Singapore at a glance

Often confined to the status of city-stopover, Singapore has more than enough attractions to warrant a standalone stay. Singapore is, above all, about excess. Think skyscrapers of dizzying height; luxurious shopping centres and Gardens By the Bay, a spectacular urban garden stretching over 250 acres. Finally, there’s the stellar quality of the city’s restaurants, which makes this one of the gastronomic capitals of the world. Dig a little deeper, and you can discover even more about the fascinating fusion that makes this island-city-state tick. Our Singapore travel guide and Concierge service really help you appreciate this multiculturalism. On a walking tour, all the cultural influences of Singapore are revealed as Chinatown, Little India and the Malay quarter reveal their Taoist and Hindu temples, crowded shops and street food stalls.
The colonial quarter is a snapshot of another side to Singapore’s history, and offers a panoramic view of the bay, while the revamped former warehouses of the British trading post at Clarke Quay is now Singapore’s nightlife hub.

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