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A cosmopolitan city that is unparalleled in terms of modernity, faith in progress, cleanliness and order.

Many consider Singapore to be the most beautiful and safest city in the world, where you can live and work excellently. In recent years the centre of  Singapore has been polished to a high gloss, many old buildings (including the Raffles and Fullerton Hotel) have been renovated and reopened, the legendary old centre of Chinatown has been preserved and also embellished. In the financial and economic centre around Marina Bay new modern skyscrapers have been built, the Esplanade, the modern concert hall has become a modern landmark. Shopping, which has always been one of the reasons for Singapore tourists to travel, has become even more diverse and luxurious.

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Discover Singapore - The Fascinating Asian Mega-City

Singapore is a city-state with more than 5 million inhabitants, located on an island at the southernmost point of Malaysia. It stretches 42 km from east to west and 23 km from north to south and there are so many interesting things to see and experience.

Singapore is known as a paradise for passionate gourmets and those who enjoy shopping. But there is much more to discover in this greenest, cleanest and safest city in Southeast Asia:

  • Captivating history
  • Melting pot of cultures
  • Interesting architecture
  • Pure entertainment

Singapore can be visited all year round. Because of its location 137 km north of the equator, the climate is tropical with day and night temperatures between 26 and 19°C. During the monsoon season from November to February there is a tropical rain storm from time to time. But whenever and in which season you come, Singapore will always fascinate you.

Shopping and dining
Singapore’s most important shopping centre is Orchard Road with an amazing number of shops for electronic equipment, trendy fashion and jewellery as well as valuable art and antiques. But also in Marina Bay and Harbourfront the selection is overwhelming. And then there are the many ethnic neighborhoods like Little India, Chinatown, Katong and Arab Street/Kampong Glam with their exotic smells and colors and a huge selection of souvenirs, antiques, spices, silk and jewelry. In addition to the shopping, you can try the dishes of the various ethnic cuisines. There are many small restaurants close to the large Food Centers or Hawker Courts where you can put together your own meal at the various food stalls. Don’t worry, the food trade is strictly controlled and everything is extremely clean, as any visitor to Singapore can confirm. And almost everyone speaks English.

Hotels and Attractions
What applies to food also applies to hotels: there are hotels in all categories – from extremely luxurious to simple, but clean and comfortable, with the historic Raffles Hotel on Beach Road at the absolute top. It’s worth going inside, even if you’re not staying there. Further interesting sights are the magnificent temples like the Hindu temple Sri Mariamman on South Bridge Road and the Buddhist Thian Hok Keng temple on Telok Ayer Street. And not to forget museums like the beautiful National Museum, the China Heritage Centre and the Peranakan.

Green City
To visit everything in a relaxed and comfortable way, you can take the SIA Hop-on bus, which takes you to all the sights in the city and on Sentosa Island. Sentosa is a huge amusement park with beaches, golf courses, museums, sports fields, playgrounds, aquariums and a monorail. A great place to relax after all the shopping and sightseeing. Sentosa is one of the city’s green lungs, but not the only one, as Singapore is a green city. Almost all streets are lined with different palm species, fragrant Frangipani and lots of bougainvillea; there are many parks and the botanical garden with the neighbouring orchid garden is a huge nature and recreation area. Singapore has two attractive zoos (Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park) and the Singapore Night Safari, where you can watch wild animals in their natural jungle environment at night. And at the top of Bukit Timah, Singapore’s highest elevation at 164 metres, you’ll find real rainforest. - Tours

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