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Bhudda Tooth Relic Temple Chinatown Singapore

Complete with a Buddhist art and artifact museum, the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is based on a Tang Dynasty design.

Photograph by Gnarfgnarf

 

Singapore Walks

Walk???

In this heat? In this rain? I mean, isn't that too SLOW?

If you think Singapore does not walk, but runs, think again.

You don't want to be zipping by some cute shophouse-lined street or pocket-sized temple. Nor do you want to rush by the tucked-away shop with great deals and miss out on spending time with the locals chilling and filling up on yummy hawker centre snacks.

So get out your most stylo-mylo comfy shoes, grab an umbrella to shield you from the sun or the rain, and get WALKING!

 

WALKING TOUR 1: KAMPONG GLAM (2.5 km)

WALKING TOUR 2: MULTICULTURAL CITY (2 km)

 

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Land Reclamation

As one of the smallest and most densely populated nations in the world, Singapore is running out of space. Land reclamation in Singapore dates back to the XIXth century. Since its independence, the island has grown from 582 to 710 square kilometres. By 2030, Singapore plans to add 70 square kilometres, a 30% expansion seawards since the 1960s. >>