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Marina Country Club, Singapore, Singapore

Marina Country Club is located in north Singapore, in the waterfront residential community of Punggol. Downtown Singapore, with its famous skyline, is a 25-minute drive away. You can explore the different districts from the artsy Bras Basah Bugis, the historic Civic District and Chinatown, to the Harbor Front, the vibrant Kampong Glam and the trendy and upscale Marina Bay with its iconic resort Marina Bay Sands. The diverse cultures of Singapore have created a vibrant dining scene, a delicious melting pot of Chinese, Indian and Malay ingredients. The city is home to no less than 29 Michelin rated restaurants and is famous for having the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world at around $1.50. From contemporary French cuisine at Joël Robuchon Restaurant and Asian-Spanish fusion at Alma by Juan Amador to the numerous street food stands, Singapore is a gourmand’s dream come true. The city is a commercial and cruising hub from which you can take off to nearby Borneo and Sumatra.





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Attractions in Singapore

Singapore is located in the Southeastern part of Asia. This is an autonomous city-state that lies on the southernmost tip of Malay Peninsula, bathing both in the South China Sean and the Indian Ocean.  The state’s territory comprises the main island and more than 60 islets. Singapore is a major touristic attraction for people all over the world who come here to taste its fascinating exotic experiences.

The first large settlement on the territory which is currently occupied by Singapore was called the Kingdom of Singapura and it was founded around the 13th century. The Majapahit population came here two centuries later and occupied the area. Afterward, the Dutch colonists extended their influence over this land and in the 19th century the British started to build a commercial center in South Singapore. The island remained under English influence until 1965 when a formal independence was granted. Many foreigners have ventured in this wild isl... more info