With meticulously planned architecture, a perfectly coordinated public transport system and litter free roads, Singapore, with not a hair out of place, is literally like a movie set. No fist-clenching traffic jams here, no beggars pulling at your sleeve for alms and certainly no fear of being mugged as you stroll alone well past midnight. With a unique medley of Muslim Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures, there are enough antique shops, temples and ethnic eateries to choose from and a sub-culture that has a flavour of its own. To get under Singaporean skin, read 'Fistful of Colours' by Suchen Christine Lim, watch 'Mee Pok Man' by Eric Khoo and listen to Chinese Opera.
Best time to visit: February to October (dry season). The average temperature in Singapore is 27°C with the highest monthly average being 31°C from February through July and the lowest monthly average being 23°C in January, February, October, November and December.
Singapore is one of the world's great eating capitals and Singaporeans are obsessed with food. Almost everyone eats out and hawker stalls are as good as the finest restaurants and the cuisine is heavily influenced by Malay, Indian and Chinese cultures.
Hello Kitty gear, designer clothes, computer and camera equipment, tea, crafts and souvenirs, silk, comics, chocolates, jewellery, furnishings, duty free goods, lingerie, lamps.
The best and easiest way to see the highlights is on an escorted tour, where all your travel, accommodation and sightseeing arrangements are well taken care of. A knowledgeable local guide brings history and culture to life as you travel in the comfort of your deluxe coach.
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