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Singapore is famous for its hawker markets, shopping hubs, tall skyscrapers and the Merlion. Dubbed as the "Mini Asia of the World", this Garden city is a potpourri of Chinese, Malayan And Indian culture.

When in Singapore, do include Singapore Zoo, Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Botanic Gardens, Orchard Road, Singapore Flyer, Chinatown and Sentosa Island in your itinerary.

This island city-state started out as a poor trading port and is currently one of the most affluent countries of the world. Singapore is trying to loosen its reputation of having an uptight attitude in order to lure more tourists. Over the years, there has been an increase in shopping malls, casinos and eateries. The Prime Minister hopes to make Singapore a tropical version of New York, Paris and London, all rolled into one. Food and shopping are a favourite pastime of the people in this nation and the variety of options available is mind-boggling. With so much to offer in terms of its multicultural flair and recreational activities, Singapore can be a great stopover or a whole destination by itself. The ever beautiful Singapore is also home to a number of grand and vibrant festivities including the Singapore Food Festival, the Great Shopping Festival, Singapore Lion Dance and Chinese New Year.  So, what are you waiting for? Get dressed in your best clothes, be a part of the bustling and happy crowd while you enjoy the celebrations in full swing! Shopping is a full-time activity in Singapore as you are going to follow the mantra “Shop till you drop” to the hilt. The place is ideal for retail therapy - shopping malls which are everywhere across the city and they are connected by air-conditioned MRT stations and underground tunnels. If you are planning a trip to Singapore during the months of May to July, make sure you don’t miss The Great Singapore Shopping Festival which takes place during the same time. Some of the famous shopping spots here are Orchard Road, Bugis Street, Little India, Chinatown, Mustafa Center and Marina Square. Of all the names listed above, Mustafa Center and Chinatown are the most recommended markets to shop for your favourite stuff and that too on pocket-friendly prices.

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science centre singapore
15 Science Centre Road, Singapore
☎ +65-64252500
singapore discovery centre
510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore
☎ +65-6792-6188
peranakan museum
39 Armenian Street, Singapore
☎ +65-6332-7591
sun yat sen nanyang memorial hall
12 Tai Gin Road, Singapore
☎ +65-6256-7377
changi chapel and museum
1000 Upper Changi Road North, Singapore 507707, Singapore
☎ +65-6214-2451
malay heritage centre
85 Sultan Gate, Singapore 198501
☎ +65-6391-0450
artscience museum at marina bay sands
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore
☎ +65-66888328
singapore discovery centre
510 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore
☎ +65-6792-6188
orchard road
☎ 6733 1700
asian civilisations museum
1 Empress Place,Singapore
☎ 65 6332 2982
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