SIGHTSEEING Singapore is the center of urban tourism and one of the main world business centers, therefore all the attractions that await tourists, one way or another, are urban in nature: museums, amusement parks, shopping areas, architectural monuments, business, Chinese, Indian, colonial quarters, monuments World War II, gardens and parks. The main tourist attractions are located in three tourist centers of Singapore: CBD (Central Business District), Sentosa Island, Jurong. The state of Singapore is located at 2 S just two hundred kilometers from the equator on the island of Singapore, which makes up 3/4 of the country’s territory, the island of Sentosa, as well as on hundreds of small islands around. CBD (Central Business District) is the heart of the city, its very center. This central area includes colonial, Chinese, and business districts, the main shopping street, Orchard Road, noisy, fun neighborhoods with hundreds of restaurants and cafes, Boat Key and Clark Key. Here are the most popular and fashionable hotels. Chijmes Building is a former monastery building and part of Singapore’s national heritage. Here you can eat, shop and just have a good time. The Chimes Hall Chapel hosts concert evenings and theater performances. Continue reading
Located on a remote island or in a secluded corner of the country, the hotels of the world do everything so that tourists can spend an unforgettable vacation. Since exclusive resorts are doing everything possible to stand out, we have compiled a selection of the most luxurious new hotels that you just need to see and where you can stay .
1. Water Villas – Soneva Jani (Maldives)
Soneva Jani Hotel Complex with 24 water-built villas is located in a private lagoon in the Maldives. Each villa has its own pool, as well as a panoramic roof that you can clean and sleep under the stars.
If you bought a tour to the Maldives and plan to stay at this hotel, choose a room with a water slide. With it, you can move down from the top floor directly into the water. Among the other services of the hotel complex are SPA, an open cinema and an observatory with the largest telescope in the Indian Ocean. Continue reading