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Singapore Island, Singapore
Very Modern, I liked the style
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Sentosa, Singapore
Always changing and expanding, the tabogan/tea-tray thing is great fun if you can handle the waits...
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Singapore, Singapore
Try a Singapore sling at the Raffles Hotel bar, it is worth the trip and the hotel is beautiful.
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Sentosa, Singapore
Don't forget to go to the top of the Merlion on Sentosa island too, the view is awesome!
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Singapore, Singapore
Smith Street: Great outdoor eating area (chinese food)
MRT: China Town
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Singapore, Singapore
Take the cable car to really get a good view of the city, you won't regret it!
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Singapore, Singapore
The best part of my trip to Singapore was the Night Zoo. It is just amazing and so natural. I saw many animals that I'd never heard of. It is a must-see for anyone heading to Singapore.
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Singapore Island, Singapore
Great modern (and fairly priced) shopping on Orchard Rd. Chili Crab is a must try!
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Singapore, Singapore
The zoo is well-worth visiting, even if you generally do not like zoos. If you actually like seeing animals, this is a must-see. The Singapore Zoo was one of the pioneers in the natural habitat concept, and they have got it down. There are no cages, and for most animals, all that stands between them and you is a moat. Fences are cleverly hidden by greenery such that in most cases unless you are trying to look they just aren’t there. Some critters are behind glass, like reptiles, but even then live within a natural looking setting. This all creates the impression that you are seeing the animals up close. There are beautiful white tigers and some of the biggest crocodiles I have ever seen. Most of the animals seemed lively and animated. The shows and feeding sessions go on all day, and are entertaining. They can descend a bit into circus-like stunts, and this may be a bit off-putting when compared to how much effort otherwise goes into making the zoo not seem like an animal penitentiary. You can pay to be photographed with various creatures, or on ponies or elephants, so parents may need to sort out their stance on this before hand ‘cause it will look like fun to your kids. Food is everywhere and not too expensive. There are some shops, but they are heavy on souvenirs and light on necessities, so bring along any diapers and other baby maintenance gear you will need for the day. With a few exceptions, the zoo is generally flat and easy on strollers, with wide paved paths to take you between exhibits. A lot of it is in the sun, so sun screen and hats are needed. There is a zoo tram that you can pay for that will take you past all the major exhibits.
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Singapore, Singapore
If you don't like heat, humidity, and a 100% urban landscape, don't stay here for long. I stayed in Singapore for 3 days when I was 5, and I the strongest memory is the heat. I've since been on the free transit tour a couple of times, and this is a pretty efficient way to see the main sites.
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