New City.Mobi guide brings scintillating Singapore to life
Ahead of the 2012 F1 Singtel Singapore Grand Prix and the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony, a dynamic city guide has been unveiled to help travellers discover the highlights of scintillating Singapore.
Capturing the cultural diversity, safety and elegance for which the South East Asian destination is renowned, Singapore.City.Mobi. lists everything visitors to the island country need to know about Singapore during their stay.
Savvy leisure and business travellers can become instantly immersed in the local culture, with carefully selected information, facts and figures and contacts easily accessible.
From the fashion emporiums of Orchard Road, the antique shops in Chinatown, the incredible range of cuisine, the swanky bars and clubs and the stunning city parks, Singapore’s many unique sights and hidden gems are waiting to be discovered.
The mobile guide includes extensive information ranging from accommodations, to restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and transport.
In addition there is emergency information to hand.
Other innovative features include a currency converter and translating tool while web links and contact details are provided for all the featured services.
Commenting on the guide, Kelly Footit, head of development at World Group said: “Singapore.City.Mobi aims to inform travellers of their many options, featuring up-to-date information about the Singapore’s superb attractions, diners, cafes, bars, accommodation options, shopping, spas, and so much more so that they can make the most of their time in this buzzy destination.”
The Singapore mobile guide – created by leading mobile web development company World Mobi – is available free of charge at Singapore.City.Mobi.
This clever pocket sized buddy can be run using a mobile or smartphone browser. It is also accessible on desktops.
Designed specifically for the needs of travellers on the go, the guides load efficiently and reduce download costs for the user.
The F1 Grand Prix takes place on September 23rd, while the World Travel Awards Asia and Australasia ceremony will take place on October 18th and is expected to draw the leading lights of the travel and tourism industry from around the world to the destination.