Singapore, also known as Lion City, is a unique blend of Asian cultures, ethnicities and cuisines, providing natural beauty and even British colonial architecture. Also not to forget that it is a high-tech modern city which means that here Asian traditions meet and embrace the pluses of global tourism and the challenge of the future. The impressive skyscrapers that tower Singapore shield a big mix of Chinese and Hindu temples, Islamic mosques and Christian churches that base this multicultural city, with origins in the mass immigration from all the Asia in the 19th and 20th century. An interesting blend of old and new, Singapore is home to an ethnic mix of Chinese, Malays and Indians, with as ex-pats from all over the world, ending in mainly English-speaking society. From its world-class Changi Airport to its wonderful museums, tourist facilities, heritage architecture and physical attractions, Singapore is a example of efficiency, cleanliness and high tech. All this combined with the contrast of festivals and events in the ethnic quarters of Chinatown, Little India and Kampong Glam, and the outcome is one of Asia's most interesting tourism destinations, and one of the most various and delicious culinary scenes on the planet Earth. When visiting Singapore one should be prepared for the cultural mix, that he will anticipate. It is a good idea to dedicate at least a day for all the diverse districts of the city as this way you will feel like traveling around many countries day by day. Singapore is divided into several districts that have specific meaning and purpose. The Orchard District is the best for shopping with many shopping malls, while the Riverside District is the historic district of Singapore. This is where you want to come to view historic architecture and statues, tour the museums and theaters. Three districts of Singapore - Chinatown, the historic Malay area and Little India - represent this cosmopolitan city-state's main ethnicities. Although it is a crowded city of high-rises, museums, historic buildings and shopping malls, nice touch are Singapore's more than 400 public parks, beaches and a rain-forests. Kids enjoy highlights as a night safari, a zoo and water theme parks. Many surprising dining and entertainment choices are clustered on wharfs along the Singapore River. The hearth of downtown Singapore is made by the Colonial District full of cathedrals and cricket lawns. Notable sites of the area The Empress Place Building and the luxurious Raffles Hotel. It is a fact that most of old Singapore has been demolished for the modern city, but many landmarks within the Colonial district have been preserved. Other notable landmarks that you may not wish to miss are: The National Museum - a slick showpiece, with artefacts, video and audio celebrating Singapore's history, culture and food; The Baba House - Singapore's showcase Peranakan residence comparable to those in Melaka and Penang.and The Botanic Gardens - relaxed and distinguished park with an immaculate orchid collection and forest walks. And don't forget - there are tons more of attractions, activities and interesting places to see in Singapore, visit them and write here at HolidayStreets.com about their beauty and mystery!