Travel Blogs from Singapore, Singapore

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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 ...

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 ...

Munkeh says

Munkeh says "Relax"

A travel blog entry by leahandsteven


... on after we had been to the Esplanade). This building was in the process of being built the last time we went to singapore with the famille Broadley, so it was great to finally see it completed. A very spectacular structure. After a lot of ...

Monkeys, monkeys, monkeys... and more monkeys!, Singapore, part 2, Singapore travel blog

Monkeys, monkeys, monkeys... and more monkeys!

A travel blog entry by jundan


We had 1 more day and night in Singapore before we were due to fly to Hong Kong so we decided to spend most of it seeing the zoo and night safari as we'd been told how great they are. We arrived early and checked into a hostel in the 'little india' area. ...

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog


A travel blog entry by andyandsue


Sinagpore - hot and sweaty. We had tropical storms with torrential rain everynight, which meant we could not get a full night's sleep. The Hotel (Madras) was nothing to write home about either (the pictures on the internet look better than in real ...

Singapore Sling, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore Sling

A travel blog entry by markandrebecca


... courtyards which are so beautiful and atmospheric. Then we headed for the Bar and Billiard Room for a G&T and a Mohito - rather than a Singapore Sling - and listened to a jazz band. We then took a ride on a Bum Boat down the Singapore River and ...

Singapore is actually Sonic the Hedgehog land!, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Singapore is actually Sonic the Hedgehog land!

A travel blog entry by reuben_brown


... India where we polished off some tasty Indian food followed up by a visit to a local Hindu temple. Tired and slightly dehydrated (Singapore is just one degree above the equator) we went back to the condo and crashed out on the sofas while the Nocks went ...

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


A travel blog entry by sgarfefurlans


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

Singapur, Singapore, Singapore travel blog


A travel blog entry by veroyjorge


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


... 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


... 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


... 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


... 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


... 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

This is a top pick!

... 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


... 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. ...

Soft, Sweet Singapore, Singapore, Singapore travel blog

Soft, Sweet Singapore

A travel blog entry by kristymatt


... 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


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


... 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 ...

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