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    I recommend having dinner in Clark Quay and wandering around the wharf there, taking a night lantern boat cruise to see the city and spending an afternoon in Chinatown. Oh, trying as many traditional Singaporean dishes as you can! almost 7 years ago

    Answered by Alicia Smith via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Check out marina bay sands, Clark quay, night safari, sentosa, shopping on orchard road, little India, Arab street and etc. almost 7 years ago

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    Thanks a lot!!! almost 7 years ago

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    Must visit Singapore Flyer, the largest Observation Wheel in the world, get to see the panoramic landscape of Singapore and beyond. Also must sample local hawker food at Singapore Food Trail, a 60s theme food street at the Flyer. Lastly at the Flyer, visit the Journey of Dreams (free entry), a multimedia gallery showcasing the history of Singapore. almost 7 years ago

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    The National Museum of Singapore is not to be missed for fascinating exhibits chronicling SG's rich history. Go to the Lau Pa Sat hawker center for lunch, but after 14:00 when weekday crowds start to thin out. almost 7 years ago

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    No broplom almost 7 years ago

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    Hawker's food in Newton Circus are worth to try! almost 7 years ago

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    Remember to visit Sentosa, an island off coast from Singapore. Many entertainment outlets are there. Universal studios, theme parks etc. Visit them during weekdays though it can get really crowded during the weekends almost 7 years ago

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    Science Museum, Jurong Bird Park, Singapore Zoo, these are great places to visit especially with children. Oh & also the Night Safari. Enjoy ! almost 7 years ago

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    I had marvelous time in the SingaZoo and on Sentosa Island. There are many entertainments on that Island. almost 7 years ago

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    The Opera house, architecturally on a parr with Sydney Opera House. Central Singapore, where alot of the sights are in an area quite compact, is worth walking say around down by Clarke Key towards the waterfront, Marina area/Merlin.Try to fit in a boat trip in one of those quirky boat trips on the river.

    Singapore has many manmade attractions such as Sentosa island, best part of that IMHO of what I've seen, is the cable car from the island to the mainland. There is also the Safari Park, the Night Safari and Jurong Bird Park. However if you want to see monkeys in the wild (yes some does exist in Singapore), get a bus to Bukit Timah (Bukit means hill). Scores of monkeys live in the forest however can be quite hard to spot. But it's a different story around 4pm where the monkeys have sussed alot of people are leaving and there will be good pickings. They all descend in a troupe out of the forest and on to the public road leading to the reserve climbing over anything parked and grabbing food off passing motorists (though it's forbidden to feed them). It's really quite a spectacule.

    Of course a visit to Raffles hotel is a must, relax, listen to the piano music & have a Singapore sling. The Botanic Gardens are an oasis of beauty & calm within the city & worth spending a few hours. Think they have a tea room there. Orchard Road is worth a stroll down & Singapore has the longest underground shopping corridor I have ever experienced linking a metro station with another part of the city. It really is an experience.

    Want to get off the tourist trail, grab a bus to Changi Harbour. You'll pass the infamous Changi Prison. From the harbour you can grab a 'tub' out to the nearby island to find a jungle in Singapore and a village. They sometimes have free nature tours there and they drive you through the jungle however getting ankle deep in muck by the seashore wouldn't be everyones cup of tea.

    Singapore is a great spot for day trips into Indonesia and Malaysia. A one day trip to Batam Island or an overnight trip to the more scenic & touristy Bintan Island can be taken. A trip to the fishing village of Kukup or the historical town of Malacca (Meluka) in Malaysia. almost 7 years ago

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    Oh yes Chinatown & its amazing temple is not to be missed. Malay Village in Geylang. Swimming pool at Changi Airport. Take in a performance at the Opera House if you can. almost 7 years ago

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    For boutique shops with interesting local finds try Ann Jiang Hill which is near Maxwell Road (near scarlet hotel) which is also where you'll find the Bourdain approved Hainanese Chicken rice at Tian Tian. almost 7 years ago

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    Have 20 dollar chicken rice in he mandarin oriental off orchard road, lose your shirt in the marina bay sands casino, then go to Holland Village for pre-night beers before going to Arab street for some shisha and then at about 1 am go to Clarke Quay with some friends (get a table) and when it's about 4 am in the morning, go to sentosa beach to cafe del mar or one degree 15 (members) and fall asleep under the stars on one of their beds by the sea. almost 7 years ago

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    If you like reasonable priced local delicacies, there are some items you may like to try:

    1. Teochew Cuisine @ Chin Lee Restaurant Bedok
    2. Teochew Cuisine @ Swa Garden Restaurant Macpherson
    3. Hokkien Cuisine @ Beng Hiang Restaurant Amoy
    4. Dessert Cheng Tng @ Ye Lai Xiang Bedok Camp
    & etc... almost 7 years ago

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