Spotlight on Singapore

Looking for some inspiration further afield this year, then Singapore is hard to on to find out more about this mega-metropolis!

Spotlight on Singapore
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Looking for some inspiration further afield this year, then Singapore is hard to beat. With influences from China, Malay, India and Europe, from skyscrapers to temples, gardens, museums, galleries and of course food, this mega-metropolis has a lot going on.

Singapore's street food is some of the best in the world, so get on your bike and munch your way across the city with the Bikes and Bites Food Tour.

Bikes and Bites Food Tour Singapore - Yacooba
Sample some of the best and most tantalizing food in Singapore, then work it off as you go!

Take a private tour of Kopi and Loti, the Coffee and Bread factory and get a taste of local culture. Learn all about the coffee-making process and try some fresh java, inhale the sweet smell of fresh bread and sample baked goods hot out of the oven!

Singapore Kopi and Loti (Coffee and Bread) Factory Tour: Private Tour - Four People - Yacooba
Experience a community’s deep and long-lasting love for mouthwatering bread and coffee.

Take in breathtaking views with the Dining Combo Cable Car Skypass and Dinner. Hop aboard the famous Singapore Cable Car, and float weightlessly from island to island on a breathtaking aerial adventure. See the Sentosa Merlion, Mount Faber, and get stuck into some seriously delicious lunch or dinner.

Singapore Cable Car: Dining Combo Cable Car Skypass and Dinner - Yacooba
Feast your eyes on some of Singapore’s best sights, all while feeding your belly with some of Singapore’s best food!

Learn more about Singapore’s ancestry at the Asian Civilisations Museum. Explore the rich artistic heritage of Asia with changing exhibitions and a focus on the ancestral cultures of Singaporeans. The Asian Civilisations Museum is a must-see for adults and there's lots of interactive, educational fun for kids too.

Asian Civilisations Museum - Yacooba
Explore Singapore’s ancestry while taking a look at items from a 9th-century shipwreck.

Or trace the cultural footprint of the Chinese Revolution on the Lion City at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, a hidden treasure chest filled with cultural gems that will transport you over a century back in time, to the years of the Chinese Revolution.

Before you leave, don't forget to indulge in the world-famous Singapore Sling created in the early 1900s by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon at Raffles, the iconic British colonial-style luxury hotel.

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