Uniquely Singapore - Unique is the word that best
captures Singapore, a dynamic city rich in contrast and
colour where you'll find a harmonious blend of culture,
cuisine, arts and architecture. A bridge between the
East and the West for centuries, Singapore, located in
the heart of fascinating Southeast Asia, continues to
embrace tradition and modernity today. Brimming with
unbridled energy and bursting with exciting events, the
city offers countless unique, memorable experiences
waiting to be discovered.
A single day's trails will take you from the past to the
future, from a colourful ethnic enclave to an efficient
business centre, from serene gardens to sleek
Singapore is truly a city like no other, a world of
possibilities. With its friendly and welcoming people,
state-of-the-art infrastructure and something new
happening everyday, your stay will be a memorable
mix-and-match of all the things you have always wanted
to do. Come and enjoy countless fascinating experiences,
and take away memories that are uniquely Singapore.
SingaporeThe country of Singapore is an extremely lively
city where fun, food and celebration of every occasion
is a common feature. Street performances are held during
important festivals such as Chinese New Year where the
Lion Dance is a spectacular, acrobatic dance usually
performed during Chinese festivals and other dance style
include Malay and Indian dances. Chinese opera, an
ancient form of theatre, is a colourful mix of dialogue,
music, song and dance is popular amongst the older
Singapore can be termed as the food capital of Asia.
Chinese, Indian, Malay, Indonesian and Western foods are
all available. Singapore is a great place to discover
tropical fruits. Some of the more unusual ones on offer
include rambutan, mangosteen, durian, jackfruit, pomelo,
starfruit, zirzat, buah duku, chiku and jeruk.
Tropical; warm and humid, with only slight variations
between 23°-31°Celsius. There are two main seasons: the
Northeast Monsoon (from December to March) and the
Southwest Monsoon (from May to September), separated by
two shorter inter-monsoon periods. There are no distinct
wet or dry periods.
When to Go
Climate is not a major consideration, as Singapore gets
fairly steady annual rainfall. One can co-ordinate one’s
visit with one of the various festivals and events:
Thaipusam is a spectacular festival, occurring around
February. For people who love to shop and eat, April
brings the Singapore Food Festival and the Great
Singapore Sale in June.