Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The sun also rises in Singapore

The sun also rises in Singapore
Sun and rain make rainbows appear. While the rest of Asia seems to have yielded to the typhoon months, Singapore beckons like a glimmering sun city as the island gears up for the Singapore Sun Festival on October 18.

Celebrating the “Art of Living Well,” the Singapore tourism authority integrates a wide variety of lifestyle-themed events into two weeks’ fete of felicity. The 2007 celebrations of the Singapore Sun Festival give expression to the Good Life through seven key disciplines that include music, film, visual arts, literature, cuisine, wine, and wellness.

The Singapore Sun Festival

The Singapore Sun Festival gives Singapore visitors a treat to enjoy a spa retreat in the morning, a visual arts exhibition in the afternoon, and an evening concert or a fine dinner prepared by a celebrity chef featuring no less than the world’s finest wines.

Celebrations of the Singapore Sun Festival revolve around key landmarks across Singapore, from the Esplanade Concert Hall to the Arts House, Singapore Tyler Print Institute and The National Museum.

The Singapore Sun Festival is a sort of a moveable feast, with the city center of the main island as the permanent center. Celebrations hop from one place to the next, putting into a grand display the Singapore pipeline for fine living.

But fine living does not always come expensive. At the center of the Singapore Sun Festival celebrations is the business hotel of Park View Singapore. Its strategic location helps Park View Hotel guests enjoy the island in leisure, while its Singapore hotel accommodations provide a virtual sanctuary to the festival.

Located at 81 Beachroad in Singapore, the Park View Hotel is a 15-minute drive to the Changi Airport, a 5-minute walk to Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, and within the vicinity of the Raffles Place, Singapore’s financial and business district.

Park View Singapore room rates start at US$65, proof that it is not always that the fine things in life come at so high a cost. For more details on Park View Hotel in Singapore, the official hotel website can be found here.

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