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ONE°15 Marina Club, Singapore, Singapore

ONE°15 Marina Club is located on Sentosa Island, south of Singapore. The marina is part of an upscale luxury neighbourhood and offers easy access to Singapore Strait and Indonesia’s Riau Islands. Close to the marina are Tanjong beach and Palawan beach, with a variety of beach clubs and restaurants. Also on Sentosa Island is the world famous Serapong Golf Course, one of the top five championship courses in Asia and home of the prestigious Barclays Singapore Open. Connected to the mainland by the Sentosa Gateway, the island is just a short drive from downtown Singapore with its iconic skyline and some of the best shopping and eating options in Asia. You’ll find everything you need on Orchard Street, from designer clothes to gourmet restaurants, electronics and jewellery stores. Stop by the famous Marina Bay Resort where you can get a panoramic view of the city from the SkyPark observation deck on top of the hotel. Directly across Marina Bay is Singapore River, birthplace of modern Singapore.


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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