Singapore’s bustling economy and vibrant cultural landscape make it one of the most alluring places to visit in Asia. Singapore is located at the tip of the Malay Peninsula and is the multicultural home of ethnic Chinese, Malays, Indians, Arabs and Eurasians, as well as expatriates from all over the world. It is one of the few remaining city-states on Earth, and the smallest country in Southeast Asia, yet its small size encapsulates an economic powerhouse. Since its independence from England in 1963 and Malaysia in 1965, Singapore has become a financial nexus of Southeast Asia. The nation’s unique blend of culture, art, cuisine, commerce and architecture draw visitors from all over the world. Within Asia, this prosperous country is a go-to for world-class shopping, dining and entertainment.
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With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
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