About Singapore

There’s no place quite like our small island home where racial lines are blurred – the local lingo is a smattering of different languages and dialects, church bells toll alongside religious chanting in temples and the evening call to prayers from mosques, and our diet is a gamut of dishes from the three major races and around the world.
Sink your teeth into this melting pot of cultures by checking out Michelin-starred eateries and mom and pop stores in the cultural districts of Chinatown and Little India. Prerequisite stops for first-timers include award-winning attractions such as Sentosa, the Singapore Zoo and the Botanic Gardens – a recent addition to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites – and Marina Bay and Orchard Road where glitzy shopping malls will tempt you into a shopping spree. Let Quotient take you a step closer to the local scene – go on a trail to places dear to Singapore’s founding father Mr Lee Kwan Yew, meet master artisans and bakers who still work using traditional methods that are fast disappearing, whip up your own Peranakan meal at a cooking workshop or try mixing your own cocktail to rival the Singapore Sling.

Thanks for the coordination on your end to ensure that the programme flowed smoothly.Dragages, Singapore – February 2014

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