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Singapore mixture of British, Malay, Indian and Chinese cultures
Singapore is all in one
Off the coast of Malayasia, Singapore teems with the eclectic mixture of British, Malay, Indian, and Chinese cultures. One of the most financial centres of the world, Singapore is a huge playground for any and all who go.
The biggest destination for pleasure is Marina Bay Sands, holding within its grounds a casino, three hotels, exhibition facilities, and theatres – all for the enjoyment for all who enter. If being inside is not your cup of tea, you have the option to lounge on one of the many beaches in Singapore, easily accessible and throbbing with nightlife during the summer. Check out the famous sand sculpting event during the summer, called the Sentosa Sandsation. Walk among the calm and serene beaches in Changi Village and see fishermen off the shore.
Food tourism has been a draw for tourists only recently, so you can discover some of the best cuisine in Little India or try to find a hawker stall that serves the famed Chili Crab – a dish comprised of mud crab stir-fried in a sweet and savory tomato and chili-based sauce. The dish itself is not spicy, but is as tasty as the name infers.
There are one hundred and one ways to enjoy Singapore, from the sport enthusiast that dares to dive in Singapore’s Underwater World or the early bird who decides to go for a run along the beach as the sun rises. Singapore can fulfill the narcissist’s desires with Glamour Shots and spa treatment every day of their trip. Singapore can excite your spirit with the many festivals held year round. Find your niche in Singapore.