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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
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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
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Cold Storage Tips (3)

Cold Storage: Fruit Fix

I always go to Cold Storage for my fruit fix. It has aisles and aisles of fresh fruits. It's less crowded than the other popular grocery store, Fair Price, which is what I like about Cold Storage. I always head to the fruits section and get my fruits for the week.

There are other fruit stations or kiosks in malls but those are cut or sliced or diced. Since they have been washed and prepared for you, those are even more pricey, like 3 big slices of apple can cost about around a dollar.

What to buy Fresh fruits

What to pay It depends on what you're getting. Five pieces of apples can cost about SGD3.00, strawberries at around SGD10.00, bananas at about SGD2.50.

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Strikinsmile
Dec 08, 2011

Cold Storage supermarket at Changi airport: Bring home some Singapore food

If you're transiting in Singapore, and you have a few hours to spare, if you already hold your boarding pass, and if you don't need a visa to enter Singapore, here's a tip for buying and bringing home some local food:

Go through customs (you may have to come up with an excuse of wanting to visit someone who's waiting for you outside, they usually buy that), and enter the arrival hall. Turn left, and walk to the far end of the building, down the escalator and you will find a "Cold Storage" supermarket. It's not signed from anywhere (I did not see any signs), so you will have to find it by yourself. It's like any grocery store, with a wide selection of foods and other items.

If you don't want to bring (too much) of your hand luggage with you outside, there is a left luggage counter in the transit hall, tucked away in a corridor behind the duty free stores.

P.S.: I owe this tip to VTers who have answered my question in the forum.

What to buy I'm sure you'll find your favorite Singapore food here, even if it's just a ready-to-go meal.
The prices are definitely better than the 7-11 on level 3, let alone the selection. For me, the reason I went here was to get some dried jackfruit.

What to pay Slightly more than in stores in the city centre.

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knerten
Aug 28, 2004

Cold Storage: Supermarket Chain for your everyday needs

I love to visit the (super)markets and convenience stores of every nation I visit, in order to see what the high-selling and the famous brands of daily foods and necessities.

In addition to local stuffs, I found a whole aisle of imported Japanese, Taiwanese and Korean foodstuffs here. I guess it must be very easy for the foreigner to live here and be able to pick-up an occasional taste of foods from his/her homeland.

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RoseAmano
Jun 14, 2004
 
 
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