Attentive to everyone’s needs in terms of quality and budget, the Michelin Singapore Guide is accessible to everyone and suitable for all types of use.
A Restaurant Guide for Everyone
The Michelin guide truly is for everyone because it enables each reader to find the right hotel or restaurant. For each comfort and price category – from luxury hotels to traditional inns and from outstanding gourmet restaurants to small bistros – and regardless of the reader’s desires, budget, or style of establishment and cuisine sought after, every year the MICHELIN guide offers a very broad selection of hotels and restaurants that have been rigorously tested by professional, anonymous inspectors. While the stars are the distinctions that get the most media coverage, they represent barely 10% of the guides’ selection.
All of the practical information, ratings and distinctions are revised and updated every year to give readers the most reliable information possible. Attentive to everyone’s needs in terms of quality and budget, the guide must also be accessible to everyone and suitable for all types of use.
Constantly evolving to stay in tune with its time and committed to adapting to today’s increasingly mobile, nomadic lifestyles, the Michelin guide is today more widely accessible than ever. In addition to the printed guide, onboard navigation systems as well as Web and mobile-based versions provide digital solutions that enable users to launch multi-criteria searches, find a nearby hotel or restaurant and locate it on a map.
Thanks to the complementarity between the paper and digital versions, and with more than 45,000 hotels and restaurants selected around the world, the Michelin guide provides day-to-day assistance to millions of travelers with the goal of enhancing their enjoyment and making their trip safer. Since it was first published in 1900, the guide has shared the same mission as the Michelin Group, which is to provide “a better way forward.”