Singapore – Funky Heritage

Singapore – Funky Heritage

SINGAPORE Funky Heritage   Clarke Quay – where Singapore’s nightlife comes alive – is a historical riverside quay and the centre of trade since Singapore was founded in 1819. Clarke Quay gets its name after Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore’s second...
Singapore Flyer

Singapore Flyer

SINGAPORE The Singapore Flyer   Asia’s largest observation wheel offers stunning 360-degree city views over Marina Bay and the city. As high as a 42-storey skycraper (165 metres high), the Singapore Flyer includes 28 air-conditioned capsules, each able to...
Singapore – UNESCO-listed Street Food

Singapore – UNESCO-listed Street Food

SINGAPORE UNESCO-listed Street Food   Singapore’s Hawker Culture has been officially added to the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. In addition, many have earned the coveted Michelin-star recognition. These stalls make...
Singapore – The Helix Bridge

Singapore – The Helix Bridge

SINGAPORE The Helix Bridge   Modelled on the DNA structure to symbolise ‘life and continuity, renewal and growth’, this beautiful, eye catching pedestrian bridge is an architectural wonder. Helix Bridge has both practical and aesthetic purposes. It...
Singapore – Iconic Bugis Street

Singapore – Iconic Bugis Street

SINGAPORE Iconic Bugis Street   Once a hangout for prostitutes and flamboyantly-dressed transvestites, Bugis Street is now a prime destination for tourists and locals alike, thanks to its textured history and shopping spots.  Bugis Street came to notoriety from...
Singapore’s Virtual Festival

Singapore’s Virtual Festival

SINGAPORE The Virtual Festival   This year, Singapore’s popular Chingay Festival will be enjoyed as a digital experience – for the first time ever. The name ‘Chingay’ comes from the Hokkien dialect and means ‘The Art of Costume and Masquerade’. It is an annual...