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3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
The Fountain of Wealth, located in Suntec City Mall in Singapore's central business district, is the largest fountain in the world. Based on a Hindu mandala representing the universe, the fountain is lovely in the afternoon, when you can enjoy its...
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51 Old Airport Rd, Singapore 390051
Food is an obsession in Singapore, and eating here is like a sport. When Singapore's king of hawker food, K.F. Seetoh, takes you on a food crawl, you know you're in for a serious challenge. Our first of five food center stops was Old Airport Road...
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If you find yourself with time to kill in Terminal 3 at the Changi Airport in Singapore, the butterfly garden provides a dazzling diversion.
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Boat Quay, Singapore
Boat Quay is the easternmost section of the Singapore River. The original shophouses erected here by Singaporean tradesmen have been turned into bars and restaurants with river views. It is a lively scene with English pubs showing sports on big...
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10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956
The towering Marina Bay Sands development looks like an enormous space ship dropped down on the waterfront in Singapore. Cocktail and dance spot Ce La Vi sits on the 57th floor along with an enormous infinity pool. Down below in the Marina are a...
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18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
The best fast food in Singapore's central business district can be found at Lau Pa Sat (Raffles Place MRT stop). This 150-year-old former fish, fruit, and veg market was converted into a collection of hawker food stalls in the 1970s. The market,...
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51 Old Airport Rd, Singapore 390051
I was fortunate enough to live in Singapore for a four-month internship, and I never ceased to be amazed at the fantastic hawker food there. One of the best hawker centres that I visited was the Old Airport Road Food Centre. I couldn’t get enough...
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3 Muscat St, Singapore 198833
Singapore’s largest Muslim house of worship, the gold-domed Sultan Mosque, is the focal point of the Kampong Glam neighborhood east of Little India. Walk along the nearby pedestrian-only street to browse trinket stalls and then head over to Haji...
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Geylang, Singapore
Bam, slap, thwack. Woosh, woosh, sss. Ee, zzz, clang, plop. Thank you, auntie! Szrkst, szkst. Aaahh. This is the audible life cycle of Mr. Mohgan's Super Crispy Roti Prata. The libretto of the above prata operetta goes something like this: Mr....
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Orchard Rd, Singapore
I remember the first time I had a traditional Singaporean breakfast. I was in Changi Airport on my way to an adventure. A traditional breakfast consists of 3 things: 1) Kaya toast and butter. Kaya is made from a type of leaf plus coconut jam,...
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18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
This new botanical garden features two cooling conservatories, where plants and trees from various parts of the world gather under one glass roof. It's the best place to stop by and smell the flowers, and to practice photography in Singapore.
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Ann Siang Hill, Singapore
Head to Ann Siang Hill near Chinatown when you want to get away from the crowds in the city. During the day the open doors welcome you into restored shop houses with intricately designed tiles leading the way to chic and stylish clothing. At night...
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30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803
The skyline of modern day Singapore from this highway of a bridge is marvellous. You can see the ArtScience Museum (at Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort) and the Helical Bridge. There are also footpaths for pedestrians on this bridge highway.
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Every year a festive bazaar for the Hindu Festival of Lights—Deepavali/Diwali—sets up in Little India. Stalls selling Indian sweet meats, garlands, flowers and, like this one, statues of deities thrive as Hindu families shop in preparation of the...
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3150 Commonwealth Avenue West, Singapore 129580
Singapore is famous for a lot of exotic foods, and to Westerners, few seem as strange as frog. But the spicy, moist meat makes for a lovely Singaporean meal ingredient.
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River Valley Rd, Singapore 179037
Crab, with butter and noodles and just the right amount of meat... enough said. So heavenly.
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2 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179622
In the Battle Box, about 9 meters underground, I am transported back in time to February 1942. Located in the idyllic Fort Canning Park in the city center, this underground bunker was part of the British Command Center during the Malayan Campaign...
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151 New Bridge Road 91 Upper Cross Street Singapore 059443/058362 New Bridge Rd, Singapore 059443
In Singapore the mid autumn festival presents another opportunty to see the cultures of the east together. The Sri Mariamman hindu temple is in the heart of Chinatown, looking particularly beautiful with the light of the Chinese lanterns.
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141 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218042
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is a Hindu temple located in the center of Little India on Serangoon Road in Singapore. The Temple is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali. The building is constructed in the style of South Indian Tamil temples, and the...
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Some call it "Singapore Inc.," but I think it has a lot more soul than its nickname. We took three walking tours by Singapore Walks, which gave us insight into the city-state's fascinating cultural history—from the indigenous Peranakan...
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1 Cluny Rd, Singapore 259569
Due to its proximity to the equator, the climate in Singapore is hot and humid year-round and can prove difficult to adjust to: Never in your life will you be more thankful for air-conditioned shopping malls. This climate, however, also blesses us...
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Downtown Core, Singapore
Everything about this place is full of cheer, bustle, and dazzle. Enjoy a game of go with the masters, or watch a community dance that seems to go on forever.
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48 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 217959
Singapore's great culinary tradition has more to do with the city/state's position as a global financial power than it does with any unique cultural heritage. Before it became the most important trading port in Asia, Singapore was little more than...
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Sentosa, Singapore
Sentosa Island is a huge playground in Singapore with something for everyone: Nice sandy beaches, go carts, dolphin and sea lion shows (and pink dolphins), a 4D movie experience, a butterfly park, and so on. It is not a cheap day out, but well...