Singapore has recently been voted Lonely Planet’s top travel destination for 2015.
Singapore, popularly known as “The Garden City”, is situated at the southern tip of the Malaysian Peninsula in Southeast Asia, with a rich and interesting history as far back as 1819. Singapore is a small, prosperous and cosmopolitan city with 4 main ethnic groups, namely, Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians. With museums exhibiting rich collection of historical information and relics, as well as exciting theme parks, attraction spots, bustling shopping and dining delights, Singapore is an excellent city to unwind.
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It is advisable to check if you require a visa to visit Singapore.
This can be done through the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority
As Singapore is a small country, accessibility is relatively high. We have three main modes of public transportation: buses, mass rapid transit (MRT) trains and taxis. For greater convenience and comfort, taxis would provide a faster, though more costly mode of transportation. You can flag a taxi along most roads, join the queue at taxi stands or dial the booking hotlines.
Useful Transport Related Links
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Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) and SBS (Bus) Transport