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96A Lor 27 Geylang, Singapore, 388198, Singapore
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Shopping after Chinese New Year

by mcao1

We plan to visit Singapore on 4Feb - 7 Feb 2011 aka the 2nd - 5th of the Chinese New Year. We just wonder is business (shopping) still open as usual during that period or every thing closed for celebration? If shops and malls are open, is there any sale/promotion too? I've been to Sing many times for shopping and this time is no exception, but never on Chinese NY. if you have any experience and info, please drop it here. Thanks so much.

Re: Shopping after Chinese New Year

by kkrishnan48

Some shops will operate on the 2nd day and most on the 3rd day of CNY. No worries there is MUSTAFA and many others open all the time. As for sales, there will definitely be the post CNY sale. Happy shopping.

Re: Shopping after Chinese New Year

by walterwu

Most malls remains open even on the 1st day of CNY. However, not all shops within the malls are open. Fast food outlets are open. From the 2nd day of CNY, more shops are opened for business and most are back by the 4th day.

Re: Shopping after Chinese New Year

by mcao1

Thanks so much for your help. We sure will enjoy the shopping.

Travel Tips for Singapore

Elephant Show

by SLLiew

Although there are many tall and well taken care of matured trees all over Singapore to bring some green nature into urban downtown Singapore, you can get away from it all by going fo r the Elephant Show at the Singapore Zoo.

The show time is at 11:30am daily and an extra 4pm show on weekends and public holidays.

Do not sit in the first few rows, if you do not want to get slightly wet by a deliberate blow of water from one of the trained elephants at the command of the mahout (elephant trainer).

The elephants are the Asian elephants and you will see how the elephants actually lift and carry timber logs as they used to do in the timber industry in Southeast Asia.

Shows may be cancelled if heavy rain as it will become dangerous for the elephants and trainers to perform.

There are also souvenirs of elephant paintings and paper made from elephant dung.

Highly recommended to relieve urban stress. You will be happy back at the office rather than work like an elephant at the Singapore zoo. Singapore Zoological Gardens, 80 Mandai Lake Road.

Light pollution

by yuet29

It is fair and frank to say that I only see one or twice starry sky in Singapore for my 4 years stay in this island.

The light pollution in SIngapore is very very serious. Most of the time, the sky will be grey in color, sometimes it is dark red. My friend said, if the sky is red, it means it is going to rain.. I am not sure.. because the sky at my hometown wont turn red to signal raining..

Thus, to join an astronomy club and pay money is foreseable a redundant act.. (joking, those mind dont get angy).. but it is true.. because most of the time you wont get stars.. sometimes you will.. may be one or two which is nearer to earth?.. quite pity..

Getting Married in Singapore?

by SLLiew

The Registrar of Marriage is housed in a beautiful colonial mansion on Coleman Street.

Though many prewar houses and colonial buildings have been bulldozed to pave way for rapid development in Singapore, you do come across some remaining magnificent architecture still left standing and conserved in Singapore.

Remember, regardless of citizenship, one of you must me a resident for at least 15 days in Singapore before filing a notice of marriage. For more details, check the website below:

http://app.rom.gov.sg/internet/index.asp

Chinese Meal Customs

by imstress

Pls DO NOT stick your chopsticks into your food. If you need to rest them, leave them on the chopsticks rest or by the side of your plate or bowl.

If the table setting includes two spoons, remembber to use the chinese porcelain spoon for eating and the silver one to dish out food.

Beware of Airport restriction on LAGs

by SLLiew

At Changi Airport, at check in, all carry-on luggages must follow strict LAG rules for Liquids, Aerosol and Gels for hand-carried luggage.

If in doubt, call up in advance.

You can also refer to website below:

Happy packing.

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