Much like Hong Kong, Singapore is a bustling and busy destination for those on a cruise around the Far East and Asia.
Located at the southern tip of the Malaya peninsula, the island of Singapore has long been a popular stopping point for those travelling by sea, and is now a dynamic city where you’ll never be short of things to do.
As with many areas of Asia, religion has a big part to play in Singapore life, and a number of religious buildings can be found across the city – with the Veeramakaliamman Temple and the Masjid Sultan mosque being just two of the must see sites within the city.
While famous buildings like Raffles Hotel provide an insight into Singapore’s historical architecture, they sit side-by-side with some of the more impressive modern designs to be found anywhere in the Far East; including the Henderson Waves Bridge and the Gardens by the Bay.
Despite the built-up nature of modern-day Singapore, there is ample chance to get close to wildlife with a trip to Singapore Zoo or the Jurong Bird Park, which is the largest sanctuary of its kind anywhere in the world. The impressive botanical gardens provide further opportunity to sample outdoor life.
A ride on the Singapore flyer provides the chance to take in stunning views of the city landscape, while bustling bars, busy restaurants and first class shopping mean a Singapore cruise is sure to impress.