Singapore Tourism

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Probably Singapore isn’t at the top of your list of must see destinations. Malaysia might be there, Thailand probably, Bali as well but Singapore tends to get missed out.

Is it because it is seen as a business destination, a financial centre or just a place to change flights? Or is it because it is seen as small and thus because of that, there can’t be a lot there.
Whatever it that may be about to change because the Singapore Tourism Board has signed a deal with Visa, the credit card people, to publicise the country over the next 3 years. Travellers may be aware of the Grand Prix that was just held there and the shopping area Orchard Road (which has 7 million visitors per year) but what else do they know of it? The link with Visa may widen travellers’ knowledge and introduce Singapore to a wider number of Britons who can combine a beach resort with all that a city has to offer.

So CD-traveller is going to look for itself. We’ll explore the island(s) over 2 days (the length of time that many travellers stay there) and we’ll give you an idea of what to see and do.

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