Singapore is extremely unique and has several interesting factors about it that will get you hooked! Here’s a few for starters.
The national icon
The icon of Singapore is a mythical creature called Merlion, which is an unusual combination of a half fish and half lion. The half-lion came from the supposed first sighting and the half-fish came from the tradition of Singapore being a fishing village back in the days.
Singapore stands as the 15th smallest country in the world, and if you take a couple of wrong turns you may find yourself at the border! Singapore is also a city-state meaning that there is only one city that occupies the entire country.
A growing country
Singapore has grown in size in the past decades through land reclamation efforts. Almost 25% of Singapore today was non-existent at the time of independence and has been reclaimed from the sea to cater to the population and industrial growth.
Singapore is a favourite destination
Singapore is a favourite among many of the ex-pats, worldwide. During your time at hotels in Serangoon Road Singapore, the likes of Park Hotel Farrer Park, you’re going to see a mix of several ethnicities and races!