Singapore is the Southeast Asia's most modern city for over a century
The city blends Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and English cultures and religions
The unique combination of cultures allow tourists from all over the world to experience a wide range of sightseeing and culinary destination
Sky Park will make you feel like you are standing on the top of the world. It is an open-air wooden observation deck. The Pinnacle at Duxton Skybridge could be another rooftop destination during your vacation in Singapore.
Gardens by the bay is the most popular tourists attraction in Singapore. The futuristic design with cloud forest and greenhouse where travelers can experience distinct impression of city hustle. You can also strolling around the Marina Bay Sands area to find out Arts Science museum and Esplanade theater, known as 'The Durian' because its resemblance to the local fruit.
This country is a true paradise for a shopaholic traveler since many stores open here. One of them is the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, a shopping mall with indoor canal. Enjoy shopping at over 170 luxury and premium boutiques there. If you are looking for various souvenirs for your relatives, you should go to Chinatown and Bugis Street.
Hainanese chicken is a famous Singaporean dish made from combo of chicken poached in stock with rice. As for the drink, you should try Kopi-O to recharge yourself after a long day of traveling.
The culture in Singapore is a mix of Asian and European culture influenced by Malay, South Asian, East Asian and Eurasian cultures. The diversity has led to many languages spoken by local people such as English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil, and many more.
Best season to visit Singapore with your travel buddy is around August to October.
There is this one popular hotel to stay in Singapore, namely Klapstar hotel. If you book a room here, you can get an easy access to other attractions since it's located near Tagar MRT station. If you want to get a 5-stars hotel, you can give a try at Pan Pacific Singapore which offers panoramic views of city skyline.
Maxwell Food Centre is a recommended restaurant to taste a variety of Singapore street foods, such as Tian Tian Chicken Rise. If you love seeing a stunning sea, you can go to Coastes that is located facing the Sentosa beach.
Take a short-break in an aesthetic cafe decorated with flowers and wooden furniture called Cafe De Nicole’s Flower. Another stop wll be P.S Cafe where you can enjoy dining surrounded by green view from the surrounding plants. This cafe serves truffle, tarts, cakes, pudding for your tiring day.
If you need a quiet and comfy place, The Rabbit Hole is the answer. It's Singapore's only gin and bar garden that presents hidden garden concept located in Harding Road. But if you'd like to experience the nightlife in Singapore, you can go to the Zuok in the Clark Quay area. Zuok is the most famous clubbing site not only for locals but international travelers.
Make your trip in Singapore more perfect by visiting Sentosa Island. There you can spend the day at the Universal Studios Singapore or the S.E.A Aquarium where it shows over 100000 aquatic animals.
Merlion Park and Singapore Flyer are the two best spots for taking aesthetic pictures. These two are the most iconic symbols of Singapore. So it's a must to take a selfie or we-fie in front of these two popular icons. You should also visit House of Tan Teng Niah, the best instagramable spot with unique building design and color.