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Singapore is a microcosm of Asia, populated by Chinese, Malays, Indians and a large group of workers and expatriates from all around the globe, in a country that can be crossed in barely an hour. It is a fairly crowded city and in fact, it is second only to Monaco as the world’s most densely populated country.
Here are some popular travel destinations in Singapore:
Marina Bay Sands: This iconic hotel and resort complex features a rooftop infinity pool, a luxury shopping mall, and a variety of dining and entertainment options.
Gardens by the Bay (map): This 101-hectare nature park features towering Supertrees, a flower dome, and a cloud forest, and is a great place to take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the scenery.
Sentosa Island: This island resort is home to attractions such as Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, and Adventure Cove Waterpark, as well as several beaches, golf courses, and hotels.
Merlion Park: The Merlion, a half-lion, half-fish mythical creature, is the national icon of Singapore. The park is a popular spot for taking photos with the iconic statue and enjoying the views of the waterfront.
Chinatown (map): This historic neighborhood is home to many temples, traditional shops, and street markets selling everything from souvenirs to exotic foods.
Little India (map): This vibrant neighborhood is a feast for the senses, with colorful temples, traditional shops selling Indian spices and textiles, and plenty of street food options.
Clarke Quay (map): This bustling waterfront area is home to a variety of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, as well as river cruises and other water-based activities.
Haw Par Villa (map): This unique theme park features more than 1,000 statues and dioramas depicting Chinese mythology, folklore, and history.
National Museum of Singapore (map): This museum showcases the history, culture, and achievements of Singapore through a variety of interactive exhibits and artifacts.
Pulau Ubin (map), is an offshore island where the last of undeveloped kampongs (villages) and wooden jetties, relaxed inhabitants, rich and preserved wildlife. One of the more popular spots on the island is, Chek Jawa (map), a previous coral reef 5000 years ago, where several ecosystems can be observed in one area.
Some of the anchor events are the Chingay Parade, Singapore Arts Festival and Garden Festival. The Food Festival is held every July to celebrate Singapore’s cuisine. Singaporean food is legendary, with bustling hawker centres and 24-hour coffee shops offering affordable food from all parts of Asia.
• Thematic collection.
Plan your visit according to your interests.
Whether you’re a nature lover, culture buff, thrill-seeker or cocktail enthusiast, Singapore has a wide selection of leisure offerings within easy reach.
Singapore is home to more dishes than you can eat in a lifetime. From Michelin-starred delicacies and international cuisines to scrumptious creations by homegrown chefs and timeless hawker favourites, this is where you can taste it all. Savour new flavours, new atmospheres, and discover the obsession that goes into crafting every dish. ⇒ Where Foodies meet.
ARTS. Singapore’s arts scene is a colourful brew of local works made more diverse with international renowned players performing throughout the year.
HISTORY. Singapore’s amazing tale tells of a once sleepy fishing village that defied the odds to transform itself into a first-world metropolis.
RECREATION & LEISURE. Whether it’s riding a roller coaster or skydiving indoors, there’s no shortage of fun activities to experience in Singapore.
REIMAGINE SINGAPORE AFTER DARK. From late-night supper runs to early-morning workout sessions, join our very own local guides for a night adventure in the city that never sleeps.
#1 Gardens by the Bay
Located by the Marina Bay Waterfront in the heart of Singapore. This oasis of lush greenery has won multiple accolades since it first opened.
Singapore’s Chinatown is primary attraction is the town itself, composed as it is of restored shophouses full of strange little shops.
• Public Transport.
Guide to traveling to and getting around in the Singapore.
⇒ 3-DAY PASS. A special EZ-Link card that offers tourists unlimited travel* on Singapore’s basic bus services, MRT and LRT trains for 3 days duration. + THE SINGAPORE TOURIST PASS
Singapore has a modern and efficient public transport system that is widely regarded as one of the best in the world.
Transport Tools | Map – Plan Your Journey. + Paying for Your Ride
⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: GETTING AROUND SINGAPORE (visitsingapore.com)
BUS: SBS Bus • SMRT • Go-Ahead • Tower Transit. + Special overnight routes ⇒ SMRT NightRider • Nite Owl. The buses are air-conditioned and equipped with modern features such as free Wi-Fi, USB charging ports, and real-time bus arrival information.
TRAIN: SMRT ⇒ the North-South Line, East-West Line, Circle Line, Thomson-East Coast Line and the Bukit Panjang LRT. SBS ⇒ the North East Line and the Downtown Line, and the Sengkang-Punggol LRT.
AIRPORT: Singapore Changi Airport. Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are connected by a complimentary Skytrain service in both the public and transit areas. Operating hours: 0430 – 0130 hrs
FERRY: Marina South Ferries is a ferry transportation service that provides both public and private charters to the Southern Islands of Singapore. + Explore Singapore’s islands. Find out the ferry services available for your destinations ⇒ Ferry Operators.
Think you know Singapore?
An island? A city? A country? Think again.
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Head to www.visitsingapore.com for more trip planning ideas.
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• Useful websites.
Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.