The foodies paradise of Little India meet the awe inspiring temples of Chinatown
Apar Kabar! Welcome to Singapore. Well, that’s one of the ways to say hello. Language and heritage are complicated on this affluent former British colony, and in many places either English or a mixed dialect referred to as ‘Singlish’ are spoken. First gaining notoriety as a tax-free port owned by the British, Singapore is now a thriving tech haven. Largely known for its modern, extravagant architecture the city is also home to temples, restaurants and the more traditional areas of Little India and China Town. If you want to see the last two hundred years of colonial rule illustrated in one island, and a successful island at that, VISIT SINGAPORE.