Singapore is one of the wealthiest countries in all of South East Asia. One will discover this as soon as one arrives at the modern free amenity filled Changi airport (one of the nicest airports in the world). This is one of the most crowded nations on earth considering the actual city dominates the small island. There are plenty of attractions including arguably the city’s most well-known icon, the Merlion statue, the massive Singapore Flyer Wheel, numerous 5-star luxury hotels including one of the most impressive ones, the Marina Bay Sands with its ship like deck perched on top of 3 individual buildings and the world’s largest infinity pool, a plethora of shopping (shopping hub for this part of South East Asia), its own resort island (Sentosa), a world class zoo, Chinatown and Little India.
The metro and bus systems are very well developed, affordable and efficient. Singapore is a hub for this part of Asia and international flights are readily available from a variety of countries. To see the highlights, we recommend at least 4 days. Singapore has one of the better developed tourism boards and for more information about this small island country, please visit: www.visitsingapore.com