singapore Travel Blogs

  • The Podium Lounge Singapore – The ultimate way to celebrate GP season @irrsponsible
    2014.08.28 — Michelin-Star Dinners, Formula One Drivers, International Celebrities, New York Fashion Designer Shows, Charity Auctions and Top Musical Sensations to hit the Lion City this F1 for The Podium Lounge Singapore Models at The Podium Lounge Melbourne (Ma ...
  • Epicurean Market 2014 Singapore @MalaysiaAsia
    2014.08.27 — The much talked about Epicurean Market 2014 is all set to indulge the palates of food aficionados over a multi-sensory gourmet celebration at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. From 12-14 September, guests can experience award-winning bites from celebrit ...
  • Hello Kitty Flights from Singapore this December @MalaysiaAsia
    2014.08.25 — This December, the much talked about EVA Air Hello Kitty Jet will fly from Singapore to Taiwan to the pleasure of thousands of Hello Kitty fans in the region. Are you a Kitty fan? Then what are you waiting for? Go make that booking now as EVA Air has ...
  • Regent Singapore, A Four Seasons Hotel – Home Away from Home @TravelnBeyond
    2014.08.22 — The multi award winning Regent Singapore is located on Cuscaden Road – central to the business district, the tranquil Botanical Gardens and a minutes’ walk away from Orchard Road, the city’s most exclusive shopping and entertainment ...
  • Travelling to Singapore? Read This @themaidenvoyage
    2014.08.21 — Singapore is high on the list of many people’s must-see destinations. Little wonder too. Singapore manages to capture the traditional and the modern in a truly unique way. If you are eager to learn more about Singapore and what you can do on yo ...
  • The Irresponsible Guide To: The Singapore Grand Prix 2014 @irrsponsible
    2014.08.20 — It’s one of the most exciting events on the planet. A new-world waterside city with its skyscrapers’ lit up with animated patterns. At the base of it all a bright illuminated line snakes its way around the city streets, containing ??the f ...
  • Singapore @tamariskrtw
    2014.08.16 — It’s time to talk about a subject that’s a bit ugly, but an important one if you’re into the kind of things we do. That subject is crime, and specifically its sub-category: scams. If you grow up in a nice western ...
  • Highlights of Little India, Singapore @worldswaiting
    2014.08.14 —   Singapore’s colourful Little India can seem like a chaotic attack on the senses with bursts of colour, noise and fragrance greeting you around each corner. This vibrancy is key to the area’s identity, making it feel ...
  • A Fun (??) Day Out at Alive Museum (Singapore) @travelbytez
    2014.08.11 — Alive Museum (Singapore) Alive Museum, previously known as Trick Art Museum, is one of (South) Korea’s biggest chains of illusionary museum which incorporates 2/3D artworks set in different angles to create interesting 3D visual illusions; of ...
  • Top 10 Things to do in Singapore @corinnevail
    2014.08.11 — The Asian City-state That Has it All The city-state of Singapore is a fascinating mix of an old Victorian English territory and the mix of ethnic??peoples that have lived there for centuries.?? Not only does the architecture reflect this, but so does ...
  • Flight Review – Singapore Airlines Adelaide to London return (Singapore stop-over) @TravellingKing1
    2014.08.10 — Adelaide to Singapore Flight time: 7 hours 20 minutes Plane type – Airbus A330-300 Seat: 48A Exit row Check in: Check in at the Sinagpire Airlines desk (near the Virgin airlines??part of the airport)??was quick with no lines in sight, the servi ...
  • Why Do Backpackers Hate Singapore? @boutiquebangkok
    2014.08.09 — Something I find with backpackers and travellers in Southeast Asia is their mutual dislike for Singapore. While I do, in parts, understand their reasoning I at the same time feel they are the wrong reasons. Much of their dislike towards Singapore is ...
  • Follow-up to Singapore KrisFlyer Awards – Examples @nwlb13
    2014.08.07 — Introduction Yesterday, I posted about using Singapore’s KrisFlyer miles from Singapore, and how many great options there are. Reader @Sanaial posed a great question: @tmount the most confusing part is the variability of out-pocket costs with a ...
  • Leveraging Singapore’s Krisflyer program from Singapore @nwlb13
    2014.08.06 — Introduction Yesterday, I looked at some hotel choices??that looked pretty nice in Southeast Asia, now I just have to identify options for getting around. Since I’ll be flying into and out of Singapore, the logical choice is using SingaporeR ...
  • Big Hotel Singapore – Modern, Chic and Centrally Located @TravelnBeyond
    2014.08.03 — Anytime someone thinks or mentions the word “big” the first thoughts that come to mind is well, something that is big in size. My first stay in the year old property, BIG Hotel, may not exactly be big in size, but it sure is big in comfo ...
  • Monday Photo: Singapore @WorkingTravellr
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  • Sipping on a Singapore Sling at the Raffles Hotel @corinnevail
    2014.07.28 — An iconic tourist must-do or a colossal waste of money? ??You decide. Growing up, I read volumes about the British Empire where the heroes were shipped overseas to some exotic location, made to work in the hot sun, and sometimes even learned to appr ...
  • Singapore and Food: Made for each other!! @beontheroad
    2014.07.23 — Did you know that Singapore has a food culture that is deep-rooted in all of its denizens? Well, even if you didn’t know, it will not take long for you to figure that out once you arrive in Singapore as you will see this frenzied food culture e ...
  • Cheapest And Yummiest Places To Dine Out In Singapore For $10 A Day @AgnessTramp
    2014.07.21 — When in Singapore, you will quickly realize that travelling here on the cheap is not that easy. It’s not Thailand or Cambodia where you can spend $1-$3 on your accommodation and dine out for $3 (including alcoholic drinks). No wonder, why Singa ...
  • Singapore River Cruise: Get a different perspective @beontheroad
    2014.07.21 — Singapore might be a bustling and busy business empire of the world, but even in this happening metropolis, you can get an old world colonial charm and at a much more leisurely pace. Surprised? Well, you will not be surprised anymore when you climb o ...