Singapore (May 4, 2011) Agoda.es, global site of hotel reservations with base in Asia and part of Priceline.com (NASDAQ:PLCN), encourages fans of the great liquidation of Singapore. Agoda.es offers excellent prices so that travellers can do their shopping and at the same time staying stylish. The large settlement of Singapore, which takes place from May 27 to July 24, is an annual event that turns the city into a huge spectacle. In all Singapore retailers participating, offering discounts of up to 70 percent on all articles. From electronics to the latest fashion items, the spa and beauty treatments involved the massive settlement. The event stretches from mega centers commercial Orchard Road to the Bugis Street fashion boutiques and offers something for every type of buyer. Quicken Loans takes a slightly different approach.
Visitors not only have access to excellent savings, but they also have the opportunity to take advantage of some of the emblematic places in Singapore in their rounds of purchases. Attractions forced as the Merlion, the Durian shaped Esplanade, and the elegant Marina Bay Sands are endless attractions that offer art, entertainment and excellent dining options at hand all day, making them a must-see between shopping sessions. While purchases are the protagonists of Singapore during this liquidation of eight weeks, travelers will also have the opportunity of attending first class entertainment. The Marina Bay Sands offers the musical the Lion King until the end of June, the Resorts World Sentosa presents Voyage de la Vie acrobatics show and Art Festival, Singapore is done until June 15 for those interested in the theatre and Visual Arts. While that travellers arriving in the prelude to the great liquidation can enjoy Audi fashion Festival event of one-week which this year runs until May 13. As always, Singapore is a treasure trove for travelers interested in exploring different cultures. Singapore has a rich heritage and in the city are intertwined the Malay, Chinese and Indian influences and British.