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What To Expect in Singapore
- Singapore is a multiracial, multicultural and multireligious country, home to Chinese, Malay, Indians and other minority ethnic groups. Respect for different religions and personal beliefs is heavily emphasised by the government.
- English is the mainly spoken across the country, alongside with various mother tongues (Chinese, Malay, Tamil) as second languages. You may hear our unique Singlish occasionally, which is a blend of most common languages spoken in Singapore.
- Singapore is one of the safest cities globally, boasting a very low crime rate, building a secure environment for its citizens to reside in.
- To maintain the high quality of standard of living, Singapore provides its residents with excellent infrastructure and technology. One of the best public transportation systems in the world, residents have been assured convenient and affordable transport options to gain accessibility within the island.
- Singapore is a food paradise, serving delectable dishes from different local cultures to exotic cuisines from all around the world. Be sure to indulge after a day of hard work.
- Singapore residents believe in meritocracy and opportunities for all. They value hard work and self-reliance as means to achieving better outcomes for themselves and the country.
Places of Interest in Singapore
Marina Bay Sands
An integrated resort notable for transforming Singapore’s city skyline, it comprises three 55-storey towers of extravagant hotel rooms and luxury suites with personal butler services. In addition, its architecture is made complete with the Sands SkyPark which crowns the three towers.
At the Sands SkyPark be prepared to be wowed by the 360-degree views on the observation deck. As hotel guests, you can enjoy the breath-taking experience of swimming in the infinity-edged swimming pool overlooking the horizon. Dive into the pool before dusk and witness the picturesque view of the sunset from the pool’s edge, 200 metres in the sky.
A marvel of modern engineering, the HSBC Rain Vortex is the centrepiece attraction of Jewel Changi. The world's tallest indoor waterfall soars up to 40 metres which is surrounded by a terraced forest setting.
Its attractions include the Shiseido Forest Valley, an indoor garden spanning five storeys, and the Canopy Park at the topmost level, featuring gardens and leisure facilities.
Gardens by the Bay
A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.
At 165 metres tall, the Singapore Flyer is Asia’s largest observation wheel and one of its most iconic engineering marvels. Sitting proudly on the edge of Marina Bay, it offers panoramic views of metropolitan Singapore from a unique perspective.
Located near Marina Bay, the Merlion Park is home to the legendary Merlion, which is Singapore’s national icon with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. From the viewing deck of the 2,500 square meter park you can take a breathtaking view of the Merlion against the city skyline and the scenic Marina Bay.
Sentosa is a sunny island in Singapore, home to exciting events, themed attractions, lush rainforests, golden sandy beaches, resort-style accommodations, world-renowned golf courses and a deep-water yachting marina. It also houses Singapore’s first integrated resort, Resorts World Sentosa, which operates South East Asia’s first Universal Studios theme park.
A testament to Singapore’s reputation as a City in a Garden, the Botanic Gardens is the country’s first UNESCO Heritage Site. Established in 1859, the Gardens possess an array of botanical and horticultural features with a rich history and a wonderful plant collection of worldwide significance. The National Orchid Garden also features the world’s largest orchid display, with over 60,000 plants and orchid plants.
National Gallery Singapore
Situated in the heart of the Civic District, the National Gallery is the leading visual arts institution which oversees the world’s largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art, consisting of over 8,000 artworks. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments - City Hall and former Supreme Court - that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting 64,000 square metres venue.
An ethnic enclave for Singapore’s early Chinese settlers, Chinatown is all about hustle bustle and authentic Chinese food and culture. Learn about the rich history of early Singapore and be enchanted by historic temples, while experiencing the nostalgic street style dining and indulging in local hawker food fare.
Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood of Singapore - a major hub of the Singaporean Indian community. Commonly known as "Tekka", the historic centre is known for its vibrant culture, buzzing nightlife, binge-worthy street food and incredible shopping.