Travel Blogs from Singapore

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Views on Singapore after 24 hours, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Views on Singapore after 24 hours

A travel blog entry by matt_werner


... through the bunker complex there. Wasn't too bad, the moving mannequins going through the discussion that led to the decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese were a bit strange but fairly well done. More than I could say for the guide, he gets the ...

First Day of School!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

First Day of School!

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke


... .  So I just learn to suck it up when I'm eating my super spicy pad thai. (My tastebuds hate me) To get credit for my Singapore courses at the UofM, all I need to do is pass the course.  A, B+, C-, it doesn't make a difference - simply passing. ...

Stop 4, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Stop 4

A travel blog entry by rjharper78


... way to remember back but I'll have a go.... We arrived in Singapore late at night and went straight to our hostel.  Singapore is generally amazingly clean and beautiful, but what I didn't tell the girls was that I saw the biggest rat I've ever ...

Singapore Day 2, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore Day 2

A travel blog entry by andy12pam03


... on foot to enjoy more of the city, and we also wanted to get in an hour or so of packing before leaving for the Singapore Zoo's night safari.  Our ten minute walk took us along the Singapore river, with a great view of our hotel in the ...

Singapore 1, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore 1

A travel blog entry by wanderingkiwis


... on Smiths Rd in central Chinatown. It isn't flash but it is central. After ditching our gear we walked to central Singapore, visited Raffles Hotel (was OK), many fountains, mauls, and interesting buildings. We then decided to visit the Battle Box. This ...

Singapore shopping, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore shopping

A travel blog entry by dirkmarta


... nieuwe laptop voor 600 euro. Mocht het geld op geraken kan ik altijd nog proberen wat te vertalen.... Voor de rest is Singapore ni veel meer dan enorme gebouwen en hipermoderne shopping malls, maar toch wel inderukwekkend en de ervaring waard. Tijd om ...

Right at Bankok and straight on til morning, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Right at Bankok and straight on til morning

A travel blog entry by suzy_n_phil

... price and thought that was good - but Gordy says we can do better.... Pics will be forthcoming before we leave Singapore (current expected date - Monday). Been eating with the locals yesterday at a 'Hawker Centre' - a banquet including huge piles of ...

Planes, trains and zip lines ..., Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Planes, trains and zip lines ...

A travel blog entry by timandzan


... Wednesday night, after an uneventful 7 hour flight, where Tim enjoyed the array of entertainment offerings and even enjoyed two Singapore Slings (the local cocktail). We were both pretty exhausted but ventured out to find at Food Republic, what dad ...

Een omgekeerde cultuurshock, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Een omgekeerde cultuurshock

A travel blog entry by romyalejandro


... modern en had een dakterras met een prachtig uitzicht over de stad. Met gratis drinken en ontbijt was het nog best goedkoop voor Singapore. Alles kost namelijk het dubbele dan in MaleisiŽ en is nog net iets goedkoper dan in Nederland. Wel even wennen na ...

The Spotless Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

The Spotless Singapore

A travel blog entry by katieb


... the bottomless glasses of wine. There's a tight community of expats here - it seems like a great place to live. Singapore is a well-scrubbed, benevolent monarchy where they have elections for a one-party parliament. It's one of the wealthiest ...

Le Laval de l'Asie du Sud-Est, Singapour, Singapore travel blog

Le Laval de l'Asie du Sud-Est

A travel blog entry by tiwi


Bon je dois l'admettre, le voyage tire ŗ sa fin et aprŤs tous les endroits que j'ai vu c'est difficile d'Ítre encore impressionnť. Peut-Ítre ťtait-ce la vie hyper artificielle, les prix exorbitants (comparativement au reste du SE de l'Asie) ou la ...

Coolest airport ever, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Coolest airport ever

A travel blog entry by laurawainer

I am in transit to Bali but have a stop in the airport the world talks about -so I changed my flight to get in on the gossip (who me? in on gossip?......and everyone is right! this place is crazy- mostly everything is open 24 hours movie ...

Out and about...SINGAPORE!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Out and about...SINGAPORE!

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs


We've got our F1 tickets for September, visited Chinatown, Little India, Arab area, popped by Ft Canning to peep in on the Lady Gaga show (her largest audiance for a solo gig), checked out the Haw Par Villa, the Botanic Gardens, ran into Gene ...

Singapore Sling, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore Sling

A travel blog entry by dalhousie


... in Little India as it didn't look at all savoury.  Smelt savoury though!  There are five million people in Singapore. One million of them are migrant workers needed to keep the economy going.  In Little India most of those migrant workers ...

Singapore Sling ..., Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore Sling ...

A travel blog entry by corrilesa


It's terribly sterile, everyone is unfailingly polite, it's super-clean and ordered with military style but you know Singapore still has a certain quirky style all of it's own that makes a few days in it very appealing, in fact the best way to describe it ...

Singapur - so sauber und organisiert, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapur - so sauber und organisiert

A travel blog entry by patricia.eifler


Am 8. Oktober ging es wieder weiter und zwar nach SŁdostasien. Nach 16 Stunden Flug und einem Stop in Doha bin ich in Singapu gelandet. Wegen meiner Erfahrung in SŁdamerika war ich darauf eingestellt lange nach dem Busshuttle zu suchen. Aber hier in ...

The land with NO bubble gums, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

The land with NO bubble gums

A travel blog entry by andrewy


... thought to be impossible. Because of this, the land was called "Singapura" which means Lion City in Sangscrit. The government of Singapore wanted to create a mascot for tourism therefor in 1970's, the Merlion was made. It is part Lion and part fish with ...

Politically incorrect kids, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Politically incorrect kids

A travel blog entry by richardskids


... say something over here. We had a slightly mad taxi driver coming back from night safari who kept telling me people in Singapore don't drive fast enough, while tailgating everyone and weeping in and out of traffic. He then started asking about football ...

Dasedag ved poolen og afrejsedag mod Cairns, Austr, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Dasedag ved poolen og afrejsedag mod Cairns, Austr

A travel blog entry by fam.straede


Af Dorthe Dagen var afsat til afslapning ved poolen, inden vi skulle tjekke ud fra hotellet kl. 16.00. Vi sov igen lśnge og efter morgenmaden gik vi til poolen. BÝrnene nÝd at have god tid til at snorkle, bade og svÝmme, som de er blevet ret gode ...

Learning Chinese the EZ way!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Learning Chinese the EZ way!

A travel blog entry by hayleya18


So here's the part where I shamelessly plug a wonderful website that I am very happy I found and even happier that someone bothered to put it all together.  I wanted to learn how ...

In transit, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

In transit

A travel blog entry by mccoyryan


... later in the trip. They looked amazing from the air - I hope they are half as good when actually on the ground! At Singapore airport i jumped on the  metro. Singapore is just a world apart from what i have been experiencing the last few weeks. It is ...

Two Funerals and A Wedding, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Two Funerals and A Wedding

A travel blog entry by shyam_t


In early 2015, I travelled to Wales for the funeral of a dear friend's father. It was a meeting of friends - me from Singapore, MC from California, SA from Sweden.    S whose dad had passed away was an only child - MC, she and I met in Singapore ...

going west to the east, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

going west to the east

A travel blog entry by gonroamin

27 Oct 2010 Wednesday The end of our Assie adventure and it has been great, we really didn't know what to expect but i think any expectations that we had have been completely surpassed. The people we have met have been really great and we have learned a ...

Wildlife and cities, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Wildlife and cities

A travel blog entry by bernie-s

... climbed over Oonagh's back and jumped onto the floor. It was really exciting, and now I want a pet macaque. We arrived in Singapore at 1 o'clock in the morning, and from the airport we managed to book accommodation and a bus straight to our hostel. ...

Across Ukraine...westbound through Eastern Europe, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Across Ukraine...westbound through Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by drpaultravel

... to catch a flight to Singapore (yes, halfway around the world and considerably warmer!) Now...what can I say about Singapore? Clean Orderly Incredibly modern! Tropical too! Blissful nights here! And...I am staying with a childhood friend--my ...

SIngapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog


A travel blog entry by mikelbt


...  Merlion. Half lion and half fish, the story of the Merlion is one of legend and myth and stands as a symbol fro Singapore. After Sentosa, we toured around a night market, I was fed some local delicacies and went out for drinks at Clark Quay, a ...

running away, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

running away

A travel blog entry by benpope


... to singapore and then to laos than to fly direct from cambodia to laos! we did believe it and its only now that were in singapore that we realised it wasn't true. obviously it was all sarahs fault and she's still paying for her mistake. after only a ...

Sightseeing in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Sightseeing in Singapore

A travel blog entry by ben-and-sharon


Today we were traditional tourists and rode the open-top sightseeing bus tour. That evening we met Laura again and went on the Singapore Flyer, just like the London Eye except that it is a few meters taller! After this we headed to Clarke Quay for some ...

Sights of Sentosa Island, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Sights of Sentosa Island

A travel blog entry by jimstephkrueger


... do that) - Dolphin Lagoon and show - Water shows - many beaches and restaurants and resorts.  The Merlion (Symbol of Singapore)  Half Mermaid/Merman - Half Lion is represented here in a huge exhibit that you can actually go inside of and ride ...

Such a tidy town, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Such a tidy town

A travel blog entry by kevsharon


... glass bathroom , roll top bath, kev was in heaven , and fortunately a blind for those moments when you want to be alone ,, Singapore prides itself on being clean and tidy , its not supposed to have any rough areas , so I dont know where people live ...

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