A gleaming cultural metropolis known to be a melting pot, Singapore makes for a unique travel destination. Skyscrapers sit harmoniously among regal-looking heritage buildings that date as far back as the early 1900s, whose architecture styles tell tales of the city’s colonial associations with the British.
Singapore is often called the ‘The Garden City’ for its constant stream of manicured tree-lined streets and bushes sprouting beautiful flowers, Singapore is a wonderland for fans of all things sunny, green and natural. It is in this glorious intersection of modernity and nature that Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore is located.
Travel to MacRitchie Reservoir where ancient rainforests are home to monkeys and the Greater Racket-tailed Drongos, and where muddy wetlands teem with lobsters and giant lizards. Or, if you plan to stay in central Singapore, escape to the Singapore Botanic Gardens - recently named one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.