Singapore the most business friendly economy in the world lies at the crossroads of Asia achieving a significant degree of cultural diffusion. With its varied combination of ethnic groups it has given rise to unique tastes pertaining to each country's cuisine.
Singapore has an irresistible vibrant nightlife offering a wide variety of international cuisines, dining experiences and some of the best nightspot entertainment. Each culture has brought with it,its unique cooking styles, form "The Moomba" in Upper Circular Road that serves great Australian-inspired food to the Spanish tapas-style food which is available at "Ocho" and "Que Pasa" at the Emerald Hills and the backstreets of Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street.
Mexican food can be found at "Café Iguana" at the Riverside Point and "Cha Cha Cha" and "El Patio" in Holland Village. Thai Restaurants and rice table restaurants are an easy find, take a walk around the main entertainment hubs that offer some of the best eateries. The multicultural people of Singapore celebrate with the roar of a Chinese dragon at New Year, various festivals of special significance are celebrated all year round which are enjoyed by all. Singapore is filled with lush gardens and parklands and where countless trees and flowering shrubs line the expressways.
There are many buildings in Singapore that date as far back as the colonial era which have now being converted for use as museums. Shopping is an obsession with Orchard Road offering unrivalled opportunities. The sustenance of Singapore's shopping scene during the day, Orchard Road pulsates to a different beat at night, showcasing a number of bars and nightclubs
Visit the Barcelona wine bar at 11,Unity Street which hosts a Mediterranean theme. At one end of the wine bar is a pool table, while at the other end, a mixture of a more laid-back seating with couches, and sofas. For those lovely fried mushrooms, Buffalo wings and fish & chips, visit the "Buckaroo BBQ & Grill" a typical American Restaurant in Andrews Avenue, Sembawang Park area. A must visit is the "Sentosa Resort", simply stunning and discreetly spread out on a lovely landscaped site at the eastern end of Sentosa Island.