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A bustling port city-state, Singapore showcases the best of the East and West. At first glance, you will notice its contemporary architecture, tidy streets, and orderly society. Dive a little deeper to delight in the distinct ethnic neighborhoods representing the original settlers that shaped this mesmerizing global metropolis.

super trees singapore

Go Futuristic in the Gardens

Gardens by the Bay, a popular attraction in Marina Bayn, wows visitors with an eclectic mix of nature and modern city fun. Walk along the OCBC Skyway that connects the trees of the Supertree Grove to marvel at the gardens and contemporary architecture. Wander the Flower Dome, an expansive greenhouse of flowers from across the globe. Don’t miss the Cloud Forest with its magnificent indoor waterfall.

singapore sling

Taste a Singapore Sling

Head to the Long Bar at the Raffles Hotel, where the Singapore sling was created. Around 1915, an innovative bartender concocted this well-known gin-based cocktail. He purposely used a pinkish color to make the drink socially acceptable for women to sip in public. Brilliant!

chef cooking singapore

Dine Around

Singapore is a cultural melting pot where you can feast on Indian, Chinese, Continental, Japanese, and more. From fancy fine dining in restored colonial houses to noodle slurping by a food stall, your taste buds will thank you for a trip to Singapore. The difficult decision will be deciding what you want to eat!

singapore skyline at night

Stroll the Streets (at Night)

Whether you want to shop ‘til you drop on Orchard Road, ride the Singapore Flyer, or hit the casino in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore at night is never boring. The city lights dazzle and the activities are endless. For a unique experience, check out the Night Safari, the world’s first nocturnal zoo.

merlion staute at night, singapore

Get Mythical

The most identifiable landmark in Singapore is the Merlion Statue in Merlion Park. The lion head represents Singapura, the city’s first name, while the fishtail is in remembrance of Singapore’s history as a small fishing town. The statue is an impressive sight at night, though the park does become quite crowded as a photo by the concrete creature is quite popular.

singapore national orchid garden fountain

Smell the Orchids

As a UNESCO World Heritage site, you will want to visit the Singapore Botanic Gardens. With over 60 acres of flowering goodness, you’ll spend a few hours seeing this remarkable spectacle. Even those without a green thumb will enjoy wandering the gardens admiring the beauty. The nominal fee for the National Orchid Garden is worth the cost with over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids. The intricately detailed displays are a sight to see!

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