Most people know of Singapore as a sterile and boring city state. Here are six facts about Singapore that might get you to think about the city a little differently
From cultural celebrations to sporting events, there’s always something happening in Singapore all year round.
After you have done Orchard Road, Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Zoo, venture further out of the city centre and spend time exploring the heartlands of Singapore.
Those who are neither foodies nor shoppers can still discover quiet places in Singapore to soak up her history, art and culture.
Part of the Commonwealth, Singapore’s entry into the Second World War began on 8 February 1942, when the Japanese army landed on north-western Singapore.
Discover a whole new side to Singapore’s Asian heritage via the Peranakans, a fascinating blend of cultures from the region.
Travellers love Changi Airport, regularly giving it awards for best airport in the region and even the world.
Singapore is known for bold architecture, like the impressive Marina Bay Sands, but there is a strong traditional element underpinning all the concrete and steel.
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.