singapore Travel Blogs

  • My Open Relationship Experience in Singapore @manvsclock
    2014.11.19 — “How many times have you masturbated since I’ve been away?” It was a fair question. Our relationship had unexpectedly turned into a long distance relationship. She was working in the Middle East in her dream job for the United Natio ...
  • A Singapore Sandwich @insidetravellab
    2014.11.18 — One of the best things about a visit to Singapore, so the world tells you, is the chance to taste its food. Flavours from India, China, the Malay, remnants from Britain, influxes from almost everywhere else plus an infusion of unmistakably Singapore ...
  • Getting started in Singapore: orienting yourself and saving money in the world’s most expensive city. @oneweirdglobe
    2014.11.18 — I recently traveled to Singapore to speak at the ITB Asia conference – a chance to talk about travel blogging and building an online community. Since that’s probably only interesting to a small percentage of you, I thought I’d write ...
  • Singapore Sweet Spot: 2am Dessert Bar @jayneytravels
    2014.11.17 — Imagine taking 2 of life’s greatest pleasures and then opening a trendy premises in which to enjoy them well into the early hours of the morning. That’s what 2am:dessertbar founder Janice Wong did. After studying the art of dessert-making ...
  • Things to Do at Changi Airport in Singapore – Become a Millionaire! @thetraveltart
    2014.11.17 — As far as airports go, Changi Airport at Singapore is probably one of the best places around to catch a plane, or transit while waiting for another. Thousands of people work there and the airport alone it’s a big contributor to the Singapore ec ...
  • Tonkotsu King Four Seasons Bugis Singapore @placesandfoods
    2014.11.16 — Tonkotsu King Four Seasons Bugis Singapore While looking for good food in Singapore, there are two names come into my mind, Camemberu and Keropokman. They helped me for finding the some of the best food places in Lion City even though I haven’t ...
  • See the Ten Courts of Hell in Singapore – Destination: Haw Par Villa @oneweirdglobe
    2014.11.16 — So I went to Singapore recently to speak on a panel at ITB Asia, a conference dedicated to traveling. Three days of networking, seminars, and talking about travel – actually, I cut out on the last day to actually see Singapore. Laura and I arr ...
  • Flying from Manila to Singapore with Tigerair @thelostboylloyd
    2014.11.16 — For a long time now, Tigerair has been flying between Manila and Singapore, making it among the first low-cost carriers to operate in the country. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I was flying with them, so I was undoubtedly looking forw ...
  • My Impression of Singapore @vagabondjourney
    2014.11.16 — In some cities the streets are like the hallways of a stiff and sterile government institution. You walk through them with no need to look to the left or right, your focus is straight ahead, intent on your purpose. Everything is clean and white, the ...
  • SENTOSA: Inside the Singapore Merlion's Lair @Sentosa_Island @MySingapore @antondiaz
    2014.11.15 — SENTOSA is a popular island resort in Singapore, known as Asia's favorite playground, featuring 2km sheltered beach, 14 hotels, Fort Siloso, Resorts World Sentosa, and Universal Studios Singapore theme park. We kick off this Awesome Sentos ...
  • 10 Things to do in Universal Studio Singapore @placesandfoods
    2014.11.14 — 10 Things to do in Universal Studio Singapore Universal Studio Singapore or USS has been one of the top attractions in Singapore. Located in the Sentosa Island, USS is one of the few Universal Studio theme parks in the world. It is a great place for ...
  • Restaurant Guide To Indian Food In Singapore @romancingplanet
    2014.11.14 — When it comes to finding Indian food in Singapore, there are plenty of options to discover. This guide features the top 7 restaurants based upon their ambiance and quality of food. With this guide, you can find the best of the best for Indian cuisine ...
  • What Life is Really Like for Conscripts Doing National Service in Singapore @vagabondjourney
    2014.11.13 — I was marveling over the fact that the subway train that I was riding in didn’t have a driver, and the guy sitting next to me seemed to have found this amusing. We began talking, he told me his name was Anil. He was 19 years old, thin, trendy-i ...
  • Free Singapore Tour, Changi Aiport @dd_traveller
    2014.11.13 — The free Singapore tour, Changi Airport offers is a fabulous way to spend a long stopover regardless of whether you’ve visited Singapore earlier or not. We’ve both been to Singapore on numerous occasions either as children or later on wor ...
  • Why Singapore is Covering its Buildings in Plants @vagabondjourney
    2014.11.13 — “You know, they should just like, uh, cover all the buildings in the city with plants and stuff. . .” How many hippies needed to say this before it was actually done is immeasurable, but Singapore has finally heeded the call. Faced with t ...
  • What to Do in Sentosa: iFly Singapore Indoor Skydiving @thelostboylloyd
    2014.11.12 — Skydiving is every daredevil traveler’s must-do. While I can confidently say I’m adventurous, I’m not quite sure yet if I have the guts to jump off thousands of feet from the ground. But my recent discovery, iFly Singapore, offers a ...
  • What Singapore Hostels Offer to Travelers @romancingplanet
    2014.11.12 — As hotels can be a bit pricey in Singapore another accommodation options is available for the thrifty traveler. Here is a list of the six best hostels in Singapore and what they have to offer travelers. Mori Hostel 429 Race Course Road, Singapore 218 ...
  • The Other Side of Singapore @vagabondjourney
    2014.11.12 — “When I think about the nightlife something happens inside my head and I just get really excited,” Tim spoke. I’d just invited him out for a drink and I could see the excited sparkle in his eyes. He was shaking his head no, but som ...
  • Guest post: the Turtle Museum, Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden all in one (Singapore) @oneweirdglobe
    2014.11.11 — One of Singapore’s claims to fame is its green space, with about 10% of the city allotted for parks and nature reserves and plenty of other green to go around. This makes it not only an attractive city, but one where you can find yourself surro ...
  • Hawker Centers in Singapore @vagabondjourney
    2014.11.10 — Singapore is a center-of-the-world kind of place. It sits at the gate of the Strait of Malacca, a layover point where ancient mariners and traders would wait for the monsoons to shift. The place has always been a crossroads of Asia, having the myriad ...