Singapore in the spotlight

 

Singapore is famous worldwide. People from all over the world have been intriguingly visiting the hotspots like Sentosa, Bintan and Langkawi. As time’s passing by, the country’s tourism rate has been increasing. More and more people are coming over to experience an exciting short-live fun-filled vacation.

There are lots of places to explore in Singapore. For movie buffs, The Universal Studios theme Park is just the place for you. It exhibits interesting displays of the mummy, Shrek 4D, etc. there are also 20 exciting theme rides you’ll surely enjoy.For art enthusiast, the Art Science Museum is a great place to be. It displays a great collection of gallery around the world.

Just recently, Louis Vuitton opened a new retail store situated at Marina Bay Sands. By 2012, Marine Life Park and River Safari will set to open. The Marine Life Park will be the largest aquarium in the world and The River Safari will depict a perfect the Nile and the Amazon environment.

Aside from the exciting places, Singapore takes it pride from its famous ice skating performances at Marina Bay Sands Grand Theatre. Another highlight is the Formula1 race events. There will also a Power Boat Race at Marina Bay organized by Formula1. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra will also have an event throughout the month of December.

Accor Survey: Singapore and Hong Kong Are the Top 2 Asia Pacific Business Destinations

Singapore 2011 Top business travel destination

According to the Asia-Pacific
Business Traveller Survey conducted by Accor and Cimigo, Singapore and Hong
Kong are the top two business destinations in the region. This was the result
gathered from 10,437 respondents from the following countries: China, Hong
Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Australia, and New Zealand.

 Accor-Asia Pacific representative
Evan Lewis said that their survey results had business travellers saying that
they expect Singapore will remain as the top travel destination for business
throughout Q2 2011. This only further cements Singapore’s position as the
number 1 business hub for the whole Asia Pacific region.

Lewis also shared that the survey
showed Hong Kong as a top business destination because it serves as the entry
point to China. Singapore’s popularity, on the other hand, is attributed to its
advantage and usage as the gateway to the rest of South East Asia.

Accors survey also covered
business travellers’ budget allocation for accommodation, preferred booking
methods for hotel accommodation, and average number of business trips taken by
business travellers from January to June of 2011.