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  • Discovering Art Trail at Changi Airport, Singapore @anuradhagoyal
    2016.05.02 — Art Trail at Changi Airport is an offbeat thing to do in Singapore, specially of you are flying out of Terminal 3. There are modern art installations by contemporary artists from various countries - interpreting the travel in their own way and in th ...
  • What It’s Like To Fly In The Singapore Airlines Suites – Singapore To Sydney @jayneytravels
    2016.04.27 — When my mum first saw the pictures of Justin and I in our Singapore Airlines Suites she thought we were on a luxury train. Even I have to admit it felt carriage-like to be travelling in a compartment that had windows (with shutters!) and sliding door ...
  • 6 Dazzling Attractions in Singapore to Photograph at Night @wanderme
    2016.04.27 — A city with sleek infrastructure, tall buildings and manmade wonders; Singapore is an urbanite’s dream. By day, many of the city state’s attractions gleam in the sun but it is at night that??they show their sleeker and more sophisticated ...
  • One Day in Singapore: 7 Things to Do @aswesawit
    2016.04.26 — After a serious health scare on our 32-hour flight marathon to Indonesia (Dan developed a blood clot in his leg) we were naturally concerned when we decided to leave Bali. To avoid developing DVT a second time, we broke our trip into segments. First ...
  • Sunday Champagne Brunch at Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore @wanderme
    2016.04.25 — Edge, the all-day dining restaurant at Pan Pacific Singapore, recently revamped the country’s longest Sunday champagne brunch with a host of new items alongside their existing specialties such as the Mongolian Suckling Pig, Durian Pengat and??W ...
  • Sunday Champagne Brunch at Pan Pacific Singapore @wanderme
    2016.04.25 — Edge, the all-day dining restaurant at Pan Pacific Singapore, recently revamped the country’s longest Sunday champagne brunch with a host of new items alongside their existing specialties such as the Mongolian Suckling Pig, Durian Pengat Whole ...
  • Singapore’s historic locations and fascinating heritage @travelwithamate
    2016.04.25 — Singapore has built a reputation for being economically progressive and ultra-modern. Its shining CBD area and iconic buildings are a testament to its financial success over the decades since independence some 50 years ago. You’d be wrong??for ...
  • Traveling to Singapore? Here is Everything You Need to Know @RTWkatiedays
    2016.04.21 — Think Singapore is nothing more than a spectacular skyline? Think again. With ethnic neighborhoods, tropical beaches, and diverse foods, the 274 square miles that make up Singapore are filled with culture and excitement. Though it’s famous for ...
  • A Singapore Food Crawl @aussieontheroad
    2016.04.20 — I wrote last week about how my recent Singapore trip changed my opinion of Singapore, as I joined Far East Hospitality to explore the cultural side of Singapore. Having initially viewed Singapore as a kind of soulless Asian equivalent to Dubai, I spe ...
  • [REVIEW] Emirates Singapore airport lounge @PointsWithACrew
    2016.04.18 — After our time in Singapore, it was time to head to the Singapore Airport. ??Our flight left Singapore Airport at about 10 a.m., so that meant a bit of an early wakeup call in order to checkout, make our way to the airport, check in to the Singapore ...
  • The best new tourist attractions in Singapore with #SingaporeLive @travelwithamate
    2016.04.18 — Singapore is country I love to visit, having been here many times of the past 11 year ??either on business or to catch up with good friends. Its an island nation most people only think to pass through or??stop for a day or two on their way to other c ...
  • Best cheap things to do in Singapore @travelwithamate
    2016.04.15 — Most people have heard of Singapore and many of you have no doubt passed through Singapore on your way to other destinations. It’s long been known as a travel-hop and a business hub, but Singapore has much more to offer tourists than just a con ...
  • Ash & Elm in Intercontinental Singapore @wanderme
    2016.04.15 — Ash and Elm is the newest dining concept to open at the Intercontinental Singapore. Taking over what was once Olive Tree, the new restaurant is a stylish venue that easily transitions itself from hearty breakfast buffets to sumptuous multi-course mea ...
  • Amazing restaurants of Singapore with #SingaporeLive @travelwithamate
    2016.04.15 — Singapore is truly where east meets west, both culturally and culinary. Dining experiences are in my opinion second to none. There’s tough competition here for your hard earned money creating ever more impressive dining options and fusions of c ...
  • Singapore Airlines SQ308 Changi to London @travelwithamate
    2016.04.15 — After a very enjoyable 2.5 months in Asia, catching up with good friends and exploring more of both Singapore and Malaysia, it was time to head back to England via London Heathrow.??Singapore Airline’s SQ308 would be our flight of choice for ou ...
  • Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa Expand Codeshare Operations @gtpgr
    2016.04.13 — Singapore Airlines (SIA) and the Lufthansa Group are expanding their codeshare agreement to provide customers more benefits through enhanced connections and new codeshare destinations, an announcement said on Wednesday. The expanded codeshare ties wi ...
  • Singapore Airlines Hires Its First Female Pilots @cntraveler
    2016.04.11 — GettyYou may start seeing women's faces in Singapore Air cockpits. Since its founding in 1972, Singapore Airlines has made history: the airline purchased the world's first Airbus A380, and it will once again be home to the world's longes ...
  • Singapore Airlines Hires Its First Female Pilots @PerrinPost
    2016.04.11 — GettyYou may start seeing women's faces in Singapore Air cockpits. Since its founding in 1972, Singapore Airlines has made history: the airline purchased the world's first Airbus A380, and it will once again be home to the world's longes ...
  • Seeing the Peranakan Side of Singapore @aussieontheroad
    2016.04.09 — Second Chances When I first visited Singapore in October of 2015, I was more than underwhelmed. I was actively displeased. Maybe it was being burned out at the end of five months on the road or maybe it was just that I was busy at a conference that k ...