The Republic of Singapore is Southeast Asia's smallest country but not the least interesting one. Its capital, the city of the same name, is considered a city-state.
Man came to this land in the second century BC. Throughout its history it has belonged to different empires and in 1819 it began its career as a modern part of the East India Company and was later a British colony. During World War II it was conquered by the Japanese Empire and in 1963 it became independent from the UK as part of Malaysia, the country from which it was separated in 1965.
Its economy grew rapidly and it is currently one of the strategic points of world trade. The state is made up of 64 islands, being the main one Singapore.
The beaches of the island of Sentosa, the Garden By the Bay, the promenade of Marina Bay, the Botanical Garden, Orchard Road, the market New Bugis Street, the Esplanade, Chinatown, Little India, the Arab Quarter theater with the Sultan Mosque and the iconic Museum of Arts and Sciences are some of the essential visits. Added to this you should see the city from the top of the tallest Ferris wheel in the world known as Singapore Flyer, venture on a night safari, swim with dolphins or even take a swim with sharks in the Underwater World.
And if you have time to conquer another Mostpoint, in neighboring Malaysia you will find the southernmost point of the country and the Asian continent, Cape Piai, although Singaporeans say the continent ends in its territory, particularly in Pelawan.