More than just a labour of love, VisitSingapore.com promises to be an exciting journey of discovery for the modern traveller; by delivering the best stories and suggestions that inspire and help you get to know our city a little bit better – your way.
Hear it from those who know best
Explore the breadth and depth of Singapore via a rich selection of editorials and a refreshing variety of recommendations from our globally renowned and trusted content partners such as TimeOut and TripAdvisor.
For added flavour, why not see (and taste) our city through local perspectives and palates? Singaporeans are the soul of our new site, and we’ve reached out to many of them to share their stories, their favourite hangouts and their take on this island which we call home.
Being an insider in Singapore’s Western culinary scene, I was thrilled to be able to share my picks on non-Western dishes we love in Singapore. These signature dishes are part of the social fabric of Singapore... I hope this culinary DNA will always set us apart from the rest and keep Singapore special in the eyes of visitors.
Working on this project enabled me to further research into the identity of Singapore, from the most obvious associations and icons such as the Merlion to patterns hidden in Peranakan tiles. The icons presented reflect a bite-sized representation of the Singapore I know which I hope would lead you to a Singapore that you will learn about.
Hear from fellow travellers
Find out what others are saying about Singapore first-hand by checking out the visitor experiences and personal traveller tales throughout our pages. Should you wish to share your own, just use the hashtags we’ve created for your preferred social platforms like Instagram and Twitter or send it to us for the chance to see it featured.
The architecture is superb, the people are pleasant and varied, the history and diversity of the Island is rich. For example, it’s a little known fact that during World War II the loss of the ‘Battle of Singapore’ to the Japanese was then described by our great leader Winston Churchill as the ‘worst disaster’ and ‘largest capitulation’ in British military history. If you didn’t know that, imagine what else you don’t know about this proud island nation. Take my word for it - get off the plane and spend a week there.
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