Travel to Singapore

November 11th, 2006

Singapore is a great place to travel with wonderful sites to see and restaurants to choose from. If you are interested in animals they have a zoo full of animals from all over the world as well as a butterfly kingdom. The world’s first night zoo is located in Singapore. Many of the hotels available are designed to reflect the history and art of earlier times, giving them uniqueness you will not find anywhere else in the world.

There are several museums preserving the history and culture of the area. Visit the wonderful temples of the area. They are filled with exceptional sculptures, drawings, and architectural design. This in depth look into the history and religion of Singapore will always stay with you. Enjoy the wonderful art and sculptures reflecting the strong sense of the fine arts here. There are also World War II sites to explore.

The food in Singapore receives raves around the world. It is referred to as the food capital of the world. Gourmet foods are a luxury you won’t soon forget there. You can take food tours where you watch food being prepared, as well as getting to taste the many foods available.

The view in Singapore is breath taking, with plenty of beautiful beaches to relax and enjoy. The beaches are a hot spot with locals and visitors as well. A very popular attraction is the Singapore Paranormal Investigators, offering spooky sightings of ghosts.

You can also spend your time shopping around the many areas in Singapore. For those of you who can actually shop until you drop, Mustafa Centre is a 24 hour shopping mall. When you are ready for some night time fun, you will want to explore the dance clubs where line dancing is the craze, jazz lounges, and all night coffee houses. It is as if the place never sleeps with so much activity always going on.

If you want to explore the culture of Singapore even more, plan your visit during the holidays. The cultural festivities that take place with expose you to the rich culture and history of Singapore. The Chinese New Year is celebrated with parades, entertainment, dancing, and lots of music.

Singapore is full of some many fun and unique experiences; you will find yourself having a hard time deciding how to spend your time! Enjoy this unique culture and all it has to offer.

7 Tips for Shopping in Singapore

November 5th, 2006

Do you love to shop? Well, if you’re traveling to Singapore, shopping along the Orchard Road belt and Suntec City is an event you must not miss. There are sales all round the year, especially during July (The Great Singapore Sale) and the Christmas season. This article shows you some special tips for shopping on the island state.

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Singapore - Places to visit

October 15th, 2005

The chances of your being robbed in Singapore are pretty close
to nil. And if you are, the local constabulary will move heaven
and earth to fang the wretched miscreant and return your goods.

The roads are spotlessly clean - drop a bus ticket and you will
very probably be fined. The road crossings are safe - go
jaywalking and once again your wallet will be lightened. The
roadside food stalls are the cleanest in the world. No one gets
gippy tummy in Singapore. The developers are something else
again. Sadly, like developers all over the world their motto is
‘nothing exceeds like excess’. Almost everything that was old
and worthwhile and interesting came under the wrecker’s ball.

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Singapore - A brief introduction

October 8th, 2005

Singapore is not just a small island. It is also a very flat
island. Most of it is less than 15m above sea level and its
highest point is Timah Hill which soars to 162m.

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