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SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE

Plan your trip to Singapore

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Singapore is one of the most unique cities in the world. It is located in the heart of Southeast Asia; however, it looks nothing like the countries that surround it. Traveling to Singapore is like traveling to the future, to a more modern world. I am obviously being a bit hyperbolic but its striking architecture and integration of nature in the buildings are very futuristic. You will be shocked with some building facades full of vegetation.

Singapore not only stands out for architecture. It also does so by being a place where diverse cultures coexist peacefully. Chinese, Malaysians, Indians and many other ethnic groups are part of Singaporean society. It is as easy to find a Hindu temple as it is to find a mosque. This mixture of cultures is also represented in the country’s gastronomy. You can eat a wide variety of delicious dishes.

LANGUAGE

English, Malaysian, Singaporean Mandarin and Tamil.

CURRENCY

Singapore dollar.
1USD equals 1.34 SGD.

BEST TIME TO VISIT

From December to June.

TRAVEL TO SINGAPORE

Basic tips

In this Singapore travel guide you’ll find all my blog posts with information about the country. Thanks to the information and my experiences that’ll share with you, you’ll be able to plan your trip to Singapore.

PLACES TO VISIT IN SINGAPORE

Tips for every destination

Singapore is a sovereign nation in Asia. It is made up of 63 islands. The largest island is the island of Singapore. The city center and the main tourist attractions are located here. Being a city-state of only 728.6 km², there is not much else to see. The main tourist attractions will be found in the center and on Sentosa Island.

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Discover a very modern city with delicious cuisine that offers endless activities. I am certain that Singapore will leave you speechless. You can enjoy walking through picturesque streets and discover such incredible places as Chinatown, Gardens by the Bay, Little India, Arab Quarter and, of course, Marina Bay Sands.