Singapur - Singapore

City Views Singapore, 2010

The smallest state in Southeast Asia is also the metropolis with the largest trading port in the region and impresses with its architecture, security, and cleanliness. Old and new, expensive and cheap mingle to a unique city flair.

In addition to the world-famous attractions such as the Merlion, the city’s landmark and the Raffles Hotel, Singapore is also home to several museums.

The Lion City distinguishes by its diversity and multinational. A discovery trip through the various city districts, such as the Colonial Quarter, Chinatown, the Malayan Village, Little India, the Holland Village and the Arab Street, impressively demonstrate this and are also an expression of peaceful coexistence.

 

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