Singapore is considered the hub of Southeast Asia. Many tourists stop here, usually only briefly, on their transit to Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand or Vietnam, staying for an average of 3 and a half days in this glittering city. Let yourself get impressed by all the banking, office and residential towers or the gigantic shopping temples of the so successful Singaporean businesses, the wild heart of the "Lion City" in more than only three and a half days. This wealthy city-state at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, with its population of 4 million, is probably the smallest country in Southeast Asia, and also the cleanest on the Asian continent. It represents one of the largest financial centers in the world.
Here you will find a culture made up of Western influences combined with the traditions of the East and a whole lot of adventure! Be enchanted by the Singapore Flyer, the second largest observation wheel in the world, as it carries you way up high, over the rooftops of the city. In addition you can expect cultural attractions, skyscrapers, beautiful Amusement parks and plenty of restaurants, bars and discos along the Singapore River. Treat yourself to a Singapore Sling in one of the bars in the numerous grandiose neighborhoods directly on the river and be enchanted as you are slung into the Asian flair. But that's not all! You'll not only find a stronghold in the business world and in your internship and experience a variety of languages while not having to worry too much about being lost in translation. In addition to Chinese, Malay and Tamil, English is one of the four official languages in Singapore, and is used primarily in business and as a lingua franca. The exposure to all those languages and cultures adds multiple plusses to your resume.