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Singapore springs to mind? Not really, but in fact, it actually is.

This adventurous walk into the fun side of Singapore, Sentosa, is one of the options to get from the business-driven core of the city state to the smiles-in-the-sunny-side Lion City, suitable to give you and your family, the tropical time of your life.

The sandy shores of Palawan Beach suddenly seems rather tempting after a wobbly entry onto 'The State of Fun'. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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Changing your modern focal point from the sky-high rising buildings to spiritual sanctuaries is often just a short walk away. Singapore's Kampong Glam district is home to one of these city state's religious sanctums - the Masjid Sultan.

Etched in the country's list of national monument, the mosque has been both a meeting point and religious centre for the Muslim community since opening its doors in 1975. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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The 240-meter long Esplanade bridge has to be one of the most astounding symmetrical examples in the world. Its spherical shape forms the connection between Fullerton and the Esplanade, home of the Theatres on the Bay.

The underpass at the Esplanade side, particularly at night, will see a large collection of tripods getting aligned in search for the 'perfect reflection' of this architectural marvel of Singapore. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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The concept of time takes on a whole different meaning at Singapore’s Botanical Gardens.

Vast grounds, covering over 74 hectares, dot the city state with in excess of 10,000 plants, trees and flowers with its central location, at the edge of shopping paradise Orchard Road. Not only when time to spare, but when greens leafy surroundings are your main interest to fill your time in a city that thrives on fast-living, this UNESCO World Heritage site has paced even fast movers into a slower pace.

Over time, The Botanic Gardens have spearheaded transforming Singapore as a tropical Garden City, and only time will tell whether you enter this horticultural landmark, too.

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Drinks, nibbles or dining the night away; Singapore's waterside Boat Quay will not disappoint once the sun has set and the lights of alfresco and charming eateries and bars are turned on.

Wedged between the larger Clarke Quay and the popular Marina Bay area, this area forms even a great extension when a simple late-night stroll is just what you need to complete the day. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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Singapore's Gardens by the Bay is more than just is towering trees, dominating the skyline along the Singapore Strait; the humongous Flower Domes are examples of how the city state created 'the largest greenhouse in the world'.

Aptly marketed as 'Enter A World of Perpetual Spring', two cocoon-shaped, columnless glass / metal masterpieces of engineering will keep floral enthusiasts pretty occupied for hours. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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Day or night, one of the most iconic venues in Singapore with an outstanding reputation for excellent delivery remains Gardens by the Bay.

The Supertree Grove is a highlight of any visit, walking along a 128 meter-long walkway at a height of 28 meters between two monolithic tree-like structures. http://bit.ly/1Sg3nhQ

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Souvenir hunters still tends to favor Pagoda Street as where the 'crème de la crème' of traditional Chinese medicine remain mostly available at South Bridge Street.

One intertwining factor that merges these streets - and many more - is that Singapore' Chinatown has it all and more; bars, restaurants, temples and quaint little hotels fill almost any void spot on your travel bucket list. And...what would Chinese culture be without its ubiquitous lanterns? http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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The creation of its own liquid concoctions has put Singapore's Operation Dagger onto the map of the hip and cool bar hoppers.

By using own fermentation techniques and by keeping the creativity of cocktails in-house, guests with a zest for a refreshing approach for a charming, cool night out may need to head over to 7 Ann Siang Hill. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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Keong Saik Road's colonial architecture gains a lot of traction and not only from a design and preservation point of view.

A stone's throw away from the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Chinatown, the street has made its mark in Singapore for its cool rooftop terraces, trendy dining spots and chic bars. Reasons enough to look beyond the facades and indulge yourself in good food and superbly-mixed cocktails. http://bit.ly/1DbkAPh

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