Thursday, 11 November 2010

'Scratch More Than the Surface' to Find Your Singapore!

Most Australians know Singapore for its iconic Raffles Hotel, Singapore Slings, Chili Crab and Changi Airport.

But dig a little deeper - or 'Scratch more than the Surface' - and you will find an amazing concentration of sights, sounds, tastes, cultures and attractions all packed into a compact, user-friendly island city.

During the past couple of years a whole gamut of new and exciting things have popped up including the truly amazing new restaurant, casino, hotel and retail complex that is Marina Bay Sands which houses Tetsuya's wonderful Waku Ghin restaurant. And everyone's talking about Marina Bay Sands' impressive rooftop infinity pool and Ku De Ta bar too.

The younger and the young at heart can laugh and scream their way around 24 attractions at Universal Studios Singapore, or take a breather and relax as you ride the new seven-star Swarovski cable car between Mount Faber and Sentosa.

With all the new additions to Singapore, Singapore Tourism Board Area Director Oceania, Sandra Leong, says now there is so much more to do than what can be packed into just one day.

"The city has gone through such a transformation during the past two to three years and there is now so much more to enjoy you need at least 96 hours or more to take it all in," Ms Leong said. "We'd like visitors to make Singapore their own by scratching beyond the surface of what they know about Singapore to discover the things they may not know."

Aside from the many new offerings, Singapore's favourites - the shopping, the hawker stalls and the Changi Chapel & Museum to name a few are also present, adding to the special vibe that is the essence of this exciting place.

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