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Singapore

Singapore is a highly cosmopolitan city-state located in Southeast Asia. It has a diverse culture with a mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian, and expats from all around the world.

Traveling in Singapore is pretty expensive comparing other countries in Southeast Asia. Many people visit here only for one or two days just to check off their list. But Singapore deserves more time to enjoy everything it has to offer, especially the rich food scene.

Despite its small size, there are a lot of places to visit in Singapore. Explore Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, as they are great places to walk around and explore the city. You will find plenty of restaurants, bars, and shopping options there.

Stop by in Little India to eat delicious food, it’s cheap as well. Go to Orchard Road for more shopping and don’t miss visiting Singapore Botanic Gardens while you are in the area.

See Merlion Park located downtown. Merlion is the national symbol of Singapore and it’s a creature made out of a lion’s head and a fish’s body. It’s better to see the statue at night with a beautiful light show performing across the bay.

Continue towards the bay and take a walk through the futuristic Gardens by the Bay. Discover Chinatown in Singapore, spot the beautiful temples, and eat at Chinatown Food Street.

Visiting Sentosa Island is one of the main attractions in Singapore. You can relax at Tanjong Beach, walk the Fort Siloso Skywalk, and hike the Sentosa Nature Discovery. Universal Studios Singapore is also available on the island.

Singapore’s Changi Airport has become a tourist attraction itself since they built the world’s largest indoor waterfall there. Make sure to visit it upon your arrival. It’s quite impressive and it includes various plants and butterflies.

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