Singapore is an island city-State in Southeast Asia, which includes 63 Islands. Was a British colony until 1963 and presents national diversity with its citizens being Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and European roots. In the modern era has witnessed great development and features an economy excellent standard of living, while attracting enough tourists a year who visit for the impressive skyscrapers in New York style, the extensive and attractive market and green oases of natural beauty.


Sentoza Island is one of the islands of Singapore which joins up with the main island by a bridge and cable car. It has beautiful beaches, world-famous aquarium with a wide variety of marine species and Bird Observatory.

Raffles Hotel Is a Grand Victorian edifice in the colonial district of Singapore which has hosted important figures such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Charlie Chaplin etc.

Singapore River: You can enjoy the scenery on the Singapore River and admire the Victorian architecture, the neighborhood with skyscrapers, the statue-the city's symbol, Merlion, who is half lion and half the fish in the region. Finally, here you will find the Boat Quay and Clarke Quay for walk to restaurants, cafes and bars.

Chinatown: Little India and Arab Street each of the districts represents the ethnological and cultural background of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian Singaporean residents respectively. A ride will allow you to get to know the habits, traditional products, manners and customs of the colorful mosaic of cultures of Singapore.

Singapore Art Museum: More than 7,000 artifacts housed in a charming renovated building, thus forming the largest collection of Asian art in the 20th century.

Asian Civilisations Museum and National Museum of Singapore is Singapore's best known Museum with exhibits from the distant past, looking back at the season that was a poor fishing village, in the years of British colonial rule until the current economic development.

Singapore Zoo is one of the best zoos in Asia and hosts a huge variety of exotic species, in establishments which greatly simulate their natural environment. There is a possibility of animal observation with participation in night Safari.


Singapore features excellent public transport network with fast trains and buses. You can use taxi for your movements, while appropriate and walking, pretty sights are within short distances between them.


You can find economic options for your stay, depending on the region where you wish to stay, while there are several luxury hotels which are found mainly in the city centre.


Singapore offers fun options for all tastes in entertainment. The exploration of the Islands, water sports and swimming, the Botanic Garden and huge markets are only a sample of the activities you can enjoy during your stay.  In addition, there are a variety of bars, clubs, restaurants, billiards, Casino, spaces with modern video games etc. in well-known areas such as Orchard Road, Tanjong Pagar, Holland Village and Marina Bay.


Singapore has a wide range of quality restaurants with Chinese, Indian and Malaysian tastes especially but also many choices of international cuisine.

Shopping Guide

Singapore is the ultimate destination for shopping. It has the traditional markets of Chinatown and Arab Street, while the most important commercial street is the bustling Orchard Road.  Singapore has huge variety of all kinds, satisfying even the most demanding buyers, but is especially known for the electronic market.


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