The Garden City has 300 parks packed within an island half the size of London. Taste diverse cuisines in this cosmopolitan city.
Where 300 parks, 63 islands and 4 nature reserves are packed within an island about half the size of London. Where the world’s first FORMULA ONE street night race is held, and where more species of trees exist in just one of its nature reserves, than those in the whole of North America put together. It’s summer all year-round in this tropical haven just slightly north of the equator; its people speak mainly English but they come from all walks of life; a myriad of cuisines and flavours await you from beneath the colonial arches of hawker centres, to atop plush banquettes at fine-dining establishments helmed by renowned Michelin-starred chefs. The list goes on - the only way to take it all in is to visit this island state to see for yourself. It's more than just a red dot. Welcome to YourSingapore.
Singapore is tropical paradise - that means you can visit the city state all year-round!
Most visitors coming into Singapore do not require a visa for entry and may be given social visit passes. If you are unsure if a visa is required, you can check with the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority or with your local consular office. The period of stay granted will be shown on the visit pass endorsement in your passport.
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It’s fairly easy to explore Singapore on its extensive public transport system. The fastest way to get around the island is on the MRT (mass rapid transit) train system, while the comprehensive bus network is both convenient and economical. Meanwhile, taking a taxi is a comfortable way to get to more out of the way destinations.
Drink lots of water to keep hydrated as Singapore can be quite hot and humid. What's more, you can drink water straight from the tap as the water in Singapore passes World Health Organization standards.
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Four main languages: English, Mandarin, Malay, Tamil