Known as “the fine country” Singapore is an exciting, tropical island paradise, beautiful beaches, with magical neighbouring islands – St. John, Kusu and Sister’s Islands. A city of arts, culture, and museums, Singapore is one of the cleanest cities on earth and a playground for the rich and wealthy – luxury dining, five star hotels – a dream tourist destination, stunning views, sensational Singapore has it all.
A popular tourist destinations, Singapore is famous not only for its scenery and amazing tourist attractions but also cuisines of many flavours – Malaysia, China, Indonesia and India to name but a few. Although there will always be a queue for Tian Tian chicken rice there are some fabulous new foods to try in Singapore. Singapore has immense influence around the world – economy, fashion, media, entertainment, the arts, world class education. A definite must for any tourist.
Singapore Before You Travel
Officially discovered in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles, Singapore was founded as a British Colony, occupied by the British who made their presence known.
Known as “Lion City” or the “Little Red Dot”, Singapore is located in South East Asia at the southern tip of the Malaysian Peninsula between Malaysia and Indonesia, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean, and the adjoining Caspian Sea and Arabian Sea. Singapore is renowned for; its fast growing economy, best airport in the world, community dedication, Singapore Zoo – one of the best in the world, outstanding infrastructure and world class education, with English, Mandarin, Malay and Thai as the official languages and the Singapore dollar as the official currency.
Cash, prepaid credit and debit cards, and traveller’s cheques are widely accepted and currency can be changed at one of Singapore’s well known money changing hubs. Cars drive on the left side of the road. Electricity in Singapore is a standard 230 AC volts with 50 Hz, G type power sockets, plugs and plug adapters should also be used. Gas is supplied by an industrial gas supplier who supplies all types of gases from Nitrogen to Carbon Dioxide. A valid passport together with return tickets are required travelling to Bali. Visas are not required for the first 90 days of your visit.
Located very close to the equator, weather in Singapore is a warm, tropical all year round climate with abundant rainfall, high temperatures and high humidity throughout the year, February is the best month to visit as it is the driest, November to January are the wettest as it is the monsoon season.
Known as “The Garden City State”, Singapore oozes beauty, perfection, peace and tranquillity, so much to choose from in this incredible treasure trove. Choose from cultivating culture, art, festivals and more. Singapore is paradise, perfect with outstanding tourism, incredible things to see and do, showing this iconic island’s commitment to tourism.
Oozing perfection and beauty, Singapore appeals too many with its beauty, stunning, enchanting scenery – stunning Singapore has it all. Consider visiting the following attractions on your trip to Singapore; Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Universal Studios Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa and more - enjoying everything this magical tropical paradise has to offer.
Singapore Highlights and Attractions
Singapore is the perfect destination for any tourist with so much to choose from, here is our pick of the highlights in Singapore, we think deserve a mention;
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore City Tour, visit Singapore Zoo, Chinatown Trishaw Night, Buddha tooth Relic, Sky Dining Singapore and more - tempt your taste buds with delicious, mouth-watering food, cooked to world class standards.
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