The moment you step off the plane in Singapore, it's not hard to see why it is known as the "garden city", with its lush tropical vegetation and manicured lawns.Wednesday, 12 September, 2012, 3:06pm
Some cities are known
solely for being gambling paradises. Fortunately, Singapore, the city state which embraced the industry and opened its first casino in 2010, did not put all of its chips
on the gaming table.15 Aug 2012 - 5:44pm
As the most liveable city in Asia, Singapore's real estate - well known for its scarcity - is popular among global investors.
The 2010 Quality of Living Survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting rated Singapore number one in terms of infrastructure in the world, and also the 28th most liveable city globally, making it the highest-ranking Asian city.30 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Heritage value13 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
The new-look Central harbourfront will boast a 60-metre-high observation wheel if a company that runs such wheels in several cities around the world has its way.
It would complement promenades, cafes and a maritime museum planned for the area.
The company and a partner will submit the proposal for a 'Hong Kong Eye' to the Harbourfront Commission today.30 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
There is a wealth of choice, from the smart boutiques of Orchard Road to the geeks' paradise of computer mazes such as the Funan DigitalLife Mall.
Food23 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
Singapore is a clean, green, hyper-efficient machine, and one of the most user-friendly cites in Asia. The multilane freeway from Changi International Airport is bordered with flowering trees and shrubs. The Mass Rapid Transit zips its way round the island with barely a hint of a rumble or rattle. Taxi drivers help passengers load their luggage into the boot.23 Jun 2011 - 12:00am
What is it? The Singaporean hotel is named after Robert Fullerton, the first governor of the Straits Settlements (1826-1829). Opened last July, it has a fantastic location, on the Marina Bay waterfront, with a view of the Marina Bay Sands casino, which is within walking distance if you're itching to try your luck.15 May 2011 - 12:00am
Imagine you were on board an Arabia-bound cargo ship in the Strait of Malacca 1,000 years ago. Hit by a tropical typhoon, the ship rolls from side to side and starts to sink as the lights dim, and when they finally come back on, you find yourself on the seabed in the depths of the ocean, surrounded by shipwrecks and marine life.11 May 2011 - 12:00am
Chinese have overtaken Malaysians as the second-largest overseas buyers in Singapore's residential market, despite the Singaporean government introducing measures aimed at cooling down the market.13 Apr 2011 - 12:00am