While bustling Singapore is the world's fourth-largest financial centre and high in the international rankings for standard of living, education and healthcare, it also offers the visitor a thriving cosmopolitan experience brimming with diversity, and we recommend that you take your time and explore the fascinating mix of culture & cuisine, arts & architecture that awaits.
A visit to some of Singapore’s various ethnic quarters will immerse all your senses in the extraordinary diversity of cultures residing in the small island city-state. You can start with. For a taste of the arts, museums, galleries and exhibition spaces abound, and you don’t want to miss the art installations along and in the areas. Shopaholics will also find a wide range of unique clothing and other items in the ethnic neighbourhoods, and all the designer brands they could desire around Marina Bay.
For foodies, Singapore is a street food paradise. While in, venture over to Food Centre and try the Hainanese chicken rice. Throughout your stroll through the various ethnic neighbourhoods, you’ll discover halal Malay food, South Indian vegetarian thali, North Indian naans and briyani, Cantonese dim sum, Peking duck, fried noodles from Chinas Fujian Province, and spring rolls. Just be sure not to leave without trying some of Singapore’s signature dishes like chilli crab and fish head curry and of course a Singapore Sling.
The latest jewel in Singapore's art crown, theis a visual arts institution housing an unparalleled collection of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art. Dedicated to curating a collection that will provide insights into the unique art, heritage and history of the region, this is a must-visit destination in Singapore. The Gallery showcases more than 8,000 pieces, making it one of the world's largest and most invaluable public collections.
Afterwards, take an evening stroll through any of the numerous landscaped gardens and parks on the island. Marvel at the illuminated sights at Gardens By the Bay, Singapore's impressive latest attraction of greenery spread over 101 hectares right in the heart of the City. Next, visit Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, an iconic platform built 200m in the air, seemingly defying gravity.
Your visit to Singapore will never be dull because there is so much to see and to do. Make the most of your trip to the bustling city by exploring the fascinating mix of culture & cuisine and arts & architectures. Use the links below as a visitor's guide. Enjoy!
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