Singapore, Singapore - Mar. 9, 2009
Liquid Blue is back in Singapore.
Diana and Gina participate in local customs.
At the Kenko Wellness Spa, nibbling fish are used to exfoliate your legs and feet.
The Sri Mariamman Temple was founded in 1827 and is a major tourist attraction.
Racial and religious harmony has been a crucial part of Singapore's success.
Singaporean cuisine is an example of the country's diversity and cultural diffusion.
Kong Meng San Phor Kark See was the first traditional Chinese forest monastery in Singapore.
Singapore, Singapore - Nov. 6, 2005
The Sri Mariamman Temple is the largest and oldest Hindu temple in Singapore
Singapore is a major Asian transportation hub, strategically lying on sea and air trade routes
Singapore has controled its pollution levels to well within World Health Organization standards
Singapore is the second most densely populated independent country in the world
Singapore has the highest standard of living in Asia, and is ranked 11th in the world
The Constitution of the Republic of Singapore established the city-state as a representative democracy
Singapore, Singapore - Feb. 28, 2004
Singapore, is an island country and the smallest country in Southeast Asia
Measured by GDP per capita, Singapore is the 22nd wealthiest country
Raffles Hotel is a colonial-style hotel (1887), named after Singapore's founder Stamford Raffles
The Singapore River is a small in terms of physical attributes, but of extreme importance to the country
The Downtown Core is an urban planning area in the south of the of Singapore
Singapore has a highly successful and transparent market economy
Singapore's policies contain some aspects of socialism
Singapore has consistently been rated as the least-corrupt country in Asia
Singapore consists of 63 islands, including the main island itself
Singapore is the fourth largest foreign exchange trading centre after London, NY City and Tokyo
Singapore has been rated as the most business-friendly economy in the world
Orchard Road is a road in Singapore that is the retail and entertainment hub of the city-state
Primary education is compulsory in Singapore and as such the literacy rate is 95%