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I pull out my laptop and treat this flight like a work day - one with fine wines, silver service and delightful people tending to my every need.
Thought of as 'Asia-lite', Singapore is a heady blend of Indian, Malay, Chinese and Western culture. Clean as a whistle and easy to navigate, dine from one of its hawker corners or splurge on a stylish star-studded restaurant - this city accommodates both with panache. Shop on Orchard Road, relax in a leafy garden or take a trip to a swish five-star hotel for sundowners and 360 degree views.