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    I stopover for two nights in Singapore on my way to Europe next month. Where should I stay?

    Hi.. check out the last minutes deals on Singapore hotel. :) Book up to 28 days in advance. http://www.mytourpal.com/hotelListing/Singapore/Singapore/ almost 9 years ago

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    Some exitement and theme park ( not universal, because its for kids)

    Try wild wild wet and escape theme park.. they are both at downtown east (pasir ris).. and they are next to each other... http://www.mytourpal.com/hotelListing/Singapore/Singapore/ almost 10 years ago

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    Where to shop for cheap (but fashionable) shirts in Singapore?

    cheap and fashionable is so subjective :) But not the orchard road and city.. the stuffs there are higher end of the price but they are fashionable. Try some neighbourhood areas... like Toa Payoh, Tampines etc about 9 years ago

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    Its been a while since we did a stopover in Singapore, anyone got any suggestions of places that would great to stay with kids?

    For a short stopover, there's a hotel (Crowne plaza Changi Airport Hotel) right at Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 3. There's so much to see, shop and play at the 3 terminals. For somewhere out of the airport. I'd suggest Changi Village Hotel.. it's close to airport and at a rustic and most "village feel" part in Singapore, it's also a food haven for Singaporeans. Otherwise downtown Orchard road where there's huge shopping mall is also a safe choice. http://www.mytourpal.com/lastMinuteHotels/Crowne_Plaza_Hotel_Changi_Airport.htm http://www.mytourpal.com/lastMinuteHotels/Changi_Village_Hotel_Singapore.htm over 9 years ago

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    Where are the best electronic stores in Singapore?

    A cheap and popular place to get electronics is Mustafa Shopping Center at Serangoon. But you said "best", is cheap best? There're other big electronic store like Harvey Norman, Best Denki, Courts etc. For computers stuff, go to Funan Digital Mall or Sim Lim square Hey.. check this out: http://www.mytourpal.com/hotelListing/Singapore/Singapore over 9 years ago

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    Where are the best places to eat in Singapore?

    wow... Singapore has the best places to eat in the world.. trust me... Let me sum it up for you. Hawker centres - no frills and cheap, usually no air-con. You order your food and self-service the food to your table. In a crowded hawker centres, you can "reserved" a seat by placing packet of tissue paper/umbrella on the table just like the locals do. Best place because you can order ALOT with little money. The favourite is Newton and East Coast Park food centre Food court - no frills and slightly more expensive than hawker centres. Usually located in Shopping Malls, will have air-con. Works the same as hawker centres. Restaurants - there are cheap to high-end fine dining. I guess there's no need to explain this ? Buffet in hotels - there're ala-carte buffet whereby you order from buffet menu and the food will be served to you. Or there will be typical buffet style with food stations whereby you can go and pick up the food you want to eat. The best hotel buffet in Singapore in The Line in Shangri-la and it's not cheap. Singapore hotels: http://www.mytourpal.com/hotellisting/singapore/singapore/ over 9 years ago

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    What's the best way to kill time at Changi Airport (Singapore) for 3 hours?

    There're 3 terminals in Changi airport all connected by sky trains, so plenty of shops to explore. If shopping is not your cup of tea, cafes are all around the airport too. Hey check this out: http://www.changiairport.com/in-transit/recommended-transfer-experiences http://www.mytourpal.com/hotelListing/Singapore/Singapore/ almost 10 years ago

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    Anyone stayed in the new hotels associated with Universal Studios.

    Hard Rock hotel is nice with room enough sleeping area for couple and three young kids. You get a king bed, pull out bed and a sofa cum bed. The price is quite expensive however you dun need to pay for extra bed unlike standard hotels. The pool is huge and superb with manmade sand lagoon, jacuzzi, lap pool. Festive hotel has similar offerings for the rooms. Nevertheless, just some suggestion, check out the last minute Singapore hotels here. http://www.mytourpal.com/hotelListing/Singapore/Singapore/ :) about 10 years ago