Singapore
Explore Singapore

Singapore is a country, an island, and a city all in one.  When it separated from Malaysia in 1965, its economy was poor economy but its people were determined. They aggressively tackled their problems, working systematically to improve their situation and from 1960 to 1999 they averaged an annual growth of 8%.  Today Singapore is a thriving economy and an example of modern living in the heart of Southeast Asia. It has many interesting sites including the Merlion, the Port, Orchard Road, the Riverside, classic museums, Little India and China.  The original Raffles Hotel and its famous “Lounge Bar” is instantly an interesting site both for its history and because it is currently a great place to listen to live music and have one of their famous, “Singapore Slings.”  Singapore has a wealth of opportunities for shoppers, as well as many wonderful restaurants, bars, and clubs. With various amusement parks and entertainments, Sentosa Island has a lot of fun for the whole family. Singapore is also a great place to stop for a night or two on the way to another destination.  Let us take you there!

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Visit the Botanic Gardens or the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Take in the local culture by visiting China Town & Little India

Shopping, shopping shopping – both under and overground.

Take a river cruise to see the famous Merlion Landmark.

Visit Sentosa Island – the playground of Singapore

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Facts & Statistics:
Name: Singapore
Population: 4,296,000
Capital: Singapore
Languages: Chinese, Malay, Tamil, English
Currency: Singapore dollar

More than 3,000 multinational companies have offices on this tropical island at the entrance to the Strait of Malacca—the shortest sea route between the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea. (NatGeo)

Singapore is Southeast Asia's financial hub and the world's busiest container port. (NatGeo)

Singapore is among the smallest 20 countries in the world, with a landmass of 680 square kilometers (422 square miles). (travel channel)

Singapore's residents are mainly descendants of immigrants from the Malay Peninsula, China and the Indian sub-continent.

The symbol of Singapore is ‘The Merlion’, half-fish and half-lion beast.

Singapore boasts of housing ‘The Night Safari’, the first night zoo in the whole world.

The largest fountain of the world is located at Suntec City in Singapore.

‘Changi Airport’ of Singapore has  received the honor of being named as the ‘Best Airport Worldwide’, a number of times, from the UK/Europe edition of the ‘Business Traveller’ magazine.

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