Nightclubs are open all night, and there are concerts and stage shows at nightspots. Check with your hotel reception for the various activities available. There will definitely be one to suit your interest and taste. Enjoy and have a memorable time in our little city. about 9 years ago
Oh yes, these places you must not miss as they are not available in Kathmandu, Nepal: the Singapore Flyer (similar to the London Eye, only taller); Sentosa UnderwaterWorld where you can observe fishes swimming in its natural habitat while you are in a glass tunnel; Marina Bay Casinos and Theme Park ( our latest and most elaborate entertainment center,); Little India and Chinatown, ( like nothing you have ever seen before); the Botanic Gardens Orchid Sanctuary, boasting the largest variety of orchids here in Asia beside Kew Gardens in London; sentosa island, East Coast Park and Pasir Ris park where you can enjoy fresh sea breeze and watch large tankers and ocean liners going by; try going up to the top of M ( 72 stories above street level) at the Westin Hotel ( the houses in Nepal seldom exceed three stories).
Have an enjoyable stay here.
Malai Nepali maan parche. about 9 years ago
Ah yes, there is this Singapore Food Fare featuring many varieties of local and foreign dishes, at Suntec City from now till 11th Sept. 2011 from 11am till 10 pm daily;
the philharmonic orchestra at Vivocity amphitheater today at 5pm admission free; China's Anhui Opera performance at Esplanade Theatre today at 8pm; Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra at the same venue ( Monday & Tuesday) at 7:30pm; China crisis at Hard Rock Cafe, Resort World Sentosa Friday at 8pm; "All My Sons", a play at DBS Arts Center, Robertson Quay next Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7:30pm; Singapore Symphony Orchestra performing at Esplanade on Friday at 7:30pm; Cantonese Opera at same venue on Saturday 7:30pm.
Coming attractions: Harmonies Of The Season, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Asian Jazz Quartet, West life,Vienna Boys Choir, Sesame Street Live, Kit Chan in concert, the adventures of the Mad Chinaman, Rays of Hope Charity Concert. (check our local newspapers for their performance dates and prices). Enjoy! about 9 years ago
You must have returned to your country Nepal by the time you read this. Do tell us what you saw in Singapore and what you did and enjoyed. This is to enable us Singaporeans to recommend places tourist like yourself likes. Any comments whether good or otherwise welcomed.
Namaste! about 9 years ago