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This Asian metropolis stands out in more ways than one. Not only is Singapore one of the few city-states in the world, but its diversity, both in population and landscape, is renowned. Westend61 Getty Images

Housing Singapore's top attractions, including Gardens by the Bay, Merlion Park and the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay is definitely not something to skip. wsboon images Getty Images

From Merlion Park in Marina Bay, you can gaze upon some of the city's most attractive architecture, including the Marina Bay Sands hotel and the ArtScience Museum. julajp Flickr

Gardens by the Bay isn't your typical park. This nearly 250-acre attraction houses multi-level gardens in sea-shell-shaped conservatories and features an aerial walkway connected by 72-foot-tall Supertrees. Jean Baptiste ROUX Getty Images

Interestingly, you'll find Singapore's oldest Hindu temple in Chinatown, not Little India Courtesy of the Singapore Tourism Board

After you've visited the Sri Mariamman Temple in Chinatown, mosey over to the equally ornate Buddhist house of worship. It's only three blocks south. Courtesy of the Singapore Tourism Board

The best display of Singapore's commitment to diversity can be found at the Asian Civilizations Museum. Here, you can find 1,300 artifacts from China, South Asia, Southeast Asia and West Asia. Mr Bao Flickr

These gardens, which span 60 acres, earned the country its first UNESCO World Heritage title, and for good reason: Flowers and eye-catching foliage abound, including the lauded Orchid Garden. sittitap Getty Images

The Singapore Zoo amazes animal lovers with its sheer volume: The zoo is divided into 11 different zones and 12 exhibits, including the Primate Kingdom, which houses 39 species of primates. Chris Teoh Photography Getty Images

Orchard Road is a shopper's paradise, housing a whopping 47 shopping malls.  catchlights_sg Getty Images

The slowly revolving Singapore Flyer may look a lot like the London Eye, but instead of prime views of Parliament, you can see pieces of Indonesia and Malaysia.  Natapong Supalertsophon Getty Images

Travelers who have lived or visited India say Singapore's Little India felt like they were walking around the country itself. LeeYiuTung Getty Images

Recent visitors loved Singapore's vibrant Chinatown for its cheap shopping, great cuisine and ornate temples. Andrew JK Tan Getty Images

Singapore picture in Singapore
Marina Bay picture in Singapore
Merlion Park picture in Singapore
Gardens by the Bay picture in Singapore
Sri Mariamman Temple picture in Singapore
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple picture in Singapore
Asian Civilizations Museum picture in Singapore
Singapore Botanic Gardens picture in Singapore
Singapore Zoo picture in Singapore
Orchard Road picture in Singapore
Singapore Flyer picture in Singapore
Little India picture in Singapore
Chinatown picture in Singapore

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