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Singapore's colonial core, with museums, statues and theatres, not to mention restaurants, bars and clubs, centred along the banks of the Singapore River at Boat Quay and Clarke Quay.
Miles and miles of shopping malls in air-conditioned comfort. At the eastern end, the Bras Basah District is an arts and culture project in progress.
Dominated by the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort (hotel, casino, shopping mall, convention centre and museum), the Marina Barrage and the Gardens by the Bay. Along with the Singapore Flyer and the Esplanade Theatres, Marina Bay makes up the new iconic skyline of Singapore.
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Bugis and Kampong Glam are Singapore's old Malay district, good for shopping in the day but especially comes to life at night.
The area originally designated for Chinese settlement by Raffles, is now a Chinese heritage area popular with tourists. Restored shophouses make for trendy hangouts for locals and expats alike.
A piece of India to the north of the city core.
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Budget accommodations and Burmese temples within striking distance of Central Singapore. Toa Payoh, one of Singapore's first planned neighbourhoods, is an easy way to wander around a local housing estate and experience the town centre design unique to Singapore.
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The northern and western parts of the island, known as Woodlands and Jurong respectively, form Singapore's residential and industrial hinterlands. The Mandai area is home to the Singapore Zoo, the River Safari and the Night Safari.
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The largely residential eastern part of the island contains Changi Airport, miles and miles of beach and many famous eateries. Also covers Geylang Serai, the true home of Singapore's Malays, and Pulau Ubin, the last remnant of a rustic Singapore.
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A separate island once a military fort is developed into a resort, Sentosa is the closest that Singapore gets to Disneyland, now with a dash of gambling and the Universal Studios theme park thrown in. Across the water, there's Mount Faber and the Southern Ridges, an urban treetop walk with optional local monkeys.