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Singapore Duck Tour
"Not your average sightseeing vehicle the Singapore duck takes you through the city on the original DUCKtours winner of the Singapore Tourism Awards. This amphibious remodeled war craft dubbed ‘the duck’ travels on both land and water providing excellent vantage points of Singapore’s top attractions on and off dry land. You’ll get up close to the famous skyline during your hour-long journey!During the land portion of your tour see popular landmarks like the 45-foot (14-meter) high Fountain of Wealth
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Singapore Hop-On Hop-Off Night Tour
"From Suntec City/Flyer board your open-top sightseeing bus which departs at 6:30pm. This hop-on hop-off bus tour makes six stops at top attractions (see Itinerary) where you can get out and explore with your guide. Your first stop is Singapore Flyer’s Food Trail where you'll learn about local food culture from your guide as you sample traditional dishes. With your complimentary $5 voucher choose from a selection of Singapore’s most popular cuisines!Next stroll around the magnificent Gardens by the Bay before heading to the Super Tree Grove for a close-up look at the vertical gardens. Watch the captivating light-and-sound show where the trees come to life in color with majestic music. From here
From SGD43.00
Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass with Optional Universal Studios Singapore Admission
"With the freedom to use your Singapore Flexi Attractions Pass over a 5-day period you can experience Singapore’s top attractions at your own pace. Simply swipe the card to enter each selected attraction. There's no waiting in lines for tickets and you'll save up to 50% compared to purchasing tickets individually. Depending on option selected when booking you can choose either three or five attractions from a list of more than 10. Perhaps admire 360-degree views from the top of the Singapore Flyer observation wheel or explore the city by land and water on an amphibious vehicle during a Singapore DUCKtour. Marvel at the spectacular plants and lighting displays at Gardens by the Bay take in the wildlife at the Singapore Zoo or Night Safari or cruise through the city by hop-on hop-off bus with a ticket for the SP Ho Ho Tour System. You also have the option to upgrade your pass to include admission to Universal Studios Singapore.You may choose three or five attractions from t
From SGD102.00

Drinking water Tips (4)

No Need For Bottled Water

Favorite thing 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.

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Jun 03, 2007

Tap water is ok but understand the risks also.

Favorite thing I can't say I know the exact build up of whats in the water supply but as someone above has jst said singapore needs to import most of its water where is the demestic water supply coming from...unlike paris for instance which has underground springs and some of the best i've ever tasted without the fluoride it is not the case with singapore...sure you can drink it without becoming terribly sick in straightaway but is it the best water to drink from the tap. For me I'd say absolutely not. I have a terrible aftertaste and coating in my mouth from drinking the water here (i live in singapore) and a furry feeling in my throat. Also as most of the european member states have banned fluoridation of the water supply some calling it toxic I plainly don't see the need for this unnecessary medication of the water supply. If you want to brush that that stuff on your teeth no worries but don't force me to drink it.

Jun 22, 2014

Water from any Tap in Singapore is Safe to Drink

Favorite thing Water from any Tap in Singapore is Safe to Drink. Government takes the responsiblility and ownership of providing safe drinking water to it's citizens. So much so, that it takes guarantee of every drop. They are so confident that they are planning to ban bottled water in Singapore inorder to avoid pollution beacuse of the plastic.

Hats Off to the dedication and quality control measures taken forth by Singapore Government.

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Apr 19, 2010

Bottled Water

Favorite thing as in any major cities, people don't generally trust tap water and hence the water refilling stations and water bottling companies are making a killing selling various kinds of bottled water like distilled water, spring water, mountain spring water, alkaline water, purified water and more and here in Singapore is no Different so yopu can buy bottled water everywhere like in convenience stores or restaurants or hotels and malls.

Fondest memory a peculiarity, most of the fresh water in singapore is Imported from Malaysia since Singapore is a small island state with hardly any water supply. they come in different sizes and the average prize of a 500 ml bottle water will be Singapore $ 1 and for larger sizes like 1 liter bottles will costs $ 2. with the tropical and humid climate, you will buy lots of them here and again are available everywhere.

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May 16, 2011
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Fountain of Wealth

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....
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Raffles Hotel Arcade

Raffles Hotel is a Singaporean icon. "Raffles in Singapore stands for all the fables of the exotic East" SOMERSET MAUGHAM. The history of Raffles is folk-lore. Tales of visiting dignataries- movie...
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Raffles Hotel

There's probably nowhere else that evokes Colonial decadence quite like the Raffles Hotel. It's been the residence of a host of famous names, including Joseph Conrad, Ava Gardner, and colonial...
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The Cenotaph is a 60 feet granite memorial. It was built originally for the memory of 124 Singaporeans who died during World War I. Later on the other side, it was added for those who gave their...
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St Andrew's Cathedral

In mid central Singapore at great free place is the St. Andrews Cathedral. In the tropical heat of the day just here is a good place to sit and to remember. If you sit a while at place and look...
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F1 track passes from Padang. Basically the regular road which passes by Padang and Supreme Court building is converted into F1 track during races. Due to its prime location and historical...
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