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  • Staying Boutique in the Historic China Town of Singapore – The Naumi Liora @theworldorbust
    2015.03.03 — I had the pleasure of spending one night at the Naumi Liora Hotel this past week in the historic China Town neighborhood of Singapore. In a city that’s more famous for its gleaming skyscrapers and contemporary architecture, the Naumi Liora resp ...
  • Singapore's Best Sweets: With Celebrity Dessert Chef Janice Wong @huffposttravel
    2015.03.02 — Dessert chef Janice Wong - named Asia's Best Pastry Chef, in the World's 50 Best Restaurants awards - gives us her insider tips on how to satisfy your sweet tooth in Singapore. With Singapore's fusion of cultures, its diverse cuisine is a reflecti ...
  • At IKEA Singapore On Saturday @reanaclaire
    2015.03.02 — On Saturday we entered into Singapore again, this time my son drove in. Since it is a weekend, there is no VEP charge... *oh, don't ask me what VEP is, I just repeat what I heard*  But of course, there would be other charges other than that, on ...
  • River Hongbao – Chinese New Year Singapore @irrsponsible
    2015.03.02 — Like in much of Asia, Chinese New Year is a special time in Singapore. Dancing Lions and drummers come to visit homes and work places, people give gifts of mandarins and also the most, the cash filled red packets known as Hongbao. In Singapore the sp ...
  • A Day Trip From JB To Singapore JEM @reanaclaire
    2015.03.01 — Aaron took one day off to "teach" us how to take the causeway bus from our area to Singapore...  The bus comes in every fifteen minutes from Giant Supermarket, very convenient and it cost only RM5 for one way.  It was around 11.30am when we ...
  • Freedom in Singapore lah @wesaidgotravel
    2015.02.28 —   Eight years ago, I met my first love his name was freedom. I was already gritting myself on cultured life of corporate world, the first 3 years was intense. I was most afraid of losing my job, even though I’m not earning as good as I w ...
  • The Many Sides of Singapore: Customizing Your Visit to Suit Your Tastes @willpeach
    2015.02.27 — Singapore is a many-faceted city with everything from rustic retreats to chic modern attractions. Center your vacation around the right neighborhood and you may spend your entire stay exploring theme parks and sparkling beaches. Head to another area ...
  • My MARINA MANDARIN Singapore Experience @MandarinMarina @antondiaz
    2015.02.24 — MARINA MANDARIN is a five star luxury hotel in Singapore with an impressive view of Marina Bay. It's an ideal location when watching shows in Esplanade, attending conventions at Suntec, or hearing the roars of the F1 cars during the  ...
  • GARDENS BY THE BAY Singapore: What's the Best Way to Explore the Gardens? @VisitSingapore @antondiaz
    2015.02.22 — Singapore's Gardens by the Bay is an award-winning urban landscaped garden featuring two cooled conservatories and the Super Tree Grove.  GARDENS BY THE BAY18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953Facebook: Gardens by the Bay Te ...
  • 10 Interesting Facts About Singapore @icoSnap
    2015.02.22 — 10 Interesting Facts About Singapore: 1.?? Singapore is a city-state and a country. 2.?? Singapore means lion city from the Malay word Singapura. 3.?? There are over 5.4 million people living in Singapore. 4.?? Singapore is one of the smallest count ...
  • Exploring Singapore: Summary @tolovetolive
    2015.02.22 — In our Exploring Singapore series of posts, we’ve explored a number of the many opportunities that a visit to Singapore has to offer. Based on our time here, these are our recommendations and suggestions for inclusion in your future visit plan ...
  • Exploring Singapore: Chinatown @tolovetolive
    2015.02.22 — As we are currently making our way to China (via SE Asia) for a 6 month teaching internship it seemed like a good idea to visit this area of Singapore to find out more about the culture we were about to immerse ourselves in. The Chinese also make up ...
  • Singapore- City Break: Summary @tolovetolive
    2015.02.22 — In our Exploring Singapore series of posts, we’ve explored a number of the many opportunities that a visit to Singapore has to offer. Based on our time here, these are our recommendations and suggestions for inclusion in your future visit plan ...
  • 48 Hours in Singapore @Travelojos
    2015.02.21 —   Are you, a friend or your family traveling the world together by just living out of your backpacks? Have you quickly realized that you’re willing to spend a bit more money on the finer things during your trip? Well fret not, our 48 hours ...
  • Is Dubai the Singapore of the Middle East? @thedromomaniac
    2015.02.18 —      Let’s start with a bad photo taken through glass, bad photos being my specialty nowadays:      My third time in Dubai! The first time I met a Slovenian ski instructor who worked here at Ski ...
  • Exploring Singapore: Little India @tolovetolive
    2015.02.18 — As one of the many significant ethnic groups that came to Singapore during the British colonial era, the Indian community has a smaller but no less important presence just North of Bugis. As one of the last stops in our Exploring Singapore visit, we ...
  • Flight Review: Tigerair (Singapore-Manila) @thelostboylloyd
    2015.02.16 — It offers one of the most affordable ways to fly from Manila to Singapore, and it is the single foreign carrier that operates the most routes into the Philippines. Tigerair, a low-cost carrier based in Singapore, has been flying for years in the coun ...
  • Singapore Airlines to Reduce Fuel Surcharges @frugaltravelguy
    2015.02.13 — There are about four or five airlines which you can call the “best in the world” and no one would look at you funny. Singapore Airlines is certainly one of these airlines. Their premium cabin products are second to none and even their eco ...
  • Exploring Singapore: Escape to the country? @tolovetolive
    2015.02.13 — It may sound strange when Exploring Singapore but the amazing green spaces within this city deserve a mention as an alternative and free activity to undertake when you want a small escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. We opted to visit Ma ...