Singapore is much more than a major financial center or a gateway to other South-east Asian countries like Thailand or Malaysia. The Lion City is buzzing with sources of recreation, relaxation, and entertainment of top notch quality. If there was ever a city that made every dynamic aspect of its multicultural populations as its own, it is Singapore.
Flying to Singapore is now even more convenient with Etihad Airways providing carriers from Hyderabad to Singapore at reasonable prices.
Here are some of the reasons you should visit Singapore now.
- Melting Pot of Culture
Singapore is a city where multiple cultures and their religion and traditions have collided and melted into a bigger spirited culture of the country. Chinese, Malay, Tamil and some other constituencies make up the lively cultural spectrum. There are temples, mosques, and churches located near each other sharing their food, language and music. The Chinese New Year, Diwali, Ramadan, and Christmas are celebrated with the same zest. It is a lifetime of an experience.
- Shop till you drop
Shopping is a religion in itself in Singapore. From retail outlets of posh brands in sky-high dazzling malls to niche boutiques to the flea market, Singapore has it all. For your artistic and nerdy needs, visit Tiong Bahru Plaza and for a more luxurious experience, go to Orchard Road dotted with high-street outlets, boutiques, departmental stores and retail shops.
- A paradise for foodies
Being a city where for over centuries, traders and merchants came over and stayed, bringing together a number of cultures and their cuisines, the vast range, and variety of Singapore’s food is no surprise. Though there is no lack of casual and high-end eateries and pubs all over the country, the heart of Singapore’s eating-out lies in hawker centers and open-air food courts that sell Chinese, Malay, Thai, Indian and Western food. The choices in these hawker stalls are endless, and the prices are unbelievably low.
- The land of festivals
A potpourri of several cultures, Singapore hosts many annual festivals all around the year. The Singapore Food Festival in July, Neon Lights Festival of music and dance in November, the Dragonboat races in July again or the Singapore Symphony Orchestra all year long – choose your deal and drop in.
- Marina Bay Sands and the rooftop pool
Marina Bay Sands, the thrilling integrated resort has everything in its premise – a hotel, an exhibition center, a mall, a museum, two large theatres, restaurants, a skating rink and an atrium casino – all topped with the world’s largest infinity pool, the 150-metre long SkyPark. The whole place, in one word, is splendor redefined. It will cater to your luxurious needs better than anything.
With a bustling atmosphere and an ever-lively spirit, Singapore has always been a favorite holiday destination for excitement-hungry tourists. Indians’ love for traveling is not a secret and every major international airline offer flights to Singapore’s Changi Airport. Etihad Airways are offering Hyderabad to Singapore one-stop flights at pocket-friendly prices.