Singapore is an ultra-modern city of soaring skyscrapers, commercial efficiency and the world's busiest port. It is hard to imagine that such an affluent and vibrant cosmopolitan city with 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, commanding 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 explore the various religious landmarks and memorials around the island and get a taste of its impressive history and cultural diversity. Nature lovers can look forward to Singapore's countless landscaped gardens, parks and extraordinary wildlife reserves.