That's like asking: "what sort of car suitable for going to Orchard Road?"
I would say: The best thing you can do for yourself is find out more about the different types of filters, then you can make an informed decision about what filters you need. Please don't go around asking for advice like this. The answers you get can be misleading.
There are a few general types:
1) Neutral Density
2) Graduated Neutral Density
3) Circular Polarizer
5) Protector, Guard
7) Special effects (starburst, soft-focus, close focus, etc)
8) and probably more which I've missed out.
Thats the guide line for TS. TS need to do his/her own research and testing to find out what works best for him/her.
Brand wise B/W and Hoya are the most popular, Kenko is good value for money. There are many many other brands at different price range. In fact Canon also has it's UV Filter