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Singapore is a legendary hi-tech city, popular both with businessmen and holidaymakers. It is a top world shopping destination with magnificent shopping malls and attractive prices. Also, it is full off sightseeing attractions, like the aromatic smelling Little India, the Arab street, the Zoological garden, the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, museums, galleries, and restaurants.
Shopping is considered a national pastime; here one can buy anything from high end designer clothes to tech wares. The shopping grounds encompass anything from browsing in locally colored markets in the city’s ethnic enclaves, to the flashy Orchard Road, which seems to be on the agenda of every visitor. Shopping hours are from morning to late night, usually 9:00 am to 10:00 pm, and until midnight during the festive season. Also, the mid-year Great Singapore Sale is not to be missed for any serious shoppaholic.
Singapore is a true melting pot of cultures, and therefore also of cuisines. Its cuisine is a mixture of various eastern cuisines with strong western influences. Here you can find quality Chinese, Malay, Indian, Japanese, Italian, French and other restaurants, also fusion food is a choice. Street vendors abound and they offer high quality and hygiene standards of food. Seafood such as prawns, oysters, crabs and lobsters is much loved and present on most Singapore menus.
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
There are only two places on earth where you can experience a rain forest within city’s boundaries: Rio de Janeiro and Singapore. The Bukit Timah National Reserve was established in 1883 and covers a 400-acre area where a wide variety of animal species and trees have been preserved. An interesting fact is that the Bukit Timbah reserve contains more species of trees than the entire North American continent. The animal species featured include flying lemurs, long-tailed macaque monkeys, anteaters, pangolins and lesser mouse deer. The highest point of the reserve and (and Singapore) is Bukit Timah Hill, 164 meters high. The park provides a relaxing alternative to the bustling hi-tech metropolis.