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Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia, as the city is basically the entirety of the country. Nevertheless, its demographic, commercial and financial growth seems to have no limits, its privileged position between the east and west makes Singapore a popular stopover point for international travelers. Travel to Singapore is nothing new. In the 19th century, it was an important trading post for the East India Company. You can trace the footprints of this era through the colonial buildings in the old part of the city or the Chinatown and Little India neighborhoods, areas which are in stark contrast to the recent skyscrapers. Going on a tour package to Singapore and discover the relaxing spots around the splendid beaches in the Sentosa area, actually reclaimed land to the south of Singapore. Since its independence in 1965, Singapore has gained nine islands of reclaimed land earning it the nickname of “the growing island”.