Singapore or the Republic of Singapore is an island country located off the Southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It is strategically located at the Asian crossroads with the Indonesian islands, Riau Islands to the South, Thailand and the Philippines to the North.
The Republic of Singapore consists of 63 islands and the largest of the group are Jurong Island, Pulau Tekong, Pulau Ubin and Sentosa. As it sits almost on the Equator, Singapore experiences a tropical climate with no significantly distinct seasons.
The inaugural Singapore Grand Prix and the first ever night Formula 1 Race was a great success. This international event has greatly contributed to make Singapore a major highlight on the World’s racing calendar.
Singapore is a renowned destination for visitors worldwide. Most visitors come to visit the area for the its cultural diversity, colonial history, world-class shopping, the famous beaches of Sentosa, the Jurong Bird Park and the world’s only Night Safari.
Singapore is also a very famous yacht charter destination in the South East Asia and is a gateway for other destinations like Thailand, Malaysia, Borneo or the South Pacific.
As Singapore is well-known for leisure and entertainment, yacht charterers will discover some amazing activities in the area such as the annual Great Singapore sale; held between June and July.
You will also have a large choice when it comes to the culinary heritage of the Singaporeans which includes Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Peranakan, Indian, Thai, Japanese, Korean cuisine.
It is highly recommended to visit the area in September where you can combine the Formula One Grand Prix with an unforgettable yacht charter cruise.
For yacht charter adventurers, Singapore is an opened gateway destination to visit further amazing destinations like the southern islands of Kusu, St Johns Island, Sisters Islands, Lazarus and Pulau Hantu which are just a short distance from the mainland but away from the bustle of the city.
The islands are perfect spots for swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, picnics or to drop anchor for a moonlit dinner in a secluded bay.