Singapore Overview
What To See And Do
Botanical Gardens
Kuan Yin Temple
Learn Feng Shui
Sultan Abu Mosque
Sentosa Island
Jurong Bird Park
Related Destinations
Malai Village
Kuala Lampur
Sentosa Island
It is hard to imagine that Singapore, an affluent and vibrant cosmopolitan city with modern high-rise buildings was once a humble fishing village.  Its strategic geographical location in Southeast Asia has enabled the small island to become a central seaport among major shipping routes.  Singapore commands an enormous presence in the world with its free trade economy and efficient workforce.
Singapore offers a rich multicultural experience through Chinese, Malay and Indian communities living in harmony while retaining distinct individuality in terms of customs, food, religion and language.  Visitors can embark on a heritage trail and enjoy the sights and sounds at various cultural precincts, notably Chinatown, Little India and Bugis Village the old Malay district.
Nature lovers can look forward to Singapore's countless landscaped gardens, parks and wildlife reserves.  Jurong Bird Park is a 50-acre sanctuary to an enormous collection of bird life from around the world.  Singapore Zoo is known for having visitors experience close encounters with animals roaming freely in open habitats.  Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a sustainable eco-tourism center and home to a wide variety of wildlife and lush flora and fauna.  Labrador Nature Reserve is an oasis of calm that also contains historical World War II relics and secret tunnels that were left hidden and forgotten until recently rediscovered in 2001.
Singapore's popular island playground, Sentosa is located only a quarter of a mile away from the busy city.  Visitors can enjoy white sandy beaches and a variety of attractions including Underwater World Oceanarium, Dolphin Lagoon and Merlion Tower.
Singapore offers something for everyone.  Visitors can explore the various religious landmarks and memorials around the island and get a taste of its impressive history and cultural diversity. Customize your trip to Singapore and combine with other exciting destinations in the region, such as Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, and Sydney.