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15 Nov

Exploring Singapore’s Little India: A Vibrant Ethnic Haven

Nestled along the lively Serangoon Road in Singapore, Little India stands out as a captivating ethnic district that promises a sensory-rich experience. Boasting a riot of colors, enticing aromas, and a bustling atmosphere, this neighborhood beckons visitors to immerse themselves in the vibrant tapestry of Indian culture. Situated adjacent to Chinatown and to the north of Kampong Glam, Little India captivates with its lively ambiance. The neighborhood showcases a spectrum of sights that make it a compelling reason to revisit Singapore. Cultural Diversity Little India serves as a vibrant and authentic space where...

11 Nov

Diwali Celebrations Around the World: Beyond Borders

While Diwali traces its origins to India, its vibrant celebrations extend far beyond, embraced with fervor in countries like Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and the United States. In several of these nations, Diwali garners the status of a national holiday, showcasing the festival's global resonance. Witnessing Diwali in the UK, especially with Rishi Sunak as its PM, reveals an exuberant celebration that reaches new heights. Indonesia: A Grand Affair In Indonesia, Diwali unfolds in grandeur, mirroring traditions from its Indian roots. The festival is a public holiday, uniting people in revelry amidst the...

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20 Jul

Singapore’s Passport Tops the 2023 Henley Passport Index

The Henley Passport Index for 2023 has recently been released by Henley & Partners, ranking the world's passports based on the number of destinations their holders can access without a visa. Notably, Singapore's passport has claimed the top spot, surpassing Japan, which had held the rank for the past five years. Singapore's passport holders enjoy visa-free access to an impressive 192 out of 227 destinations worldwide. Meanwhile, Japan now shares the third position with Germany, Italy, and Spain, granting visa-free access to 190 destinations. India Ranks 80th, jumps 5 place above...