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With its warm climate, world-class hotels and unbeatable eating options, Singapore is a great year-round destination. The proliferation of luscious greenery makes for a good-looking city too and there are plenty of verdant, open spaces to enjoy, from the longstanding Botanical Gardens to the impressive Gardens by the Bay. When the heat or rain gets too much, you can take respite in the city’s many shopping malls with their copious shops and restaurants. The Lion City is compact and easy to navigate either on the clean and efficient Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train system or the reasonably priced taxis.

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Singapore, also known as the 'Lion City' is always worth a journey. The climate is tropical and temperatures are around 28 degrees all year round. Below, we introduce you to some of Singapore's most interesting districts. A calendar of events and a vast array of restaurant and shopping tips can be found on the homepage of the Singapore Tourism Board. Singapore Airlines flies to the much awarded Changi Airport.

 

Marina Bay

Marina Bay

Asia’s metropolis of superlatives – Singapore owes this reputation not least to its modern million dollar district Marina Bay located directly in the bay. Prestigious record-breaking projects have transformed the district to the current hotspot and have shaped the skyline of the lion city completely new.
 
In the heart of the city lies the most spectacular hotel of Singapore. The mighty Marina Bay Sands – comprising of three towers, which are connected through a long surfboard-shaped roof – is the heart of the Marina Bay. It accommodates Singapore’s first casino and lures with the world’s highest infinity pool and a sky park on the roof.
 
The Marina Bay district offers its inhabitants and visitors everything they could wish for: From sumptuous food, luxurious boutiques and shopping malls to great entertainment and the best nightclubs in town.

 

China Town

China Town

Soak up fascinating China in one of Singapore's liveliest districts. Not only does Chinatown lure with tempting food stalls and shops but also with fascinating temples.
 
The true to original renovated facades of its townhouses give visitors the feeling of having arrived in the midst of China. Lively Chinatown close to the Singapore River is bustling with love of life and offers fascinating changes at every corner. From traditional Chinese dishes served at the famous food stalls, trashcult in little shops or cultural places of interest such as impressive temples; there is so much to be discovered. Bargain hunters’ hearts will beat faster at the stalls along the road. Chinatown’s regular night markets are especially popular.

Little India

Little India

The cultural richness of India on just a few square kilometers, do you think this is impossible? Not in Little India. The Indian district of the Southeast Asian metropolis Singapore inspires with architectural highlights, shopping possibilities and hot Indian food. The only thing missing is the Taj Mahal.
 
On Buffalo Road, owners and tourists alike can not only find Bollywood movies, electrical equipment and exotic spices. Around fascinating Abdul Gafoor mosque with its slim minarets and playful archways many paranormal things are happening too. Real fortune-tellers and jugglers are waiting for paying audience here. Who wants to embark on a culinary travel through India will feel perfectly well on Race Course Roa

Kampong Glam

Kampong Glam

Welcome to the Orient! In the 'village of the Kajeput tree', history of Muslim Malays comes alive. At the latest when looking at the street markets, the magnificent mosques and palaces of Kampong Glam, one feels like in a fairy tale of Arabian Nights.
 
The multicoloured townhouses built in the 19th century give Kampong Glam its almost magical charm. The neighbourhood is full of Oriental and Asian souvenirs and little wonders – it wouldn’t surprise if one stumbled across Aladdin’s magic lantern in one of the little stores of Bussorah Street.