Singapore offers a wealth of enthralling experiences and activities that remain off the tourist trail – from romantic escapes to unexpected family adventures and indulgent weekends.
Singapore’s fascinating multicultural history is a rich combination of its British colonial foundations and the many cultures - primarily Chinese, Malay and Indian - that together created the success of Singapore today. Singapore is the ideal place to explore on foot, simply wander and discover, become enraptured by its unique blend of cultural traits, assorted religions and spellbinding architecture.
A Botanical Marvel Gardens by the Bay is a modern icon of Singapore’s cityscape that celebrates and nurtures Singapore’s beautiful natural tropical environment in a landmark structure. Stand in awe at the 25 to 50 meter tall Supertrees with their vertical gardens and sprawling aesthetic canopies.
You will never be short of a new dining experience in Singapore, be it in the open air at bustling hawker markets, at river or beachside restaurants, or dining in Singapore’s finest hotel restaurants. From authentic local hawker food to the original “fusion” cuisine of Chinese, Malay and Indian cooking styles.
The Arts in Singapore are readily presented for any traveler to easily become absorbed in. Its rich history is well documented in a number of museums, including the Peranakan Museum, National Museum of Singapore and Changi Museum.
Spirituality in Singapore is as diverse as its citizens, with no singular dominant faith. As a multi-religious nation, Singapore is a living example of how many ethnic groups from a variety of cultural backgrounds can unite and exist peacefully together. There is a deep understanding of each other’s customs within the Singaporean people, making it a welcoming, peaceful and amiable place to visit.