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Country : the Republic of Singapore

VISA :Indians traveling to Singapore require a pass (visa) to enter Singapore Holders of Diplomatic and Official Services passports are exempted from visa requirements Applicants in certain cases may need Letter of Introduction (LOI), issued by a local contact being a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident in Singapore.

Best time to Travel :Tourists visit Singapore through out the year. However the best time to visit Singapore is the festive seasons.

Speciality : Singapore is one the most densely populated independent country in the world and is full with folkloric festivals, beautiful temples, domed mosques and architectural churches. The majority of inhabitants are Chinese, with a large number of Malays and Indians. Due to its diverse population and immigrant background, Singaporean culture has often been described as a mix of cultures - British, Malay, Chinese, Indian and Peranakan.

Shopping : Great Singapore Sale usually held in June-July, when shopping centers pull out all stops to attract punters.

Festivals : Chinese New Year takes place for 42 days during January or February, depending on the Chinese calendar. This is an exceptionally festive time for Singapore. Chingay Parade is a spectacular parade held in January or February along Orchard Road. This is Singapore's grandest street festival which celebrates the Chinese New Year with a Favorites include the stilt-walkers, lion dancers, samba dancers and floats. Hari Raya Puasa on 19 January signals the end of Ramadan with three days of celebrations in January or February. Thaipusam is held on 31 January at Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple and Sri Thandayuthapani Temple in Little India Singapore River Hong Bao is usually held in February during several days in the beginning of the Chinese New Year. An extravaganza includes a variety show with top regional and local artists performing; complete with fireworks, merchant kiosks and hawker stalls. Singapore Fashion Festival, held during March and April, offers an eye-opening preview to the seasonís trendiest colours, fabrics and styles through a series of exciting fashion shows and exhibitions, as well as product launches. Vesak is in April or May throughout Singapore. The life of Buddha is celebrated on Vesak Day and caged birds are released to symbolize the liberation of captive souls. Qing Ming Festival is held at the crack of dawn on 5 April. Dragon Boat Race is held in May or June at Marina Bay. Singapore Arts Festival, held in June, is an eclectic mix of dance, drama and music from around the world. Dumpling Festival, held in June, is one of the most important Chinese festivals in Singapore. Arts in the Park is held throughout July when musical and theatre performances take place in Singapore's beautifully landscaped parks. Singapore Food Festival takes place in July at various venues. Great Singapore Sale, held May through July, Store keepers throws attractive offers and let the tourists enjoy and buy best of the things. National Day is celebrated on 9 August The National Day Parade promises a fun-filled occasion complete with cultural dances and fireworks galore. Hungry Ghosts Festival takes place in August or usually September. Lantern Festival is held twice a year throughout Chinatown and the Chinese Garden. Deepavali is a very important Hindu holiday held in the Hindu month of Aipasi, which is between the solar months of October and November. Little India's streets and temples are festooned with lights and garlands while crowds pack the Sri Mariamman Temple to watch the barefoot Hindu devotees walk across a pit of red hot embers without showing any signs of pain. Gods Festival takes place during Aipasi (October or November) at Nine Emperor Gods Temple, Singapore River Buskers' Festival usually takes place in November. Christmas is celebrated throughout Singapore and the whole city decorates its shops and streets to celebrate the occasion. Singapore River Fiesta makes the cityís waterway come alive during this fiesta. The event features a calendar of exciting activities all held at the nation's historic river.

Places of Interest : Arab Street , Asian Civilizations Museum ,Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom Museum ,. Chijmes , Chinese Garden ,Chinatown, Changi Prison Chapel and Museum , Chinaman Scholars Gallery, Civilian War Memorial, City Hall, The Singapore Crocodilarium East Coast Park , Fort Canning Park, Mandai Orchid Garden, Maritime Museum, Ming Village and Pewter Museum , Mount Faber Cable Car Station and Viewing Garden , Singapore Botanic Gardens Singapore History Museum, Singapore Zoological Gardens, Sungei Buloh Nature

Activities : While you can find a place to practice nearly any sport in Singapore ó golfing, surfing, scuba diving, even ice skating

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