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Singapore is the largest port in Southeast Asia and one of the busiest in the world. In general, the country of Singapore is one of the most developed in the world, and its eponymous capital impresses with its unique combination of innovation and nature.

Singapore has opened itself to the world as one of the most comfortable places. To create a new image for themselves in the world, the Singapore authorities came up with the phrase "City in the garden." And now the combination of the futurictic style architecture with almost pristine jungle is visible everywhere.

Changi International Airport, SIN

This is the largest airport in Singapore, but also one of the most important aviation hubs in Asia. Flights from 107 countries of the world arrive here. 65 million people pass through the airport during the year. In fact, half the globe can fly directly to Singapore. But the most important thing is that it's not just a large transport hub, but also a pleasure for passengers.

Changi Airport has received more than 600 awards since opening in 1981. And constantly receives the title of the best airport in the world. In 2019, Changi became the best for the 7th time in a row and for the 19th time in the last 30 years. Not just Singapore, but the airport itself is a tourist attraction for which it is worth coming here.

Since there are no domestic flights at Changi Airport, the system of quick passage of customs control has been debugged at each terminal, convenient navigation has been set up, and recreation and entertainment areas have been thought out.

And among the duty free zone customers every year on March 1, one can win a million Singapore dollars and a car, e.g. the brand new Jaguar. If it's not the best airport in the world, then which one is?

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How to get from the airport to the city center

When the construction of Changi International Airport began in Singapore, they immediately thought of a convenient infrastructure around. The East Coast Parkway Road connects the airport with the city center. Each of the three main terminals has bus stations. Flights are operated by SBS Transit and SMRT Buses. Ticket price is about $ 2. A more expensive option is a minibus-shuttle for about $ 6.5. The road will take up to an hour.

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Between Terminals 2 and 3 there is also a railway station. If you arrived at another terminal, you can get here by the free Skytrain train, which connects all the airport terminals to each other. At night, when Skytrain is not working, free buses are allowed along the same routes. But for the Mass Rapid Transit train that goes to the city, you will need to pay the same $ 2 as for the bus. The train will take you to the subway metro station. They will help you buy a ticket in the right direction. Depending on the distance, a metro ticket will cost from 50 cents to 2.5 dollars.

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If you like to travel with maximum comfort, you can take a taxi near any terminal. A trip to the center will cost you 20-30 dollars.

Quick facts about Singapore

Car rent

from $ 34 per day

Hotel booking

from $ 13 per night

Currency

SGD
Singapore dollar

Reference average prices in Singapore

🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant

$ 7,21

🍕 Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course

$ 43,26

🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)

$ 7,21

🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)

$ 1,25

🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)

$ 1993

Best time to visit Singapore

Best season to travel: March to October
Prices
Hotel from $13
Temperature
The average temperature during the year ranges from 24°C to 31°C
Precipitation
The average rainfall per year is 2307 mm

Weather

The temperature in Singapore remains virtually unchanged throughout the year. Here you are unlikely to be met by a sudden cold or abnormal heat (because the heat here is normal). But any time you can get under tropical rain, regardless of the season.

Singapore Sightseeings

Singapore is a contrasting city. It is quite small, but there are unusual surprises around every corner.

Historical shops and pre-war buildings are surprisingly adjacent to modern skyscrapers and the wonders of architecture. In Singapore, excessive wealth and attractive simplicity go hand in hand. This creates the unique atmosphere of Singapore.

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Singapore National Gallery

Located in two buildings at once — the former Supreme Court and the former City Hall — The Singapore National Gallery presents a collection of contemporary art by artists throughout Southeast Asia. The gallery presents the work of both beginners and recognized artists of the region.

Be sure to visit the recently opened galleries showing Chinese ink art and don’t miss out on the rooftop sculpture garden featuring Danish artist Dan Wo who is originally was born in Vietnam.

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Singapore National Museum

Singapore's largest museum has two main departments: the Singapore Life Gallery and the History Department.

In the first one you can see the local way of life: from cinema and fashion to food and clothing. And the second contains a collection about the history of the island from the 14th century.

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Marina Bay Fountains

The 3.5-kilometer Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade is designed as an environmentally friendly relaxation area. The way to many attractions of the city lays through this embankment. It also offers a magnificent view of the unique architectural buildings of Singapore. At night, you can watch fountain show.

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Orchard Road Shopping

Orchard Road is a 2.2-kilometer shopping and entertainment avenue in central Singapore. The boulevard is literally filled with luxurious shopping centers, restaurants and hotels.

Long time ago orchards grew on this street. And now, one after another, shopping centers are flourishing. Each of them has a unique inventive design both outside and inside.

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Gardens by the Bay

On 101 hectares in the center of Singapore is located an innovative natural park. The project of the park was chosen at an international competition under the program "Singapore — a city in the garden."

The park opened in 2012, and since then it has been visited by more than 20 million people. Tourists are attracted by the unity of the technology of the modern city with nature. And also the lack of entry fees.

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Sands SkyPark Lookout

A trip to Singapore is pointless without visiting the SkyPark Marina Bay Sands observation deck in the city’s most famous building.

Climb to the 57th floor and enjoy panoramic views of the bay and the capital. You can even organize a short excursion with a guide who will tell more about what you see in front of you and lead to an exclusive rooftop infinity pool, which is usually accessible only to hotel guests.

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Sentosa Island

Sentosa Island is often called the "Best Playground in Asia." It is located a 15-minute drive from the city center. In the 19th century it served as a fortress, and in the 20th century it served as a military base. Today it is a kind of Las Vegas in the rainforest.

Most of Singapore's attractions are concentrated here, including Universal Studios Park and the huge oceanarium. In addition, on Sentos you can play in the casino or just lie on the beach.

What to eat in Singapore

Singapore is a boiling pot of cuisines of different nationalities: Chinese, Indians, Malaysians, Indonesians and others. Everything is delicious here, and the list of required dishes can be quite long. But here is the main thing that you need to try first.

Spicy lax noodle soup. Most varieties of laks in Singapore are similar: coconut milk broth, noodles and various types of meat and seafood such as chicken, shrimp or shells. But the sets of spices can vary in different places.

One of Singapore's most famous dishes is chili crab. Despite the name, this is not so spicy food. The crab is very juicy and has a rich taste.

For breakfast in Singapore you can try oyster omelet. It is made from a mixture of eggs, flour and oysters and served with chili sauce.

And the rest is just to go outside and try everything from the local shelves. It has its own unique version of almost all Asian dishes. They are definitely worth a try!

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