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Uniquely Singapore


Singapore represents a unique blend of ideas, cultures, and peoples. Local in its perspective but global in its outlook, Singapore is a city that has evolved from a humble trading port to become the world's best business center. You can come and discover countless unique experiences, and take away memories that are uniquely Singapore.

Singapore with a thriving local arts scene offers thrilling spectacles and artistic inspiration, especially at the Esplanade, the shoreline park located in Marina East and the Bugis Street. Singapore is a natural place to discover the unique pleasure of cruising near the Sentosa Island. You can simply work on your tan while sipping a leisurely cocktail beside the pool, or also sail to stunning destinations like Phuket and Langkawi.

Where else can you get such an incredible diversity in one convenient location? You can hunt for luxury items to quality antiques and from the latest electronics to tomorrow's fashion trends. Beyond the material delights of capitalism at the Orchard Road, there are many other shopping districts in Marina Bay, Bugis and the suburbs waiting to be explored.

Singapore is a premier destination for meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions. You can enjoy a range of services only a world-class business hub can provide. You will appreciate Singapore's top-notch facilities, excellent infrastructure and attentive staff. After the tiring business meeting you can also enjoy local dishes ranging from fragrant Hainanese chicken rice to fiery chili crab and Peranakan curries. Singapore offers unique culinary experiences.

Singapore is truly a city of contrasts. You can sightsee from a trishaw ride in the shadow of skyscrapers or enjoy the high-tech convenience and the traditional concepts of yin and yang through a visit to a traditional herbalist in Chinatown. Whatever you choose, every visit to Singapore will leave you enriched, recharged and craving for more.

Country Profile

Official Name Republic of Singapore
Short Form Singapore
Location Southeast Asia, Islands Between Malaysia and Indonesia
Climate Equatorial, a Tropical Rainforest Climate; Hot and Humid
Nationality Singaporean
Population 4,190,000 (June 2003)
Ethnic Groups Chinese 76.7%, Malay 14%, Indian 7.9%
Languages PuTongHua or Mandarin Chinese, Malay, Tamil and English
Currency Singapore Dollar (S$, SGD)