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Things to see and do in Singapore

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Top Thailand travel tips

With mouthwatering cuisine, irresistible beaches, and a captivating culture; Thailand is brimming with all the ingredients for a fantastic holiday. But before you jet off to The Land of Smiles, arm yourself with our top travel tips.

Thailand travel tips for couples

Traveling to Thailand with someone special? Keep these tips in mind for a safe, romantic, all-around amazing trip...

Thailand travel tips for families

Planning a family trip to Thailand? Here are five top tips to help you make the most of the experience...

11 Dos and Don’ts of Bangkok

We love Bangkok – it’s vibrant, colourful and full of unique places to explore. So make sure you get the most out of your experience with some essential tips. Here are our 12 DOs and DON’T’s for anyone visiting the capital of the Land of Smiles.

More about Singapore

For first timers Singapore’s ultra-modern cityscapes come as a bit of a surprise. The city has grown upwards and outwards over the last few years and none of this is clearer than in Marina Bay. The Marina Bay Sands casino and hotel stands 55-storeys tall offering amazing views across Singapore – head up to the Sands SkyPark® and wow at the amazing 360° view from this rooftop observation deck.

Once upon a time Singapore was just a sleepy fishing village, then Sir Stamford Raffles came along and all that changed forever. Follow the transformation of Singapore from its colonial founding through the occupations during WWII to the modern metropolis it is today at some of Singapore’s many fascinating museums and memorials.

Singapore architecture

Singapore is one of Asia’s food capitals, with some of the best restaurants and best street food in the world. Start in Chinatown and try local favourites such as Char Kway Teow (fried noodles), try the celebrity chef and funky restaurants around Clarke Quay before heading to the East Coast Seafood Centre for some chilli crab – a Singaporean speciality

Street food in Singapore

Serious shoppers will be pleased to know that the shops in Asia generally stay open until 10pm and the Mustafa Centre in Little India stays open 24-hours a day. What’s more Orchard Road is considered one of the world’s greatest shopping streets, while Clarke Quay markets offer unique crafts and locally produced goods.

Shopping in Singapore