Southeast Asia and Japan / Singapore
Singapore
The Esplanade
Southeast Asia and Japan / Singapore
Singapore
Singapore Merlion & Skyline
Southeast Asia and Japan / Singapore
Singapore
Singapore Merlion & Esplanade
Southeast Asia and Japan / Singapore
Singapore
Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Singapore

Singapore is set in the heart of Asia-with Indonesia to the east, the Malay Peninsula to the west, and China to the north - so it's no surprise that today it has become an international center of Asian culture and commerce. Here, in a country not yet four decades old, travelers find soaring skyscrapers and elite European boutiques lining the city's Orchard Road, while over on Arab Street, Muslim devotees flock to the Sultan Mosque and in Chinatown, worshippers visit venerable Buddhist temples.

The ferocious growth in Singapore's economy has led to the development of spectacular hotels and a marina that is a marvel of technology, iconic architecture and great entertainment.

Singaporeans are said to have two great passions, shopping and eating, and travelers will have time to do plenty of both. Wander through the city's maze of shopping malls. Have a gourmet ten-course feast in a Chinese restaurant. Take a tour of the Tiger Beer brewery or visit a French wine bar. Singapore also offers golf courses, nature parks, a nocturne zoo and outlying islands to explore.

Antipodes recommends

Four Seasons Singapore
The Fullerton Singapore

 

 

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