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After a great flight with Singapore Airlines, (in which I managed to watch no less than 4 films),we arrived in Singapore. I did have a bit if an issue on the flight when I stupidly chose to wear skinny jeans on a long haul flight: big mistake! I has to go and take them off, thought I was going to need talcum powder at one point!! The humidity was …
Well where do we start... Us and Singapore did not set off on the right foot!!
Overnight train was slightly better than Thailand in the way that it didn't come complete with cockroaches.. however that was about it. Again we didn't manage to get the overnight sleeper carriage (bit disappointed as would have liked to try …
Im in Singapore and staying at Backpackers Cozy Corner. I WILL be moving tomorrow cos this place is a **** hole. I will let you know where I am later. This place is SOOOOOO expensive. I have looked at rooms that are absolute **** and they charge, and get, $45/night.
This place is the most overrated, overpriced place I have ever stayed. They …
... have to make another trip back one day as we have heard rave reviews about the Battlebox. After a very tasty but very cheap Singaporean hawker centre lunch at Clarke Quay we headed on an afternoon tour of the WWII Changi Museum. Our tour guide Carol Dragon (true surname), had grandparents who were POWs so she had lots of stories to share and this was truly an experience we will ...
... expected this with Singapore having
one of the lowest crime rates in the world but also one of the
highest execution rates.
So, some of our cheaper days consisted
of walking the streets; marina bay area, china town, little india,
Orchard road (don't make special effort to go here unless you want to
shop as that is all there is – a load of malls – again!), Chinese
and Japanese gardens and you can tell it is a city doing well with a