About Singapore

Singapore’s cultural and heritage trips showcase the old traditions which are still very much alive. Get a blast from the past by heading down to any of these ethnic enclaves: Chinatown, Kampong Glam, Arab Street and Little India. Each quarter unveils traditional arte facts, clothing, ethnic delicacies and other cultural treasures.

For starters, you could enjoy the Chinese antiques, traditional costumes or calligraphy of Chinatown, then have a whiff of assorted spices at Little India and purchase a sari or some jewellery for a loved one. Finally, hurry down to Kampong Glam and Arab Street for bazaar-style shopping and be intrigued by the exquisitely hand-made batiks from Indonesia and Malaysia – without ever leaving the country!

Country name: Republic of Singapore

Capital: Singapore

Location: An island and islets in the heart of Southeast Asia, between Malaysia and Indonesia

Climate: Tropical. It’s hot and sunny all year, with two monsoon seasons (December to March and June to September) bringing heavy rains

Currency: Singapore Dollar

Language: Malay, Mandarin, Tamil and English are the 4 official languages in Singapore. The national language shall be the Malay language and shall be in the Roman script.

International country code: +65

Despite its small size, there are many things to see, do and experience in Singapore. Even Singaporeans who have lived most of their lives in their home country constantly discover new things about their rich cultural heritage and explore new spaces being evolved as part of the city’s vibrancy.

In fact, Singapore’s rich cultural artefacts, interesting historical monuments, idyllic nature spots and fun tropical spaces make the country an exciting leisure destination, indoors or outdoors.

These are just a few of the exciting attractions that dot the island:
Singapore River Festival
Don’t miss the Singapore River Festival as it comes alive with its exciting line-up of performances that include a dazzling bumboat parade, a romantic dance musical and magnificent aerial performances. This extravagant celebration of water, heritage and entertainment offers free nightly events and activities, all happening on and along the river itself. The wide array of food and beverage establishments available will round up the festive atmosphere as revelers soak in a magical nightlife experience
Check out  the official  Singapore River Festival website for more information.

Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
The Sands SkyPark is an awe-inspiring engineering wonder. This unique structural masterpiece, designed by visionary architect Moshe Safdie, floats atop the three soaring Marina Bay Sands hotel towers 200m in the sky. With an impressive 12,400 square meters of space, the Sands SkyPark can host up to 3900 people. The gravity-defying cantilever is one of the largest of its kind in the world. From the observation deck, hundreds of visitors at a time can feast their eyes on the unforgettable panorama view of the Marina Bay area.ici
Resorts World™ Sentosa
Resorts World™ Sentosa is a collection of six hotels and attractions with fun-filled offerings for the entire family. It is home to Southeast Asia’s first and only Universal Studios theme park, the world’s largest Marine Life Park, a destination spa – ESPA and a designer casino decked with exciting gaming opportunities. Six unique hotels complemented by creative meeting facilities, world-class shows and public entertainment, as well as celebrity dining and shopping options at FestiveWalk complete the experience.
One of the city’s livelier spots is undoubtedly Sentosa, a sun-kissed paradise in the tropics which has more than enough attractions and activities to delight everyone! You can learn about Singapore’s past at the heritage centre, enjoy the lush greenery at the nature park and explore the themed attractions, which are dotted all over this island.
Singapore Flyer
If it’s an unbeatable “rooftop” view of the Singapore skyline that you want, hop on board the Singapore Flyer, our very own observation wheel which stands at a staggering height of 165 metres. As the capsule you’re in ascends, you may even catch sight of our closest neighbours, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Singapore Zoo
Another sunny spot to head down to is the Singapore Zoo. If you’re early, you can catch breakfast with an orang utan, or lend your shoulder to an affectionate python. These are just a few encounters you’ll get at Singapore’s highly acclaimed 28-hectare “open” zoo which houses over 3,200 mammals, birds, reptiles and fishes.
Night Safari
If you’re an animal lover but can’t bear the heat of the midday sun, take a trip to Singapore’s Night Safari to enjoy wildlife under the moonlight. The night zoo is home to 900 over animals of 135 unusual species, and simulates tropical landscapes such as the African savannah, Nepalese river valley, Southeast Asian rainforest, South American pampas and Burmese jungle.

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