thumb|350px|The Merlion and the Central Business District skyline
Marina Bay is Singapore's newest district, created on reclaimed land just east of Riverside. It includes the areas east of Shenton Way and Esplanade Dr.
Bugis and Kampong Glam are districts of Singapore, just to the east of the city centre.
Little India is, as the name promises, the centre for the large Indian community in Singapore. While a rather sanitized version of the real thing, Little India retains its distinct identity without degenerating into a mere tourist attraction and is one of the most colourful and attractive places to visit in Singapore.
Orchard Road is the main shopping street of Singapore. North of the Singapore River, to the west of the Central Business District, Orchard Road turns into Bras Basah Road as it heads east.
Singapore (Chinese: 新加坡; Malay: Singapura; Tamil: சிங்கப்பூர்) is a city-state in Southeast Asia. Founded as a British trading colony in 1819, since independence it has become one of the world's most prosperous countries and boasts one of the world's busiest ports.
Sentosa is an island just off the southern coast of Singapore. This district also includes Harbourfront and the Southern Islands.
Balestier, Newton, Novena and Toa Payoh are in central Singapore.
The East Coast of Singapore is largely residential and offers few sights as such; most visitors just cross it on their way from and to Changi Airport. For Singaporeans, on the other hand, the main attractions are 20 kilometres of white sandy beach and the food: this is the home of many of Singapore's culinary icons.
The northern and western parts of Singapore are the city's hinterlands, consisting of jungle dotted with public housing blocks and a significant industrial area in Sungei Kadut and the reclaimed area of Tuas. In addition there is a reclaimed island, Jurong Island, made from the merging of 7 previously smaller islands.
Sekupang is a town and district on the Indonesian island of Batam, in the Riau Islands.
Pasir Gudang is a port city and manufacturing hub in the state of Johor, part of the growing metropolitan area around Johor Bahru, just a little way off in the east. Generally industrial in nature, Pasir Gudang does hold a colourful kite festival in February and the local track circuit is a favourite spot for gearheads in Johor and from across the Causeway.
Waterfront City, also known as Teluk Senimba (Senimba Bay), is a place on the island of Batam, Indonesia, just south of Singapore.
Johor Bahru (Jawi: جوهر بهرو) (also Johor Baru or Johore Baharu, but universally called JB) is the state capital of Johor in southern peninsular Malaysia, just across the causeway from Singapore. Populated by about 500,000 inhabitants, Johor Bahru is for the most part suburban and lacks a metropolitan feel.
Batam is a small but busy island in the Riau Islands in Indonesia of 45 km x 25 km and nearly a million people, hundreds of multinational owned factories, towns, shopping centres. It is a gateway to the other Riau Islands.
Iskandar Puteri, better known by its previous name, Nusajaya, is a city in the state of Johor, Malaysia. It is the administrative capital of the state, although the official capital is the neighbouring city of Johor Bahru.
Kota Tinggi is a town in Johor that's famous for the waterfall in the Lombong area.
Karimun is a small island offerring a range of tourist activities in the Riau Islands province of Indonesia. It is also the name of a group of islands and regency (kabupaten) to which it belongs.
Tanjung Pinang (Tanjungpinang) is the main town on the island of Bintan, and the capital of Riau Islands province.
Kluang is in the centre of the Malaysian state of Johor. It is geographically located at 110 km north from Johor Bahru, east-southeast of Batu Pahat, west of Mersing and south of Segamat.
Sibu Island (Pulau Sibu) is an island off the eastern coast of Johor, Malaysia.
Mersing town is located on the east coast of the peninsular Malaysian state of Johor. It is 136 Kilometres north east of the state capital Johor Bahru.
Rawa (Malay: Pulau Rawa) is a small, beautiful island located 16 km (10 mi) off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. Surrounded by clean blue waters with jungle vegetation struggling for a foothold on the craggy cliffs, the island would have been bypassed by the tourist trade altogether were it not for the soft white sands fringing its western shore.