Singapore is one of the top destinations in business travel. It is one of the places to stay and work in 2018. A city-state located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, in the Asia Pacific region, Singapore stands on a diamond-shaped island and has 60 islands off the coast facing south. That’s why it is also known as the Diamond of Asia.
Another name of Singapore is Lion City, a name that originates from a Malay legend: Sang Nila Utama, prince of Sumatra, who landed on the island after a storm, met a strange animal that he identified as a lion. A meeting that the prince considered auspicious, to the point of founding a city, Singapura, which, in Sanskrit, means precisely the city of the lion. Most likely, in reality, that the animal was a Malian tiger.
Singapore is a reference destination for those who love shopping: shopping centers, sophisticated shops, art shops, flagship stores, stalls and flea markets to no end. If you are looking for business, keep in mind that in June, every year, the curtain rises on The Great Singapore Sale, the sales period.
Singapore is also able to offer a lively and multiform artistic scene, which finds full expression during the Singapore Art Week. Every year, in January, it is possible to “immerse yourself in a real artistic universe made up of art fairs, street art festivals, open galleries, installations and paths where you can admire the works of local and international artists”.The thriving art world of Singapore is affected by a combination of oriental and western influences. The continuous promotion of art has made Singapore the regional center for exhibitions, exhibitions and international shows.
Singapore’s most renowned museums are the Singapore Art Museum, the National Museum of Singapore, the Asian Civilization Museum, the ArtScience Museum, the Peranakan Museum and the Changi Museum. For the youngest and for toy lovers, the recommended stop is the Mint Museum of Toys.
Those who want to project themselves into some of the most famous animated films, have to do is enter Universal Studios Singapore. Who, instead, wants to have fun in the middle of the water, must stop at the Wild Wild Wet. And then there is the Haw Par Villa, a park based on Chinese mythology.
In Singapore there are no shortage of places and opportunities to go late at a nightclub, in a pub, in a club. The neighborhood of reference is Clarke Quay. Do not miss, especially for those who love dance music, the parties organized in Siloso Beach, the most lively beach on the island of Sentosa.The increasing turnover of Singapore’s beer-clubs-bars has widened from Orchard Road to surprising corners of the city, for example to old shops and warehouses. Tanjong Pagar, Holland Village, Boat Quay and Clarke Quay all offer a fun nightlife. During happy hour (usually from 17:00 to 20:00) drinks are sold at a reduced price or two are sold for the price of one. At the disco you pay the entry, which usually includes the first drink. In most nightclubs, elegant and sporty clothing is mandatory.If you want, you have the option to spend the night with one singapore escort who will show you the best places in the town.
Enjoy this vibrant city!