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Make your way to Arab Street, Little India and China Town. These quarters are rich in the local cuisine and arts and handicraft. During times of festivity, these areas are lit up and vibrant with street performances and celebrations. Also make your way to the quite Changi Village, experience the laid back life here.
Explore the city’s colonial past at Padang. With old Victorian buildings standing tall between manicured green lawns, it reminds you of an era long gone
Nature and wildlife is at the core of any visit to Singapore. Excellent sights include a stop by the Singapore River, the Jurong Bird Park and the Sentosa Island. You’ll also find camping and trekking sites around the country.