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    All Eyes On Singapore

    An ultra-modern Marina Bay Sands Luxury Hotel with Infinity Pool in Singapore 
    Singapore is an island nations in far south-east Asia with 5.607 million people, the country also known as the Asian Tiger. Due to its location, Singapore developed its special, unique culture that comprises multiracial and blended with Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism and Christianity all living together in harmony. Singapore itself is not tied to any specific ethnic or particular racial group. Singapore is governed by secularism that seek to "protect the state from religion fanaticism" This is the same like Namibia a secular state. After experience the worst part of Second World War under Japanese imperial occupation during World War II that took place from 1942 to 1945, following the fall of the British colony in 15 February 1942. 

    Singapore is highly industrialized and well connected technologically, of course it is a political stable country. The selection of Singapore as perfect place for Trump-Kim's meeting, this is not a flaw. Singapore scored more points among the contenders like Sweden, Korean DMZ, Mongolia, Switzerland that mentioned for the summit between U.S. President Donald J.Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.  Singapore is a very friendly nations, to both all nations in the world include United States,South Korea, North Korea and China. Its diplomatic corps and security as well as intelligence personnel are highly respected globally and shown repeatedly that they can host a major summit without allowing any significant security or intelligence slip-ups.

    Singapore is much more than the sum of its numerous attractions. It's constantly evolving, reinventing, and reimagining itself, with people who are passionate about creating new possibilities. It's a place where foodies, explorers, collectors, action seekers, culture shapers, and socialisers meet―and new experiences are created every day. We have made a short compilation about Singapore:

    1. The food
    Michelin-starred chef Chan Hon Meng, chopping chicken in his hawker stall kitchen
    Yes, our local food is amazing, so much so that the cheapest Michelin-starred eatery in the world can be found right in our hawker centres—it’s called Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle. But there’s plenty more to drool over.
    Embark on a culinary adventure as you hop from hawker centres to fine dining restaurants like Odette, and then to annual gastronomic extravaganzas such as the Singapore Food Festival, which takes place from June to the end of July. To really get your taste buds in a tangle, seek out ‘four hands’ dinners—it is a new trend in the city that sees two chefs collaborate on a meal, often to wild results.

    2. The traditions
    Exterior façade of Sri Vadapathira Kaliammam temple, in Little India Singapore
    The cultural tapestry of Singapore, like our culinary scene, is much like a patchwork quilt. The many ethnicities and religions that call the city home live in harmony—you’ll easily spot Hindu temples, Buddhist temples and synagogues side-by-side, like on Waterloo Street. It’s also not uncommon to find devotees from one place of worship paying their respects at another.
    The kaleidoscope of cultures in Singapore has formed an unique traditional comprises of festivals that people celebrate,like Deepavali, Hari Raya Aidilfitri, Geylang Serai and others. During these festivals, you can mingle with the locals, and got a walk away with a fuller picture of Singapore's identity in one single grime—and, perhaps, discover the secrecy of Asian world.

    3. The arts
    Family of four looking at an exhibit in National Museum of Singapore
    Art of all stripes runs through the city’s veins. Music fills our grand concert halls, celebrated paintings bedeck the museums, sculptures and murals adorn public spaces, and performance art beckons from our theatres. You can be an art connoisseur simply by strolling through the Civic District, where you’ll find such attractions as the Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, ArtScience Museum and the National Museum of Singapore, among other artsy landmarks.
    The perfect time to take in the best of the city’s artistic flair is in January. That’s when Singapore Art Week transforms Singapore into a massive gallery, with techno exhibitions, installations, brilliant innovations and art fairs happening across town.

    4. Modern architecture
    View from across the river of ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands façade in the day
    The Marina Bay Sands is the symbol that represents the creativity and intellectual designs of Singaporeans. Mariana is a place where beauty has fuses art and science to tell fascinating stories. This premier venue houses a constantly changing line-up of major international touring exhibitions, brought in through collaborations with organisations from USA, Britain, Hong Kong-China, Italy and Frace. Talking about Smithsonian Institute and world-renowned furniture designer like Herman Miller, and urban designer wizard such as Moshe Safdie the Israeli-Canadian architect, the man who gave a birth to this art. 

    5. Tourism
    A row of Peranakan shophouses along the streets of Katong
    Singapore has been described as a playground for the rich, and it's true that the small city-state does have a certain sheen of wealth. But Singapore offers more than just high-end shopping malls, luxury hotels, and fine dining (though it's worth indulging in those a bit if you can). There is also a vibrant history and diverse ethnic quarters to discover, along with the many family-friendly attractions and lovely public spaces that make visiting this slightly futuristic city worthwhile. 

    6. The nightlife
    Crowd at ZoukOut with confetti
    Singapore inner city never sleeps. The Central Districts such as Clarke Quay, Boat Quay and Robertson Quay are home to scores of bars and clubs like Zouk Night Club whose dance floors throng with revelers until the wee hours. Electronic dance music festivals such as Ultra Singapore take the party to the next level, and if you’re looking to throw shapes at the best club in Asia, you’ll feel right at home in Zouk.

    7. The family-friendly attractions
    Father and daughter on the chairlift ride at Sentosa
    In Singapore, your children will have just as much fun as you. Bring the kids to Sentosa, where kid-friendly attractions such as iFly Singapore, Universal Studios Singapore and the Skyline Luge will send their adrenaline levels skyrocketing. If you’ve got water babies in tow, pack swimsuits and take the little ones from free water parks, like the Far East Organization Children’s Garden and the Marina Barrage Water Playground.
    For children who aren’t daredevils, take them to KidZania. 

    8. Nature
    A young couple enjoying the view of Pulau Ubin from Puaka Hill
    When they said Singapore is a city in a garden’ this is not something for nothing—almost half of the entire island is swathed in splendid green prefectures. From unspoilt nature reserves to urban parks and UNESCO World Heritage Site that demonstrate the Singapore as a botanic gardens, Singapore is the ideal place if you want to reconnect with nature as you explore the verdant beauty of island,  veggie farms that yield fresh produce.

    9. The adventures
    Woman jumping mid-way from AJ Hackett’s bungee, overlooking Sentosa beach
    You can do more than explore the city , you can go on an adventure instead bustling around town life. A person can hop on a ferry to Pulau Ubin, an islet to the east of the mainland, and you’ll find wonderful hiking trails, natural quarries and getting yourself lost into thick rain forests to lose yourself in. If it’s thrills that you’re seeking, Singapore got ’em, too: Mega Adventure and AJ Hackett bungee jump facility in Sentosa will sort out your adrenaline.

    10. The shopping
    Couple shopping for watches at Malmaison
    If you are a shopping lover, you should take a trip to Singapore at least once in your lifetime. Singapore is one of the most vibrant shopping hubs in Asia with hundreds of shopping centres such as Mustafa Centre that opening 24 hours and 365 days per year. Singapore is a fashion paradise for millions of tourists, who come not only to see the sights but also to get the most fashionable items. Singapore satisfies label lovers with plenty of world-class brands, but the country never forgets to offer price-sensitive customers trendy items on their budgets. In Singapore, budget does not mean out of fashion or low quality; it is quite possible for shoppers to find any desired items that suit their needs, tastes and wallets, in fact.

    11. Sport
    Formula 1 race car aerial shot taken from Swissotel
    Singapore is one of the few nations in Southeast Asia that embrace sport activities. It has the large population that love sports. They have a wide array of sports that they enjoy like football, rugby, cricket, badminton, swimming, basketball, table tennis and cycling Singapore have a lot of indoor facilities that allow people to get into basketball and swimming while a variety of sport centers cater to other sports like football, squash, badminton, gymnastics and volleyball. Singapore being an island country and well-known sea port destination even in the early days of sailing, water sports are quite popular as well such as waterskiing and kayaking. But when it comes to popularity, Singaporeans love football. 

    12. Transportation
    Elderly man waiting at the MRT platform to board the train
    Singapore boasts one of the most modern, extensive, and reliable systems of public transport in the entire region. The undisputed backbone of the system is the metro system, dubbed Mass Rapid Transit, or MRT for short. Servicing some 140 stations at a combined track length of just over 180 km, the MRT is one of the main pillars of the daily commutes of a sizeable part of the Singaporean populace. More than two million customers use the system every day.  as an expat or visitor, you will also quickly get to appreciate the excellent service of the Singaporean public transport network
    Singapore has also seen the rise of bike-sharing services such as oBike, Mobike and ofo; so long as you have a credit card, you’ll be able to hop on a two-wheeler and cruise around the city or along beautiful beach lines.

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