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Southeastern Asia, Island between Malaysia and Indonesia
10 Sq. km.(water), 637.5 sq. Km (Land)
UTC / GMT + 8 Hour
Chinese (Official),Malay (National),Tamil,English
To call Chinatown a little China in Singapore would not be an exaggeration. Chinatown has pockets of traditional shop houses where crafts like calligraphy and clog-making are still practised. Traditional atmosphere seems unaffected by the stream of modernity. It is best to tour this part of Singapore city during the Chinese New Year.
Singapore has a pleasant, tropical Climater Year around , Varying from an average of 28-32 degree Celsius during the day to 23-27 degrees celcius in the evenings. It is not unusual to have intermittent showers on a sunny day but the showers rarely last long and they provide a cool respite. the rainy season in Singapore is from November till February
Places For Visit
60 kms from Digboi is the Dibru - Saikhowa National Park. Covering an area of 340 sq kms the park have seven parts, one being wetland and rest are mainly grassland and dense forest. Some rare species found are Semi Wild (feral) Horses and white- winged Wood Duck. Apart from it Leopard, clouded Leopard, Elephant, Sambar, slow loris, Asiatic Buffalo, Capped Langur, Gangetic Dolphin, Indian Wild dog, etc. More than 250 varieties of local and migratory birds are also found here.
Orchard Road
2.5 kilometer Orchard Road is said to be the largest concentration of shopping malls worldwide. The shop-aholics' heaven is lined with effulgent malls linked by air-conditioned underground squeaky clean passages. The road is replete with swanky eateries and luxury hotels.
Parliament House
Oldest government building in Singapore, built in 1827, today houses the Republic's parliament. A bronze elephant which stands right in front of the building was gifted by Siamese King Chulalongkorn in 1871.
Raffles Hotel
Not long ago, Raffles Hotel was the most famous building in Singapore. One of the last great 19th century hotels, it has played host to royalty, world leaders, film stars and other renowned personalities. Called fondly as the Grand Old Lady of the East, it is fully restored to her former glory after a comprehensive $160 million restoration. Tour the renovated complex which has a shopping arcade with 70 shops, a museum displaying Raffles memorabilia and a theatre presenting a multimedia show on the hotel's glorious past.
Singapore River
Head for the Singapore River if wanting some real fun. Ride on a bumboat enables one to appreciate the transformation of Singapore from an obscure fishing village to a bustling metropolis. Watch beautifully restored warehouses that now host dining and entertainment spots. Contrast these with the Singapore skyline. Admire the grand colonial buildings. You can tour Boat Quay, Clarke Quay and Robertson Quay, three well-known quays on the banks of Singapore River.
Supreme Court and City Hall
Constructed in 1939, the Supreme Court building shelters Corinthians columns painted by famous Italian artist Cavaliere Rodolfo Nolli. Cheek-by-jowl is the City Hall where Lord Louis Mountbatten signed the document of the capitulation of the Japanese in 1945.
Golf Course
Digboi has an 18 holes Golf course considered the best in the entire upper Assam, where all important tournaments are held. There are 8 other 9 hole Golf courses with tea estates between Dibrugarh and Doom Dooma. Tingri Golf Club, Samdang Golf Army Golf Club, Dinjan Kanjikoah Golf Club, Margherita Golf Club, Zoloni Golf Club, Dibrugarh District Planters Golf Club, Naharkatia Golf Club.
Singapore Highlights
Singapore Wildlife & Marine Life
- Botanical Gardens
- Dolphin Lagoon
- Jurong Bird Park
- Parks & Reserves
- Singapore Zoo
- Underwater World
  - Food
- Nightlife
- Shopping
- Spa
- Sports & Adventure
Singapore Museums   Singapore Monuments/Buildings
- Asian Civilization Museum
- Changi Prison Chapel & Museum
- Singapore Air Force Museum
- Singapore Art Museum
- Villa Museum
  - Armenian Church
- Cathay Building
- Holy Infant Jesus Chapel
- Empress Place Building
- Hong San Temple
- MacDonald House
- Siong Lim Temple
- Sri Mariamman Temple
- Sri Perumal Temple
- Telok Ayer Church
- Thian Hock Keng Temple

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