Flight to Singapore
Singapore is a city like no other. Extravagant and unique, it shines brightly amongst the world's most modern cities. Everything about Singapore is cutting edge and bustling. See the surreal "boat hotel", an architectural prowess, or the many lush gardens scattered throughout the city. Singapore encompasses 64 islands, the biggest of which is Pulau Ujong. 10 million tourists visit each year.
A daring city-state
In Singapore you will feel safe and enjoy a lifestyle that is somewhat British. Chic and opulent, the city mesmerizes even the most experienced travelers. Singapore is an island, a state and a city. It stretches over 700 km² and is home to 5 million people. Its ethnic, religious and cultural diversity makes for a unique identity. Its geographical position has allowed for a prosperous and constant development.
In Singapore everything is lively and exiting. If you're planning a short stay, you will probably organize it around shopping! But do take the time to wander through Arab Street, Little India and Chinatown. Discover historical quarters, such as Tanjong Pagar, where former chophouses have been turned into elegant teahouses. Depart from Clarke Quay and cruise down the river to the colonial core and its historical monuments.
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Welcom to the futuristic world
Explore in a surreal architecture
The Singapore Flyer is a giant Ferris wheel…the largest in the world! It stands 165 meters high and offer a unique view over Singapore. It is a futuristic hotel that looks like a huge boat across the Singapore sky. With its infinity pool and stunning view over the city, The Marina Bay Sands is a definite must-see.
Garden by the Bay
Garden by the Bay is a botanical garden featuring ultra modern architecture. It stretches over 101 hectares and celebrates both biodiversity and technology. The park, immense and humbling, resembles the Garden of Eden. Within the Flower Dome, various ecosystems have been modeled. Visitors are welcomed in the Conservatory Complex, a biodiversity conservation complex like no other in the world.
Food is somewhat of an institution in Singapore. It is virtually impossible to find a restaurant or a snack-bar that serves mediocre food. If you're looking for the neighborhood's best eatery, just find the longest queue! Singaporeans are very patient and willing to wait a while for a good meal. Kopi Tiam are coffee shops serving simple dishes at a reasonable price.