Tai chi is synonymous with Singaporeans and a day doesn’t go by without it and so are the fragrant Botanic Gardens set amidst lofty rainforest trees that adds to the serenity of city. When in Singapore, take a step back to the colonial days of this city at the Corinthian-columned Supreme Court, or find yourself watching cricket matches on the grassy expanse of Padang. In contrast with the buzz of street markets and shopping malls, the spiritual aura of the city surfaces in Chinatown, where you are lured the Hindu Sri Mariamman Temple with its immense, ornate gopuramor tower gateway filled with incense plumes that relaxes your senses. Alternatively, enjoy an all-day outdoor recreation on Sentosa Island, a popular tourist venue.
As you step in Singapore, the Orchard Road cannot be missed with its crammed yet gleaming malls selling latest digital cameras,laptops, and designer fashion attire and accessories. Experience the latest trance and techno music at the many clubs that forms the throbbing hub of the nightlife in Singapore. These nightclubs in Singapore are home to some of the best techno DJs and elegant dance floors. At Chinatown Night Market, you can view string of red lanterns light up the Pagoda and Sago streets with stalls that are crammed with glamorous cheongsam dresses and exquisite Chinese calligraphy.
The dining scene in Singapore boasts an overwhelming range of cuisines and do not forget to try out lunch at the noisy Lau Pa Sat hawker center where you literally squeeze up at a table with office workers during their lunch break. There are several stalls that serve up dishes from Hainanese chicken rice to fried carrot cake. Alternatively, enjoy dining on chili crab if you are a non-vegetarian and if not, there are vegetarian restaurants that serve coconut curries on banana leaves to give it the Indian touch.