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From Singapore Changi Airport
Head north on Airport Boulevard. Take the exit towards the Budget Terminal/CIAS.
Slight left towards Airport Boulevard. Merge onto Airport Boulevard.
Merge onto PIE (Pan Island Expressway) via the ramp to Singapore Expo/Tuas/TPE/SLE.
Take Exit 15A to merge onto CTE towards City. Take Exit 5 towards Cairnhill Circle.
Merge onto Clemenceau Avenue North.
Continue onto Bideford Road. Continue straight onto Cairnhill Road. Continue onto Grange Road.
Keep left to stay on Grange Road.
Turn right onto Tanglin Road. The St. Regis Singapore will be on the right.
From Woodlands Checkpoint
Head south on Woodlands Checkpoint Viaduct/Woodlands Crossing. Continue onto BKE (Bukit Timah Expressway).
Take Exit 1 to merge onto PIE (Pan Island Expressway) towards Changi Airport.
Take Exit 19 to merge onto Whitley Road towards Stevens Road.
Turn right onto Bukit Timah Road. Take the ramp to Clementi Road/Woodlands Road/Johor.
Merge onto Bukit Timah Road. Turn left onto Evans Road. Continue onto Cluny Road.
Turn left onto Napier Road. Slight left onto Tanglin Road. The St. Regis Singapore will be on the right.
From Tuas Checkpoint
Head southeast on AYE (Ayer Rajah Expressway) towards Exit 26A.
Take Exit 6 to merge onto Alexandra Road.
Keep left to stay on Alexandra Road.
Turn left onto Tanglin Road.
Slight right to stay on Tanglin Road. The St. Regis Singapore will be on the right.
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My wife and I just completed our stay at this beautiful property. The public rooms were spacious and completely up to date, as was our room. We had just disembarked from a cruise and we found the bathroom portion of our room to be larger than the entire stateroom on the cruise. Our early check in request, while not promised, was in fact provided, which was very important to us under our circumstances. In addition to the early check in, the staff was very responsive and having butler service was an added benefit. The only negatives we found were the disorganization of the wait staff at breakfast and as tourists, the location of the property (which was away from the primary attractions, other than for shopping, but since taxis were so inexpensive, it was not as much of problem as it might otherwise have been. first appeared to be).