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Singapore is possibly one of the most enjoyable and diverse cities in Southeast Asia. From the moment you fly into one of the world's best airports and travel to the city along the Pan Island Expressway lined with trees, wander along the shops on Orchard Road, experience the cultural diversity of the city when visiting Chinatown and Little India or take a walk around any of the city’s parks, you'll know the city bears little no comparison to the regions other main cities in terms of crime or round the clock traffic.

All good on the equator

There isn’t a bad time to visit Singapore. Because of the unique mix of cultures and ethnicities Singapore has to offer there are events and festivals all year round, from fashion to religion to cinema to food. Just about on the equator (only about 85 miles away), Singapore is always warm, never dropping below 20°C and the high humidity levels means Singapore gets fairly steady rainfall throughout the year. The wettest months are said to be November through to January, when the temperature is slightly lower and driest are supposedly May to July, but in truth there is little to differentiate the weather all year round.

The Garden City

For such a small nation, this place definitely does not lack for places to go. Known as the “garden city”, Singapore is covered in parks and gardens. Even the Expressways are lined with trees and flowered bushes, and being one of only two cities in the world with an area of primary rainforest within its limits (Rio de Janeiro being the other) the 164 hectare Bukit Timah Nature Reserve does nothing to harm this reputation.

Due to Singapore’s distinctively chequered past, the city is littered with museums ranging from art, coins and military to philately (stamp collecting to you and me). Landmarks and historical buildings dating back to Singapore’s colonial past and Japanese occupation are scattered around the city, such as the Parliament House, Supreme Court building and the statues of Sir Stamford Raffles.

If after all that you are left wanting more, there is the internationally acclaimed Singapore Zoo, housing over 2000 animals and gaining praise for using all natural barriers such as streams to create an open feel and separate animals. If your sightseeing isn’t to be restricted by daylight why not continue your zoological experience at the Night Safari. Described as the world’s premier night zoo, there are over 1200 animals and over 110 exotic species housed in various man-made habitats that recreate their natural homes.

One place you must visit when in Singapore is Sentosa Island. As soon as you arrive on the island you would struggle not to find your own little piece of paradise among the many attractions, with entertainment by day and night, blossoming green gardens to walk around, dancing fountains, two tournament sized golf courses and over 3km of sandy beaches, not to mention the huge New Year’s foam parties.

Shop ‘til you drop

Shopping is without doubt one of the greatest pleasures to be found in Singapore. Part of the fun is that there is such a great variety of shops all over this island city. Search for bargains in small local shops, walk through the different ethnic quarters, explore the modern shopping malls or visit the shopping Mecca that is Orchard Road, where you can find almost anything you need from designer goods and electronics to souvenirs.

Food, food, food!

Food is the nightlife in Singapore. While shopping may be one of the city's great pleasures there is no doubt that food is the islands favourite pastime. There are the usual multinational fast food chains if you can't bring yourself to stray away from what you know. And if your cards haven’t taken enough of a bashing on Orchard Road earlier in the day the restaurants and fine dining in this ethnic hotpot should definitely be tried out. But if you want to experience the real Singapore, head to any of the Hawker Centres where the love for food is so great you won’t hear “Hi, how are you?” but will instead be greeted with “Have you eaten?”. Sit out under the night sky with locals and tourists alike, and enjoy a local beer with some of the famous chilli crab.

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