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Singapore is a small Island and country but despite its physical size is a corporate and financial giant.  It has been Southeast Asia's most successful city for more than a century. The city mixes Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and English societies and religions. Its ethnic diversity give guests to its shores a wide exhibit of touring and culinary choices from which to pick from. The calendar is always full whether it be business conventions, expos, celebrations, festivities or holidays.  There are so many celebrated events during each year that socially you will never be left with nothing to do. Likewise, Singapore offers extravagant inns, heavenly cooking and awesome shopping! The island country of the Republic of Singapore falsehoods one degree north of the Equator in Southern Asia (137km) and land mass is only 687 km2. The nation incorporates the island of Singapore and about 58 islands.  The government is very proficient and has made Singapore into a thriving nation that exceeds expectations in all areas.  Tourism is well catered for and many Countries try to replicate the infrastructure that has been created.  The capital city is also called Singapore, and covers around 33% of the total Island. Situated at the tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore's tropical atmosphere invites both relaxation and business voyagers year round. The island republic's magnificent framework empowers guests to make the most of its numerous destinations and attractions in a protected, clean and green environment. Award winning

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