I love Singapore because people there are very nice. You will find the local food very nice. Everything is green and very clean. Local people keep the streets clean.You will find very safe to walk down anywhere. I should not hesitate to accept the fact that Singapore is much cleaner than Delhi. We need to learn many things from this small country.
What do you think of when you think of Singapore?
Singapore is considered as a major transport hub. The Changi Airport connects the west to the rest of Asia, as well as Australasia – and vice versa, with 54.1 million passengers passing through the airport each year. And this airport has been awarded many times for its customer friendly services.
First when I decided to visit Singapore, I had thought to see, taste and immerse myself in Singaporean culture. And O boy, it had been proved a correct decision to explore Singapore and all its delights.
Sand-witched between Malaysia and Indonesia, Singapore is an independent state since 1965. To be honest its a relatively ‘new’ place terms of being a modern city but it retains its rich cultural history. It resembles in its world renowned famous hospitality. You will find a fusion in local cuisine. Singapore cuisine is mix of Chinese, Malay, Indonesian, Japanese and Indian cuisine.
I will highly recommend Singapore to foodies. Buddies! this is one place you must visit.
My flight got into Singapore at around 4:00pm. Temperature was 28C. Our Air conditioned Taxi to our hotel was quick.
I had booked my room at the Shangri-La Hotel on Orange Grove Road, a five-star hotel. I must say they have unmatched service. It has a good space and beautiful gardens.The vast, astonishing, magnificent marble lobby was filled with huge displays of fresh flowers. Old school charm was at its finest.
At gate they presented me with dendrobium orchids. It is considered very pious in Singapore.
As I am a complete foodie, I decided to start my travel experience from traditional street food in Singapore’s hawker centres.
No doubt visiting Singapore’s hawker center was one of the most enjoyable parts of my travel to Singapore.
You will find all kinds of stalls for traditional India, Malay, Indonesian, Chinese and Thai cuisines.
Food is quite cheep. A meal will cost you just 2 to 5 $.
Go for a guided tour of Singapore. You will like it. We were guided to the trendy Yong Siak Street, which is known as hipster Singapore.
We walked on the street’s trendy bookshops, including Books Actually, and coffee shops.
Then we headed to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple near Chinatown.
The magnificent Chinese Buddhist temple is open to the public, and is a fascinating and beautiful place, reminding us just how close to China Singapore is.
And if it’s shopping if you love, head to Bugis Village – a flea market made up of hundreds of different stalls selling everything you could imagine, from jewellery to clothes, but be ready for bargain. Shop till you drop 🙂
Amusement at Sentosa
Go On a Cruise
I hope all info shared by me on Singapore will help you to understand this beautiful country. You should go once at least as it deserves your attention. Believe me. It is an exceptional tourist destination.