Singapore is the happiest place in Asia: What you need to know before traveling to Singapore

For those who like to visit unusual, modern places and marked by mesmerizing buildings, the city-state of Asia, Singapore, is prepared to welcome tourists, and offers various surprising things that will surely surprise you!

A place that brings together cultures from all over the world

Cultural diversity dominates Singapore. The country welcomes nationalities from all over the world. Although the majority of the population is made up of Chinese, Indians and Malays, it is easy to find people from other countries in Asia, Europe and South and North America.

This variety of cultures is an interesting experience for those who do not miss the opportunity to interact with people from countries other than their own.

Singapore is a very festive place

The festival program that takes place there seems to be endless. there is always something worth checking out. The most famous are: Chinese New Year, Formula 1, Arts Festival, Food Festival, Great Singapore Sale, Chingay Parade, and National Day Celebration.

Also worth noting are events such as Thaipusan, Mosaic Music Festival, Mid-Autumm Festival, Deepavali, Vesak Day, Zoukout, Hungry Ghost Festival, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Lantern Festival, Night Festival, i Light Marina Bay and Kite Festival.

Places to admire and observe everywhere

Singapore is entirely designed by modern architecture that mesmerizes anyone. A mandatory crossing point is the bay, which offers incredible views, beautiful scenery for photos and parks to kick your legs. There you will find the Merlion, a local symbol statue that is half fish and half lion. There is also the Asian Civilizations Museum, which is one of those Local Hidden Gems that almost every metropolis has. ACM gives an overview of the history and culture of different regions of the huge Asian continent.

In Singapore’s Chinatown, the cleanest and most organized in the world, it is worth mentioning the Sri Mariamman Hindu temple as a good place to visit. It is an opportunity to get to know the culture and participate in the rituals in the late afternoon.

Conclusion: Explore neighbouring countries

If you have space in your schedule, and want to know where and to get around in Singapore, it is worth hiring a local guide. Be a local guide, he also go with you, tell you these place, and help to visit legal countries that are close to Singapore – such as Japan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Cambodia. You will also get various transportation facilities such as taxis/ cab, busses etc.