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  • Capital: Singapore
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar(SGD)
  • International airport: Singapore Changi Airport(SIN)


Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore, and often referred to as the Lion City, the Garden City, and theRed Dot, is a global city in Southeast Asia and the world's only island city-state. Malaysia is ranked 11th in the world and 2nd in Southeast Asia for tourist arrivals.

Although Singapore is a small country, the array of entertainment is compatible to other countries. As one of the leading tourist destinations in Asia and with millions of visitors every year, Singapore is popular as a business traveling destination due to the large number of exhibitions and conferences organized every month in Singapore. A destination is a place which is created for a purpose and that is what Singapore has achieved to be. It has created a destination for tourists from all over the world to visit, sometimes especially for its tropical climate. The following attractions have been established or modified to accommodate people to keep interest for tourist and also sustain the tourism industry. To stay popular, Singapore has maintained its standards by improving and expanding its tourist attractions. An example is the allowance of casinos to be built when the plan was denied vigorously for the past few years.



Sentosa Island

Singapore Sentosa Island a 15 minute drive from the city, it has many recreational facilities including family attractions, sea sports, golf as well as hotel accommodation and with over 20 attractions in this island. A canopy of secondary rainforest taking 70 per cent of the 500-hectare island and is home to monitor lizards, monkeys, peacocks, parrots as well as other native fauna and flora. Sentosa has a 3.2-kilometre stretch of white sand beach, and is the only location in Singapore to offer a sea side accommodation of over 670 hotel rooms. This island is accessible by cable car, bus, taxi or car, the island is open for 24 hours a day.


Singapore Flyer

The Singapore Flyer is the world's largest Giant Observation Wheel which is 165m in height making it one of Asia's biggest tourist attractions. The fixed capsules are comparable to the size of a bus and the spectacular monument is able to hold 784 passengers in total of 28 capsules. Each revolution takes an estimation of 30 minutes for visitors to enjoy the Singapore's landscape. The Singapore Flyer, besides the Marina Barrage, was one of the destinations to view the F1 Night Race held in Singapore in 2009.


Resorts World Sentosa

There are going to be a total of 2 integrated resorts that is going to be opening in Singapore at the beginning of the year 2010. The first would be the Resorts World Sentosa that would be the biggest Integrated Resort that takes up 49-hectare. This big piece of land would be made up of six hotels, the Universal Studios Singapore family theme park and MICE facilities that include one of Asia's largest Grand Ballrooms. There would be a lot of entertainment and shows, as well as celebrity chef restaurants, brand-name boutiques and a half-kilometer long shopping and dining Strip named FestiveWalk.


Marina Bay Sands

The second integrated resort would be the Marina Bay Sands, set to become a premier entertainment destination with its various attractions and facilities. Marina Bay Sands will be located along Marina Bay waterfront with its hotel towers and a sky park, 'floating' crystal pavilions and a lotus-inspired Museum. The retail stores would have popular brandings, trendy Celebrity Chef Restaurants, entertainment at the theaters, the hottest night clubs and a Las Vegas-style casino. Business visitors will also enjoy the extensive Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE) facilities featuring state-of-the-art technology. Marina Bay Sands combines business and leisure together making it more fun.



The stability in Singapore is one of the points why tourist comes to Singapore. Riots and protesting are not allowed which will be heavily penalized if it ever to happens. Crime rates are low compared to other countries, from a news article on the internet in New York Times an author wrote about Singapore quoting "An individual can walk through any street in Singapore any time of day without fear. You can leave your car parked on the street and expect to find it there, intact, when you return to it. Criminals using firearms to commit crimes have the book thrown at them, because this is taken as intent to commit grievous bodily harm. Drug peddlers who seek to profit from bringing the pain and misery of addiction to unsuspecting individuals know the risk capital punishment when caught." This is to show Singapore is to be strict to be stable.



Singapore is a cosmopolitan country with no racial riots. There is even a special day just to celebrate the harmony of the different races living together. It happens every year on the 21st July and is called the Racial Harmony Day. On this day, students are educated in school to reflect on and celebrate Singapore's success as a harmonious nation and society built on a rich diversity of cultures and heritages. Tourist of all kinds would feel at ease when coming to Singapore as they know they are safe from any discrimination or racial chaos.