Vì sao chọn Singapore?


Cộng hoà Singapore với dân số khoảng 5.3 triệu người (trong đó khoảng 1.5 triệu là người nước ngoài), với diện tích xấp xỉ 715 km2, là một trong những quốc gia giàu nhất thế giới.

Một số người ngưỡng mộ sự sạch sẽ và tinh thần tuân thủ kỹ luật rất cao của người Singapore.

Một số khác lại ưa thích sự giàu có và hoà bình của Singapore. Những việc này có được là nhờ vào một chính phủ vững mạnh. Đây quả thật là một môi trường an toàn để con em bạn có thể đến sinh sống và học tập.

Marina Bay Sands & The Helix Bridge

Marina Bay Sands is a magnificent destination for entertainment, business and shopping, delivering once-in-a-lifetime experience.
This landmark building is situated in the heart of Singapore’s central business district.
With a luxury hotel, state-of-the-art convention and exhibition facilities, theaters, a casino and some of the best shopping and dining in the region, it is an exciting place not to be missed.


Sentosa island is located in the South of the city. Students will be able to learn more about Singapore through an educational visit to the island.
Major attractions include, Images of Singapore, Butterfly Park, Fort Siloso, Underwater World, Dolphin Lagoon, The Merlion, Universal World Studios( Singapore), Musical Fountain,etc.
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HDB Blocks

HDB stands for Housing And Development Board.
Some locals may call it Highly Dangerous Buildings, but rest assured, these buildings are so safe that they even have Quake resistors in them.
Public Housing flats were built skywards in land shortage Singapore.
More than 80% of Singaporeans live in public housing. Life in the Heartlands is always bustling.
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Food courts

Food courts, throughout Singapore, provide a variety of cooked food at reasonable prices.
Diners can eat in comfort in a smoke-free and clean environment.
Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Peranakan, Indian, Thai, Japanese, Korean cuisine, and more compete with one another in the “battle of the taste”!

Historical Architecture

Over the years, Singapore’s three major racial groups – Chinese, Malays, and Indians – have developed areas of architecture, customs, and colorful festivals that best express their proud past.


There are many buildings in Singapore that date as far back as the colonial era. They are now progressively being converted for use as museums.
Given the multi-ethnic nature of Singapore’s population and her geographical position, the main interest areas of the Museum encompass China, Southeast Asia, India and West Asia.


Travelling in Singapore is both easy and economical. There is an efficient public transportation network, which offers taxis, buses, and the modern Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) rail system. With its excellent public transport system, Singapore is, without a doubt, the easiest city in Asia to get around.

Shopping Centre

The central shopping area is concentrated along Orchard Road. It rivals all other areas in terms of sheer volume, quality, and choice. Many of its shopping centers are filled with a variety of products from around the world. Most malls carry the concept of “everything under one roof”. Virtually everything that is desired can be found in these shopping centers.

Botanical garden

The Botanical garden is a National Park.
The Garden has an array of botanical and horticultural attractions with a rich heritage and a wonderful plant collection of significance
There are many attractions and it is a joggers’ paradise too
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The Esplanade Theaters on the Bay

A performing arts center for everyone.
It will provide a cultural calendar to meet the diverse needs of a multi racial Singapore.