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10 Places in Singapore That You shouldn’t Miss



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Singapore’s uniqueness lies within its reciprocal relationship between its localized past and globalized present. 

On the one hand, Singapore is deeply rooted in traditional Southeast Asian culture. On the other hand, it has been enthusiastically open to the global marketplace, welcoming multinational corporations and immigrants from all over the world. This unique juxtaposition gives Singapore its distinctive character and makes it an interesting place to visit or live in. 

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Merlion Park – The most famous landmark in Singapore

Location: Merlion Park, in front of Fullerton Hotel and overlooking Marina Bay 

Okay, sure, Marina Sands Bay, and Supertree Grove are plastered all over the ‘gram when it comes to Singapore landmarks. But trust us, the humble, old Merlion is the definitive icon of the city and is regarded as the pride of Singapore. This city symbol has been drawing visitors for almost half a century since it was unveiled in 1972 to a starry-eyed nation that would go on to dominate the region’s economy. 

The statue is of the mythical Merlion, a creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. The Merlion is rooted in Singapore’s history and mythology. The story goes that once, a prince from the Srivijayan empire (1183-1377) named Sang Nila Utama was sailing across the seas when he discovered a spot of land. He encountered a majestic lion that might have given him the idea to find Temasek’s city (the old Malay word for ‘lake town’), which would eventually become Singapura, aka Lion City. 

Here’s where the tale gets a bit fishy – what about the ‘mer’ part of Merlion? Well, that part came later – in 1964 to be specific – when British ichthyologist (lovers of all things fish) and occasional city emblem designer Alec Fraser-Brunner made the sculpture for the Singapore Tourism Board. He added a fabulous fishtail to signify Singapore’s humble origins as a fishing village. 


Surrounded by multi-million dollar building projects and cloud-piercing skyscrapers, the Merlion withstands the test of time and is a reminder of the city’s often forgotten ancient past.


Singapore Flyer – The world’s largest observation wheel

Location: 30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803


The Singapore Flyer is the world’s tallest observation wheel. Standing at a whopping 165m, it’s almost as tall as Niagara Falls. It offers stunning panoramic views of the cityscape, Marina Bay, and even parts of Malaysia and Indonesia on a clear day. 

It first started turning in 2008 after three years of construction and has become one of Singapore’s most popular attractions. A ride on this behemoth wheel lasts about half an hour, giving you plenty of time to snap some pictures and take in the breathtaking views. 

If you’re feeling extra fancy, you can even book a private capsule for up to 10 people and enjoy a Champagne toast while taking in the sights.



Night Safari – The world’s first nocturnal wildlife park

Location: 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826 

Opened in 1994, the Night Safari is the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park and is home to over 2,500 animals representing over 130 species. 

This unique park is set in a forest Clearing and uses special lighting techniques to recreate the setting of a tropical forest at night. You can explore the park via foot on one of the many walking trails or take a tram ride through the different zones for a closer look at the animals. 

The park is divided into four main sections – the Wallaby Trail, the Leopard Trail, the East Lodge Trail, and the Fishing Cat Trail. Each section offers a different experience, so be sure to check them all out! 

One of the best times to visit the Night Safari is during its special event nights, where you can catch shows like the Creatures of The Night Show or the stunning fire dance performance.



Chinatown – The cultural heart of Singapore

Location: Chinatown is located in the Downtown Core, near the Central Business District 

Chinatown needs no introduction. This iconic district is one of Singapore’s most popular tourist destinations, and it’s easy to see why. Chinatown is a feast for the senses, from the ornate Chinese temples and Peranakan shophouses to the bustling street markets. It’s also home to some of the best food in town, so be sure to come hungry! 

Some of the must-see sights in Chinatown include Telok Ayer Street Market, Maxwell Road Food Centre, Sago Street (also known as ‘little India’), Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, and Thian Hock Keng Temple. 

Chinatown is also the site of the Chinese Heritage Centre, built to preserve and promote Chinese culture in Singapore. The center houses an exhibition gallery, library, and theatre. 

Chinatown has undergone a hipster makeover with trendy cafes and bars popping up left and right in recent years. If you need a break from shopping and eating, head to one of these spots for a well-deserved rest.




Cloud Forest, Gardens by the Bay – A must-see for first-time visitors

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953 

Gardens by the Bay is one of those rare places that are just as magical in real life as in photos. This 101-hectare (250-acre) park was built on reclaimed land in 2012 and has since become one of Singapore’s most popular tourist attractions. 

The park is home to over a million plants from more than 200 species, and its main feature is the spectacular Supertree Grove. These man made trees are between 25 and 50 meters (82 and 164 feet) tall and function as vertical gardens that provide shade and shelter from the harsh sun and rain. They’re also home to some of the world’s largest greenhouses, which contain a mix of temperate and tropical plants. 

The Cloud Forest is another major attraction in Gardens by the Bay. This towering glasshouse is modeled after the montane cloud forests of South-East Asia and is home to pitcher plants, orchids and other exotic flora. It’s a great place to escape the heat, and the misty environment gives it a cool (pun intended) vibe.




Clarke Quay – A popular nightlife destination

Location: Central Singapore along the Singapore River 

One of the most happening places in Singapore, Clarke Quay, is a riverside development comprising restored warehouses and boathouses. It was named after Sir Andrew Clarke, Singapore’s second governor and one of the key figures transforming from a British trading port to a bustling metropolis. These days, the precinct is well-known for its trendy bars, nightclubs, restaurants and cafes. 

If you’re looking for a place to drink, dance and just let loose, Clarke Quay is the place to be. The party starts after sunsets, with revelers flooding the clubs to paint the town red. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes along the quay to refuel. Singapore is also well known for having the some of the best casinos in Asia if you are a gambling lover 


Universal Studios Singapore – The first and only Universal Studios in Southeast Asia

Location: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway 

As the first and only Universal Studios in Southeast Asia, this theme park has become one of Singapore’s most popular tourist attractions since it opened its doors in 2010. Located on Sentosa Island, the movie-themed park brings together some of the most well-known blockbuster films under one roof. 


Enter through the Hollywood zone and find yourself transported to Tinseltown with iconic landmarks such as the Hollywood Hills and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre replica. Action fans will revel in the New York zone that features sites such as a full-scale replica of the Statue of Liberty (minus the crown due to height restrictions) and the Central Park roller coaster. 

Fans of the magical world of Harry Potter can explore the Diagon Alley section, while younger kids will love the Sesame Street and Madagascar zones. The park even has its version of Singapore’s very own Merlion, which you can find in the Jurassic Park zone. 

Be sure to catch one of the park’s many shows and parades, which feature larger-than-life characters such as the Transformers, Shrek and the Minions. With so much to see and do, you’ll need more than a day to explore this park!


Singapore Botanic Gardens – A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s best gardens

Location: 1 Cluny Road, Tanglin



The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a nature park located at the fringe of the city center. The 74-hectare park has three gardens and is the only tropical garden to be honored as a UNESCO Heritage Site. The Gardens’ rich history began in 1859 when they were established as a colonial pleasure ground and experimental garden to study economic plants. 

Nowadays, the Botanic Gardens are open to the public from 5 am to midnight daily, making it a popular spot for early morning joggers, picnickers and nature lovers. The park is also home to the National Orchid Garden, with more than 60,000 orchids! 

The Singapore Botanic Gardens isn’t just a pretty face – it’s also a world-renowned research institution. The Gardens houses the Centre for Plant Conservation, the Tropical Rainforest Conservation Programme and the world’s largest glasshouse, the Temperate Pavilion.



Henderson Waves – A bridge made of wooden slats that look like waves

Location: Henderson Waves, 36 Henderson Road 

If you love Instagramming picturesque bridges, then Henderson Waves is a must-visit. This pedestrian bridge, designed by world-renowned architect and Singaporean Wong Wee Cheong, is one of the most photographed places in Singapore, and it’s not hard to see why. The bridge looks like giant wooden waves arching over Henderson Road, providing a gorgeous view of the city skyline.  


The best time to visit is during the night when LED lights are turned on and cast a magical glow on everything below. There’s also an interactive art installation called ‘Light Moves’ on the bridge, which responds to the movement of pedestrians, adding an element of fun and playfulness. 

Henderson Waves is part of a longer stretch of park connectors called Southern Ridges that links up popular parks in the southern part of Singapore.  

So if you’re feeling energetic, you can walk or cycle from Telok Blangah Hill Park to Mount Faber Park, taking in some of the most scenic views of the city along the way.


Marina Bay Sands – The most famous building in Singapore

Location: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 

Marina Bay Sands is an easily recognizable sight in Singapore, standing at a whopping hotel and casino complex. The hotel’s three towers are topped by what looks like a giant surfboard, and the whole building is lit up in different colors at night. 


The design of Marina Bay Sands was inspired by traditional Oriental art and culture, with a modern twist. The result is an amazing building that’s become one of Singapore’s most popular tourist destinations. 

Apart from being home to the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool, Marina Bay Sands also has a range of shops, restaurants and bars, as well as a casino. If you want to experience some of the best views of Singapore, then head to the SkyPark Observation Deck on the 57th floor.


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Great Ways to Improve Your Blog



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Blocks of flooding the Internet, which means that you need to make sure that you’re doing everything possible to stand out with yours. It can often feel like that no matter what you do, your blog is just never going to beat the competition. But the idea is you want to stand up and out, not necessarily be a constant winner.


You need your blog to be seen, and you need it to be seen consistently as well as interacted with by customers and potential clients. It’s always a good idea to make sure that you are improving your blog at all times so that you can do your very best to get your word out there. From Connecting with an SEO agency to speaking to other people in your field about boosting each other ‘s blogs. There is plenty that can be done to improve it. You could then generate more website visits, better quality leads, and higher conversion rates when you do.Here are some of the ways that you can improve your blog to make it better.

  • Conduct some research. What do people want from your blog? The best people to ask are those who actually interact with your blog in the first place. Find out what it is that they want and then find out you’re trending keywords. You could then find out your audience interest and your competitor content. Putting all this together gives you the right amount of research to say that you have done all that is possible to make sure that your blog is improved.
  • Get people to guest post. Having other brands in your industry write for your blog and then their personal knowledge and expertise is not competing but enhancing each other’s audiences. If you have somebody else in your industry who does what you do.Then you can get them to have authority on what they do on your blog and then gain their audience as well as yours. They might be a direct competitor to you, so don’t use the ones that are direct competitors.
  • Focus on search engine optimization where possible. You want to ensure that everything that you do in your business has an SEO focus. It makes your content much easier to find on search engines and get in front of your audience if you are aware of your options with SEO. You can improve your readability, add metadata to your content and target different keywords to ensure that you are optimizing it as much as possible. Content is king, remember.
  • Instant.If you are a poster who doesn’t post very often, then that might be your problem. You need to be more consistent with your posting so that you can get your blog out there for the world to see. 


Improving your blog does take time and it’s vital that you work on it from the beginning. Boosting it will get your message and your brand out there for all to see.

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British High Commission donates eight (8) ambulances to the Ghana Armed Forces as part of its annual Security Dialogue



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Demonstrating bilateral collaboration and commitment to strengthening the UK-Ghana security partnership, the British High Commission has presented eight (8) ambulances to the Ghana Armed Forces to improve medical outreach in the Northern border regions.
The official handover ceremony which took place today at the Burma Camp in Accra is a testament of the strong security and defence ties the UK and Ghana share.

The event brought together the UK Minister of State for the Armed Forces, Rt. Hon. James Heappey, the Chief of the Defence Staff, Vice Admiral Seth Amoama from the Ghana Armed Forces, British High Commissioner, H.E. Harriet Thompson, representatives from the UK government and representatives from the Ghana Armed Forces, showcasing a collaborative effort to bolster peace and security in the Northern regions.

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Ghana, like her neighbours appreciate the importance of civilian cooperation in the Northern regions as the Armed Forces work alongside Non-Governmental Organisations in the fight to prevent and limit violent extremist organisations. The ambulances provided are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to aid the Ghana Armed Forces in their medical outreaches in the five (5) Northern regions as part of the UK-Ghana Civilian Military Cooperation Programme.

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Speaking at the handing over ceremony, the UK Minister of State for the Armed Forces, Rt. Hon. James Heappey said:

“Ghana is a key partner for the UK, we work together to tackle shared challenges from violent extremism in the Sahel to maritime security in the Gulf of Guinea and this donation underscores the strong partnership between the UK and Ghana”.
“We are proud to contribute to Ghana Armed Force’s capacity to protect and serve its civilians in the 5 Northern regions to counter violent extremism, and we will continue to foster long-lasting partnerships through our annual security dialogue”.

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The ambulances will be distributed in the Wa, Bolgatanga, Sandema Mechanical Brigade Headquarters and the Armoured Regimental Headquarters in Damango respectively.
The UK continues to work closely with the Ghana Armed Forces to support Ghana’s leadership position in the sub-region and to strengthen the capability of Ghanaian security services to take the lead in responding to instability in the region, particularly those related to that of violent extremists emanating from the Sahel.

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Jumia appoints Temidayo Ojo as new Ghana CEO



Jumia, the leading e-commerce platform in Africa, has announced the appointment of Temidayo Ojo as Ghana’s new Chief Executive Officer. He takes over the leadership mantle from former CEO, Sunil Natraj who is taking up a new role as the CEO of Jumia Nigeria.

“I am honored and thrilled to take on the role of CEO at Jumia Ghana. Having been part of this
incredible journey at Jumia, I’ve witnessed firsthand the remarkable potential and unwavering dedication of our team. My commitment is steadfast—to steer Jumia Ghana towards continued growth, expanding our market reach, and ensuring that every customer experience is nothing short of exceptional. Our focus remains on innovation, seamless service delivery, and fostering strong partnerships that will elevate not only our platform but also the e-commerce landscape in Ghana,” said Temidayo Ojo upon his appointment.

Temidayo is an adept leader with over a decade of experience spanning project management,
commercial sales, and business strategy. He joined Jumia in 2020, as the Head of Planning and
Performance before moving on to become the Chief Commercial Officer in Ghana and has honed his expertise in crafting and executing transformative strategies within the e-commerce, retail, and consumer goods sectors. His career trajectory showcases a stellar journey—pioneering e-commerce strategies, optimizing financial performance, and spearheading large-scale commercial transformations.

Temidayo Ojo holds an MBA in Finance, Strategy & Consulting from IESE Business School, and a
Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics
Engineering from the University of Lagos.
He looks forward to fostering growth within Jumia’s operations in Ghana while collaborating closely with all stakeholders to ensure partner
development and consumer satisfaction as the company charts towards profitability

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Seychelles, not just home of giant tortoises, rare fruits, and exotic beaches



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Seychelles is home for many things, most especially the thousands of giant tortoises walking slowly across the archipelago and weighing up to 200 kg, as well as the the endemic Coco de Mer palm tree with its very special fruits, which is the symbol of the nation and most commonly found on the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Vallée de Mai” Island.

It also has colourful coral reefs, clown and trumpet fish, sea turtles and much more can be discovered while snorkelling and diving in the pristine blue waters of the country. The uniquely beautiful underwater world of Seychelles can equally be explored and experienced directly from the many great beaches that surround the archipelago nation.

For travelers and tourists dreaming of white, deserted sandy beaches, round granite rocks and turquoise blue water they are guaranteed to find what they are looking for in Seychelles. The beaches of Seychelles are uniquely beautiful and it could give the satisfaction that the traveler is on a desert island of their own.

Indeed, Seychelles is a haven for people seeking to hike around the hills and enjoy the cool and calm waters of the Indian ocean and a warm sunny tropical weather off the African continent.
However, Seychelles is not only about giant tortoises, the sea, turquoise blue pristine waters, sandy and rocky beaches, and beautiful coral reefs below the waters, it is a place to get lost in the culture and essence of the 100,000 or so people on this beautiful island nation.

As 65 tourism trade and media partners from around the world hosted by Seychelles’ tourism board would find out, there is more to Seychelles than the sea and beaches. It is a nation of many cultures exuded through a warm and welcoming populace providing different experiences for the visitor.


This was emphasized by Sherin Francis, Principal Secretary of Tourism Seychelles when she led a team of officials from Tourism Seychelles to welcome the 65 guests to the archipelago nation for a three-day Mega Familiarization Trip.
“For those of you who have been here seven years, I know somebody who just told me seven years ago he was here, probably you did not get to experience this. But today, with, focus on product diversification, having more cultural experiences, we have also, encouraging our visitors to make time to discover more of the Seychellois culture,” she said.

“The gastronomy, arts, dance, crafts, artisan, all this today are on offer, and you are able to experience and immerse yourself in more cultural experiences, activities, entertainment in general.”
Highlighting on the range of accommodation offering, the Principal Secretary said, ‘’You would know we have a wide range of accommodation in Seychelles. We have beautiful resorts like this one, the Constance Ephelia, but we also have homegrown properties, self-catering apartments and guest said houses. We want them to provide exceptional services, we want their products to be of higher standards, so that they can attract better kinds of visitors that will benefit the whole destination at the end of the day.

She said the kind of visitors Seychelles is targeting to attract are those that would give high value, such as visitors who “will want to go out and discover, and go out and do an excursion, go to a hiking, experience a cultural product, living more than just, the waste that it would probably produce like we all do when we travel and also lower impact.’’

Dubbed the “Mega Familiarization Trip”, the inaugural hosting by the department responsible for tourism in Seychelles, Tourism Seychelles, invited these trade and media partners from over 15 markets from all six continents and hosted them from 29th November to 2nd December 2023.

On his part, the Seychelles Minister for Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Loius Sylvester Radegonde Said they would have to diversify their tourism products to entice tourists from new source markets to visit Seychelles.

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“Over here we need to continue to diversify the range of products we have, continue to raise our level of services, continue to give that value for money. So basically, that’s going to continue to be the work for next year,” the Minister said.
Minister Radegonde said this during an interview with the media at a special Creole Rendezvous night at the Cap Lazare Nature Reserve at Mahe during the hosting of 65 trade and media partners to a familiarization tour of Seychelles.
Mr. Radegonde also noted that his ministry and the tourism board need to work on the perception that Seychelles is an expensive destination. “We need to work on the perception that people have of Seychelles out there. When you talk to somebody, they perceive Seychelles to be a 5-star destination beyond the needs of the ordinary person, it is not true, he said. “We have a range of accommodation, 5-star plus, but also small guest houses which we are pushing.” He said there are over 700 of these small hotels and guest houses across the archipelago.

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“This has been my focus since I was appointed 3 years ago. Since my appointment, I have visited over 300 of these small hotels because I want to see what the challenges are, see how we can improve. It is not for them to compete with the 5-star hotels, absolutely not, because they offer a different category of services and we want them to benefit from the tourism industry,” he noted.
The meticulously curated itinerary for the hosting was designed to enhance every moment of their journey across the 115-island archipelago nation. This includes a three-night stay at the 5-star Constance Ephelia Resort, experience on Silhouette Island by Hilton Labriz, rum tasting, snorkeling, fishing, boat rides, sundowners, heritage experience at Mission Lodge, city tour of Victoria, market experience at Sir Selwyn Selwyn-Clarke Market, lunch experience at Marie Antoinette and a special Creole Rendezvous night at Cap Lazare Nature Reserve.

“The primary goal of this marketing endeavour is to provide travel agencies with firsthand experiences and comprehensive information about our destination, enabling them to more effectively market and promote it to their clients,” said Bernadette Willemin, Director General of Destination Marketing at Tourism Seychelles.

She added at the official welcome event at the Cyann Restaurant at the Constance Ephelia Resort at Mahe that “this familiarization trip is intended to showcase aspects of intellectual discoveries, cultural discoveries, which our destination has to offer. It is not just a trip. It is an immersive experience designed to deepen your understanding of our unique offerings.”
Tourism Seychelles spared no expense to give its guests the most wonderful experience as it hosted them to some of the best things the nation has on offer from accommodation, to tour packages, gastronomy, drinks and beverages and local Seychellois cultural experiences. Thus, while it provided an opportunity for networking by the guests, the Fam Trip also showcased the breathtaking beauty and sleuth of attractions that Seychelles has to offer those who wish to visit.

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The Mega Fam Trip hosting got substantial backing from local partners, such as Constance Hotels & Resorts, Constance Ephelia Resorts, Hilton Seychelles, and Laïla, Seychelles, Creole Travel Services, Masons Travels, 7 Degree South, Summer Rain Tours among others.

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These concerted efforts to build partnerships with travel agencies and media outlets within and outside reflects Seychelles’ comprehensive approach to destination marketing. The success of this hosting and other initiatives would help Seychelles’ ambition to position itself prominently among the world’s premier island destinations aiming at attracting high value visitors to boost their tourism drive.

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Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. It’s home to numerous beaches, coral reefs and nature reserves, as well as rare animals such as giant Aldabra tortoises. Mahé, a hub for visiting the other islands, it is home to capital Victoria. It also has the mountain rainforests of Morne Seychellois National Park and beaches, including Beau Vallon and Anse Takamaka.
Tourism is the topmost contributor to the economy of Seychelles, an archipelago in the Indian Ocean.

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According to the World Bank, Seychelles has a population of 107,000 inhabitants, three-quarters of whom live on the main island of Mahé and it has the highest gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Africa, at $ 15.8 billion (2022). Its economy is highly dependent on tourism and fisheries.

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The Mega Fam Trip had representatives selected from 46 travel agencies and 19 press partners across the world. The participants came from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, the Americas, the Middle East, China, Japan, India, Saudi Arabia, and countries from the Indian Ocean, and Africa.

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Shopping For Emerald, Asscher, And Marquise Cut Diamonds Online



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One question that can stump customers searching for diamonds online regards the cut. While round-cut diamonds are timeless, there are lots of other options. Emerald, Asscher, and Marquise diamonds all look great in diamond rings. But it helps to know the difference and what to look out for when choosing the best.

Anyone looking to shop Emerald cut diamonds needs to be sure they aren’t actually after the sparkler Asscher cut. There is also the option to shop Marquise cut diamonds online for a whole other look, but what color and what kind of diamond?

Emerald Cut Diamonds for Boldness and Clarity

Emerald-cut diamonds make a big statement, especially when designing an engagement ring. These stones are characterized by their simple lines and clean look, with a strong rectangular shape. Often designers use the stone on its own on a thin band for enhanced visual impact.

 When choosing the best marketplace to Shop Emerald cut diamonds online, it pays for consumers to consider the clarity of the stone. There is a broad scale from included to flawless diamonds. I1 toI3 included diamonds will look too blemished for this cut. A VVS1 or VVS2 stone with imperceptible inclusions is much better. There are flawless diamonds at the high end of the scale, but they look much like the VVS1 stones to the naked eye.

Asscher Cut Diamonds for Extra Sparkle

There are similarities between the Asscher and Emerald cut diamonds because of their angular shape. However, buyers appreciate the Asscher cut for the step-cut design that allows for extra sparkle on an engagement ring. Search and buy Asscher cut diamonds online will shine brilliantly from any angle. Still, consumers need to be sure of getting something with the right color to enhance the look.

As with clarity, there is another scale for color. Anything from D-F is colorless while S-Z has a light color. This could be a yellow or cooler tone. While some feel that colored diamonds are a sign of poor quality, that isn’t the case at all. It is possible to find highly-valuable stones in a range of tones. The unique nature of the gem also allows for interesting personalized jewelry.


Marquise Cut Diamonds for Elegance and Quality

Then there are sleek oval-shaped Marquise diamonds for a completely different effect. This a great when couples want an eye-catching feminine stone that isn’t a typical round diamond. This is another way to ensure maximum sparkle.

Another consideration when Shop Marquise Cut Diamonds online is whether or not to go for lab-grown or natural diamonds. Natural diamonds are great for those that want the inclusions and fluorescence that you can get with mined stones. It gives them character and can look great on those quirky marquise diamonds. However, there are ethical considerations with mined stones.

The alternative is to go for a more conscientious choice with a lab-grown diamond. Creators simulate natural conditions with no need to exploit the earth or miners. These stones are often much clearer and colorless, which makes them great for those clean-cut emerald diamonds.

Buying Quality Diamonds with Ease from Rare Carat

With so many factors to consider when buying these different diamonds online, it helps to turn to a trusted online marketplace. Rare Carat makes the process really easy for customers with a step-by-step approach. After choosing the desired cut, users can then use the sliders to determine the ideal carat, clarity, and color.

This means the option of a VVS emerald diamond with a D-F color, or maybe a cheaper I3 S-Z marquise for something more unique. The customization options are broad and user-friendly enough that all customers should find what they are looking for. On top of this, all diamonds sold by Rare Carat are GIA-certified based on the 4Cs of diamond quality. The company works with trusted unbiased gemologists to help provide the best quality gems while expertly matching stones to buyers’ preferences. This includes both mined and lab-grown diamonds.

This level of commitment and transparency, in addition to their range of stones and user-friendly platform, counts for consumers. It is why Rare Carat has a 4.9/5 Trustpilot score and is America’s #1 source for diamonds.

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