Futuristic, self-assured, sleek and spanking new, that is Singapore's skyline for you. The skyscrapers and architectural wonders in this country that is fast consuming its countryside reflect a state of progressive mind. Your date with style begins at Changi Airport.
Singapore, A long weekend spent in Singapore is the best anecdote of refreshment you can avail this summer. This well planned holiday has enough to surprise, amaze and please you with what all it has to offer. While the rides and shows at the Sentosa Island, like the Skyride, and the Luge, and the 4D Magix Show can keep your kids hooked till the last minute, there are amazing things to see and experience for you as well.


Sight Seeing
Singapore's sole raison d'etre seems to be to entertain and make your jaw drop every step of the way. There are parks built around nature and amusement, as well as gleaming buildings.
The Jurong Bird Park has penguins, pelicans, pink flamingoes and more. The 30 metres artificial waterfall in the water aviary is the highest artificial waterfall in the world. The World of Darkness inverses day and night so that you can see the nocturnes getting busy at night during the day.
Sentosa, a resort unrivalled, needs more than a day to explore. Every inch of the island is packed to thrill. It has everything: beaches, nature walks, an oceanarium, butterfly park, dolphins, spas, restaurants, golf, casino and Resorts World Sentosa with the theme park, Universal Studios.

Things to do
While the rest of Singapore looks spanking new, the architecture of Peranakan shophouses on Emerald Hill and Koon Seng Road is easy on the eyes, painted in fresh pop colours. Take a look around and say yes to an offer by a resident to show you around. Some bars have now taken over these shophouses and you can absorb their essence that still lingers while drinking a beer.

Scream your lungs out as the GMAX Reverse Bungy, something of a futuristic swing that soars over 195 ft high, and makes you see a blurry Singapore skyline.
A river cruise lets you take in the ancient and the modern faces of Singapore. The bumboat, a traditional cargo boat, moves slowly across the Singapore River. On land, enjoy a trishaw ride around Chinatown. The Singapore Flyer, a ferris wheel whose highest point is 165 metres, and the DHL Helium Balloon are two other brilliant ways to see the city.

It doesn't matter what you are after. Clothes, watches, antiques, electronics and more are available in Singapore. The unlimited choices at varying prices and low taxes mean you can splurge and still have some to spare.
The main shopping areas are Orchard Road, Little India, Chinatown and Geylang Serai, bursting at the seams with malls and shops. Some of the popular malls are Mustafa which is open 24/7 all year round and great for budget shopping. The others are the classy Holland Village Shopping Centre and Vivocity with the largest cineplex in Singapore.
The extraordinary Spellbound weaves irresistible magic with tarot readings, spells, wands, crystal balls and charms. For another kind of magic, go to Jamal Kazura Aromatic, a traditional perfumery. There are attar oils, non-alcoholic perfumes and they also customise scents for you within an hour.
There are branded, designer labels and quirky boutiques for those looking for clothes. Ngee Ann City, Paragon, Bugis, Far East Plaza, Heeren have some fabulous clothes. For fabrics, scour the shops in Little India and Haji Lane. There are excellent branded watch retailers around Peninsula Plaza.
For electronics, computers and cameras, head to Sim Lim Square, Funan IT Mall, Mustafa or Harvey Norman Superstore. Browse through the book collection at Kinokuniya in Orchard Road, said to be the biggest book store in South East Asia, or try Page One in Vivocity and Books Actually.

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