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Small Nation with Unlimited Possibilities

Immaculate, efficient Singapore is a miraculous sight, particularly for travelers familiar with modern Asian metropolises. The city maintains a remarkable balance of green space and skyscrapers, in addition to sustaining substantial ethnic enclaves like Little India and Chinatown. This motley group of cultures has brought to this former British colony something special – a common mindset. Singaporeans are determined and patriotic; they are proud of what they have achieved (just look at Marina Bay and you might get jealous).

But while their skyline accumulates monumental peaks and troughs, Singaporeans have not forgotten about their past or the importance of their natural surroundings. Museums stand tall and welcome amateur historians to explore their vast interiors. Plus, on an island (also named "Singapore"), large wetland preserves quietly rest in stark contrast to Singapore's modern achievements. This tiny nation with its massive city embodies a cosmopolitan aggregation in a manner that few others can.


Little India

A Multicultural Nation 

As a nation that’s home to a wide range of cultures, ethnicities, and religions, Singapore takes pride in its diversity. Today, Singapore’s resident ethnic makeup predominantly comprises the Chinese, Malay, Indian, Eurasian and Peranakan* communities. While we live, work and play together, there remain traditional ethnic enclaves that you can explore to learn more about each community

Garden by the Bay

A Futurist Country

Sitting by the Marina Bay treats you to a view of one of the world’s most futuristic cities, with vintage bumboats cruising across the Singapore River. The Singapore skyline is a fascinating mix of old and new, blending colonial buildings and Chinese shophouses with cutting-edge skyscrapers – reminiscent of the city’s character. One of the fastest-developing cities in the world has seen itself grown vertically since its independence, and even faster over the past decade – undeterred by its 719.1 km² dimensions.

Singapore Buildings

A City in a A Garden

Singapore's meteoric economic rise launched a landscape of towering architecture in the compact city-state, but as the metropolis continues to grow, urban planners are weaving nature throughout—and even into its heights. New developments must include plant life, in the form of green roofs, cascading vertical gardens, and verdant walls.One of Singapore’s largest and most visible eco-friendly initiatives is Gardens by the Bay – the alien landscape tucked in behind the Marina Bay Sands complex.


A State of Fun

With its world-class theme parks and diverse array of family-friendly attractions, Singapore is a great destination for both the young and the young at heart. Whether you’re looking to hop on a rollercoaster or go on a water-themed adventure with the little ones, there’s bound to be something that will grab your attention.

Civic Center Heritage Walk

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