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Singapore

1 year ago

Singapore is very well-known for its non-stop entertainment and commercial spots. Its strategic location eases people to visit this country. From their iconic Merlion Statue until the crowded Orchard Road, Singapore offers world a hub to Asia.

The Tiger of Asia

 

It is no surprise that Singapore is regarded as one of the most favorite tourist destinations in Southeast Asia, due to the atmosphere of its advanced developed city situated in the heart of Asia. This cosmopolitan city-state is easy to reach from most part of Asia and it only takes a direct flight from a number of major cities in the world. Despite its image of an expensive city with advanced technology, Singapore is still a friendly place where you can still hang out without spending too much from your pocket.

First of all, you have certainly heard about Merlion, right? This lion-headed with a fish-body statue is the most famous icon of Singapore. This statue is mandatory and you can’t say that you’ve been to Singapore without even visiting or taking photos in this place. From Merlion Park, cross over to the Esplanade, where you can witness Singapore’s show house. In addition to the interesting architecture for photographs, this building often held art shows that you can watch for free.

Besides Merlion, the Orchard Road is also an iconic famous shopping center area in Singapore that is almost impossible to miss. Along the way, you can see a lined-up shop and mall which is certainly exciting for window shopping or simply taking photographs. Do not be surprised if the place is full of people since this place has become a favorite place for people to shop or simply hang out. If you are seeking a unique experience outside the cosmopolitan lifestyle, then visiting the Bugis Street Market will certainly worth your time, especially if you are looking for some authentic Singaporean souvenirs. Looking for something that is close to our Hotel? Then the Kampong Glam is also a unique destination to explore the Malay culture through culinary, traditional markets, and even boutiques.

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