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 2023 4th International Conference on 
 World Economy and Project Management
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Singapore
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November 04-05, 2023
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The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.

Singapore Attractions


Singapore attractions range from dazzling modern wonders to primitive battlegrounds, making this Southeast Asian hot spot one of the world's most popular places to travel. While it's true that Singapore's first-world status does come with a price tag, traveling on a budget in Singapore is more than possible, especially if you start with these most popular things to do! There are a beautiful range of beaches located on Singapore's east coast as well as three of the best beaches located on Sentosa and its surrounding southern islands, ideal for swimming, working on your tan or enjoying some water activities.


Whether you love to relax on the beach, shop til you drop, sample the local cuisine, unwind in the tranquil gardens, spy some of the region's more exotic wildlife, soak up the history of the country or simply discover the local religious way of life, there are an amazing range of Singapore attractions designed to offer the ultimate holiday experience, no matter your taste or budget. With a blend of Chinese, Malaysian and Indian cultural influences, the primary Singapore attractions are based around culture and nature with some historical and contemporary experiences thrown in for good measure.


Singapore isn't known as the 'Garden City' for nothing, there are a stunning range of parks and gardens located in the city. Some of the most popular include the National Orchid Garden and Botanical Gardens as well as the amazing Cloud Forest and Flower Dome in the Gardens by the Bay. Other popular gardens including the Japanese and Chinese Gardens as well as the Southern Ridges HortPark. If you're interested in wildlife, there is also a turtle and tortoise sanctuary located in the Chinese Gardens. Speaking of wildlife, if that's your thing than you'll love the Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari and Singapore Zoo. If you prefer 'real' nature, this can be harder to find in Singapore, however the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is probably the closest you'll get and is home to more plant species than the entire area of North America. Pulau Ubin offers a more rural Singapore experience and you can often spot more common types of wildlife in the many public gardens.

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