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Singapore: a city of lions, sea, and cleanness

Singapore was once a grey and obscure port city. Now this city is a true dream-come-true for thousands of easterners and westerners alike. Capital city of the Republic of Singapore is a highly modern, original and cosy place. Singapore is an immaculately clean city full of entertainment possibilities and with a convenient public transport system. This makes it the perfect holiday destination.

How to travel?

Singapore welcomes its guests at the international – and best in the world – Changi Airport. After having viewed the amazing vertical and sunflower gardens, colourful butterflies, water pools, cinemas, and shops, you can continue your journey by using comfortable public transportation means. We recommend metro, buses or taxis. Different areas of the city are also connected by trains.

What to taste?

Singapore cuisine is influenced by different cultural traditions. Here you can find Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Taiwanese dishes. If you feel ready for large stocks of hot spices, we recommend trying some local culinary masterpieces.

The most impressive from those is the Singaporean chilli crab. In order to better manage the throat-scorching sauce, Chinese pastries mantou are usually served together. Another gourmet challenge is spicy laksa soup made somewhat milder by the addition of coconut milk. Also worth trying, are satay, or Indonesian grilled meat dish, and Indian kebab with curry, chicken and rice, called mutabak.

Singaporeans only seem to avoid spiciness when eating breakfast. Most delicious is the kaya tost dish, which is a toast with cocoa butter. It’s often paired with condensed milk-flavoured coffee, or kopi.

What to see?

Although once, a very long time ago, an Empire prince had a vision of a lion in Singapore, the city is lion-free, although the city of Singapore is often referred to as the Lion City. What city does have plenty of is heaven-like nature, found just outside the city centre. Pulau Ujong island, Lim Chu Kang district, and the Punggol Point park will definitely surprise and charm you.

Out of many sky-raising buildings in the city, Marina Bay Sands is especially worth paying closer attention to. The building’s rooftop sports a giant water pool. Stepping to the side of it, you can also see and visit the impressive an Esplanade theatre, a lotus flower-like museum of ArtScience, and the eerily futuristic Helix bridge. Different cultures converge in city districts of Little India, Chinatown, and Malayan Muslim Kampong Glam neighborhoud.

What to do?

We recommend taking a break on the Sentosa island or strolling across the Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay. Here you will be able to see growing huge plastic trees that provide the greenery with water and sun energy.

If you crave adventure, head over to local night clubs and observe laser and music shows, or you can participate in summer festivals. Singapore is located 9 000 kilometres away from Lithuania. This is the only distance that holds you from entering the heavenly resort, full of fun, exotics, and sun.

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