Singapore has converted itself into one of the most exciting and dramatic cities in Southeast Asia. This city, nicknamed Little Red Dot, is located close to the southern tip of Malaysia. It's a compact and densely populated city that's full of cutting-edge tourist developments, colonial-era buildings and extravagant shopping avenues. Since the city is not too large in terms of area, you'll find it easy to reach some of the most popular attractions. Nothing is more than an hour away from the CBD. Singapore has many glitzy skyscrapers, hidden watering holes and luxurious apartment complexes. It's full of character and charm, and will blow you away with its beauty.
Things to do in Singapore
You don't have to travel around Asia to see different countries. You'll get a glimpse of China, India and Thailand right here in the city. Chinatown, Little India and Patpong are just a few precincts that transport you to different worlds. Book your air tickets to Singapore to find out more about all of its fascinating cultural and entertainment offerings.
Can't wait to start sightseeing? Keep our list of must-dos close:
Head to Singapore Zoo to see a wide variety of animals roaming freely in natural enclosures
Make a stop at the beautiful National Gallery that showcases a range of modern Southeast Asian artworks
Walk through the streets of Chinatown to see how the city has transformed historic shophouses into lovely restaurants and souvenir shops
For a very Indian experience head to Little India—a precinct full of shops selling statues and Indian artifacts
Spend a few hours at Kampong Glam to check out carpets and rugs from the Arabian world
Visit Clarke Quay pedestrian mall that?s home to many interesting nightclubs and restaurants
Visit Orchard Road—the city's ever-popular shopping hub known for its top-end designer stores
Get into a cable car and head to Sentosa to discover the areas theme parks and numerous other attractions
Spend a few hours at Fort Siloso to find out more about Singapore's involvement in World War II
Head to East Coast Park—an urban getaway known for its wonderful nature reserve, skate park and restaurants
Airports in Singapore
This island-city serves as an important transportation hub. The main international airport that serves passengers to this city is the Singapore Changi Airport, which connects passengers from Singapore to nearly 300 cities worldwide. It's considered one of the best airports in the world and sees more than 5 million passengers per year.
The airport is approximately 17 km away from downtown Singapore.
The airport is connected to the city centre via the East Coast Parkway. People can find direct buses (36/36A) to the city and passengers can use the free shuttle bus service to reach the Changi Business Park. There are also trains that connect passengers to Tanah Merah railway station. Passengers need to hop onboard a connecting westbound train to get to the city centre from Tanah Merah. Besides this there are taxis, limousines, large taxis and car rental options available at the airport.