Singapore’s Draw

Singapore is a small island with a high population density. It is also known as one of the ‘’four Asian tigers’’ because of its high rates of industrialization and economic growth. When it comes to its culture, this country has an interesting mix of elements from the Chinese, British, Malay and Indian cultures; its history is distinguished by immigration, and we could say that its future will continue to depend on it.

Singapore is famous for the Singapore Expo, which is one of the largest exhibition centers in Southeast Asia. Proudly, this site is chosen to house all the largest exhibitions, fairs, conventions and meetings throughout Asia. This large property is located in the forest area of Tampines, in the East region of Singapore, which is one of the largest residential areas in the country. In its surroundings abound beautiful Tampines trees, which gave their name to the city.

The natural beauty of the local vegetation combined with the well planned urban development; achieve a harmonic landscape between the gray of the concrete and the green of the trees.

Not far away, residential projects like the Grandeur Park Residence sits. This area is constantly growing and investors in the field of real estate have their eyes well placed on this site. Both residents of Grandeur Park Residence and visitors from other regions or even from other countries are attracted by the different activities carried out in the spacious halls of the Singapore Expo. Tourism is one of the largest economic sectors in the country, as Singapore is the hub of many international means of transport in Asia, and it’s also a crossing point on many sea and air routes. For this and more, it is considered one of the most important global cities in all of the world.