In one place you can find the best that West and East offer a welcoming atmosphere that gives all the support that the tourist needs to venture into a new destination.
What makes Singapore is such a different destination in the Asian context and the ideal gateway for which you want to venture into other corners of the vast Asian continent?
Forget about the problems with the languageEnglish is one of the official languages of Singapore and most of its population able to communicate using that language. Why it is easier to ask for information, understanding menus and regional food and interact with the locals.
Multiple destinations in one PlaceWith a population consisting mainly of Chinese, Indians and Malays, plus many foreign (Western and Asian) who live and work in the city, Singapore offers the possibility of contact with a huge ethnic and cultural diversity. To spend the morning in a Hindu neighborhood, the afternoon in a neighborhood of strong Muslim influence and the other night where Chinese roots remain, all while speaking English, is priceless.
The National SpiritFew places in the world can come into contact with such culinary diversity. High Western and pan - Asian cuisine, through the food courts and street food, Singapore offers options for all tastes and budgets. Eating is a national thing in most cases does not mean spending a fortune on the pleasures of the table. For those who like Asia but still have not adapted to the food in this part of the globe, Singapore offers many western options, including major US fast food chains.
Security . Day or night, Singapore is one of the cities / safest countries in the world. No need to pretend that is not a tourist to ward off unwanted encounters. Taking the universal basic care, enjoy a trip in Singapore without any stress.
Less Chance of DisplacementsThe city offers a number of choices of public transport (metro, bus, taxis and water taxis) efficient, cheap and whose operation is easy to understand.
Singapore, like Japan, are noted for their cleanliness and hygiene concerns in various aspects of daily life, including control of street food. For example, Singapore manages to have the cleanest Hindu neighborhood on the planet without losing the culture, aromas and bustle of India.