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In the mid to late twentieth century, Singapore was “the most boring country in Southeast Asia” with no natural beauty and no historical sites. However, after only 20 years, Singapore has planned and built a professional tourism industry from casino, sea to cuisine. As a result, Singapore welcomes 17.4 million tourists a year, which is 3 times the population of the country. All of this is attributed to the hands and minds of Singaporeans. The story of development in Singapore is a lesson for every Vietnamese who wishes to change himself and change his country’s tourism sector.

As a student of the tourism and hospitality industry, do not ignore this small island nation, as there are many things to learn. In order to give students more insight into today’s tourism and hospitality environment in Singapore and equip them with knowledge of the application of technology in the business and operations of this smoke-free industry, Pegasus International College has partnered with the Republic Polytechnic Singapore to launch a 3-day and 2-night program called “Singapore – practice and experience”.


A. Study and experiment with the following topics:

  • Learn about the tourism context of ASEAN and Singapore
  • Decode Vietnamese Tourism
  • The main fields of activity of the Tourism and Hospitality industry
  • Benchmark assessment of best practices for tourism development in Singapore

B. Visiting famous tourist destinations

Singapore Merlion

Singapore Merlion

Merlion Park is a landmark of Singapore and a tourist attraction, located near One Fullerton, Singapore, close to the Central Business District. The Merlion is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, widely used as a mascot and embodiment of the nation of Singapore.

Khu Vườn Gardens By The Bay

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is a natural park spanning 101 hectares of reclaimed land in the Central area of Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three riverside gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.

Singapore Chinatown

Chinatown Street

The maze of narrow streets of Chinatown includes Chinatown Food Street, with restaurants serving traditional dishes like Hainan chicken rice, noodles and satay. Souvenir shops and indie boutiques are scattered throughout the area, offering clothing, crafts, and antiques, while Club Street has many trendy pubs. Cultural facilities here include the Sri Mariamman Temple in 1827 and the ornate Temple and Museum of Buddha Teeth.

Singapore City Gallery

Singapore City Gallery

Located between historic Chinatown and the Central Business District, the Singapore City Gallery is a three-story visitor center that houses a giant replica of the model, giving visitors a panoramic view of Singapore’s Central District. It also shows the physical transformation of the city in the past, present and future.

Singapore Merlion

Marina Bay

The riverside Marina Bay area is a testament to the country’s progress. The Central Business District’s glittering skyscrapers are surrounded by countless world-class entertainment destinations and civic spaces for the community, truly making it the People’s Bay.

Singapore City Gallery

Jewel Changi Airport

Jewel Changi Airport is a nature-themed retail and entertainment complex located on the mainland of Singapore’s Changi Airport. Linked to three of its passenger terminals, the hub is the tallest indoor waterfall in the world, named Rain Vortex, surrounded by a terraced forest backdrop.

(*) Study topics and attractions can be adjusted according to current situation.


  • Travel and explore the restaurant and hotel service industry in Singapore
  • Exchange with the leading training school in the hospitality industry in Singapore
  • Students will be given a certificate of attendance

FEE: Please contact the admission department for more details