Singapore, the world’s only island city-state is a mesmerizing destination that covers an area of 719.1 sq kms. Officially known as the Republic of Singapore, It is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia, located between Malaysia and Indonesia and at the end of the Mayan Peninsula.
The island nation of Singapore is home to people belonging to multiple cultures and nationalities. It has a tropical climate and the weather changes from clear skies to heavy rains in a matter of minutes.
Singapore is home to some really endearing tourist attractions and has much to allure the travellers. Gardens by the Bay, the largest tropical orchid garden in the world, houses the most exotic variety of plants offers the most bespoken experience. The Singapore Zoo gives you an opportunity to engage in a close encounter with the orang utans while savoring a hearty breakfast. One can also meet the first polar bear born and brought up in South East Asia or feed the giraffes.
Another attraction is the breathtaking river safari that helps you interact with a wide variety of aquatic animals. The Sentosa island, the famous island resort offers bags full of entertainment. It houses the Universal Studios, a Hollywood movie magic through thrilling rides and other movie-themed attractions. An Interaction with bottle nose Dolphins, gives you the chance to get up, close and personal with them. the Humongous sea aquarium showcases myriad fish including stingrays, sharks, sea horses etc.
Little India and China Town are ethnic enclaves that feature distinct Indian and Chinese population and is the hub of shops selling merchandise in a fashion street format. The island also offers retail therapy at Orchard Street that is home to the most famous fashion brands of the world.
Singapore has an estimated population of 5,535,000 people out of which 74.2% are Chinese, 13.3% Malay and 9.2% Indians among others. The country has 4 official languages namely, English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil.
Here’s our list of the safest and most fun countries for women travellers
Go Green! Go Singapore!
We have something for all you F1 fans. Read on.