Things to Do in Singapore

Last updated on August 16th, 2017

Singapore football match
Attending a Local Football Match in Singapore
There are some good football fixtures to be watched in Singapore. The real kind of football, at a real stadium,
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Hawker Centres in Singapore
Our Favourite Hawker Centres in Singapore
Hawker centres are open air food courts where family operated stalls offer a variety of local dishes at local (inexpensive)
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Traditional Markets in Singapore
Kampong Glam is filled with interesting and picturesque stores lining Arab, Muscat, Bussorah, Baghdad and Kandahar Streets. Most of them
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Shopping Malls in Singapore
A Guide to Shopping Malls in Singapore
Shopping madness, shopping fever, shopping as a national pastime, shopping as a sport, shopping as a delusion... all hold true
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Multicultural City Walk in Singapore
You don't want to be zipping by some cute shophouse-lined street or pocket-sized temple. Nor do you want to rush
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Kampong Glam Walk in Singapore
Kampong Glam means "Glam Village" in Malay, and the name comes from "Gelam, a variety of Eucalyptus that used to
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Clarke Quay in Singapore
Party Hotspots in Singapore
Singapore is a good place to party. Yuppy folks in their severe work gear hit the many bars, pubs and
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Pulau Ubin
Nature Hotspots in Singapore
Reservoirs and public gardens account for 42% of Singapore's land use, while more than half is built up. At the
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Kampong Glam Mosque in Singapore
Arab Street and Kampong Glam forever!
I keep coming back to the area around Sultan Mosque, also known as Kampong Glam or Arab Street, in Singapore.
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Singapore-Park-Connectors-Map
What are Singapore’s “Park Connectors”?
See, people do use Singapore park connectors: take granny for the evening stroll, let baby try his first steps in
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