Singapore is an island-state in Southeast Asia,. since independence it has become one of the world's most prosperous countries and sports the world's busiest port. With over 600 shipping lines sending super tankers,container ships and passenger liners to share the busy waters with coastal fishing vessels and wooden lighters.

A dynamic city rich in contrast and colour, you'll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine, arts and architecture here. Brimming with unbridled energy, this little dynamo in Southeast Asia embodies the finest of both East and West.

A single day's trail will take you from the past to the future, from exotic ethnic enclave to efficient business centre, from serene gardens to sleek skyscrapers and subways of a modern, affluent city with a medley of Chinese, Indian and Malay influences and a tropical climate, with tasty food, good shopping and a vibrant nightlife scene, this Garden City makes a great stopover or springboard into the region.

It is linked to Malaysia by two causeway bridges and the and the key island of Riau archipelogy of Indonesia are just quick ferry trip.Thailand and Phippines are a short plane trip away Singapore, with an airport served by over 69 airlines is very much the gateway to South East Asia

Star Cruises offers multi-day cruises from Singapore to points throughout Southeast Asia, departing from Harbour Front FT. Itineraries vary widely and change from year to year, but common destinations include Malacca, Klang (Kuala Lumpur), Penang, Langkawi, Redang and Tioman in Malaysia, as well as Phuket, Krabi, Ko Samui and Bangkok in Thailand

Start your day with a hearty breakfast amidst lush vegetation with Singapore's very own orange utans. Then take a step back in time as you enter a traditional Chinese temple, Muslim mosque, Hindu temple and Christian church - all in the same neighbourhood

Singapore is a small country on a small island, but with over four million The center of the city — consisting roughly of Orchard, the Riverside and a chunk of Chinatown — is known in Singapore as Central Business District.

Singapore is a small country on a small island, but with over four million people it's a fairly crowded city one of the most densely populated country. The center of the city — consisting roughly of Orchard, the Riverside and a chunk of Chinatown — is known in acronym-loving Singapore as the CBD (Central Business District).

Riverside — (also known as Civil District); Museums, statues and theaters, not to mention restaurants, bars and clubs.

Orchard Road — Miles and miles of shopping malls.

Bugis and Kampong Glam — Bugis and Kampong Glam are Singapore's old Malay district, now largely taken over by mall-shopping, although Arab Street in the Kampong Glam area is well worth a visit for its eclectic mix of unique shops and restaurants.

Chinatown — The area originally designated for Chinese settlement by Stamford Raffles. Now a Cantonese enclave in predominantly Hokkien Singapore.

Little India — A piece of India to the north of the city core.

Balestier, Newton, Novena and Toa Payoh — Budget accommodations and Burmese temples within striking distance of the center.

North and West — The northern and western parts of the island, also known as Woodlands and Jurong respectively, form Singapore's residential and industrial hinterlands.

East Coast — The largely residential eastern part of the island contains Changi Airport and many famous eateries. Katong is located in the East Coast and is famous for its Peranakan food, such as laksa. Joo Chiat has some well-restored Peranakan houses with characteristic intricate architecture. Also consists of Geylang Serai, the true home of Singapore's Malays.

Sentosa — A separate island developed into a resort, Sentosa is the closest that Singapore gets to Disneyland Singapore’s strategic location,excellent facilities,fascinating cultural contrasts and tourist attractions contribute to its success as a leading destination for both Business and Pleasure

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