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Singapore: gateway to Southeast Asia

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Situated on its own island close to the Malay Peninsula, the city state of Singapore is often considered one of the region’s most accessible destinations. It’s a densely packed nation of more than five million people, made up of Chinese, Malay, Eurasian, and Indian residents. Singapore also has a healthy dose of expatriates from around the world.

Although it is distinctly Asian, Singapore’s origins as a British colony are still plain to see. English is an official language alongside Malay, Chinese and Tamil, but this extraordinary locale is much more than a colonial outpost.

Book a flight to Singapore with Qatar Airways and discover a rich, varied and exotic destination that’s full of surprises.

Singapore highlights

Singapore’s cultural diversity seeps into its cuisine, architecture and traditions, making it the ideal venue for the adventurous traveller.

  • Tourist attractions

    If you want to relax in a beach, Singapore has several offerings, including those located on Sentosa Island. The country’s position relatively close to the equator means that good weather is virtually guaranteed. Although it’s a relatively young nation, Singapore has plenty of historic attractions to explore, including the National Museum of Singapore and the colonial-era architecture of Raffles Hotel.

    The Bukit Timah Nature reserve is a good place to experience the flora and fauna of the country. For animal lovers, the Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo are essential visits. There are also numerous religious sites to visit, from all faiths. The Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and Thian Hock Keng Chinese temple are on most visitors’ itineraries during a trip to Singapore.

  • Leisure activities

    Despite its small size, Singapore is one of the wealthiest nations in the world. When you travel to Singapore you’ll soon discover that two of the city-state’s main pleasures are shopping and dining. Watersports such as surfing, swimming and scuba diving are also popular leisure activities for visitors, as are sports like golf. For families with children, there are a number of theme parks like Universal Studios Singapore and Wild Wild Wet, for a variety of thrilling slides and rides.

    If you’re planning on being a little more laid-back, you can look into one of the numerous top quality spas. They offer a variety of therapies and treatments, including traditional massage.

    Keep an eye out for cultural and sporting events during your visit. One such attraction is the Singapore Grand Prix, which offers the unique chance to see F1 stars pitting themselves against the humid Singaporean night.

  • Food

    Singapore is a multicultural nation, so it’s unsurprising that its restaurants and street vendors offer a diverse range of cuisines from around the world. Singaporean cuisine itself is a fusion of disparate elements and ingredients from Malay, Chinese and Western cultures. Chilli crab, laksa (noodles with coconut curry) and satay are good starting points for your culinary explorations.

    Malaysian cuisine is also very popular in Singapore, so expect to find plenty of rendang and other specialty dishes.

  • Shopping

    At first sight, shopping in Singapore might seem expensive to anyone who’s been travelling around the region for a while. However, it’s actually much more affordable than destinations in Europe and North America.

    Shoppers who travel to Singapore spend many an hour (and dollar) frequenting the large shopping malls that are ubiquitous in the country. For fashion and top quality consumer goods, head to Orchard Road. For something more traditional to remind you of your visit, head to Chinatown or Little India.

Essential facts about Singapore

Enjoy a hassle-free journey with all the information you need to know before your trip


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