Be one of 14 invited overseas bloggers to join us at Singapore’s biggest annual blogging event - the Singapore Blog Awards 2012!
This year, the awards ceremony for Singapore Blog Awards 2012 will be held at the world’s largest observatory wheel, The Singapore Flyer, where you will get a chance to meet more than 300 Singapore bloggers during the prestigious awards ceremony!
We invite you to submit your particulars for a chance to join us at the Singapore Blog Awards 2012 award ceremony. Selected overseas bloggers will receive a 3D2N hotel accommodation sponsorship in one of seven participating hotels under Far East Hospitality Hotel & Residences in Singapore!*
Register your interest by completing the form below, including a 50-word description of why Far East Hospitality should be sponsoring your stay in Singapore. Closing date for registration is 15 June 2012..
The 14 shortlisted overseas bloggers will be notified via email by 20 June 2012.
*Note: Sponsorship is NOT inclusive of airfare to and from Singapore, or any other expenses incurred during your stay.
Participating Hotels under Far East Hospitality Group
Oasia Hotel Singapore is Far East Hospitality’s newest hotel brand. Conveniently-located in the charming Novena enclave (just 02 MRT train stations away from the bustling Orchard Road shopping belt), Oasia Hotel offers great value for both business and leisure travelers seeking an oasis in the city.
Here in Oasia Hotel, thoughtful and intuitive service is our hallmark. Our highly-personalised service, combined with our cosy and comfortable guest rooms, Oasia Hotel a home away from home for our guests.
Oasia Hotel is also fitted with the latest technologies, such as interactive TV and WiFi, to keep you entertained and connected to the rest of the world. Make Oasia your oasis.
Quincy is an exclusive designer hotel label providing greatest convenience to our guests. It defies the popular notion that a hotel cannot be geared towards work and play, business and leisure travellers, at the same time. The brand offers state of the art technologies to business travellers, yet does take itself too seriously. This can be seen from the playful splashes of colour in the nooks and corners around the hotel. Even its infinity pool comes with a pool deck illuminated with colour-changing LED lights.
The Quincy Hotel in Singapore, the first hotel of the brand has won the Travellers' Choice 2011 and 2012 award from Tripadvisor, Quincy carves out its niche in catering towards modern-day business travellers and leisure travellers seeking a departure from the run-of-the-mill hotel accommodation. A trademark of the brand is its full board, which ensures that guests can concentrate on work or simply having fun without worrying where to have their next meal. This also allows for great overall cost savings on your overseas trip.
Voted the Trendiest Hotel by TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice, Quincy is without doubt one of the hippest hotels in Singapore, with its LED lit infinity glass pool overlooking the city. The boutique hotel is a mere 10-minute walk from the world famous Orchard Road shopping belt. The fashionable Quincy even provides a free limousine pick-up service for guests upon arrival at Changi International Airport.
With stunning city views, each stylish studio comes complete with a 42-inch flat-screen cable TV, premium mattresses, 400-thread-count bed sheets, feather pillows, modern glass bathroom with Molton Brown toiletries, complimentary Wi-Fi access and a free minibar. What's more, cocktails and beer are on the house at the bar every evening.
Located at the entrance of the Orchard Road, Singapore’s most famous shopping belt, Orchard Parade Hotel is just a 10 minute walk from Lido Cineplex and major shopping centers such as ION Orchard, Wisma Atria and Ngee Ann City. It is also within 10 minutes by foot to Scotts Road, another famous shopping district in Singapore. The same amount of walking time will bring you to Orchard MRT station, which can connect you to other parts of the country.
With the hotel itself also providing a myriad of retail options ranging from fine wines and cigars to even a tailor for made-to-measure suits, guests will definitely be spoilt for choice. Business travellers will enjoy the accessibility of Orchard Parade Hotel. A 10-minute drive will get you to the Central Business District or Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre. Orchard Parade Hotel is also only 30 minutes from Changi International Airport.
Located at the entrance of the famous Orchard road shopping district and only 25 minutes away from Changi International Airport, the Elizabeth Hotel offers a very unique proposition unlike many other hotels in Singapore. The hotel as its name suggests has a distinct British accent with its entrance of modern chandeliers and black marble counters accentuated by warm back lights. The overall look and feel of the interior décor is one timeless elegance, with strong tones of colonial influences.
A truly a preferred choice for both business and leisure travelers looking for a hotel with character, but with the easy accessibility to Orchard Road.
Located in the Arab Street and Kampong Glam enclave, and a mere stone’s throw away from Bugs Village and Little India, Landmark Village Hotel is at the crossroads of Singapore’s Arab, Peranakan and Indian enclaves. These multicultural and multinational influences are seen in the Indian, Chinese, Middle Eastern and international cuisines at the hotel’s three restaurants dining options.
Guests can choose to either explore the maze of tiny shops in the side streets of Kampong Glam, Bugis Village and Haji Lane, which has small boutiques stocked with offbeat labels not find in the Singapore malls or indulge in a major shopping spree at the mega shopping centres of Bugis Junction and Iluma. The Bugis MRT station is a mere 5 minutes walk away. From there, guests can easily commute to the shopping belt of Orchard or the Central Business Districts of City Hall, Raffles City or Tanjong Pagar.
Besides its location, Landmark Village Hotel's key selling point is its spacious rooms, which start from 32sqm for its entry level Superior Room to up a generous 64sqm for its Executive Club Suite.
Landmark Village Hotel is in the midst of a major revitalization programme, so be prepared to be wowed once the facelift is complete, akin to seeing a butterfly emerge from a cocoon.
Located just 10 min away from Changi International Airport and 20 minutes from the Orchard Shopping district by car, Changi Village Hotel is unlike the other hotels in Singapore. The hotel is immensely popular with business travellers attending trade shows at the Singapore Expo, which is just a 15 minute journey away. With its proximity to the airport, the hotel is also a hot favourite with transfer passengers who have a one or two day stopover in our island nation. (80 words)
However, like an airport hotel, Changi Village Hotel provides a myriad of different activities for guests. It transports guests to a surreal environment, a stark departure from the hustle and bustle of the modern day island nation, which is why the hotel is also very popular with locals seeking a weekend staycation. Go on a mini eco tourism trip to see the relatively untouched island of Pulau Ubin and the flora and fauna of the Chek Jawa Wetlands, which are just a short bumboat ride away from Changi Ferry Terminal. Or simply take a leisurely stroll on the Western Coastline to enjoy the scenic Changi coastline between Changi Beach Club and Changi Sailing Club.
The 210 room Albert Court Village Hotel is located in the city centre of Singapore, in between the shopping paradise of Orchard Road, the cultural enclave of Little India and the entertainment district of Bugis. The design of the hotel is a melting pot of Indian and Peranakan influences with Straits Chinese carvings and motifs that adorn the walls of its conservation pre-war shop houses. This heritage hotel has become the landmark of the Arts and Heritage District of Singapore and has attracted many leisure tourists.
This gorgeous boutqiue hotel also provides a unique blend of nostalgia and modern day facilities such as Broadband internet access and Cable TV which are prerequisites for both business and leisure travellers.
If you are a person who loves cultural and heritage, Albert Court Village Hotel is the choice for you, which is a unique juxtaposition of Indian and Straits Chinese influences and the meeting point of nostalgia and modernity.
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