Singapore.

If you are looking for a real holiday, then you must try it in this Island country Singapore.

Singapore is a real paradise for everyone. It's been called as a food paradise, one of the best businesses cities in the world, a cultural melting pot, a city of contrasts, are among others.

You'll have to decide for yourself. once you reach there any time of the year.

Before you visit there plan your trip and do the rest. As a tourist you have day time activities and night life activities.

A democratic governed country where you have to follow the rules and regulations of the country.

Best part is, you can visit Singapore at all times of the year as its tropical climate means sunshine all year round.

Travelling around the island is easy as there are plenty of taxis, buses and the Mass RapidTransit (MRT) to choose from. English is widely spoken so it's easy to find your way around. You can also explore the island on more traditional modes of transport such as the trishaw or a bumboat. Or sign up for the Singapore DUCKtours which will take you on a heritage tour on land and water onboard an amphibious craft.

Spend a relaxing day away from the city and immerse yourself in the local lifestyle. It's easy to get there. Simply take the MRT to the suburbs like Toa Payoh, Holland Village and Tampines. Browse through "mom & pop" shops or the more modern shopping malls.

Catch a movie at the cineplex. And don't forget to have a cup of local tea or coffee at the kopitiam or coffee shop. Also you can visit to the suburbs, where shopping malls offer equally good quality products at very competitive prices. But Singapore is not only about sightseeing, food and shopping. For something off-the-beaten track, try trekking at the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, cycling at Pulau Ubin, golfing at one of the island's courses or rollerblading along East Coast Park. If you'd like to pamper yourself, go for a mud wrap or a purifying facial scrub at a spa. The nightlife is equally enticing. Check out the watering holes at Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Mohamed Sultan Road as well as nightspots like China Jump Bar.You'll be astounded by the number of activities that can be packed into this pulsating island, day and night.

You may have heard of how one friend had enjoyed breakfast with some animals at the Zoo, how another had danced into the wee hours of the morning at one of the island's many trendy nightspots. But did you know that you can also get up close and personal with animals in the night, swim with pink dolphins, pamper yourself in an outdoor spa and even consult a geomancer for better luck and prosperity? Yes, Singapore is more exciting than ever! And with more attractions being added every year, maybe by your next visit, you may have to rediscover Singapore.

That's Singapore!

Singapore Tourism Board is doing every thing to promote tourism industry in Singapore. They offer valuable information to the people whoever wants to visit the Island.