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Vibrant Singapore has it all, especially when it come to halal hotels and Muslim friendly holiday adventures. From diverse communities, delicious halal food, beautiful green spaces and world-class attractions, to high end shopping, luxury dining, and 5* hotels. If you’re looking for a luxury destination that offers easy access to hundreds of exotic and exciting towns and cities, Singapore should be on top of your wish list.

There’s never a dull moment in Singapore, whether you’re lucky enough to watch the world’s most exhilarating Formula 1 night race that zips through the city’s streets or being entertained by the street hawkers vying for your palette. For a more sedate way to see the city, take a trip up the Singapore Flyer, the majestic observation wheel that turns in lazy circles, or spend a day in the beautiful Botanical Gardens and simply watch the world go by from among the tropical flowers. 

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  • Time Difference: GMT + 8 hours
  • Capital: Singapore
  • Currency: Singapore Dollar
  • Flying Time from the UK: 13 hours
  • Visa: Not required for UK citizens
  • Our Highlight: Mixing it with the local Hawker Stalls

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Gardens By The Bay: In a vibrant city like Singapore, you wouldn't expect lush gardens as breathtaking as the Gardens By The Bay. The nature park of three gardens that cover a total of 101 acres of reclaimed waterfront, is home to 3 different 'environments' that will amaze you.

Marina Bay: The famous Marina Bay is the place to be to enjoy the city's most popular things to do. Science Museums, various shopping, dining, and adrenaline rushing experiences can be found here, while the spectacular light show at 8pm each night illuminates the water as well as several iconic landmarks.
Sentosa Island: Built with two things in mind, relaxation and leisure. Here you'll find the ultimate holiday experience with a collection of beaches, theme parks, golf, shopping, dining and more, available on this strip of reclaimed land that can be reached by road or cable car.
Treetop walk at MacRitchie Reservoir: Enjoy a birds eye view at the Treetop walk at MacRitchie Reservoir. Standing 25 metres high and at 250 metres long, the wooden walkway bridge gives you the opportunity to see Singapore in a different way. It takes at least 3 hours to fully enjoy the treetop walk at a distance of around 7 km.  

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4 reasons Singapore is great for Muslim Travellers

Architecture: Singapore has a great mix between the old and new when it comes to architecture. There are many cultural buildings and historical places, but also stunning innovative skyscrapers and attractions all over the place.

Language:  Singapore has 4 official languages, English being one of them. Because of this, travellers will find communicating in Singapore a piece of cake. 
Food: Singapore has such a broad and diverse range of food being served in their many restaurants. Malay dishes, Indian food, Arab dishes, Chinese food, Japanese food and more can easily be found.
Arab Street & Masjid Sultan: A must visit for Muslim travellers is the Masjid Sultan. Built in 1824 by Sultan Hussian Shah, the mosque was was later 1975, designated as a national monument in 1975.