Many travelers who arrived in Singapore are either on a stop over or business trip.
For many individuals, you could be on your way to countries such as Thailand, Australia and New Zealand or vice versa, if this is the case then you should stay for at least two days or longer to see what this country has to offer.
Many people I have talked to seems to think that there is nothing adventurous about this island state.
It is true that this country is very well organize, and it is not one of the cheapest in South East Asia to visit when you compare with the neighboring countries like Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
However, Singapore is still living up to its reputation of being a shopping paradise to those who have visited this country in the past.
Forget about the usual tourist attractions like the Zoological Gardens, Botanical Gardens and the shopping district along Orchard and Scotts Road.
Well, what is there to do and where to stay in a short period time?
With so many competitions among the neighboring countries to attract international tourists, This place has totally transformed itself with not one but two integrated casino hotels and resorts.
After many years of proposition and fierce bidding wars from many international developers and investors, the government has finally given the green light for building casinos on the island but with certain rules and regulations for local gamblers.
Marina Bay Sands with its impressive architecture was one of them. It is uniquely different and could soon be an iconic structure representing casinos in this small state.
The other is located in Sentosa Island, another great transformation of this tire looking destination. The government realizes that this place really need some major renovation, hence the birth of the Resort World Sentosa.
Casino, hotels, Universal Studio, galleries, cinema, convention centers and most important (for the ladies) upmarket shopping and restaurants are all located in Resort World and also Marina Bay Sands.
There you go something new and exciting and of course, if you have plenty of time you could visit all the tourist attractions.
Lastly, if you really want to get to know Singaporean, simply take the efficient subway that always arrive on time and venture into the suburbs. You will soon find out that there are many things to see and do even outside the tourist strip.