singapore Travel Blogs

  • Rendez-vous with French Cinema - French Film Festival 2014 in Singapore Living in Sin
    2014.11.28 — Hi everyone! As you know, I lived in France a long time and as such have been invited to the kick off of the "Rendez-vouz with French Cinema" which is a French Film Festival in Singapore in its 4th edition. This post is just a quick info sharing post ...
  • Things to see in multicultural Chinatown, Singapore @worldswaiting
    2014.11.27 — Arriving in Singapore’s Chinatown was a stark contrast to the rest of the city. Emerging from the underground system onto Pagoda Street, ultra sleek and modern Singapore seemed miles away. Instead the narrow street was flanked o ...
  • Four Fun To Try Restaurants In Singapore @romancingplanet
    2014.11.26 — Singapore can be a food-lovers delight! Any foodie would tell you to do your homework before visiting a new land so you can try all of the amazing local cuisine. I have done the homework for you and dining out at these restaurants in Singapore can ma ...
  • The Siren Song of Singapore @NatGeo
    2014.11.26 — Even in the most sweltering months of my Singaporean girlhood, the outdoors called to me. I’d clamber onto a bus, flash my school bus card, hope for a window seat and perhaps a whiff of a breeze, and settle in for the stuffy ride east. Densely ...
  • What to Do in Sentosa: Madame Tussauds Singapore @thelostboylloyd
    2014.11.24 — Set in Imbiah Lookout, Madame Tussauds Singapore is the newest attraction to hit Sentosa Island. With branches in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the US, the internationally-renowned wax museum just opened its second in Southeast Asia, and it’s th ...
  • ibis Singapore Novena: Quality Rooms at a Budget-Friendly Hotel @thelostboylloyd
    2014.11.24 — It’s no secret that real estate is expensive in Singapore, and the premium costs are naturally reflected on hotels—that a matchbox-sized room may easily cost as one at a three or four-star elsewhere. Oftentimes, budget travelers are left ...
  • A Delightful Lunch in Singapore with TWG Tea @HotPinkPassport
    2014.11.23 — On one rather rainy afternoon in Singapore, I found myself wandering the iconic Marina Bay Sands ??in need of respite. A light, leisurely lunch perhaps. Luckily for me, my wanderings led me directly to TWG Tea Garden. TWG, a Singapore based “l ...
  • Surprising Singapore @jayneytravels
    2014.11.23 — Last week I spent 5 days in Singapore and my thoughts kept returning to the same phrase – ‘it’s so surprising’. I guess the first surprise is that Singapore certainly warrants a 5 day stay. (Contrary to my previously held igno ...
  • Singapore to Seoul: On Singapore Airlines to Incheon Airport Once Again @travelbytez
    2014.11.23 — Thanks to the Singapore Airlines promotions (again), we were able to get our tickets to South Korea for about S$662 (yeah, lesser than last year!). As mentioned previously, the booking process on the Singapore Airlines website for a return trip is a ...
  • My Favorite Restaurants In Singapore @romancingplanet
    2014.11.22 — Having recently traveled to Singapore, I can attest that the Lion City doesn’t just surpass expectations in terms of the skyline, infrastructure and cleanliness to say the least, but it is also one of the best Asian destinations for world??cuis ...
  • 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 ...