For a country this size, Singapore packs punches above its weight. Neighbour of Malaysia and Indonesia, it is jam-packed with attractions such as the Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa Island, Universal Studios, Singapore Art Museum as well as the Marine Life Park - the world’s largest oceanarium. Lots of places for sightseeing and dining including Orchard Road, Arab Street, Chinatown, Bugis Street, Clarke Quay and Little India that make for uniquely Singapore experiences. Shopping and entertainment is never boring in this vibrant city with The Great Singapore Sale as well as other exciting events such as the Singapore Grand Prix, Laneway Festival and ZoukOut. This melting pot of Chinese, Malay, Indian and Western influences has the food, architecture and culture to show for it. What’s more, there’s always something new to see as the Garden City keeps upping the ante each year - impressive for a former trading outpost founded by Sir Stamford Raffles, huh?