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  • 8 Things to do in Singapore with kids + Where to Eat & Sleep @ytravelblog
    2016.02.10 — Today we are excited to share our new found love for Singapore and our tips on things to do in Singapore with kids. To be honest, Singapore has never been on my radar. I had this impression there was nothing much to do, that it was a sterile country ...
  • 10 best Places to visit in Singapore Travelerlust
    2016.02.08 — Sentosa Island If you are planning your trip to Singapore to enjoy the beaches then Sentosa Island should be your first destinations in Singapore to visit.Though there are a lot of Beach attractions in Santosa Island, Siloso Beach is a very good choi ...
  • Things to do at Changi Airport Singapore @desitraveler
    2016.02.08 — Read the original post on desi Traveler - India Travel Blog. Family- Food- Photography Things to do at Changi Airport Singapore What To Do, See, Shop & Eat at??Changi Airport Singapore What is better than reaching your destination? Well for me it ...
  • A Gentleman’s Adventure in Singapore @CalculateTravel
    2016.02.08 — Few places in Asia can compare to Singapore. This once Malay Kingdom turned British trading Mecca has become one of the strongest of the “Asian Tiger” economic success stories of South East Asia. Since I was not alive to meet the Malay ki ...
  • Singapore Food Guide: 10 Must-try Dishes + Where to Eat Them @latinabroad
    2016.02.03 — The Singapore food scene is a spicy reflection of its multicultural heritage. Very much like Malaysia, the island nation has been a world-renowned trade hub for centuries. By the 400s A.D., Arabs, Chinese, Indian, Javanese, and also Malay merchants h ...
  • Deal of the Day: Fly to Bangkok, Manila, or Singapore for Under $250 @cntraveler
    2016.02.02 — Gallery StockWat Arun Temple On The Banks Of The Chao Phraya River In Bangkok, Thailand. Thanks to some mistake fares from Japanese airline ANA, you can score a multi-city Asian vacation this spring for rates as low as $245. The trick to finding one ...
  • Deal of the Day: Fly to Bangkok, Manila, or Singapore for Under $250 @PerrinPost
    2016.02.02 — Gallery StockWat Arun Temple On The Banks Of The Chao Phraya River In Bangkok, Thailand. Thanks to some mistake fares from Japanese airline ANA, you can score a multi-city Asian vacation this spring for rates as low as $245. The trick to finding one ...
  • A Taste of Singapore in London @rexyedventures
    2016.01.31 — Last week I was offered the chance by the Singapore Tourism Board to develop a taste of Singapore in London at their #SingaporeLive event. Deep in the heart of East London at Bethnal Green, the award-wi ...
  • The Great Singapore Escape Plan After New Silk Road Book @vagabondjourney
    2016.01.30 — Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 1: Sitting on a cushy sofa chair with my own personal electrical outlet and a small table next to a big window that looks out on a beautiful scene of planes on the tarmac and trees beyond, good WIFI, and I didnR ...
  • Top 5 Attractions for Adults at Universal Studios Singapore @NevEndingVoyage
    2016.01.29 — I love theme parks. I love eating ice cream to a dramatic film score soundtrack. I love walking through carefully constructed, exquisitely detailed scenes, imagining the hard work that a team of immensely creative people put in to make me feel like I ...
  • Why Go to Singapore & What to Do!! @weblogtheworld
    2016.01.19 — Singapore may be tiny, but it packs a big travel punch. A tiny speck of order in the middle of chaotic Southeast Asia, it’s a city—and a state—of contrasts, constraints and constant stimulation, whether you explore its culture, nat ...
  • DIY Travel: Cross-border commuting from Singapore to Malaysia Two Monkeys Travel
    2016.01.17 — Do you have a day or two to spare for... The post DIY Travel: Cross-border commuting from Singapore to Malaysia appeared first on Two Monkeys Travel Group.
  • Must Visit Places in Singapore It's Lovely Annie
    2016.01.13 — Check out the following places in Singapore and include it in your bucket list: Singapore Flyer The Singapore Flyer is the largest observation wheel within the world. A one-of-a-kind visit and made over a three-level terminal building, the Flyer is a ...
  • Singapore Food Guide: 25 Must-Eat Dishes (& Where to Try Them) @migrationology
    2016.01.12 — If you love to eat, it would be (almost) impossible not to love Singapore. And no one knows Singapore food... The post Singapore Food Guide: 25 Must-Eat Dishes (& Where to Try Them) appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
  • Singapore Food: 25 Dishes To Eat (And Where to Try Them) – Unwritten @migrationology
    2016.01.12 — This is an Unwritten Singapore food guide… And I need your help to write it! I’ve chosen??25 amazing Singapore must-eat... The post Singapore Food: 25 Dishes To Eat (And Where to Try Them) – Unwritten appeared first on Migrationolo ...
  • How To Spend 24 Hours In Singapore @goseewrite
    2016.01.12 — Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write Singapore is like no place else in Southeast Asia. It’s cosmopolitan, glitzy, expensive, and fairly westernized. However, just because it doesn’t fit in ...
  • 10 Reasons to Visit Singapore in 2016 @leavyrdailyhell
    2016.01.12 — Singapore may be tiny, but it packs a big travel punch. A tiny speck of order in the middle of chaotic Southeast Asia, it’s a city—and a state—of contrasts, constraints and constant stimulation, whether you explore its culture, nat ...
  • Visit Singapore Botanic Gardens UNESCO Site @aswesawit
    2016.01.11 — The small island nation of Singapore is well-regarded for its status as a tropical Garden City. Touted as a modern phenomenon, the little red dot is considered as one of the greenest cities in the entire globe. At the core of this success is the Sing ...
  • The Road Ahead: Singapore, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Dubai, Sri Lanka (New Silk Road Travels, Bout 3) @vagabondjourney
    2016.01.08 — I am now getting ready for my third bout of New Silk Road travels. The first two bouts went to China and Kazakhstan, for this one I will be on what has been dubbed the Maritime Silk Road, which is a China-led plan to develop, interconnect, and improv ...