Singapore is famous for a lot of attractions. Marina Bay Sands, Universal Studios, Sentosa, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Flyer and Chinatown are some of the places Singapore is famous for.
Singapore is a multi-lingual country. The government of Singapore recognizes four official languages; English, Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil. Most Singaporeans, however, use Singlish to communicate with one another. Singlish is a mix of English and other languages and has evolved over the years as a direct result of the crossover of cultures in this vibrant city.
Yes, you can apply for Singapore Tourist Visa online which will allow you to stay in the country for a maximum of 30 days. Your passport should be valid for 6 months from the date of your entry. It is a multiple visa entry which means you need not re-apply for Singapore Visa in the given visa validity.
If you want to extend your tourist visa once you are in Singapore, you can apply for the extension online. However, you should know that the immigration office reserves the right to reject your application.
Singapore is regarded as one of the most clean and safe cities in the world. Hygiene is practiced everywhere including in the roadside eateries (hawker stalls). The legal system can at times appear to be very stringent in Singapore. There are fines for just about everything: from smoking in public places to jaywalking, littering and even chewing gum! Singapore has a low crime rate and therefore considered relatively safe. However, petty crimes like pick pocketing or bag snatching are common. It’s advisable to always be cautious of your surroundings and avoid visiting isolated areas.
The best time to visit Singapore is anytime. The island nation experiences a warm& humid weather all year-round. Although Singapore is—for the most part—a year-round destination, the months of February to April fall within Singapore’s dry season and experience (at least a tad) less rainfall than other times of the year.