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At first glance, this diamond-shaped island just off the coast of Malaysia gleams with modernism and commercialism, making it seem more Western than Eastern. But as you continue to discover the city-state, you'll uncover the eclectic mix of cultures, religions, ancient treasures and British colonial impressions that give rise to a unique Singaporean identity. The cultural fusion is perhaps best expressed in Singapore's unofficial language, Singlish, a unique patois of English, Chinese and Malay.

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Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre

You can shop for Asian groceries in this circular 1950s building—but the real reason to visit is the second-floor hawker center, which has more than 50 mouthwatering stalls serving up the tastiest of local offerings; you'll know the best ones by following the lines.

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