Singapore is a melting pot, and nowhere is that more evident than at the Tekka Centre, a popular hawker centre in Little India, Singapore.
Singapore is a city-state located in Southeast Asia, and is mainly populated by Chinese, Malays, and Indians. Singapore is famous for having delicious diverse cuisine, as well as its safe, clean streets. Being only 1.5 degrees north of the Equator, Singapore has sunshine year round with no difference in seasons. Travel in Singapore often includes a visit to Singapore’s many beaches, Chinatown and exotic nature and wildlife areas. Many parks and gardens are scattered throughout Singapore, making The Garden City a top destination.
Over the Moon at Singapore’s Mid-Autumn Festival
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a time filled with lights, lanterns, great food, dancers, dragons, music and celebrations — and it’s the perfect time to visit Singapore. Dating back to the Shang Dynasty, the Mid-Autumn Festival is a Chinese celebration of good crops and fortune under the light of a full moon.
Sipping a Sling in Singapore
A sling is a Singapore cocktail, and at the famous Raffles Hotel, it has been enjoyed by the likes of Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham and Alfred Hitchcock.
Celebrating Chinese New Year in Singapore
When you start seeing red across the island, that’s when you know Chinese New Year is approaching.
Escape from the City: A Singapore Bus Ride
The Night Safari hosts over 900 nocturnal animals and is just one stop along the route to a quiet beach in Sembawang Park.