Singapore – A beautiful city-state

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Name: Singapore Changi Airport

Code: SIN

Terminals: 4

Types: Ride-Hailing, Taxi, Bus, Train

Ride-Hailing Grab, Gojek, Ryde

icon Public buses are available. The buses are usually located at the basement bus bays.

icon Scheduled trains are available to take you to different stations around the city.

icon Taxis are available for hire at the taxi stands in the Arrival areas of Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. A ride to the city takes about 30 minutes and costs between S$20 and S$40.

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Types: Ride-Hailing, Taxi, Bus, Train

Ride-Hailing Grab, Gojek, Ryde

icon Singapore's bus system has an extensive network of routes covering most places in the city.

icon Singapore’s MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system is the quickest way to stroll around the city. Most tourist attractions are usually a walkable distance away from an MRT station.

icon Metered taxis are available all around the city. You can hail a taxi by the roadside at most places.

Language:   English

Singapore is a melting pot of people from all over the world. Situated fewer than 100 miles north of the equator, Singapore is a city-state with one large island and 63 smaller islands. Amazingly, Singapore went from being a developing nation into a developed country within three decades. It is an amazing feat that many countries have been unable to do after longer timespans.

The Southeast Asian country is renowned for being incredibly modern. Skyscrapers kiss the wild blue yonder while major financial institutions and international corporations make their homes in Singapore.

Often called “a playground for the rich”, Singapore offers travelers to Asia something unique. It isn’t the backpacker haven Thailand and Vietnam are for travelers. It is a land of luxury hotels, five-star restaurants, and one of Formula One’s high profile Grand Prix races of the year. Over 19 million foreign tourists visited Singapore in 2019, and the number is bound to increase as the years go by.

Top Tourist Attractions

Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay Sands has one of the most unique designs in the world and is instantly recognizable even if travelers have never been there. Opened in 2010, the resort and casino is one of the most popular luxurious attractions in Singapore. Marina Bay Sands contains a mall, museum, two large theaters, restaurants owned by notable celebrity chefs, two floating Crystal Pavilions, art-science exhibits, and the world’s largest atrium casino. It is an all-in-one destination.

Ultimate Drive

Petrolheads can get behind the wheel of a supercar on one of F1’s official racetracks. The Ultimate Drive Experience gives drivers the chance to test their skills driving a Ferrari or Lamborghini supercar. Drivers can choose from four high-speed packages including a street circuit tour, Street Freeway Tour, Ultimate Freeway Tour, or the Singapore Explorer. Each experience offers its own quirks that drivers will love. All four give petrolheads the chance to drive on Singapore’s Marina Bay F1 Street Circuit. Drivers can choose to drive or sit shotgun as an experienced instructor speeds around the circuit.

Singapore Flyer

Travelers looking for a great view of Singapore will find it at the Singapore Flyer. The Ferris wheel is the 2nd largest observation wheel in the world and gives riders the chance to see for miles with views extending to Malaysia and Indonesia. Visitors to the Singapore Flyer can also visit the Journey of Dreams exhibit to learn about Singapore’s amazing history. A ride on the Singapore Flyer will take 30 minutes.

Clarke Quay

Situated on the riverside, Clarke Quay is a vibrant area packed with bars and restaurants. It is a beautiful part of the city at night when it is aglow courtesy of its drinking and dining establishments. Clarke Quay is also home to trendy fashion stores and other top of the line shops. The waterside provides a gorgeous background for a day or evening out. It is a favorite spot for tourists and shouldn’t be missed while exploring Singapore.

Raffles Hotel

Raffles Hotel is one of the most historic landmarks in Singapore. It has hosted stays for a variety of people including political dignitaries and pop stars. Opened in 1887, the hotel was named after the man who founded Singapore, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. The colonial-style hotel is one of the most beautiful examples of the period’s architecture. Its bar is also famous as it was the location of the Singapore Sling’s invention. They say it is still the best place to order the drink in town.



Singapore is said to have the best Chinatown in the world. It is the best example of China’s neighborhoods and architecture outside of China itself. Chinatown has a number of small, independently owned restaurants and shops. Travelers can also find ornate temples with colorful ceremonies. Chinatown is incredibly special. Across the area, there are heritage markers explaining the importance of various locales.

Night Safari

Singapore has a fantastic zoo that is perfect for kids and adults. Its collection of animals and design make it a fascinating day out. Once the sun sets, zoo-goers can get even closer to the animals thanks to the Night Safari. The wildlife park opens in the evening and remains open well into the night. Located next to the zoo, visitors will wander the footpaths while viewing over 120 animal species. The darkness gives a very different feeling to the one offered during daylight hours. It can be spooky and fun all at the same time.

Singapore is a beautiful, modern country of skyscrapers and luxury hotels, and it offers unique areas brimming with culture. Singapore is a destination for travelers looking for something unique, and it delivers in spades for world travelers and gearheads alike.