Singapore, the Asian Tiger is vibrant and ever changing, at once a city, an island, and a nation with more than 5 million inhabitants: it has become an icon worldwide. Along with Bangkok and Hong Kong, Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South East Asia.
Why Visit Singapore?
Exploring the Singapore river by boat, eating in a hawker, seeing the skyscrapers from the Merlion Park, visiting Little India, exploring Chinatown or having a drink in Clarke Quay... Singapore has any number of unforgettable experiences just waiting for you.
If this inspires you to visit Singapore, once you get there you'll quickly realise that the best thing about the city is its unique atmosphere. Singapore is a city where you can find almost anything at almost any time: concerts, events, and lively streets is something the local residents live every day.
Discover why tourism to Singapore grows year on year.
On this bike tour of Pulau Ubin, we'll discover one of Singapore's richest ecosystems while enjoying cycling around the island - you'll be amazed by all it has to offer!
Thanks to this ferry to the islands of Lazarus, Kusu, and Saint Johns, you can travel to the south of Singapore and discover some of its dreamiest and more secluded islands at your own leisure.
Guide to Singapore
The Civitatis tourist guides are written by travellers like you. Here at Introducing Singapore we're going let you in on the secrets we discover on our travels. Discover what to see, what to do, and how to save in Singapore, city known as the Asian Tiger.
The information and details in this guide were updated in May 2019. If you see any errors or anything that we should change, please get in touch.