Why Visit Singapore?


Gardens by the Bay is one of Asia’s top nature parks. Spanning 250 acres in the Central Region of Singapore, is home to waterfront gardens, a tropical cloud forest and a flower dome – the largest greenhouse in the world – and panoramic walkways connecting it all. And be sure to visit the Botanic Gardens – another 60 acres of the city which has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, containing a simply stunning orchid garden.


Raffles Hotel

Once a beach house, then a private home, the hotel is Singapore’s Grand Dame and a must visit destination. Whether you sit at the bar with its famous eponymous cocktail, or take tea in the Tiffin Room, Raffles exceeds all expectations.




China Town

One of the largest of Singapore’s ethnic enclaves, China Town is packed with eateries, food stalls, hip bars, shops, mosques and temples, pulsating twenty four hours a day. A maze of small streets, it’s rich in heritage and a sharp contrast to the rest of the city.




The Zoo

This beautifully maintained park will enthral all ages. Enclosures are created just like natural habitats, with an extraordinary array of animals from all corners of the globe, including Komodo dragons. There are even night safaris.




Orchard Road

If you need a spot of retail therapy or just a bit of window shopping, look no further. It’s a mile of neon lights, designer stores, trinket shops, cinemas and art galleries.






This entire island is dedicated to theme and amusement parks, and a family could quite happily spend a week here. A water park, and aquarium, a sky walk, Universal Studios, golf courses and the Southern Beaches are just a few of the attractions it holds. You’ll need to plan your itinerary carefully!