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Explore Little India’s rich multicultural history through its vibrant walls.
Uncover the vibrant murals that depict old and new Singapore across lively Little India.
Explore the century-old temples, upcoming art establishments and bustling streets of Little India.
Little India is a buzzing historic area that shows off the best of Singapore’s Indian community, from vibrant culture to incredible shopping.
Bright colours, tantalising aromas and the light of a thousand oil lamps fill the streets of Little India during Deepavali.
Sample myriad Indian and international cuisines while exploring the vibrant Little India district.
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temples, in the heart of Little India.
Take a walk around Singapore, and discover a city where art comes alive on the streets.
Enjoy the rich heritage of Singaporean Indians when you tuck into their delicious cuisine.
Encounter our diverse cultures and ethnicities where they best come together: on the streets.
Serene parks, delicious food and bustling nightlife—find all that and more on the North-East MRT line.
Get your fill of heritage, architecture and fresh discoveries with our one-day guide to Singapore.
With exhibitions, fairs and walking tours that are bound to inspire, Singapore Art Week is an annual treat for lovers of the arts and culture.
The face behind 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles, Li Ruifang tells us how she switched careers, and what she loves best about this city she calls home.
Explore Singapore’s many shopping districts with this handy guide to some of the city’s most popular hotspots.
With its colourful traditions, the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam, often brings traffic in Singapore to a standstill – and with good reason.
Singapore’s shopping scene is unrivalled in its breadth and diversity. From unique local designers to some of the world’s largest global luxury brands, there is truly something for everyone here.
Pongal is a traditional Indian harvest festival that charms with its colourful intimations of an age gone by.
Experience new flavours and embark on a culinary adventure with our 3-day guide to the best food our Lion City has to offer.
Get a sweet sample of Singapore’s multi-ethnic foodscape, with this guide to our local desserts.
Glimpse a different Singapore. The personal connections made on this itinerary promise that no two travellers will bring home the same experience.
Explore Singapore over three days with these wallet-friendly options.
Embark on a journey of magical tastes, vibrant culture and rich heritage with culinary instructor Ruqxana Vasanwala.
Planning to explore Singapore on a budget? Here are 7 free tours that will bring you around the city’s vibrant neighbourhoods.
Indulge in retail therapy at any of these diverse enclaves, each boasting distinct charm, shopping experiences and hidden gems.
Go shopping for luxury goods, interesting collectibles, indie labels, and pocket-friendly finds in the city with this three-day itinerary.
In town for five solid days with the family? See Singapore in that time with this handy itinerary.
Have a fun time getting around Singapore with these offbeat transport tours.
From iconic attractions to spectacular green spaces and world-class shopping hotspots, there’s plenty to see and do for the family here in Singapore.
For a unique travel experience, plan your visit according to Singapore’s annual cultural events to see a different side of the city and its people.
Comfort and camaraderie come together at these boutique hostels.
Get ready for a fun night out with this guide of things to do in Singapore from dusk to dawn.
Experience the rich tapestry of arts, culture and history.
Follow chef Malcolm Lee as he leads you on a trail through Singapore, peppered by his love for food and Peranakan heritage.
Looking for tours to expand your knowledge on Singapore’s past? Here’s our guide to the best history tours in the city.
Love shopping but don’t want to splurge unnecessarily? Budget-friendly shopping in Singapore is possible—just check out these places.
Discover Singapore by indulging in its vivid cultures.
Step into Singapore’s different districts, from well-known precincts to quaint little suburbs, each with its own distinct character and charm.
How to experience the best of Singapore’s attractions and destinations in under one week.
From 9am till late, here’s your one-day food guide to the best dining experiences you shouldn’t miss in this food paradise.
Here’s how to make the most of your trip to Singapore, with our insider’s guide to living it up like a local.
See Singapore in one week with this seven-day itinerary featuring the city’s sights and sounds.
In town for a short while? Shop, eat, and play with this detailed 3-day itinerary and enjoy the best of Singapore.
Singapore’s architecture, cuisine, festivals, nature and shopping are bursting with secrets that you can discover.
Sample an array of Michelin-worthy local meals.
Dietary restrictions won’t prevent you from experiencing the tantalising flavours of Singapore’s food scene.
This Indian specialty is pleasing to the palate and the eye. Watch the prata-maker stretch the dough by slapping and swinging it in one skilful motion.
Sample the charms of the Lion City with these comprehensive stopover programmes.
Culture vultures, rejoice—see the best of Singapore on these art and design tours.
Do your part to save the Earth when you rock eco-friendly threads and accessories from these green brands and shops.
Keep to your diet when you dine at these healthy restaurants in the heart of the city.
Take these eco-friendly forms of transport to discover a lesser known side of Singapore, while reducing your carbon footprint.
Do you love coffee? A preeminent trading port along the silk road, Singapore developed many varieties of caffeinated beverages that you have to try.
Fuel your passion and explore the endless possibilities that Singapore has to offer.
Whichever month you choose to holiday with us, there are festivals and celebrations—from the cultural to the cutting-edge—to enjoy.
Travel with convenience and comfort—see the best of Singapore with these hop-on, hop-off bus tours.
These six hotels are light on the wallet, yet heavy on the charm.
As the Grand Prix Season Singapore lights up the city, there’s plenty more to do, see and try beyond the big race itself.
This spicy dish is a scintillating stew of curry cooked with vegetables and of course, the whole head of a fish.
Fueled by our national food obsession, the Singapore Food Festival 2019 boasts delicious delectable dishes, culinary insights and unique dining experiences.
Singapore’s iconic hawker centres serve up a variety of authentic fare along with hearty experiences.
The award-winning Singapore Changi Airport offers visitors a variety of attractions spread across its four terminals.
Traverse new terrain, go off the beaten track and make intriguing discoveries in unexpected places.
Sporting influences from around the world, Eurasian cuisine is hearty and showcases the best of European and Asian flavours.
Shop like a local in the heartlands. Visit these five suburban neighbourhoods for an authentic Singaporean shopping experience.
You’ll wish you had a longer layover after you read this guide on what Changi Airport has to offer.
Read on for curious facts you never knew about this green and cosmopolitan city. Discover so much more about Singapore beyond the bustling city.
What to see, food to eat, things to do, experiences that can’t be missed—here’s a guide to the best of Singapore in seven days that’s fit for all ages.
Don’t retire to bed just yet—join the night owls and explore Singapore after sundown.
Whether you’re an irrepressible explorer or an art connoisseur, you’re bound to find accommodation in Singapore to suit your every need.
This majestic place of worship is a repository of Buddhist wisdom and relics, and is home to an artefact of religious reverence.
Deals, steals and more unbelievable bargains await you during the Great Singapore Sale – your wallet will thank you for it.
The story of Singapore is rich with twists, turns and triumphs. Here is a quick primer on our history through the centuries.
The Michelin inspectors have spoken–here are all the affordable hawker stalls and restaurants you should dine at in 2018.
Back in Singapore for another trip? You haven’t seen it all. Here are some new under-the-radar things you can see and do.
As the first artist to bring street art to galleries in both Singapore and China, Jahan has been credited for taking Singapore Pop Art international.