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A must on any trip to Singapore is to visit a hawker center; a variety of food stalls under one roof. The hawker stalls are somewhere between street food and a restaurant, with lots of seating, ...
Unlike the second-largest casino in Singapore
(where a stiff entry fee is levied against permanent residents and
Singaporean citizens), the club scene is an excellent way to mingle with
Singapore is at the crossroads of some of the world’s most vibrant and delicious cuisines. It really is one of the greatest places in the world to eat; blessed with access to the freshest ...
Singapore has a lot more going on than meets the eye. In lively and food-obsessed Singapore, the ultimate stopover city, it’s possible to cram a surprising amount into a few days. Take time to ...
Singapore is a treasure trove of World War II sites and memorials, a poignant testament to the harship and cost of war. The 'Gibraltar of the East,' Singapore fell to the Japanese on February 15, ...
All over Singapore you’ll find references to Sir Stamford Raffles in place names, businesses, institutions and – most famously of all – the city-state’s premier hotel and home of the Singapore Sling. ...
Singapore is one of the great transport hubs of the world, with a major passenger and freight sea port and an airport servicing some quarter of a million flights per year to destinations all over the ...
The modern, outward-looking city-state of Singapore is well acquainted with its neighbors. Looking south, it faces off islands of the Indonesian archipelago, while to the north, a causeway connects ...
A lot o people don't like zoos, including me until I visited the Singapore Zoo last week. I worried that locking animals up in cages is just unnatural, and that making people pay money to see them ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2012
Despite the astonishing modernity of Singapore’s
skyline and astonishing urban planning efforts, remnants of years past
still exist, and it can be very pleasant indeed to make a day out of ...
Though possessed of a considerable population of citizens who describe themselves as nonreligious, Singapore is predominantly Buddhist, with sizable percentages of Taoists and Hindus as well. The ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, August 2012
The city-state of Singapore
isn’t known as an adventure destination, but there’s plenty to do if
you’re in search of a dose of adrenalin. The following suggestions
should help to get you ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, May 2012
Any trip to Singapore
should take the many festivals and festivities that take place in the
city into consideration. The following is a list of the most popular and
widely attended events. ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, February 2012
For a city renowned for its modernity and opulence, it should come as no surprise that <a title="Singapore" href="http://www.viator.com/Singapore/d18-ttd">Singapore</a> ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
is an unrivaled travel destination for tourists with children in tow.
The following are just a few of the great attractions available. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken ...
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Hop-on Hop-off Singapore Bus
Take a hop-on hop-off Singapore bus tour and see the best of Singapore. Explore the city from the top of an open-top double-decker bus, with 22 stops located around Singapore!