Often referred to as the Lion City, the Garden City and the Red Dot, Singapore is a global city and the world’s only island city state. Though small in size, Singapore is a hub of global commerce, finance, and transport. As a young and diverse country, Singapore is rich with in language, religion and culture. Singapore is home to 5.5 million residents, 38% of whom are permanent residents and other foreign nationals. Its cultural diversity is reflected in its extensive ethnic “hawker” cuisine and major festivals from multiple cultures.
Shop, Eat and Dine in Bugis
In the heart of downtown Singapore, Bugis is a prime destination for locals, tourists, and business travellers to Singapore. With a vast array of shopping outlets, eateries, and Singapore’s largest library, there’s a never-ending list of things to do in Bugis. Shop to your heart’s content, taste mouthwatering cuisines from around the world, or spend the day reading at Singapore’s largest Library.
A Life of Modern Luxury at Marina Bay
The stunning Marina Bay area that dominates Singapore’s unique skyline is a top destination for upmarket retail outlets, exciting lifestyle spots, and fine dining restaurants. This luxurious destination presents a symphony of dazzling sights and sounds. From the Singapore Flyer – the world’s largest observation wheel, to the architectural wonder of Marina Bay Sands, to the towering “super trees” of Gardens by the Bay. The Marina Bay is a complete and spectacular eco-friendly center of shopping, dining, and endless entertainment.
Take A Stroll Down Singapore's World Famous "Orchard Road"
Orchard Road is Singapore’s world-famous retail and entertainment hub and easily the most famous shopping street in all of Asia! Orchard Road features a 2.2 kilometre long boulevard of shopping malls, eateries, hotels, bars, and exciting lifestyle stops! From upscale fashion outlets to 3 for $10 souvenir stops, Orchard Road has something for everyone, no matter what your taste or budget!