The capital of the state - the city of Singapore - bright, modern and, as often happens in Asia, striking contrasts. Its heart is the Central District: administrative and business district plus the colonial part of the 19th century. The iconic sights - the Victorian building "Impress Place Building" with a museum and restaurant, parliament, cathedrals of St. Andrew and the Good Shepherd and, of course, the famous Marina Bay with the eponymous hotel - a lively illustration of the futuristic story.
Singapore’s most fashionable district is Orchard Road with fashionable hotels, shopping malls, clubs and restaurants. The main gem is the Botanical Garden, recognized as one of the best in the world. And Jurong is an industrial center, more like a separate city.
The many-sided Singapore is not only the capital, but also the nearby islands. The most famous is Sentosa with an unusually beautiful nature and a whole collection of entertainment: the huge Underwater World aquarium, the Butterfly Park, the Universal Studios complex. On the island of Pulau Ubin, you can enjoy the quiet of fishing villages, and on Pulau Tekong - stroll through the virgin forests and relax on deserted beaches.