Singapore City Centre, which spans from Singapore's central area up to the southern-most part of the city-state, comprises numerous well-established districts each with their own unique identity. This area has some of the best dining, shopping, and entertainment sites within the city-state, and it is just minutes away from Chinatown, Little India, Arab Street as well as Orchard Road.
Visitors to Singapore's City Centre will find that it is teeming with scenic landmarks, including the iconic Merlion Park. This is where the historical seat of the government of Singapore is situated as well as some of the city-state's conserved buildings, monuments and educational and architectural facilities such as the Singapore Arts Museum and the National Library. Meanwhile, for those who want to spend some of their time shopping around the City Centre, there are multiple spots within the area which include the Sim Lim Square and the Parco Bugis Junction.