There is a city-state in Southeast Asia that attracted more than 11 million tourists in 2010. With that many visitors, this place must be magical….and it is. Singapore is a bustling array of skyscrapers, subways, clubs, pubs and shops. With a mixture of Chinese, Malay, and Indian influences, people love to mingle in the diversity. The Riverside district is the colonial core of Singapore with museums, theaters, and statues.
Orchard Road teases shoppers with door-to-door shops and Marina Bay is the place for gambling adventures. For a real taste of the culture, travelers shouldn’t miss Chinatown and Little India, offering tasty food and vibrant nightlife. People from around the world are making Singapore their next destination and you should too!
Known as one of the cleanest cities in the world, Singapore is both modern and old world. One of the most popular things to do in Singapore is to go to one of the “hawker centers” to stroll by hundreds of stalls making food. You pick what ingredients you want and they cook it right there for you. Because Singapore is 77 percent Chinese, 14 percent Malays and 8 percent Indians, you will find a fascinating mix of foods, as well as architecture and neighborhoods to explore. You should not miss visiting the legendary Raffles Hotel, where the Singapore Sling was born.
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