Singapore City Travel Information and Travel Guide

in Singapore

If you want a remote location but great atmosphere for your next tropical vacation, this time you have the option of visiting Asia and travel to Singapore, a beautiful island in the Malay Peninsula and much destination very exotic.

The possibility of travel to Singapore so as economical only find in our agency travel Do not wait more, separate tickets and venture on a journey to a destination like no other that will provide the best climate and cultural and recreational places more amazing that the eye can see in life.

In Singapore the attractions are many and varied, you can start your vacation visiting the capital, which is called the same name and where there are places like the National Orchid Park, Orchard Road, Little India, Chinatown, Singapore Zoo, the Park Jurong Bird of Night Safari and the wonderful, one of the main attractions of the city.

Other major tourist destinations in the Republic of Singapore are Sentosa Island, the Sultan Mosque, East Coast Park and the Tiger Balm Garden, places of great beauty and many tourists.

All these places and many more you will have the fortune to know them throughout the season, because for travel Singapore can do so at any time, every day of the calendar are of great weather and tourism is the same in all seasons

Located almost in Ecuador, Singapore is a thriving city-state that has overcome its dearth of natural resources to become one of the economic giants of Asia. In the crowded streets of Chinatown, fortune tellers, calligraphers and temple worshipers are still part of everyday life. In Little India you can buy the best materials to make saris, freshly ground spices or a picture of a Hindu god. In the small shops of Arab Street hears the cry of the imam from the nearby Sultan Mosque.

Singapore may have changed their makeshift shelters and boats opium collectors’ pearls glass and concrete towers, and its wet picture of two-wheeled carriages for the wonders of technology. However, it is still possible to evoke the colonial period to take a gin and tonic under the languorous ceiling fans installed in the Raffles Hotel. This combination of Western modernity and rich colonial past and turns east to Singapore an attractive destination in Asia.


Singapore consists of one main island of lowlands, the Singapore Island and 58 smaller located within the limits of its territorial waters. Urban areas comprise almost 50% of land area, while 40% is occupied by green areas, reservoirs, plantations and open military areas. The island of Singapore has dimensions of about 42 km from east to west and 23 km from north to south in its most extreme. Although there are all over the island and built-up areas with high population density, the main urban area is located in the south, on the banks of Singapore River. The CBD (Central Business District or CBD) is located on the south bank of the river mouth. Chinatown adjoins the CBD in the Southwest. To the north of the Singapore River, lies the colonial district, filled with many vestiges reminiscent of the British government. Further north, lies Little India, Arab and Orchard Road Street run to the northwest of the colonial district.

Jurong Island is at the heart of Singapore's, an industrial area with some touristic sites. The east coast has some of the oldest residential areas, a large park on the beach and the international airport. To the northeast, extending huge estates and the north central area of the island is formed by the majority of undeveloped land and forests that remain in Singapore. A 1 km causeway connects Singapore with Johor Bahru, Malaysia, has opened another west of the island to relieve traffic jams. Due to current urban planning, land reclamation and housing developments, there will be significant changes in the geography of Singapore.

Singapore looks like a giant sauna. The weather is hot and humid all year round, with temperatures rarely below 20 ° C, even at night, and often reaches 30 ° C during the day. The moisture content remains high and around 75%. The wet season lasts from Singapore from November to January, while the months between May and July are the driest, yet the two seasons do not differ too much. Thanks to the proximity of the country with Ecuador, Singapore receives a constant amount of sunshine throughout the year.
 

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This article was published on 2012/03/02