For expeditions of the urban kind, may we suggest a stroll through the streets of Singapore?

Despite its status as a global financial centre, this island city-state is surprisingly also rich in accessible green spaces – from parks and zoos to hidden botanical gardens and those by the bay, this South-East Asian nation is a secret haven for explorers. 

To take advantage of the endless expanse of opportunities available in the ‘Lion City’ we recommend checking out our latest guide “An Explorer’s Guide to Singapore”, so you can plan your trip and hit the ground running. 

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6.15

Average walking speed (km per hour) of Singaporeans - making them the fastest in the world  

2,500

Number of nocturnal animals in Night Safari - the world’s first open-air zoo for creatures of the night

30

Height (metres) of the waterfall in Jurong Bird Park - making it the tallest waterfall in an aviary to date.

1859

Year that the Singapore Botanic Gardens (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) was founded