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Cosmopolitan, vibrant and multicultural, Singapore is diverse and exciting for the senses. The island nation is one of the smallest in the Southeast Asian region (and the world), yet offers travellers an abundant mix of cultures, cuisines and shopping experiences. A direct a 8-hour flight from Sydney, Singapore is a thriving, commercial mecca that offers new and exciting experiences for every type of traveller.
Singapore is famous for the variety and quality of Hawker Centres that offer a multitude of inexpensive and market-style food offerings. There are hundreds of hawker centres across the island, with each stall-holder vying for your travelling hospitality. Affordable yet tasty food cooked hygienically and quickly, hawker centres are frequented by Singapore residents as well as tourists.
Clarke Quay is a bright and exciting lifestyle precinct along the Singapore River. Combining dining, nightlife, shopping and adventure activities, you can easily spend a day exploring the historic site. Once a fishing village, Clarke Quay is now a mixture of the old and the new, embracing both in its offerings to tourists.
Marina Bay is located just east of downtown Singapore and houses an iconic, picturesque combination of resorts, shopping and dining attractions.
This famous shopping strip is sometimes referred to as a ‘shopping belt’, due to the size and scale of the shopping developments found here.
Singapore Zoo Precinct
The renowned Singapore Zoo Precinct is located in the central catchment area, a short trip from downtown Singapore by public transport or taxi.