One day in Singapore

Singapore: the melting pot of cultures
The British Empire once considered this spot on the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula as one of its most important colonies. Today the tiny city-state is an independent republic—and one of the richest countries in the world.
Singapore's Chinatown. © Travel+Style
Raffles Hotel. Singapore. © Travel+Style
Singapore at night. © Travel+Style
Singapore at night. © Travel+Style
Raffles Hotel, Long Bar. Singapore. © Travel+Style
Raffles Hotel, Long Bar. Singapore. © Travel+Style
Singapore. © Travel+Style
Singapore. © Travel+Style
Singapore Street. © Travel+Style
Singapore's Chinatown. © Travel+Style
Singapore. © Travel+Style
Clarke Quay. Singapore. © Travel+Style
Singapore. © Travel+Style

Follow Us

Facebook Facebook
Twitter Twitter
Pinterest Pinterest
Flickr Flickr
Tumblr Tumblr
Instagram Instagram

One day in Singapore

Author: Travel+Style. Last updated: 26/03/2015

Related Hotels:

Klapsons, The Boutique Hotel, Singapore. © Klapsons

Klapsons The Boutique Hotel

Singapore •


Flamboyant in Singapore

Capella Singapore Exterior. © Capella Hotels and Resorts

Capella Singapore

Singapore •


Colonial heritage and tranquility

Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel


A trip to the bygone days

Tiwi Beach, Oman. © Travel+Style

10 things to do in Oman


The rugged beauty of rock and sand