Travel Blogs from Singapore

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It Was The Best Of Zoo's It Was The Worst Of Zoo's, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

It Was The Best Of Zoo's It Was The Worst Of Zoo's

A travel blog entry by alanhopkins

... is the trendy place to be I'm told. This is more like it, here they have made use of the riverfront. Basically everywhere in Singapore feels like a spec concept diagram that looks great in 3D but then falls on it's ass and has tramps living there within 2 ...

singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

singapore

A travel blog entry by sgarfefurlans

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Mi soi fermat a singapore dome al timp di bevi une bire al aeropuart, dopo subit partence par ...

Singapur, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapur

A travel blog entry by veroyjorge

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Superb Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Superb Singapore

A travel blog entry by sophslife

... Capital: Singapore Major Languages: Mandarin 35%, English 23%, Malay 14.1%, Hokkien 11.4%, Cantonese 5.7% Population: 4,840,000 Currency: Singapore Dollar Life expectancy: 81.89 Literacy rate: 93% Religions: Buddhist 42.5%, Muslim 14.9%, Taoist 8.5%, ...

Singapore, 18 - 21 June 2009, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore, 18 - 21 June 2009

A travel blog entry by aandl

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... definitely close to the action! Sensational view from our 10th floor room. Enjoyed checking out the different traditional pockets of Singapore (Chinatown, Little India, Arab quarter). There's not a lot left and they are surrounded by skyscrapers but it ...

First time around, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

First time around

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

The flight from Bahrain did finally reach Singapore. We had now both arrived at Singapore by travelling westward and eastward, so we'd both been all the way around the globe!! The celebration was muted by the fact that we arrived in Singapore ...

Bargains, basements and bucketing rain., Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Bargains, basements and bucketing rain.

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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... to Pulau Ubin and once there hired a tired-looking but acceptable bicycle for $6/day. Pulau Ubin is a small island between Singapore and Malaysia that has very little settlement and seems to exist solely as a tourist destination (apart from a section of ...

These are the cleanest bathrooms I've ever seen!!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

These are the cleanest bathrooms I've ever seen!!

A travel blog entry by joelandsonia

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... what this honestly is - or maybe you could call it an oligarchy.  When people have questioned the leadership in Singapore regarding more democracy, the leaders point to the neighboring countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia and ask "do you want to ...

Island City, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Island City

A travel blog entry by kalsi_kaur

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... like weather - I won´t complain about the heat and humidity this time. We took a few pictures of local scenes - A Singapore housing complex typically has within walking distance a fresh food market, schools, medical clinic, food court, community ...

Travels through Malaysia, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Travels through Malaysia

A travel blog entry by evelyncagney

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... of the clubs. I never thought I'd say it but the novelty of drinking free vodka has finally worn off... So, I'm now in Singapore and fly out to Melbourne tonight. The tour finished yesterday so we've all been saying our goodbyes. Most people are ...

Day Twenty-Six & Twenty-Seven, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Day Twenty-Six & Twenty-Seven

A travel blog entry by amyfisher

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... go at home, and Little India and Chinatown represent the 'real' Singapore. We drove all around the city, taking about 75mins.  Singapore is a small island, only about 42km across. After the tour, we returned back and Mum, Dad and Nanna went out for ...

Arrival in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Arrival in Singapore

A travel blog entry by shannon

... , but today is Friday.  We are in Singapore.  It took about 4-1/2 hrs from Serembin with customs and all.  Singapore is so incredibly different from Bangkok!  It's not as crowded on the sides of the road (no venders), no elephants, no ...

Hello - My Name Is:     black spitting cobra, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Hello - My Name Is: black spitting cobra

A travel blog entry by martha.radtke

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... occurs on the Internet - I spent some time assuming I just encountered the worst snake on Google's list of "black snakes in Singapore." After I reassured myself that whatever I saw was probably nothing, I asked my cab driver about it that night. ...

Singapore and Sentosa Island!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore and Sentosa Island!

A travel blog entry by jentravels

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I've been in Singapore a couple of times already from my last stint in SE Asia, and I love it this time just as much as last. I did very similar things as last time - one day on Sentosa Island and one day at the zoo. On Sentosa, we took an Angry Birds ...

Soft, Sweet Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Soft, Sweet Singapore

A travel blog entry by kristymatt

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... cleanest city in SE Asia before heading to India but the deed is done and we've been thoroughly softened by Singapore. All those hard traveling callouses have disappeared in this genteel city that simultaneously feels colonial and futuristic. Before we ...

Hour trek in 30oC heat !, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Hour trek in 30oC heat !

A travel blog entry by scottnhan

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After a 15 hours flight. We had a delightful hour trek, with both our backpacks and carry ons, through the city and to our hotel, using Hannah's nose and my geographical skills....Hannah ended up near a Starbucks and I got us to the hotel :) Anyways, ...

Sweaty Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Sweaty Singapore

A travel blog entry by jenanddanrtw

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... at the stop the driver got up walked down the bus told us when to alight and also then what to do - people in Singapore are SO helpful! The Botanical Gardens were lovely, very sweaty but compared to the dusty dry lands of India the rainforest gardens ...

Adventure cove, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Adventure cove

A travel blog entry by patelfamily

I always thought this would be my favourite day and I wasn't disappointed. I booked a session to go swimming with sharks. The Sharks were one of the coolest things I've ever done, there were hammerheads swimming less than a metre away from me. ...

Die Jagd nach Superlativen! Zu welchem Preis?, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Die Jagd nach Superlativen! Zu welchem Preis?

A travel blog entry by upandaway_gk

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... India und gönnen uns das (bisher) teuerste Bier der Reise im (oder besser gesagt am) "Marina Bay Sands" Hotel. Und natürlich einen Singapore Sling im "Raffles". So fühlen wir uns sauwohl dabei, ein bißchen mitzusauen und helfen fleißig, den Boden mit ...

An asian England!, City a la Singapore, Singapore travel blog

An asian England!

A travel blog entry by chlara23

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... in Thailand, Malaysia and Philippines! Will badley hit us when we arrive Australia, prices will be like back at home! booo! We arrived Singapore then checked into a hostel Summer Tavern, i slept like a baby on the train from KL to Singa, but for some ...

Großes Finale in der Stadt der Superlative, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Großes Finale in der Stadt der Superlative

A travel blog entry by zwanzigdreizehn

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... uns schließlich an der beeindruckenden Skyline Singapurs und wandeln über die Cavenagh Bridge, der ältesten Brücke über den Singapore River mit einem etwas antiquierten Schild von 1910, das seine Benutzer darauf hinweist, dass die Brücke nicht mit ...

Hot hotter Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Hot hotter Singapore

A travel blog entry by wonderfullylost

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As I promised is this post from Singapore :) After leaving the immigration queue behind us and fetching our backpacks we headed to the train which took us to the Circular Quay. We came out from the underground and the next second we crashed into the wall ...

New Year Celebrations in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

New Year Celebrations in Singapore

A travel blog entry by danieljftaylor

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... with its early settlement by the Sumatran empire and running through British colonisation, Japanese occupation and finally discussing how Singapore became an independent nation. After lunch at a nearby hawker centre we decided to go to the classic ...

Day 1, Chang Li, Singapore travel blog

Day 1

A travel blog entry by bethfisher

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... for about and hour it was finally time to board the plane.   We were now ready for the first leg of the trip to Singapore. The plane departed right on time and left the runway a few minutes before 4pm. On the plane, Celeste sat next to the window ...

Singapore!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore!

A travel blog entry by tamsinandmatt

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... stocked up on some vodka and beers! A few cocktails were had though, and they proved that Matt can't handle more than 2 margaritas! Singapore was a great break for us and welcome in its ease and efficiency. It was very expensive though and might be fun to ...

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore

A travel blog entry by jade_and_rob

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... ride we ended up along Bencoolen road and asked around about another 5 hotels before we checked in at Hotel 81 for 119 singapore dollars a night. Again, this was the cheapest we could find, probably because we are right in the central here it costs abit ...

5 Countries in 5 Days, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

5 Countries in 5 Days

A travel blog entry by lauraandjim

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... at the Matchbox Concept Hostel where we had booked some 'pods'. Our 2 pod dorm was all we could afford in wealthy Singapore. After eating some Gordon Ramsay beating, chicken rice street food we took the metro to Raffles which is famous for and the origin ...

Gaye, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Gaye

A travel blog entry by apoc100

... of the hostel is really close to the MRT however at night, the streets have cockroaches and rats running amok. It's not the Singapore people probably would've thought and it isn't. It's Geylang, the red-light district. Among the dark streets and the ...

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore

A travel blog entry by tomandlizzie

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... food. So good to be eating out again, Couple of quid for a really nice meal and a drink - a tad cheaper than Australia! Singapore is still fairly expensive, so looking forward cheap cheap cheap! 11/02/2009 A lazy morning waiting for Ads and Aimee ...

Asia Lite., Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Asia Lite.

A travel blog entry by ryanandbek

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... . Anyway, we've had a ball so far with no real dramas. We arrived at Nick & Josh's and settled in straight away. Singapore is alright, pretty boring though. Not a lot to do here unless you like going to the Zoo, playing computer games all day or ...

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