Singapore has been for ten years the best country in the world to do business. Now the city is also renowned for its nightlife, such as aperitifs overlooking the city at the top of the skyscrapers. At first sight Singapore looks modern and somewhat anonymous, but reality is quite different: in addition to the glass and concrete skyscrapers, in fact, there is a world of ancient traditions that survive vigorous. Chinese, Malaysian and, of course, Indian influences help make Singapore an extraordinary, cosmopolitan, fascinating city full of history.
Starting your visit from Chinatown means that you'll be able to see - at Buddha Tooth Relic Temple - flowers and food offerings, always fresh, brought by young people (many are managers from the nearby Financial District) who pray, turning the incense. But you'll also taste the great offer of food, in the China Complex. Singapore is the only place in the world where you can find a stall on the Michelin Guide!
Singapore manages to keep intact places of peace and relaxation, such as the Botanical Gardens, and by night is an exciting experience: bars and discos are concentrated in the Porchard area, while in Tanglin there are the most exclusive bars, and in the Marina district are organized music concerts.
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