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  • Voluntourism Spotlight: Supporting Singapore’s Ground-Up Initiative @petergreenberg
    2014.12.19 — Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Voluntourism Spotlight: Supporting Singapore’s Ground-Up InitiativeOne great way to familiarize yourself with a country, its residents, and local culture is to spend some time helping the local c ...
  • Why Expats Love Singapore @JoeCronin_
    2014.12.19 — Singapore- a country that has a lot of history but is full of modern luxuries. From shopping to nightlife to being the world’s greatest Grand Prix host- it offers appeal to even the most diverse crowds. It’s no mystery why Singapore ranke ...
  • 10 reasons why I adore Singapore @globalgrasshopr
    2014.12.18 — Singapore is often seen as just a stop-off destination, as a place to kill a few hours between flights. It's also known as a commercial hub, as the home of a corruption-free government and strict, almost draconian laws, but what about the culture? Is ...
  • Christmas in Singapore - Christmas Tree Shopping and Christmas Decorations Living in Sin
    2014.12.17 — This is my first Christmas away from my parents and siblings and I will be honest and say I am struggling with it. December for me is usually a month building up to two weeks at home near Toulouse, shopping for presents and the like. And usually I wo ...
  • A Corner Coffee Shop in Singapore @roadtoanywhere
    2014.12.17 — Today’s travel photo is of a traditional corner coffee shop in the suburbs of Singapore. I’ve technically been to Singapore a few times, but the longest I have spent there is less than a day, and most of that time was spent sleeping. In ...
  • Radio Guest List—Raffles Hotel, Singapore—December 20, 2014 @petergreenberg
    2014.12.16 — Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Radio Guest List—Raffles Hotel, Singapore—December 20, 2014What legendary hotel opened for the first time in 1887, in a bungalow-style building overlooking the beach and the South China Sea ...
  • Radio Guest List–Raffles Hotel, Singapore–December 20, 2014 @petergreenberg
    2014.12.16 — Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Radio Guest List–Raffles Hotel, Singapore–December 20, 2014What legendary hotel opened for the first time in 1887, in a bungalow-style building overlooking the beach and the South China Sea ...
  • Stopover ~ Singapore Style The Next Big Adventure
    2014.12.15 — Stopovers. In our experience, they’re generally a waste of time, money, and effort. At various times we have decided to break up a long flight with a stopover in, say, JFK, and I have to say, they never live up to our hopes. Instead of a luxuri ...
  • Sweet Treats In Singapore @jayneytravels
    2014.12.11 — I’ve been hard at work again diligently sampling all the sweet treats in a new city! From chilli chocolate to cupcakes, which of these sweet treats in Singapore takes your fancy? Cupcakes at Plain Vanilla I’m not sure what it was that fir ...
  • Birramisu? Don't mind if I do! Pizza Fabbrica - New Kid on the Singapore (Italian) Block Living in Sin
    2014.12.11 — You know my pizza obsession right? It has been well documented on my blog (all my pizza posts can be found here) and it seems friends are even calling me the "Pizza Queen" (see their post about Fabbrica to see they are really calling me that!) I hear ...
  • Song Fa Bak Kut Teh Singapore @lohsharon
    2014.12.11 — You wouldn’t believe me if I tell you that last week makes the first time I ate Bak Kut Teh, like ever. And to be specific, Song Fa Bak Ku Teh was my first??one! Think I made the right choice. Long story short, Bak Kut Teh (which literally is t ...
  • Things to see and do in Singapore @worldswaiting
    2014.12.10 — I've said it before, and probably will again, Singapore is so much more than a stopover! A true melting pot of cultures and people, it is a dynamic and truly multicultural city, full of fascinating sights and interesting neighborhoods ...
  • What’s Hot in Singapore @NatGeo
    2014.12.08 — Though far from Singapore‘s city-state center, Changi Village still has a faithful local following. Athletic types come for the windsurfing and kayaking. The hungry head for breakfast at??International Nasi Lemak, a Malay food stall selling fra ...
  • Salt grill & Sky bar: Great Food and a Beautiful View of Singapore @thelostboylloyd
    2014.12.04 — For travelers, Singapore cuisine almost always equates to hawker food. But away from the steaming, fiery woks of Maxwell Food Center, in the most refined venues in the rich city-state exist superb dining destinations recommended for visitors who&rsqu ...
  • Things to Do in Singapore @TrustTraveller
    2014.12.03 — When I mentioned I was choosing to visit Singapore to a few??people, they questioned??why I wanted to visit what they believed to be a??dull city that lacks any real culture and grit. While this may have been true 10 plus years ago, the Singapore I ...
  • Business Class review of Singapore Airlines Adelaide to Beijing via Singapore @TravellingKing1
    2014.12.02 — Flight review of Adelaide to Singapore Flight time: approx 7 hours 30 minutes Stop over time: 8 hours Plane type – Airbus A330-300 Seats 12K & 12H Check in: What had me excited about flying business class with Singapore airlines wasn’ ...
  • What to Do in Sentosa: Trick Eye Museum Singapore @thelostboylloyd
    2014.12.02 — The three-dimensional art gallery that has taken South Korea by storm has come to the shores of Sentosa! Trick Eye Museum Singapore is the first one built overseas and also the first one in Southeast Asia. During my three-day excursion to Sentosa, I ...
  • The Seven Wonders Of Singapore @romancingplanet
    2014.11.30 — Singapore truly has so many wonderful things to see and do that it is no wonder that one of Asia’s top tourist destinations is located there, Sentosa Island. In addition to the resort, however, Singapore has many other truly amazing places that ...
  • Insight into the travel market in Singapore by Paypal Living in Sin
    2014.11.29 — You know I love to travel, and I work in travel, travel for work and travel for fun, so I guess you could say my live revolves around travel! So I was very excited to be invited to the launch of the PayPal study into the travel market in Singapore an ...