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Singapore is fast becoming one of Asia’s hottest travel destinations. With diverse cultures such as Chinese, Malays, Indians as well as Eurasians making up her population, Singapore prides herself as a multiracial nation. A little over one-third of the country’s total population are not citizens. Singapore is also as diverse when it comes to religion as with ethnicity. You’ll find Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, Christian, even Taoists here as religious freedom is guaranteed by the nation’s constitution.
Singapore is where passion and possibilities merge and create new experiences every day. Taste different foods in different climes and in different new ways. Singaporeans take their foods very seriously. With amazing and delicious local foods that came be found not only in eateries but on local hawkers, prepare your taste buds for the delight that is to come. These legendary dishes you’ll find at the hawker centres and24-hour coffee shops, all for a cheap cost. And if you are lucky to be in Singapore in July, you just might be able to witness the Singapore festival, which occurs yearly. And if you hear anyone saying ‘die, die, must try’, fear not. It is only a slang for ‘to die for’.
Food is not the only thing that is peculiar to this place. Art of all forms can be found here. From beautiful music in grand concert halls, to paintings and sculptures at the museums and public spaces, art lovers would find something they can relate with here. Visit the National Museum of Singapore, the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay and the Art Science Museum™ for dose of Singapore’s artistic nature. And if you’re around sometime in January, you just might be able to witness the Singapore Art Week with exhibitions, talks and art fairs happening across town.
Take a peek at Singapore’s architecture at the Marina Bay Sands and National Gallery Singapore, while also observing the magnificent skyscrapers abound.
And if you’re a lover of nature, you’ll find just the right experience in form of treetop jungle bridges, walking trails, wildlife and Singapore Botanical Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Some famous events you can witness in Singapore include the Singapore Grand Prix, the World Gourmet Summit, the Chingay Parade, and The Ultra Singapore Musical Festival