We went to Sentosa Island by cable car. On the island we took the bus to different destination on the island. The island is packed with number of attractions. Our first stop was Siloso Beach, well I... more
It’s the closest place to a jungle. With free-ranging orang utans overhead, you’re out to set foot on an adventure on your own. The place was quite a maze, which, if you don’t have a map at hand,... more
Imagine one shopping where, instead of clothes, shoes, bags or cosmetics, you only have computers and accessories.
Good! Imagine that, everywhere, large screens show you a soccer game. That’s the... more
Little India is by far the most culturally rich place in Singapore.
The must do's in Little India
1. Shop at Mustafa
2. Stroll through the various shop houses still selling products made with the... more
Clarke Quay during the day is good but at night is very lively (but sorry I don't have night photos). Locals and holiday makers from all over the world gathered here.
There are lots of shops selling... more
Nope, one Universal Studios is not enough.
I visited Universal Studios in Osaka. I loved the place but I just have a bit reservation on the language. Marty McFly was speaking in Japanese, as is most... more
A Singapore experience wouldn’t be complete without a day at the Jurong Bird Park. There, we saw all kinds of birds one couldn’t ever imagine. We first took a monorail ride around the park before we... more
The Esplanade is quite pleasant area you can walk and looking onto Marina Bay and also a walkway along Singapore River which can lead you to other areas. They are several restaurant/cafes and shops... more
Arab Street is famous for textiles material like silk, Indian fabric and Indonesian batik but I wouldn’t know much about fabric but my partner does. You can haggle here till you are satisfied with the... more
One a night jaunt in Raffles hotel to savor Original Singapore Sling, what better way to Spend it at the Long Bar than to Sing with the LIVE Band!!! the live bands everyday invites patrons to sing and... more
Singapore icon and mythical creatures the Merlion is a statue that resembles half fish and half Lion. It is well known throughout the world and favorite landmark for visitors to take pictures. The... more
Chinese philanthropist by the name Eu Tong Sen built The Majestic for his wife who loved Cantonese Opera, he even bought the street. It was built in 1927 and is located in Chinatown along Eu Tong Sen... more
If you find yourself in Geylang, be sure to check out the Malay village for an eye-opening vision into local culture. Go with a positive attitude and an open mind, the locals will welcome you with... more
Marina Bay is a commercial area and is great place for tourist to visit. The Bay is surrounded by modern buildings. There are many things to see like the Singapore Flyer, the Esplanade Theatre and off... more
At good weather it is nice to go to boat quai walking around waterline,
seeing new and old historic buildings together,
go around from the west or south side- every sight is special.
All also nice... more
South Asia was the last Gallery that we had to see, another one that was full on interesting displays.
This one is a little different, as in the main South Asian gallery there was a selection of... more
The colourful building of Sri Mariamman Temple in Chinatown is the oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore and it is one of the major tourist attractions. The temple is Dravidian style and serves South... more
For around $30SD you can see bird’s eye view of Singapore for 30 minutes on Singapore High Flyer. It is Singapore answer to the London Eye but taller. The Singapore High Flyer is 165 meter high. They... more
If you want or need a break from the frenetic pace of shopping and sightseeing in Singapore, its a good idea to make up a picnic basket, and head for the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
Founded in 1822... more
The Imperial Cheng Ho takes you on a half day cruise from the Harbour, past the mouth of the Singapore River and the Tanjong Pagar container terminal (one of the busiest in the world) before sailing... more
The Merlion is the symbol of Singapore. You'll find the logo on many things in Singapore. The giant merlion fountain makes a great photo opportunity. Seeing it for me was iconic and makes you feel you... more
This offers the largest display of orchids in the world.Over 1,000 species and 2,000 hybrids are now found in the gardens' collection, and every year more vibrant and enduring hybrids will be added... more
This is a very unique fountain and really a very beautiful one. This fountain is based on a Hindu Mandala which means has a symbolic meaning of harmony and unity amongst the four races of Singapore.... more
I have many fond memories from all my visits to Singapore and it has become almost like a second home to me. I can find my way around here much better than some cities down under.
My first experience...