It’s an ideal country for ideal humans they say but Singapore has a secret, it engulfs every race as its own. Religious and linguistic diversity are procured affectionately. To provide you safety and the best quality of life, government will ensure that you adopt unusual, weird rules in your lifestyle. To soak the eyes of Chinese with happiness, there’s the beautiful China Town with walls around the complex painted with beautiful mural paintings retelling the history in most intricate way possible. But if you find these subtle features of arts a little boring there’s Haw Par Villa (Tiger Balm Gardens), which shows the Chinese culture in the most attractive and bizarre way possible. A cultured tiger and leopard statue await your arrival. The lion fountain or the Merlion Park is a popular, mascot like tourist destination. The entire history of Singapore unfolds in this sculpture. The body of fish signifies Singapore’s past of a fishing village and the lion head indicating towards the early name, “Singapura” or the lion city. If you think Singapore is all about sharp skylines and towering concrete jungles, then you are not entirely correct. There’s a dedicated number of sites that has so much greenery that you’ll start relating happiness with the green color. It all starts from the airport itself, where thousands of trees make a beautiful, tiered garden inside the airport. Besides, there’s the Cloud Forest, which also hosts the highest indoor waterfall.