A city, a nation and a state, Singapore has geographical prowess to which very few places on earth can lay claim. This city has worked hard to earn its tourist stripes over recent decades; there was a time when Singapore would rarely have featured on any far-flung adventure as a destination in its own right - but how times have changed. 

Where is Singapore?

Singapore is a thriving city-state and island nation located in Southeast Asia. Geographically, it's positioned just off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula and bordered by the Straits of Malacca to the west, the Riau Islands of Indonesia to the south, and the South China Sea to the east.

The Lion City

A Cosmopolitan Blend of Cultures

The city-state is a melting pot of cultures, hosting communities of Chinese, Malay, Indian, and Eurasian backgrounds, among others. This cultural diversity lends to a rich tapestry of traditions, festivals, and cuisine, making Singapore a truly multicultural experience.

What Can I See and Do in Singapore?

Gardens By the Bay
Marina Bay Sands
Sample a Singapore Sling in Raffles
Singapore Flyer

Gardens By the Bay

Gardens By the Bay is where you’re sure to get your flora fix alongside a few futuristic extras for added interest. Spanning over 101 hectares, you could divide your time between the Flower Dome and Floral Fantasy if you're going to encounter all the best bits. Brightly coloured petals cascade from every angle and the magnitude of the displays are quite something, so prepare for your camera roll to reach maximum capacity.

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