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Welcome to Singapore


Continent: Asia
Capital: Singapore
Population: 5,535,000 (2013)
Dialing Code: +65
Currency: Singapore dollar
Time zone: SST (UTC+8)
Language: English, Tamil, Malay, Standard Mandarin.

Singapore is a global city situated in south East Asia. It is the world’s only Island city state. Singapore’s territory consists of a diamond shaped main island along with 52 other islets. Referred to as the Lion City, the Garden City or the Red Dot this dynamic city offers a mix of cultures, ideas and histories and a healthy dose of modernity that will leave the first time visitor surprised, confused and charmed all at once.

The upscale city has reinvented itself by melding together different cultures, cuisines and architectural styles. Radical and cutting edge tourist developments spring up every day and its reputation for cleanliness is known all over the world. This is shown in the country’s decision to ban Chewing gums. 

In recent years, the city has taken steps to establish itself as a major tourist destination. Significant investments have been made to ensure this such as the Marina Bay Sands, the three-towered skyscraper that now stands as Singapore’s centrepiece; Resorts World Sentosa, which is home to a Universal Studios theme park; and Gardens by the Bay, a remarkable project complete with “supertrees” and two colossal plant domes.Singapore also offers some of the best high end accommodation facilities available anywhere in the world.

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Attraction Overview

The nation’s oldest museum dating back to the 10th and 14th Centuries, the National Museum of Singapore, the Peranakan Museum, the Arts House and the Trick Eye Museum. Sopaholics will have lots of un shopping at the ION Orchard and food lovers will get a taste of the city at the Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre.

A visit to Marine Life Park, the world’s largest oceanarium is a must visit with more than 100, 000 marine animals swimming. How can we forget a stay at the Marina Bay sands for a highly relaxing and indulgent accommodati