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Singapore is a monumentally diverse city, with a multicultural mix of population and a unique combination of being an economic hub as well as a family playground. From the reams of shopping complexes on Orchard Road to the bustling attractions on Sentosa, Universal Studios and the riveting nightlife of Clark Quay.
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Singapore has one of the most unique multicultural nations in Asia. Even though Singapore is a densely populated city, there is still a large amount of greenery in various parks, such as East Coast Parkway and the stunning Botanical Gardens.
Being a popular destination for travellers, a hub for international business and a home to many expats from all over the world, flights to Singapore can fill up quickly so for the best value cheap flights to Singapore, we recommend that you try and book in advance and avoid the busiest times of year such as Chinese New Year, the school holidays and Christmas.
If you prefer to travel on direct flights to Singapore, there are a couple of options from the UK including national carrier Singapore Airlines, Qantas and British Airways. There are also plenty of indirect flights which involve a transit or change of planes along the way.
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Singapore has an endless list of attractions and activities to discover; most of the hotels are situated around Orchard Road, which is in the middle of the Central Business District (CBD) and where the majority of the shopping centres are situated so it’s an ideal place to stay. From Orchard Road you can easily get to any part of the city, there is an endless supply of taxis and transport opportunities.
There are a few must do’s on the agenda, viisit the Singapore Zoo which is known to be one of the top zoos in the world and it also has a fantastic Night Safari just next door, also Jurong Bird Park is a lovely day out and definitely something the kids will love. For thrill seekers there are snow and water sports centres as well as the Wild Wild Wet water theme park. For art and culture lovers there are plenty of galleries and museums such as the NUS Museum, The Arts House and Artfolio.
Just off Singapore is the island of Sentosa which has a whole host of attractions on one small island, from three beaches to a historical adventure at Fort Siloso, Dolphin Lagoon and Resorts World which has its very own Universal Studios. Dining in Singapore is a favourite pastime, the most popular places to eat and drink are Boat Quay and Clark Quay with their rows of bars and restaurants along the riverside.
Wala Wala Café, situated in Holland Village, is a great place to hang out with friends and watch live bands and you must visit the smashing Ku De Ta where you can sip cocktails on the roof top bar while enjoying the view of the skyline – a perfect way to end your Singapore experience.
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Being just 1 degrees from the equator, Singapore has an extremely tropical climate; with hot and somewhat humid temperatures during the day. It also has an unpredictable rain pattern, Singapore can be subject to downpours, almost on a daily basis, but these only last a matter of hours before the sunshine resumes. These can be somewhat refreshing and serves as a break from the strong sun.
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