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Singapore - be inspired at a cultural event on the Esplanade
Visible from many parts of the city the Esplanade in Singapore is the islands premier location for cultural events. It hosts both a theatre and the country’s concert hall. Built from glass it is particularly noticeable at night when it is lit up. Tours of the building are available or alternatively book yourself a ticket for a play or concert and enjoy a bit of culture.
Singapore - experience delectable asian cusine
The multi racial nature of Singapore’s population means that there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a wide range of culinary delights. Whether you enjoy Indian, Chinese, Thai, Malay, Vietnamese or western food, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from and the city even has its own China Town and Little India. In addition to fine restaurants there are also many opportunities to sample local delicacies from the many street vendors that can be found at night time.
Introduction of SingaporeAuthor:
One of Asia's most affluent and developed nations, Singapore has food, shopping and culture that have made it one of the most popular city-break destinations in the region. From the colonial Riverside district with its museums, bars and restaurants to the ethnic cuisine in Chinatown and Little India, there is something for everyone. Most travellers get here by flying into Changi Airport, a regional hub and one of the most user-friendly airports in the world. The airport is connected to the city's hotel districts by the fantastic Mass Rapid Transit system. Singapore hotels range from backpacker hostels in Little India to more exquisite accommodation on Orchard Road, the main shopping district. More locally-orientated shopping scenes can be found in Marina Bay and Bugis. Outdoor pursuits centre on Sentosa Island, accessible by cable car from the mainland and home to a number of beaches. Families will enjoy attractions like Singapore Zoo and Jurong Bird Park. Food is paramount to Singaporean culture, with a fusion of Chinese, Indian and Malay fare dished up. Each district's hawker centre is a good place to find cheap eats in basic but comfortable surroundings.