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Situated at the southern end of the Malay peninsula, Singapore is a city state which occupies several islands. It has a multicultural population of well over 5 million inhabitants, many of whom are drawn to the area from around the globe because of its dominance as one of the world's leading financial centres. Singapore's bustling economy is also boosted because of the fact that it is one of the world's busiest container ports, perhaps because it is positioned conveniently for shipping to access either the Indian Ocean, to the west, or the South China Sea and the wider Pacific Ocean, to the east.

Singapore has a wonderful tropical rainforest climate with April and May being the hottest times of year to visit. However, at all times of year the city enjoys fairly even temperatures, along with relatively high humidity. The coolest time of year to head to Singapore is during its monsoon season which runs between November and January.

Due to the wide diversity of people who live in the crossroads that is Singapore, the cuisine on offer is very varied. Many tourists head to the country simply because of the wide range of food that is on offer, with Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisines perhaps being the most noticeable. Many of these cuisines are on offer in their own right, but Singapore's style is often to make a fusion of the different cooking cultures. Thai, Portuguese and English foods are all available widely, as well as restaurants that cater for people with a halal diet. Street food is celebrated in an annual food festival, but you can also find fine dining experiences with some of Singapore's Michelin-rated restaurants.

In terms of tourist attractions, Singapore has plenty to offer. One of the latest crazes is for Singapore's night safari which is accessed on a 35 acre site by a tram. Visitors with children can take advantage of Singapore's Science Centre Observatory which hosts stargazing events each Friday evening. There are also a number of water parks which the whole family can enjoy, such as Adventure Cove and the Sengkank Swimming Complex which boasts no less than eight separate water slides.

For those seeking a more cultural experience, try visiting Singapore's Museum of Art and Design, which has a contemporary feel, or the National Museum of Singapore, which is stuffed full of treasures. Central Singapore has a number of theatres worth visiting, with the Chinese Theatre Circle and the Majestic both standing out. Lastly, take time to visit the Katong Antique House which offers a valuable insight into Singapore's past.
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Did you know...

  • The quickest flight to Singapore is 50 minutes from Singapore
  • Changi Airport is the closest train station to Singapore airport.
  • The cheapest airfare to Singapore is $429 leaving from Adelaide.
  • The closest international airport to Singapore is Batam in Indonesia.

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