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Singapore Travel Guide

Courtesy of the Singapore Tourism Board

Immaculate, efficient Singapore is a miraculous sight, particularly for travelers familiar with modern Asian metropolises. The city maintains a remarkable balance of green space and skyscrapers, in addition to sustaining substantial ethnic enclaves like Little India and Chinatown. This motley group of cultures has brought to this former British colony something special—a common mindset. Singaporeans are determined and patriotic; they are proud of what they have achieved (just look at Marina Bay and you ... continue» Read More

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When to Visit Singapore

The best time to visit Singapore is anytime. The island nation experiences a warm, tropical climate year-round with daily highs in the 80s. And with a steady stream of business travelers, the city's hotels are never at a loss for occupants and maintain reasonable to high room rates. To avoid exorbitant prices, steer clear of national holidays and popular events like the Singapore Grand Prix in September.

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Getting Around Singapore

The best way to get around Singapore is the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) subway system. This underground network has lines that stretch across the entire city and avoid road traffic. However, once you're in the desired neighborhood, walking is your best option. MRT also operates bus routes, but they can be very confusing if you're unfamiliar with the city. However, buses can get you just about anywhere on the island. We recommend avoiding car rental, as parking is expensive and traffic can be painful. If you wish to be in a car, take a taxi. Most travelers arrive through Singapore Changi Airport (SIN), which is connected to the city by the MRT system.

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