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Republic of Singapore Yacht Club, Singapore, Singapore

Republic of Singapore Yacht Club is conveniently located close to the city at West Coast Park, near the junction of West Coast Highway and Clementi Road. It also offers easy access to the Southern Islands and Indonesia's Riau Archipelago. The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club is the oldest yacht club in Asia, founded in 1826. Southern Islands is comprised of Kusu, St. John and Pulau Hantu, offering blue lagoons, white sand beaches, hiking trails and picnic areas. You can explore the districts of Singapore, each one with its own personality and charm, from Civic District, Chinatown and Harbort Front to Kampong Glam and Marina Bay. The city’s skyline has been transformed in the past decades and the Marina Bay Sands resort is one of the world’s iconic buildings. Singapore hosts a wide variety of music, food and cultural festivals throughout the year, including the Chinese New Year, the Hindu festival Thaipusam and the multicultural Chingay Parade.


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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