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  • Have Lunch at a Hawker Center in Singapore @BucketListJrny
    2015.01.24 — Dining in Singapore can get really expensive, really qu […] The post Have Lunch at a Hawker Center in Singapore appeared first on Bucket List Journey: Travel, Adventure & Life Lists.
  • Singapore to Seoul and back! (Korean Air) @travelbytez
    2015.01.24 — Getting to Seoul from Singapore Thanks to Citibank's credit card promotion,?? our (return) tickets to Seoul were S$758! Considering that the usual price (for a direct flight) is (about) S$900++ (on Korean Airlines), and the fact that there was ...
  • 7 of the Best Things to Do in Singapore… @insidetravellab
    2015.01.22 — ….or why Singapore is hardly sterile According to many, Singapore is too sterile. That’s what folk kept telling me, anyway, as my time in the micro-country approached. Sterile, serious and sombre with death penalty threats thrown around ...
  • Top 10 Fun and Free Things to Do in Singapore http://www.travelwkly.com/feed
    2015.01.20 — Singapore is known as the Garden city and is a beautiful stopover to spend your vacations. It is known as one of the world’s most prosperous countries with good shopping places, tasty food and a lively night-life. There are many places worth wa ...
  • Business Class review of Singapore Airlines – Guangzhou to Singapore @TravellingKing1
    2015.01.14 — Flight review of Guangzhou to Singapore Flight time: approx 4 hours Plane type: Boeing 777-200ER Seats: 11H & 11K Check in: Check in was quick and easy, we got to go through the skip the line which was nice as there was a nice long line. There wa ...
  • The Peranakan of Singapore @SophieR
    2015.01.14 — I’m writing this in the lobby of the wonderfully quirky Kam Leng hotel in Singapore, a country where I’ve been many times. It has always been a favourite stopover of ours, on the way to Australia or New Zealand or Bali. But for the very ...
  • Early Morning Views from Singapore @TravelinJones
    2015.01.13 — When you travel to a time zone that’s 14 hours ahead of your home time zone, you will, most likely, suffer some jet lag symptoms. For our trip to Singapore in late December, we were wide awake at 4:30 am. ??We’d try to go back to sleep, a ...
  • Singapore Expat Banking @wobbanks
    2015.01.13 — Expats Banks in Singapore offering services to expats. Singapore expat banking with procedures and requirements for opening an expat bank account for individuals moving to Singapore.
  • A Return Visit to the Conrad Centennial Hotel in Singapore @TravelinJones
    2015.01.12 — We loved the Conrad Centennial Hotel during a stay in March, 2014. Would another stay in late December be as wonderful? On this trip, we were staying for three nights prior to our 14-Day Asian Holiday cruise.??We??arrived very late (actually in the v ...
  • A Flight Problem but We Got to Singapore via United First Class @TravelinJones
    2015.01.12 — This delayed flight story that??ends well. When we were flying from Kansas City to Singapore in late December to catch our Asian Holiday cruise, we had arranged frequent flier tickets that we were very excited about: Fly Kansas City to Denver on Un ...
  • 9 Most Popular Places to Eat in Singapore http://www.travelwkly.com/feed
    2015.01.12 — Singapore is a country with a large variety of best cuisines from around the world as Singaporeans are true food lovers. Singapore Food Festival is a popular festival held every year in July, and every tourist keeps an eye on it to enjoy the quality ...
  • Things I will miss about Singapore and what I am looking forward to in Nice Living in Sin
    2015.01.12 — As I am in that in between moment in the middle of quotes for removal companies and planning flights etc, I wanted to take a second to take stock and look back at what I will miss. What would you miss and what would you look forward to about heading ...
  • ICYMI – Airport shooting, free $10, not buying mistake fares, Singapore Suites destinations, stay at home mom income, and @PointsWithACrew
    2015.01.12 — Never miss a post! Sign up now! to receive our once-daily email with the latest tips and tricks on how to travel for free / cheap. One email per day and no spam, ever Things have been hot and heavy here at Points With a Crew this week.?? In case y ...
  • New resource page for Singapore Airlines Suites Class destinations @PointsWithACrew
    2015.01.11 — Never miss a post! Sign up now! to receive our once-daily email with the latest tips and tricks on how to travel for free / cheap. One email per day and no spam, ever I have compiled a series of resource pages that I am compiling and keeping up to ...
  • The tale of Singapore’s two toy museums – one big, one small, both worthwhile @oneweirdglobe
    2015.01.11 — See the toys your parents and grandparents might have played with. Yeah, I’m a big fan of toy museums. Been to two in Thailand (see the Million Toy Museum in Ayutthaya, the??Batcat Museum in Bangkok, and there were quite a few in the??House of ...
  • Travel Detective Blog: Singapore 50 Years After Independence @petergreenberg
    2015.01.10 — Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Travel Detective Blog: Singapore 50 Years After IndependenceThe Republic of Singapore is a sovereign city-state with a unique history. Located on the Malaysian Peninsula, Singapore was once a British c ...
  • 2-Day Tour to Visit Best Places in Singapore http://www.travelwkly.com/feed
    2015.01.10 — Singapore is a beautiful Garden City that makes a great break in your trip and is recognized as one of the world’s prosperous country. Most people come to Singapore by air for the exposure of business and work for short day tours. Changi Airpor ...
  • Cruise from Singapore to Hong Kong @Author_Stuart
    2015.01.07 — Speaking on a cruise ship is an exciting way to travel, to meet new people, to experience new adventures, and to try new foods. Of course, there are the presentations to give, but I don’t really consider that to be “work.” [NOTE: It ...