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Favorite thing: This is a pass that allows you to visit the Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, and the Night Safari.
It is excellent value.
Choose which ever suits you. You can buy online or at one of the parks.
Prices for 2011 are.........................
3-in-1 Jurong Bird Park
S$58.00 S$38.00 ...........................
2-in-1 Jurong Bird Park
S$32.00 S$21.00 ........................'
2-in-1 Night Safari*
Fondest memory: http://www.zoo.com.sg/l2_t2.aspx?l1=2&l2=10&langid=1
Updated Feb 28, 2011
Favorite thing: Singapore offers a wide variety of choices to the visitors all year round. But I would suggest going there during the great Singapore Sale which is mostly in June and July, and during December when the whole city becomes really festive. During these dates there is a sale frenzy and everyone just seems to want to get rid of their stuff, throwing discounts and promotional sales here and there.
Personally, though, I prefer going there in December. There's just a slightly cool breeze at night. Not like the rest of the year when the heat is almost unbearable.
Written Mar 2, 2010
Favorite thing: Hello,as far as I know,you can drive a car into Malaysia from Singapore but you have to have 3 quarter of a tank full of petrol (not 1/2 tank) to show to Malaysian authorities.
The other thing is make sure you check any medication you may take with you--as they are tough on drugs.
Make sure you have your international licence.
It used to be you could take a foriegn car in for 10 days--but that may have changed.
You can make sure by getting in touch with some of the hire car agencys in Singapore--Hertz is widely used there.
Hope this helps.
Cheers & safe driving
Fondest memory: I have driven into Singapore from Malaysia,but are certain of rules going back into Malaysia.
Singapore is easy to drive in--the roads are very good.
Written Dec 12, 2009
Favorite thing: Singapore is really an excellent place for walking. Yes, it does get hot, but be prepared, take your water, wear your sunhat & sunscreen, and have your sunnies on!
If you do get tired, there is buses & taxi's and the MRT. Get thirsty?,... plenty of places to buy a drink.......Hungry, ....plenty of food places also!
What I found of great help when planning what we were going to see and do, was the website that I have listed. I came across it by chance, and it was excellent in my eyes.
It lists many walking trails that you can do in Singapore, and gives information on each, so you can read beforehand and decide which you wish to do!
Check it out!............
Written Dec 9, 2009
Favorite thing: Sin Chew Chinese Cultural Products Supermart, in Waterloo street is where you will find the Laughing Buddha. The store stocks large quantities of Buddhas and Confucian deities, all are glittering in gold!,
The "Laughing Buddha" is outside, lots of people were rubbing his tummy for luck, so I did as well, but I don't think it worked! He symbolises great fortune and prosperity and most Chinese love to touch Him, hoping for blessings and wealth in the new year!
Fondest memory: location is...192 Waterloo St, BUGIS
Updated Dec 8, 2009
Favorite thing: Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shop is an Ice cream shop! at the SINGAPORE ZOO.
We had been walking and walking, and decided it was time to rest our weary legs before they dropped off!
Located near the Orangutans, was this shop, with a nice choice of Ice - cream, plus a big roomy under - cover area to sit, nice to get out of the Hot Singapore sun!
The position of the shop was a bonus, as it was nearly next door to the Orangutans, and there was also a cheeky Spider Monkey on the loose, who just happened to be hanging around in the trees above ours and other people's heads!
This was a nice spot for food and location!
Written Dec 7, 2009
Favorite thing: Travel in Singapore Free and Easy! There's no need to sign up for tours. You can get anywhere by the MRT or bus. Almost everyone speaks English, so just ask your way around if you're lost. No need to worry about pickpockets cos Singaporeans can't be bothered and have no need to do so.
Do check out the hawker centres. A good one would be Maxwell Food Centre where you can try all sorts of Singaporean cuisine at an average price of SGD3. Must try's include chicken rice, satay (meat on a stick with peanut sauce), nasi lemak (coconut-flavoured rice with fish/chicken wings/vegetables) and laksa (noodles in spicy coconut gravy). Actually every chicken rice stall in Singapore is decent.
Tip: Don't take the Hippo Tour! It's a bus which takes you on a tour around the city. It's expensive (SGD30+) and not worth it. You'll be better off walking on the streets on your own.
Written May 24, 2009
Favorite thing: Singapore use 230V, 50Hz
Typical plug is British 3-pin rectangular blade plug:
However, USA/Japanese 2-pin (type A) may be found from time to time.
Written Feb 23, 2009
Favorite thing: for 100 pounds per night you should be able to get a decent hotel.. remember singapore is very small and nothing is too far away from each other.. go to asiarooms.com or some other hotel website and choose your hotel. the metro in singapore is quite good and it will take you everywhere and there is also a good bus system. the only thing is 4 days might be too much to be in that claustrophobic city with very little attraction other than shopping, you might want to go to johor bahru by public transport and enjoy the real Asia..rather than the fabicated one..
Fondest memory: The Changi Airport and the lounge and the departure announcement ..
Written Jan 30, 2009
Favorite thing: Coffee: Singapore Style
We recently had visited Singapore and found a new way drinking coffee. Basically this is filtered coffee. The way they make it, put a tsp of sugar and then one tbl of condensed milk and top it up with filtered coffee. They serve it in a glass mug. It is cost you 90 cents in Geylang Area. Almost any corner food halls will serve you this coffee. Please do try. It's better to try it in the late evening as the city cools down a bit by then. Even deep in the end of December we found Singapore very hot and humid.
Food wise, we love ethnic food however unfortunately I have to say that food in Singapore was a bit of touch and go. Sometime we had tasty food and then there are other times.
Written Jan 18, 2009
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