Singapore: A metropolitan melting pot
It is also its incredible cultural mixity that makes Singapore shine. Predominantly Chinese in its cultural makeup, accounting for 77% of the population, and representing an essential traditional cornerstone of the city, its residents seek inspiration from Malay, Indian and Arab influences. Four languages pepper conversations: English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil, and as many religions respect a calendar of traditions. This diversity is evident at mealtimes and at markets alike, a testament to a multiplicity of origins.
Take the Wooloomooloo Steakhouse: this incredibly hip establishment, with its contemporary, stylish decor, wenge wood, Australian aborigine artwork and stunning views of the 9th bend of the Singapore nocturnal Grand Prix, serves premium steak accompanied by a glass of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Réserve or Palmes d’Or.
At the Imperial Treasure at the heart of the “Great World City” shopping centre, the finest Chinese culinary fare can be savoured after a refreshing pause at the Champagne bar, a keen advocate of Happy hour!
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