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Top Ten Things to Do in Singapore

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Asking for opinions on what to do in Singapore
8 years ago, October 25th 2010 No: 1 Msg: #121705  
Hi all,

I am wondering what I can go in Singapore for the few days which I will be there. Are the things mentioned in this article worth doing? I have heard much about the casinos and all. Appreciate your help!

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8 years ago, March 22nd 2011 No: 2 Msg: #131717  
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Hi John,

I think you can skip the Asian Civilisations Museum if you're not a museum kind of guy. Little india you should definitely see.

And food! Yes, do try out what the list suggests. You can have your Chicken Rice at a Hawker Centre though! Also try Hokkien Mee (Yellow noodles fried in a fragrant stock with seafood), Nasi Lemak (Coconut rice with fried anchovies, peanuts, egg and maybe a chicken wing) and Wanton Mee (Thin egg noodles in dark soya sauce with charsiew pork slices and fried/sometimes boiled wantons). Man typing this is making me hungry...

Shopping on Orchard Road is good if you have money to spare. But if you, like many locals, like to find bargains. Hit the Chinatown area or Bugis Street Market for cheaper deals! These places can get pretty packed on the weekends so go there on weekdays and after the lunch hour.

Ruby
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7 years ago, May 27th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #137253  
Yea and travel on our MRT, its really fast and convenient. Definitely get you to most of the location listed in the top 10 list of tourist attraction. If you wanna get to know all about Singapore, Sentosa is a must-go! fort siloso, the merlion, images of singapore will be a good intro of singapore and they have a cheaper package to visit over 13 attractions by purchasing the sentosa play pass. And you can eat 5 meals a day because there is just so much food to eat in Singapore! (: Reply to this

7 years ago, August 30th 2011 No: 4 Msg: #142551  
Check out the Singapore Grand Prix thats happening in Singapore in a few weeks! Other than that, remember to try their famed foods and visit all the cultural sites, but if you only have a few days, you might not be able to finish exploring all of them!

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7 years ago, September 15th 2011 No: 5 Msg: #143319  
We found the bus 1/2 day city tour a useful start and particularly loved the Orchid Gardens... just nothing like it... beautiful. Next highlight - a cookery class with Ruqxana at Cookery Magic - lovely person, wonderful food! Reply to this

7 years ago, February 24th 2012 No: 6 Msg: #152306  
well... we can enjoy our holiday at t singapore shopping mall Reply to this

30 months ago, October 31st 2016 No: 7 Msg: #198536  
Hi all, you could read my article for additional reference about tips & trip review in Singapore <snip>
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27 months ago, January 18th 2017 No: 8 Msg: #199389  
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this is so cool ! Reply to this

27 months ago, January 27th 2017 No: 9 Msg: #199470  
If you love seafood definitely go and try Jumbo seafood restaurant. Their Chilli crab is soo good! Reply to this

22 months ago, June 11th 2017 No: 10 Msg: #201306  
Hello!, I am a fellow Singaporean here and I travel blogs at <snip> ! Firstly, welcome to Singapore! We are a small but nice country with lots of friendly people around.

Here are some places where you can consider:

1) Sentosa - Need 1 full day
2) Little India
3) Chinatown
4) Orchard - Shopping
5) Mosque /Arab Street
6) MBS (Marina Bay Sands)
7) Gardens by the bay
8) Singapore Flyer
9) Clarke Quay

If you need any local help, feel free to ping me. I will be glad to guide you around.




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