Singapore is an island country of the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor, and from Indonesia's Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait. Singapore has a strategic location for Southeast Asian sea routes.

Singapore is a dynamic city-state whose blend of Asian cultures and Western attitudes has made it the most stable economy in the region and the logical gateway to Southeast Asia.

The city is justly proud of its efficiency, cleanliness, and its highly developed infrastructure - outstripping most Western cities in these respects. For much of your stay, your only reminder that you are in Asia will be the muggy heat and spicy food; for the rest there are shopping centres and world-class restaurants that could take their place in any city in the world.

Other attractions include ever-popular Sentosa Island, the tranquility of the Chinese Gardens and the world-renowned Night Safari at the Singapore Zoo. But, the soul of Singapore is more likely to be found in the wonderful ethnic diversity celebrated in the daily life of Little India, Arab Street and Chinatown. This is the side of Singapore that retains its identity in the face of the government's headlong rush into modernity.

Although seldom considered as a holiday destination in itself, Singapore is a wonderful place to spend a few days or so, acclimatising to the pace of life and culture of Asia, and exploring the exciting and multi-cultural blend of excellent food, shopping and diverse, hospitable people

Singapore Zoo and the Night Safari
Sentosa Island
The Botanic Garden
Chinese and Japanese Gardens
Little India
Boat Quay
Raffles Hotel
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