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General

Just a 5-minute walk from the beach and just a 2-minute drive from the blue flag Bay, the luxurious, fully equipped, 3-bedroom Villa Jasmine features a swimming pool, barbecue, Wi-Fi, and a private jacuzzi.

Check-in

From 15:00

Check-out

Until 10:00

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Bath
  • Kitchenette
  • Room service - full menu
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating Area
  • Shower
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Toilet
  • WIFI

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Sports and nature

Close to 10 percent of Singapore's land has been set aside for parks and nature reserves, and the network of nature reserves, parks, park connectors, nature ways, tree-lined roads and other natural areas have also enhanced the sense of green space in the city.[49] This is a result of five decades of greening efforts, which began in 1963, when Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew launched Singapore’s first tree-planting campaign by planting a mempat tree (Cratoxylum formosum). The aim was to soften the harshness of urbanisation and improve the quality of life in the city.[50] This initiative was carried through into the 1970s and 1980s under the Parks and Recreation Department (PRD), which was renamed the National Parks Board (Abbreviation: NParks) in July 1996.

Nightlife

Nightlife If you are in search of a Santorini vacation that is anything but cultural, you will not be disappointed--most beach parties start as early as the afternoon. The numerous bars and clubs on the beach provide a perfect way to release pent up stress. Monolithos, Perissa, Kamari have great beaches, bars, chalets and camping. However, the best party beach hands down remains Perivolos.

Culture and history

Culture & history The culture of Singapore is a melting pot of mainly Chinese, Indian, British, and Malay cultures, and is a reflection of its immigrant history. Singapore was a part of British Malaya for many centuries. It was ruled by the Sultanate of Johor. In 1819, the British came to the Island and set up a port and colony. During British rule, the port of Singapore flourished and attracted many migrants. Singapore became part of the Malaysian Federation in 1962 for two years, and in 1965 it became an independent nation and a republic, which it remains today. Singapore has a diverse populace of nearly 5 million people[1] which is made up of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Caucasians and Eurasians (plus other mixed groups) and Asians of different origins, which is in line with the nation's history as a crossroads for various ethnic and racial groups. In addition, 42% of Singapore's populace are foreigners, which makes it the country with the sixth highest proportion of foreigners worldwide.[2][3] Singapore is also the third most densely populated territory in the world after Macau and Monaco.
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