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Tiong Bahru

Essentially a residential area, with some of the oldest housing estates in the country dating back to the 1930s, Tiong Bahru is known for its market and the Tiong Bahru …

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Sentosa Island

No trip to Singapore would be complete without nipping over to the island of Sentosa. Known in the past by the rather morbid name of Pulau Belakang Mati (Malay for …

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Riverside

The Singapore River is like a main artery that flows through its highly packed Central Business District. On its northern banks, you would see many older buildings that now house …

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Orchard Road

Shop till you drop! This is no exaggeration when visiting Singapore’s hip and happening Orchard Road. it would take an iron willpower to not give in to the temptation of …

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Marina Bay

Marina Bay exudes a luxuriousness which is in itself attractive. There is no shortage of shopping here, but there are other attractions too, most especially the scenery and view. Stroll …

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Little India

Immerse yourself in exotic Indian culture. Inhale the scent of incense and spices as you walk, perhaps picking up a sweetmeat or two as you go by. Get your fortune …

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Geylang

Although most of Singapore has been touched by modernity, there are some parts which are still in-between – modern and yet traditional, without losing its natural charm to development. One …

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Singapore City Centre

As with any other country, Singapore’s City Centre is its hub and definitely a good starting point to begin your exploration. Begin your tour of the country by covering the …

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Chinatown

The mere mention of ‘Chinatown‘, anywhere in the world probably evokes mental pictures of stone dragons and colourful archways in an area purely dedicated to the Chinese culture. The traditionally …

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Central Business District

It seems as though wherever you go in Singapore you’re reminded of how young the nation is despite its amazing display of modernity. Everywhere you look, you see old buildings …

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Exploring Little India

One of Singapore’s most popular attractions is the bustling area of Little India, which centres on the short stretch of Serangoon Road in the western side of the tiny island …

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