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For long, Singapore has been known as one of the world's leading commercial hubs. A melting pot of many cultures, Singapore is cosmopolitan in every sense of the word. From some of the ritziest hotels to the trendiest shopping establishments, Singapore lives up to the image of Asia's hottest shopping and luxury destination. It is not just the glass and steel skyscrapers and malls that draw tourists by the hoards. Spend a day at SEA Aquarium or watch those feathered friends at Jurong Bird Park, and you will know why.

Eating Out!

Some of the most stylish and innovative restaurants in the world with a vast array of Asian dishes from Chinese and Japanese to Vietnamese and Thai would take your fine dining experience a notch higher in Singapore.

Spicejet Recommendations!

Bombay Woodlands Restaurant, 19 Tanglin Rd, B1-01/02 Tanglin Shopping Centre, Singapore

Chatterbox, 333 Orchard Rd, Level 38 Orchard Wing, Mandarin Singapore

Tepak Sireh, 73 Sultan Gate, Kampong Glam


Singapore is a shopper's paradise and the boutiques have made it synonymous with extravagant shopping. If the exclusive high-street brand outlets have take a toll on your credit card, it's time to go bargain shopping. With shops where you could strike a deal on anything from clothes, electronics, and curios to antiques, you get options few Asian cities can match.

Places to Stay

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Events & Festivals

  • Singapore Art Week: For the art affectionados, Singapore Art Week 2014 from 13 to 19, January 2014, would be the ultimate experience. This event showcases the best work of the region and international highlights.
  • Great Singapore Sale: Great Singapore Sale is an annual event where shopaholics could get their hands on bargains with prices. With prices slashed up to 70%, get ready for some retail therapy!