No Need For Bottled Water
Through all my travels, I regularly wondered if I can drink the tap water in that country. Sometimes, we are even advised to brush our teeth with bottled water. Most of the time, I do not heed the latter advice.
In Singapore, there is no need to worry about unclean tap water. It can be drunk straight off the tap.
The booklet (S$1.50) that they sell at the bus stops is well worth it if you are going to be in Singapore for a week or more. It lets you plan trips and find alternative routes back when your out exploring. Also you will probably want to buy an ez link card that gives you cheaper fares and allows you to not have the correct change every time you want to travel. Public transportation in Singapore is efficient, clean, and relatively cheap.
Try to test Durian fruit!
Often and much you will listen of how is a Durian Fruit.
Much people like it.
In Singapore is in the Bugis Mearket area a Durian seller,
where you can see how to manage to open this tropical fruit-
good place to test it!
It is said in restaurants is not usual to offer this tropical durian.
See the photo!
Singapore is dominated by its Chinese population, at over 75 percent. With this, you can imagine the size of the Chinese New Year Celebration. The celebration lasts 15 days. It starts on the first new moon of the new year, and goes 15 days until the full moon appears. That 15th day is called the Lattern Festival, and is celebrated with parades and other festivities.
Cycle from one park connector to the other.
Free Of Charge
The Park Connector Network is an island-wide network of linear open spaces that link up major parks, nature sites and housing estates in Singapore. When the entire network is completed, it will form a green network, spanning over 300 km across the whole island, making it convenient to travel from park to park.
The park connectors vary in length, ranging from about 2 km to 10 km, making them ideal for those who like to take short walks to exercise, as well as to cater to cyclists who prefer longer distances. They are usually found alongside the many rivers and canals that flow through the island and are often used as convenient shortcuts to housing estates, MRT stations, and schools. Park connectors are for walking, jogging or cycling only.