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Explore Singapore: Your Complete Guide to the Garden City

We spend three epic days exploring the best of this incredible city state including Chinatown, Little India and of course the famous Gardens by the Bay! We have put together the ultimate guide including interesting facts, top destination spots, our latest blog posts, and things to know before you go - including stats, currency, health and safety, transportation, connectivity, food, customs and much more. Plus you can even watch all of our specially curated YouTube videos. Plan your adventure in the country known as the Jewel of Asia with us!

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Here are a few facts about Singapore that may surprise you!

✓ City in a Garden: Singapore is often referred to as the "City in a Garden" because of its extensive green spaces and commitment to environmental sustainability. It's home to numerous parks, gardens, and nature reserves, including the stunning Gardens by the Bay.

✓ Small But Mighty: Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, Singapore is a global economic powerhouse. It has a highly developed economy and is known for its financial services sector.

✓ Cultural Diversity: Singapore is a melting pot of cultures. It has four official languages: English, Mandarin, Malay, and Tamil. The diverse population includes Chinese, Malay, Indian, and other ethnic groups, each contributing to the country's vibrant culture.

✓ Food Paradise: Singapore is renowned for its food culture. Hawker centers offer a wide variety of delicious and affordable dishes, including Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, and chili crab. The city-state has also earned Michelin stars for its fine dining establishments.

✓ Strict Laws: Singapore is known for its strict laws and regulations. Chewing gum was banned for many years, and there are heavy penalties for littering, vandalism, and drug-related offenses. The country has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

✓ Efficient Public Transport: Singapore has an excellent public transportation system, including buses and trains. The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is known for its efficiency and cleanliness, making it easy to explore the city.


✓ Marina Bay Sands: The iconic Marina Bay Sands resort features a rooftop infinity pool that offers breathtaking views of the city. It's one of the most recognizable landmarks in Singapore.


✓ Clean Streets: Singapore is incredibly clean, thanks to strict cleanliness and anti-littering campaigns. The "Keep Singapore Clean" movement has contributed to its pristine streets.


✓ National Orchid Garden: Singapore's National Orchid Garden is home to a vast collection of orchid species

and hybrids. It's located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site.


✓ Singapore Sling: The Singapore Sling is a famous cocktail that was invented at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel. It's a refreshing drink made with gin, cherry liqueur, pineapple juice, and other ingredients.


✓ Merlion: The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, and it's often considered the symbol of Singapore. The Merlion statue, located at Merlion Park, is a popular tourist attraction.


✓ No Natural Lakes: Singapore is one of the few countries in the world without any natural lakes. Its freshwater supply comes from reservoirs, and the largest one, MacRitchie Reservoir, is a popular spot for hiking and outdoor activities.

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