You might expect a political summit to be held in a major city, but the small luxury island of Sentosa is where Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong Un next week.
It’s part of Singapore, sitting just off the south coast of the country, which is sandwiched between Malaysia and Indonesia. The historic meeting to discuss nuclear power will be held at Capella Hotel on June 12.
Singapore itself, where Trump is expected to stay at the Shangri-La Hotel, is famous for its luxury, high rise buildings and cultural diversity. Its colonial history means English is widely spoken and its notoriously strict laws mean it’s particularly safe and clean.
It’s less than three square miles in size, so what’s actually there?
How to get there: Take the Sentosa Island Monorail Express (tickets S$4), from Singapore’s harbourfront metro station, or for panoramic views, the 12-minute Singapore Cable Car (tickets S$35 for adults, S$25 for children).