A prosperous, densely populated city-state hanging off the tip of Malaysia, Singapore offers a funky mix of modern and traditional, plus Chinese, Indian, and Malay cultures.

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Some top attractions of Singapore

Singapore (nicknamed "the Lion City") is Asia’s favorite holiday destination. Polished and pampered, for the visitor it packs quite a punch in a small package. Full of character and surprisingly accommodating, this city is alive throughout the night and bustling all through the day. First time in here? A great two-day Singapore itinerary includes exciting top attractions, shopping districts, and modern marvels, as well as the leisurely, tropical side of this unique city-state. read post

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Tips for visiting Singapore

Singapore is a multi-ethnic metropolis-with the Chinese musical show, Feng Shui in addition to chopsticks existing congruously close by saris and Hindu temples - a mixture of cultures that is also Asia's wealthiest state. You can get lots of information and plan a trip with our Singapore trip planner. read post

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Singapore must-visits and tips

Singapore, the thriving cosmopolitan city is a melting pot of different cultures. It has world-class attractions, variety of restaurants, luxurious hotels and nightlife options, which means you will never have a dull day in the Land of the Dragon. When there’s so much see, it is always better to opt for Singapore land packages to make the most of the vacation. In this blog post, here are a few key attractions that must be in your travel itinerary.read post

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Singapore Air among top 3 in the world for best baggage allowances

One of the first things that come to a person’s mind after going through hours of travel planning and booking the flight tickets is what to pack and what not to. Yes, baggage plays an important part of any journey and when you travel by flight, there’s a restriction on the same. Every airline has its own set of rules and regulations for baggage allowance. We have picked for you three airlines that have one of the baggage allowances... read post

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  • There's a lot packed into Singapore's 283 square miles, but visitors don't often think of ecotourism as a draw here. That's why I was interested to see a little island Pulau Ubin included in a recent CNN Travel look at a dozen and a half under-the-radar gems in Asia - find out why: https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/asia-underrated-places-intl-...
    18 of Asia's most underrated places | CNN
  • Singapore-based website TheSmartLocal.com just published an overview of more than a dozen visitor attractions which opened in the city this year: https://thesmartlocal.com/read/new-attractions-singapore-2022/
  • Recently caught this interesting piece about Singapore's Haw Par Villa, a theme park established in the 1930s not with rides but rather statues and dioramas illustrating key aspects of Chinese mythology and Buddhist lore. And it turns out what everyone is most interested in is its "ten courts of hell." And so they've just revamped it with the ten courts now constituting a standalone "Hell Museum" within the 21-acre site: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/hells-museum-singapore-qwow-cmb/...
    Singapore's Hell's Museum demystifies death -- with a smile
    Singapore's Haw Par Villa is a sprawling complex of sculptures and exhibits focused on Buddhist beliefs. Its 10 Courts of Hell has finally been recog…
  • In two days, Singapore is set to relax some of the world's toughest visitor-entry restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, for travelers from a designated set of countries. More details here: https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/other/it-s-about-to-get-a-lot-easie...
    It’s about to get a lot easier to visit Singapore
    Looking to travel to Singapore in the near future? Buckle up and brace yourself for some exciting news. For more TPG news delivered each morning to y…
  • Just saw Crazy Rich Asians - pretty cool movie, and I'm sure it'll do wonders for Singapore tourism. Then just today read an interesting piece in The Atlantic about how some non-Chinese (Malays, Indians - the name Singapore actually comes from Malay and Sanskrit) are a little miffed at how it papers over their home's ethnic diversity. Plus, most Singaporeans are far from rich! Makes interesting reading: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/08/singapore...

  • If you're a media rep for any luxury boutique hotels in Asia and/or Oceania, take a look at this writer's post:

  • Trick or treat? The link to "World's Best Theme-Park Halloween Parties" has changed. Regardless, you're gonna love the author's choices. 


  • The Singapore blog post mentioned below has just been reposted -- click here to read!
  • Hi, Sally! Sorry about the dead link -- we recently transferred our previous blog content and are in the process of reposting to the current platform. Stay tuned...!
  • Hi, I wanted to check the comment below on cool stuff to do and places to stay in Singapore, but the 'page is not found'. Working on a piece on fun things to do and see in Singapore. Any ideas?
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