Bask in the sun and sip a cocktail 650 feet above sea level, hunt for trinklets and savour local fare in the ethnic districts, traipse through the Botannic Gardens and the Night Safari - there is much to do in Singapore aside from gazing at its glittering skyscape.
Cultivated to be one of the fastest growing cities in the Asia Pacific, Singapore had its humble roots as a trading port in the Raffles’ time. It is unsurprising that the city-state has always been favoured for being a confluence of cultures. This is distinctly apparent in its cuisine, a delightful blend of Malay, Chinese and Indian flavours from which its main population is comprised.
Also in bleeding through in its architecture, a wonderous amalgamation of ornate mosques, intricate temples, a scattering of colonial black & white houses, traditional shop-houses all against the ever-soaring backdrop of offices and apartments. There is much to do and see, with plenty of excellent museums, performing arts venues, epicurean restaurants to fill your day.