The gateway to Asia, Singapore is a fabulous stop-over city. With so much to see and do, spend a busy few days exploring the brilliant blend of old and new. A shopaholics paradise, Orchard Road offers mile after mile of mall after mall. For culture vultures, Chinatown, Little India and Arab Street are worlds away from the modern shine of the financial and shopping districts. Despite its cosmopolitan status and lack of space, Singapore has an abundance of ‘green areas’ and wildlife experiences. We love the skywalk, a collection of ‘super-tree’ structures in the reclaimed Marina Bay area.

Our Turquoise Family Guide to… Singapore

4th August 2018
by Laura Taylor

The limelight has been cast on the city of Singapore, which offers families of all ages an exciting and vibrant stay, before travelling on to other areas of Asia to kick back and relax by the beach. This sparkling modern city is home to lush green spaces, a huge mix of cultures and languages, a […]

Around the World Watering Holes

13th July 2018
by Laura Taylor

It’s time to tantalise your taste buds with our favourite Turquoise watering holes. Here we’ve focused on our favourite cool bars from our awesome variety of destinations. Travel the world turquoise style and on your way stop off for some lovely libations… 1 Altitude, Singapore is the world’s highest alfresco bar with unparalleled 360-degree views […]

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