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1929 Hotel Singapore
The 1929 Hotel Singapore is conveniently situated near Chinatown, MRT station. The hotel is a short walk from the bustling clubs and restaurants as well as a 5-minute taxi ride from the heart of the city's business district. All the 32 stylish and comfortable guest rooms are equipped with ...

Albert Court Hotel Singapore
Guests at the Albert Court Hotel can enjoy a range of its in-house services and facilities whilst at the same time, experience the exotic sights, scents and sounds of this culturally rich and commercially vibrant area. An area where fragrant Indian spices, stock - crammed shophouses ...

Allson Hotel Singapore
The Allson Hotel Singapore is conveniently located round the corner of the Central Business District. It is within minutes of walk to the International Convention and Exhibition Centre at Suntec City, the Mass Rapid Transit Station (MRT), Raffles City and Marina Square. It also of easy access to the Singapore Expo ...

Amara Hotel Singapore
Step into the luxurious convenience of inner city living at Amara Singapore and treat your senses to the natural beauty Amara Singapore presents to its guests. Soothing Balinese decor and lush surroundings lend an air of peace and tranquillity. Recently reborn after a complete refurbishment, Singapore hotel ...

Berjaya Duxton Hotel Singapore
In the heart of Tanjong Pagar, a gracious tradition lives on. With a facade reminiscent of the Straits Chinese trading houses that once dominated this area of Singapore, the interior of Berjaya Duxton Hotel evokes an understated elegance of days long past, welcoming guests to the comforts of a Colonial residence ...

Broadway Hotel Singapore
Situated on Serangoon Road in the heart of Little India the Broadway Hotel is well served by public transport. Clean, comfortable and ample sized rooms together with friendly service have given the Broadway a well-deserved reputation as excellent value for money ...

Carlton Hotel Singapore
The Carlton Hotel is situated in the heart of Singapore exciting cosmopolitan city. Undisputedly one of the most sought after business class hotel in the tropical island of Singapore, the 627 room hotel is well placed at the crossroads of Singapore's busiest financial and shopping districts ...

Chinatown Hotel Singapore
The Chinatown Hotel is located along Teck Lim Road, within the Central Business District. It is right at the heart of Singapore's most historic, colourful and well-known ethnic area - Chinatown. Within walking distance are the Outram Park Mass Rapid Transit system, world famous People's Park and a budget ...

City Bayview Hotel Singapore
The City Bayview Hotel Singapore is located in the heart of the town and just minutes away from all attractions. Conveniently situated near Singapore’s central business district, convention centres and the main shopping belt, this hotel is fully equipped to meet both your business and vacation ...


Claremont Hotel Singapore
The Claremont hotel is ideal for vacation travellers. It addresses the needs of today astute traveller, providing comfort and facilities. The Claremont is located directly opposite the mega shopping mall - Mustafa Centre. It is within walking distance to Farrer Park MRT station and wide variety of restaurants ...

Conrad International Centennial Hotel Singapore
The Conrad International Centennial Hotel Singapore is ideally situated in the heart of Singapore’s business, shopping and entertainment districts of Marina Bay. It provides 484 rooms and 25 suites with all necessary amenities. The restaurants serve creative buffets and a la carte specialities for its guests ...

Copthorne King's Hotel Singapore
Copthorne King's Hotel is ideally situated by the historic Singapore River with easy access through major expressway and the convenience of the Mass Rapid Transit. Close to the business district as well as the shopping and entertainment circuit- Chinatown, Orchard Road shopping belt, Clarke Quay and Boat Quay ...

Copthorne Orchid Hotel Singapore
The Copthorne Orchid Hotel is set in lush greenery in the midst of an exclusive residential district, just 5 minutes from the shopping and entertainment area of Orchard Road, 15 min from the Central Business District and 20 minutes from Changi ...

Costa Sands Resorts East Coast
Costa Sands Resorts East Coast is nestled along the sunny eastern coastline of Singapore. There are a wide variety of sea sports you can indulge in, from wind surfing to sailing. Other facilities in and around the resort include tennis, squash, bowling and cycling. The resort offers 360 comfortable rooms ...

Crown Hotel at Orchard Singapore
Located in the middle of Orchard Road, Crown Prince Hotel Singapore is within walking distance to leading department stores and entertainment centres. There are also two MRT stations close by. The business district of Shenton Way and Raffles Place ...

Elizabeth Hotel Singapore
The Elizabeth Hotel Singapore is situated within the Orchard Road and the Central Business District. It is also within close proximity to the major shopping centres, Financial District, Newton Circus Hawker Centre and Exhibition Centre. This is a unique hotel with neo-classical architecture ...

Excelsior Hotel Singapore
Peninsula Excelsior Hotel is a peaceful retreat in the middle of Singapore's bustling Civic District. It is just a stone throw's from the historical Singapore River, where the island's early immigrants first set foot. Attractions range from the quaint charms of China Town and many interesting churches and ...

Fort Canning Lodge Singapore
The Fort Canning Lodge combines a strategic location and beautiful surroundings to offer 212 beautifully furnished rooms and family suites in one of Singapore's greenest parts of the city. Located in the Fort Canning area, near Orchard Road, the Lodge is ideal for both leisure tourists and ...

Fragrance Hotel - Crystal
Fragrance Hotel - Crystal, Singapore. Located in the Geylang suburb, the Fragrance Hotel - Crystal is close to both commercial and leisure centres. All the 125 guest rooms here are decorated in modern style and come with en-suite bathrooms. The hotel is also well ...

Fragrance Hotel - Emerald
Fragrance Hotel - Emerald is the perfect venue to stay at, in Singapore. It is at a close proximity to the Singapore Expo and the Central Business District. There are numerous restaurants, shopping malls and entertainment outlets located close by, taking care of all your needs. The hotel offers ...

Fragrance Hotel - Pearl
Being in a central area yet away from the maddening crowd, Fragrance Hotel-Pearl enjoys strategic location that every guest values. It takes only 10 minutes by taxi to reach the Central Business District. The nearby Mass Railway Transit will connect you virtually to every part of this beautiful island ...

Fragrance Hotel - Ruby
This elegant 8-storey Fragrance Hotel is a home away from home in the hustle and bustle of thriving Singapore city. With modern architecture exuding quiet elegance, the hotel gives an atmosphere of warmth and comfort for tired travellers. Each of the 168 rooms is exquisitely ...

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We have all seen and read media reports and statistics about the perils of not taking out travel insurance. There is certainly plenty of information on the internet for travellers regarding the importance of insurance. Despite this, however, recent research by the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) indicates that one in five British travellers still neglect to take out travel insurance for their trips and holidays.

The British Foreign Office and their 'Know Before You Go' service provides excellent and free travel advice and country information to assist travellers before they set off. They also warn of the potentially dire financial consequences for those who risk setting off without travel insurance.

It appears that despite all the warnings many holidaymakers are still either unaware of the risk they are taking, or prepared to take a chance. This is a case of false economy as the cost of travel insurance is very cheap compared to the bills that could mount up over problems that arise while travelling overseas.

The ABTA research has shown that younger travellers, mainly the 15-24 age group, are the most uninformed as they believe that if anything bad happens to them while abroad the government will pick up the cost and take care of it for them. This could not be further from the truth. Many young travellers go abroad with friends, or on adventure holidays, or for Hen or Stag parties so are at particular risk. However, it is important to remember that if intoxication or rowdy behaviour result in injury, fines, or arrest your consulate or embassy cannot pay the bills for you or secure your release.

The sad reality for the families or parents of young travellers who get into trouble abroad is that they are going to receive a desperate telephone call for help and will have no option but to come up with the needed funds. The British Embassy or Consulate will go as far as making calls and contacting friends and relatives for them and advise on the transfer of funds, but that is about the extent of their assistance. The government does not cover payments for hospital treatment, nor does it pay to fly anyone home (repatriate them) or provide funds if they run out of money, get arrested, or have all their money and possessions stolen.

If a traveller is seriously injured or ill and needs to be flown home by air ambulance the costs are truly frightening - running into thousands of pounds for those who do not have adequate travel insurance.

Single Trip travel insurance can be surprisingly cheap, and even the minimum amount of cover it provides can be vital. For young travellers Backpacker policies are very affordable and still provide the necessary cover for medical treatment, liability and legal expenses. There are, of course, terms and conditions as with any type of insurance and policies differ from company to company so it is important to check. Having that insurance policy tucked in your pocket or hand luggage is not a license to act irresponsibly, or put yourself in harm's way. It is unlikely to cover incidents that are found to be related to the excessive consumption of alcohol or drug use.

The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) provides a level of cover for emergency medical treatment in participating member countries, and it is important to carry this (free) card, along with comprehensive travel insurance - but never instead of insurance. The EHIC does not cover anything much other than emergency medical expenses, and does not cover non-urgent or follow-up care. It also does not cover the cost of medical repatriation by air ambulance, if this should become necessary.

Repatriation costs can amount to as much as £45,000 from the East Coast of the USA, up to £16,000 from destinations like Tenerife, and up to £20,000 from destinations 'down under'. Consider whether you have that sort of disposable money lying around? Most people do not!

Imagine suddenly finding yourself responsible for debt of this kind, either for yourself or for a travelling dependent. In these harsh economical times unexpected expenses of this kind would be totally devastating. Why take such a risk?