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Singapore, the gateway to Southeast Asia, is your client’s springboard to an exceptional destination. With tropical climate and calm waters, Singapore makes for a perfect destination all year round.
And now, Singapore welcomes all travelers, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status.

Craving new discoveries? Your clients can feel like a “Crazy Rich Asian” wandering among the giant Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay, be amazed at the world’s largest orchid garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or settle in for a nature respite while exploring the city’s many islands and nature reserves.

Savoring a burst of culture and flavors? Stroll through Singapore’s charming cultural districts and immerse in the city’s multi-cultural makeup that shapes our unique architecture, colorful festivities, and exciting food scene. Look forward to satisfying their taste buds from sampling classic local dishes at the many hawker centers, to tasting Michelin-starred delicacies.
Inspire your clients with a reimagined Singapore get-away today, and they will return grateful!

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Chinatown – Explore a Chinatown Like No Other

Chinatown is filled with an exciting meld of hip haunts, cultural treasures, and architectural gems. Once an enclave for Singapore’s Chinese immigrant population, the Chinatown of today is much beloved for its blend of old and new. 

Immerse in rich art and history at the iconic Buddha Tooth Relic Temple along with the bustling Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple nearby, and explore the unique hawker centers serving up scrumptious meals.  Besides being home to culture and tradition, Chinatown is also a neighborhood filled with a plethora of bustling bars, serving up some of the best cocktails in the city to quench that thirst.

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Traveling to Singapore is now much easier. Since August 2022:
• All Singapore-bound visitors who had been vaccinated against COVID-19 just need to provide acceptable proof of vaccination upon entering the country.

• All Singapore-bound visitors who are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 just need to submit a negative Pre-Departure PCR or ART test upon entering the country.

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Kampong Gelam – Mix of Old and New World

As Singapore’s oldest urban quarter, Kampong Gelam is an eclectic blend of history and culture with a trendy lifestyle. It’s landmark, the Sultan Mosque, stands majestically in the center of the Malay district, watching over the old world shophouses spread out along Arab Street.  

In turn, Arab Street is a shopaholic’s dream with exquisite fabrics and Persian rugs, and featuring Singapore’s narrowest street, Haji Lane, which brims with unique street art, quaint cafes, and trendsetting fashion boutiques and cafes. Insider tip: head to Zam Zam, Singapore’s oldest restaurant, for some delicious Murtabak.

Little India – A Buzzling Ethnic District

Did you know? Singapore’s Little India once featured a racecourse, cattle herders, and brick kilns! Though long gone, time does stand still in pockets of this historic district. 

Little India of today is one of Singapore’s most vibrant districts. Your clients will find traditional shops alongside modern businesses, and have their fill of authentic Indian cuisine, such as South and North Indian cuisines and local fare like roti prata (Indian flat bread) and teh tarik (pulled tea in Malay). 

Your clients may indulge in some new buys at the Mustafa Centre, a favorite late-night shopping spot that's open 24/7.


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Joo Chiat / Katong – Discover Peranakan Culture

Joo Chiat, home to the Peranakans, with its colorful shophouse, quaint stores and mouth- watering eateries, is a lesser known yet intriguing district in Singapore. 

The Intan is a private home-museum dedicated to celebrating the unique culture of Peranakans and has more than 5,000 artefacts on display. Peranakan boutiques of Kim Choo and Rumah Bebe feature more of the culture, from intricate beaded slippers to traditional kebayas (traditional Nonya dress) and batik tableware that your clients can pick up as memorable souvenirs. 

As one of the city-state’s best foodie destinations, culinary choices are bountiful with trendy cafes that sit next to the old-world coffeeshops offering up the delicious kueh zhang, glutinous rice meat dumplings wrapped in lotus leaves.

Civic District – Where Art Meets Heritage

A walk through the Civic District reveals Singapore’s historical, architectural, and cultural heritage. 

Started as a master plan in 1822 by founder of modern Singapore, Sir Stamford Raffles, the district is home to many government buildings, such as the new Parliament House and Supreme Court, as well as numerous art institutions occupying historic landmarks of the city. The former Parliament Houses are now home to The Arts Houses, while the former City Hall and Supreme Court were reborn as the National Gallery of Singapore, displaying the world’s largest collection of Southeast Asian art. 

Sitting majestically on the Singapore River, the Asian Civilisations Museum showcases Singapore’s diverse heritage mix of races and cultures.

With the multi-cultural make-up of Singapore, visitors will find a natural food-centric culture and a confluence of culinary experiences to behold. 

A myriad of mouth-watering local and authentic dishes, like the laksa noodles, fried carrot cake, and the much-loved chicken rice awaits to be savored at the hawker centers where affordable offerings of a wide variety of choices are readily available, including a five dollar one-Michelin starred minced pork noodles from Tai Hwa Pork Noodle hawker.

There are plenty of ‘stars’ in the culinary scene, from modern Peranakan meal at the Candlenut Restaurant, modern French cuisine at award-winning Odette, to crispy roti prata (Indian flat bread) at a wet market tour of Tekka Market. Visitors are never far from mouth-watering dishes anywhere in Singapore.

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City in Nature

Singapore’s sustainability and eco-friendliness are on full display everywhere you look, from the greenery-covered skyscrapers to the numerous sprawling gardens and nature parks throughout the island. 

Whether it is a scenic walk over the Henderson Waves Bridge and Treetop Walk, delving into the lush worlds of the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, or gazing up in awe at the Supertrees of the Gardens by the Bay, Singapore redefines the concept of a city to make it a very enjoyable “walk in the park”!

Singapore Island Hopping

Do you know? Mainland Singapore is surrounded by more than 60 islands! Your clients may wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the main island and explore some of the outer islands. Perhaps the most well-known is Pulau Ubin, where nature and history intertwine and where visitors can be transported back to 1960s kampong (village) life. 

Hop on a bike or take a van to explore this island’s rich eco-system evident in the Chek Jawa Wetlands. Or hop onto St. John’s Island, where visitors may delight in diving adventures or breezy cycling trips. Visit Singapore’s Kusu Island and its tortoise sanctuary housing hundreds of this sacred animal, step into history at the Chinese Da Bo Gong Temple, or take on the 152-step climb to the top of island where one would find the 3 keramats – holy shrines of Malay saints.


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