Singapore has long been a springboard for global jetsetters, but it’s finally gaining popularity as a destination of its own. Tour its colourful streets and you’ll quickly see why more and more people are spending time in this south-east Asian gem and beyond the airport.
With a myriad of attractions, from bustling hawker centres to flashy shopping malls and the world’s best airport, Singapore surprises at every turn. Lose yourself in its eclectic neighbourhoods, zigzagging between ultramodern skyscrapers and colourful old shophouses on the same block. Of course, no visit is complete without a wander through Gardens by the Bay, a dinner of chilli crab on the East Coast and a Singapore Sling at the iconic Raffles.
What to do and see on a one, two, three day layover on the Little Red Dot Changi Airport is consistently voted the best airport in the world, and for good reason: there's no shortage of things to do while you’re stuck in transit, it's practically an attraction in itself - free booze samples, video games, an up-to-date...Read more