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Singapore is one of the most enjoyable places in Southeast Asia. Officially the Republic of Singapore is a sovereign city-state and an island country off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. Prior to obtaining the status of independent state in 1965, Singapore was a vibrant trading port. It presents rich historical heritage through the numerous sights and sounds of the bustling ethnic enclaves. The area’s fascinating ethnic brew is a good reason to get interested in Singapore: here you can dip into India, China and Malaysia all in one day! Numerous waves of migrations has left a significant imprint on cultural and architectural city background, so walking around the streets is an immense pleasure.
Contrasting with the modern shopping malls, such as the Suntec City, there are serene gardens and sleek skyscrapers. The statue of Singapore's founder, Sir Stamford Raffles proudly stands in front of the Victoria Theatre. Its replica stands at North Boat Quay - colloquially known as Raffles Landing Site, as this is the spot where Raffles is believed to have stepped ashore. Museum enthusiasts might want to visit Asian Civilisation Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre, Singapore Art Museum and City Hall. Little India is one more interesting, if not unique, city district which differs from many other neighbourhoods in Singapore in many ways.