Is the largest port in Southeast Asia and one of the busiest in the world. It owes its growth and prosperity to its focal position at the southern extremity of the Malay Peninsula. Singapore has been in the top ten list of the most visited cities in the world for years. Our small yet beautiful island deserves it as the city has all to satisfy any need of visitors: green and safe environment, cultural diversity, delicious food, world-class shopping malls, the latest fashion and electronics, vibrant nightlife, cheap and convenient public transport, and many more.
Singapore is home to a range of fantastic attractions that keep visitors coming back including some wonderful beaches on the east coast as well as on Sentosa and the southern islands.
Sentosa Island, known mononymously as Sentosa, is an island located off the southern coast of Singapore’s main island. Sentosa Island is famous for the massive Resorts World, which in itself contains many fun things to see and do. Sentosa is also home to all of the best beaches in Singapore. All featured attractions are easy to get to, thanks to a free bus service that runs around the island as well as a free monorail service
Is world famous for its natural wonders and wide open spaces, its beaches, deserts, “the bush”, and “the Outback”. Australia is one of the world’s most highly urbanized countries it is well known for the attractions of its large cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth, Cairns, Goldcoast.
Geographically speaking, Australia is a global anomaly. The Aussie mainland is the world’s largest island, and is the only continent to also double as an island. With some of the world’s oldest geological features, the Great Barrier Reef is regarded as the world’s largest living organism, the rain forest ,the wildlife ,explore the amazing wine and food culture, limitless adventures, beautiful islands and warm welcoming people.
Situated at the northern gateway to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, Exmouth is the perfect base to explore the grandiose landscapes of the Cape Range National Park and the underwater wonders of the Ningaloo Marine Park. Visitors come from around the world to swim with the awe-inspiring gentle giants of the sea – the whale sharks, manta rays and humpback whales.
Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s largest fringing reef and it is one of the largest on Earth. Unlike most other reefs, it’s easy to access just by stepping off the beach. A snorkel and mask are all you’ll need to experience this colorful and pristine reef. Exmouth and Carnarvon are the northern and southern gateways (respectively) to the long spanning Ningaloo Reef.