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To enter Singapore is to enter a world of architectural wonders and culinary delights where lush greenery and Eco-Friendly malls coexist in confidence. Here is where friends, families, and lovers come to find themselves and each other in a spirit that transcends cultures and new experiences are created every day.

Fans of history and culture can expect to have a field day exploring the many museums and sites celebrating the Singaporean identity and multicultural way of life. But the city itself is a living, breathing display of cultural and religious diversity. For a festive atmosphere, nothing beats visiting the major ethnic enclaves: Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam. Each one draws visitors with striking sights and scents, intriguing shops, and sightseeing spots. They especially brighten up during cultural events and festivals that are open to the public, so time your visit well!

If food is your passion, Singapore is your place. While Malay is the national language and English the official language, food is the universal language of Singapore. Dig in and discover the island’s multi-ethnic smorgasbord of tantalizing aromas and tastes at the island’s iconic Hawker Centers. The open-air food courts—such as the world-famous Maxwell Food Centre and the Chinatown Complex Food Centre—are packed with stalls serving fresh and affordable street foods like Singapore-style chicken rice, Hokkien Prawn Mee (stir-fried noodles and shrimp). Beyond the mind-boggling array of new foods, visiting hawker stalls is the best way to learn how to eat like a local. Order a steaming bowl of spicy fish head curry, for example, and you’re sure to get friendly advice on how to eat it: with rice, with your hand, and, if you dare, pop the eyeball in your mouth.

Shopaholics rejoice! Retail therapy is big in Singapore with malls at every corner of the island. No stranger to the high-life, the shops along Orchard Road and Marina Bay Sands are among the most iconic shopping hotspots in the country with big-name brands from multinational groups like LVMH, Kering and Prada. Discover world-class designs proudly made in Singapore at Design Orchard, placed along the Orchard road. Curated by beloved local retailer Naiise, the building’s first floor serves as a gateway into the wondrous world of Singapore design showcasing over 60 homegrown designers, ranging from artisanal wares to furniture and fashion.

When the sun goes down, Singapore’s smart crowd follows the rising chorus of chatter and music to the doors of the city’s coolest clubs and bars. Join them over at Clarke Quay for the thumping beats at the ever-popular Zouk or the frenzied rock scene of Crazy Elephant. Themed bars and venues for midnight revelries line the Quay; whichever flavor of nightlife fun tickles your fancy, you’ll definitely find it here.

So now that you know why you should visit Singapore, you’re probably itching to pack a suitcase and jet set to the vibrant island.