio and Jacuzzi, while the lower floor houses the bedroom with an underwater view of the aquarium. Lie in bed and watch the marine life swim by.
Exploring Singapore by Segway puts a new spin on the city – simply, it is just a bit more fun. Pop on your helmet, step aboard and do your sightseeing in style. Tours are available around the Marina or you could ride an off-road track in Sentosa.
From $7,000 pp
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