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Flights to Singapore

The iconic Marina Bay Sands (MBS) catches the attention of most visitors to Singapore, and the world’s most expensive building deserves all that attention. An integrated resort that houses a hotel, a classy shopping arena called the Shoppes Mall, an Art and Science Museum, a casino, two theatres and several celebrity chef restaurants, MBS is also home to a beautiful infinity pool, which provides an unforgettable view of the Singapore skyline.

Next, head to Sentosa Island, a mere 10 minutes from the mainland of Singapore. While there, have fun at Universal Studios Singapore (USS)! Grab a photo in front of the theme park iconic globe, before getting started on any of the 20 rides in the park. If the warm climate of Singapore is getting to you, jump into the cool waters of Adventure Cove, the water park right next to USS.

Be sure to wander into the SEA Aquarium too, one of the finest indoor aquariums in the world.

The perfect place to shop in Singapore is Orchard Road. Mid-range to high-end stores line the street and offer a wide variety of consumer goods. During special times of the year, such as Christmas or New Year’s, the entire street would be lit up and beautifully decorated. Sales often happen in Singapore as well, so be ready to grab some awesome bargains during the Great Singapore Sale, which happens between June to July, and the year-end sale between November and December.

To immerse yourself in local culture, visit Little India, Kampung Glam and Chinatown. These neighbourhoods have very distinct features boasting the unique qualities of the races in Singapore. Wander through and walk by rows of stores selling traditional products. Night markets also serve as a good source of local delights and crafts. Singapore’s attempt to promote racial and cultural diversity can really be experienced in these quaint places, which are frequented by locals of all races.

Singaporeans love food – they look forward to stuffing their faces with local delicacies after a long day at work. Local delights such as Singapore Laksa, Char Kway Teow, Oyster Omelette and Rojak are just a few out of the wide range of food that creates the food culture of the country. The best part is that these are priced affordably and are delicious.

To enjoy the nightlife in Singapore, head down to Clarke Quay for bars, restaurants and clubs that operate throughout the night. Have fun with your friends over beer or work it out on the dance floor. Daredevils can try the Singapore Reverse Bungee.

For a less mainstream tourist activity, venture into the heartlands of Singapore to experience the daily life of a Singaporean, or head to the Central Business District to experience the economic hub of the country.

Travelling around Singapore is easy via the efficient transport networks here: the train, bus or taxi would take you anywhere you need to go in the country. Singapore may be a small city-state, but it is sure to impress you with its rich culture and cosmopolitan nature.

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