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A tiny tropical island of just under 640 sq.kms has the world's busiest port with an airport consistently voted the world's best. Despite rapid growth and soaring sky-scrapers. Singapore has retained and restored its most charming areas, and remains one of the cleanest, greenest and safest cities anywhere in the world. With its progressiveness, sophistication and unique multicultural Asian character Singapore is a reflection of the modern dynamism that marks the entire region. Of the many places of interest the visit to the Sentosa Island and the Night Safari are an experience of a lifetime. A vibrant multi cultural, sophisticated city state where tradition and modernity, East and West, meet in comfortable companionship, intermingle harmoniously and with imagination ! In many ways, Singapore's distinctive appeal as a tourism destination is her ability to provide visitors with unforgettable insights into her old world charms combined with exciting new world visions.


Singapore's Chinatown evolved around 1821 when the first Chinese junk arrived from Xiamen, Fujian province in China. The passengers, all men, set up home around the south of the Singapore River which is known today as Telok Ayer. Chinatown’s local name - Niu Che Shui (Bullock Cart Water) arose from the fact each household at that time had to collect fresh water from the wells in Ann Siang Hill and Spring Street, using bullock-drawn carts. Not all parts of Chinatown are Chinese though. The Al Abrar Mosque along Telok Ayer Street, and the Jamae Mosque and Sri Mariamman Temple along South Bridge Road lay witness to the harmonious racial and religious atmosphere in Singapore. Chinatown can be divided into four main districts - Kreta Ayer, Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar and Bukit Pasoh - each with its own distinctive flavour. The heart of activity is in the Trengganu/Smith Streets area.


This is Asia’s most exiting tropical oceanarium. Walking among the sharks with their steely gazes and the hundreds of shoals of glimmering fish; the abundant marine life makes you wonder if you are travelling in a dream. This is the entrance to Underwater World, an attraction in Sentosa that provides an introduction to the aquamarine world of fishes, corals and others, that will prove to be both enlightening and enjoyable.


VolcanoLand, where you will discover the secrets of the ancient Mayan Civilization and the legendary Mount Prospero, re-creates a journey into the centre of the earth, and traces the origins of the world and the evolution of life.Take the challenge and follow them on an exciting journey to the Kingdom of Fire.


The Sentosa Orchid Gardens offers a variety of orchids to your viewing pleasure. There’s a clock made of flowers, a carp pond and a Japanese teahouse, too.


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