Singapore

Despite its small footprint, the island city of Singapore has swiftly risen to become one of the most successful cities in the world. This achievement can be partially credited to its strategic location that has made it one of the most prosperous international trading ports. Today, Singapore is home to a skyline of futuristic architecture, boasting the latest modern design has to offer. Many of the structures incorporate unique greenspace that provides the city with an appearance of a living ecosystem rather than a concrete jungle. Cleanliness and hygiene are a top priority in the small country, so it is no wonder that they also have some of the best street food in the world with stalls having been known to receive their own Michelin Stars - completely unheard of until Singapore proved that delicious food doesn’t have to come with an exorbitant cost!

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Singapore, Singapore

Redhill Station

Sitting "Pretty in Pink," this station and its surrounding area get their name from an intruiging local legend.

Singapore, Singapore

Raffles Hotel

This high-end hotel, first belonging to Charles Emerson and then a school, is the birthplace of the Singapore Sling and the supposed home of a runaway tiger.

Singapore, Singapore

MICA Building

From 1934 to 1981, when the façade of this national monument was grey, it housed Singapore's policemen and was called the Old Hill Street Police Station.

Singapore, Singapore

Regent Singapore Hotel

Luxury hotel containing art & artifacts integrated into its historic setting along Orchard Road in the Central Area of Singapore.

Singapore, Singapore

Central Fire Station

This "blood and bandage" fire station is the oldest station in Singapore still in operation.

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