(upbeat music) – Welcome to Singapore.
– This city is a meltingpot of ethnicities.
There is no shortage of diversity and good food for that matter.
– At first glance this city seems ultra modern and cosmopolitan.
But when you dig a littledeeper you'll notice it's held onto it traditions and culture.
– We've got a lot to see and explore.
Alright here we go.
The Singapore Flyer is huge.
We can see everything.
All of the Skyscrapers, the bay.
Singapore is beautiful,especially from this high up.
I can see the gardens by the bay with the conservatory and the sky trees.
– Gardens by the Bayis Singapore's premier urban outdoor recreations space.
At over 250 acres of garden.
Whoa, look at this waterfall! Cruising along the Singapore river, you see the contrast between the colonial buildings one one side, and the modern skyscrapers on the other.
So Clarke Quay is the hip and happening part of Singapore because of its nightlife and its restaurants.
– You haven't seen Singapore if you haven't seen the Raffles Hotel.
It is such and iconic part of the city and it's home to the Long Bar where you can have the Singapore sling.
– Cheers! – Cheers.
– The Singapore night safari is a one of a kind experience.
I just love how you can see all of these animals that only come out at night.
They're nocturnal, and thisis the best way to see them.
There's no experience like this.
Little India is sucha unique little place.
You feel like you are in India.
You can smell the food.
There's the color, thepeople, it's just so vibrant.
(ringing) It's not a great cityunless it has a China Town going through all thelittle market stalls.
Eating traditional Chinese food.
And then taking a trishawthrough China town.
Woohoo! – The cable cart over to Sentosa Island only takes about 15 minuetsand the views are spectacular.
We're here, let's explore.
I am surrounded by fish in this tunnel.
– We have had such a funtime here in Singapore.
From parks to culture to gardens.
This city really does havesomething for everybody.